• Politics

    Finding a Better Way on Voting

    by  • August 5, 2014 • Government, People, Politics

    The Free Press editorial board thinks that voter participation is too low and that something needs to be done to allow or inspire more voters to vote. This is not a new discussion. The Free Press editorial board should know based on the past twenty years (and more) of advocacy, research and proposals to every […]

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    Right 2 Work – Just Another Part of the Plan

    by  • December 11, 2012 • Contributors, Politics

    The Michigan Republican Party is pushing Right to Work legislation. Multiple reports and individuals in the labor organizations have said that republican Governor Rick Snyder had said that he did not support this type of legislation or economic policy. This is now being reported as a change of mind, or an about face, by the […]

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    Did General Petraeus and the CIA try to setup President Obama with Ambassador Rice after the attack in Libya?

    by  • December 7, 2012 • Contributors, Obama 2012

    Recently a tape was released, or discovered, by famed reporter Bob Woodward and the Washington Post. On this tape a person who worked or the head of Fox News, Roger Ailes is attempting to recruit the general to run for president against President Obama. This meeting occurred shortly before Patraeus was appointed to run the […]

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    What does Detroit need in a Mayor

    by  • August 22, 2012 • News, Politics

      Detroit will have a new mayor in 2014. Dave Bing does not seem able to seek another term in office. If he decides to run again, his relationship with the people of Detroit is over. He has no good will and would be easily beaten. Therefore many have engaged in the common speculation of […]

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