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    The Detroit NEWS Quota System

    by  • December 5, 2012 • Contributors, People

     How many articles per week are needed to sell a paper and how many of those articles should focus on problems in Detroit?   Rochelle Riley, (writer for the freep.com) has written another one of her pointless columns that is presented as news by the media in and around Detroit. Her column presents a recurring [...]

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    Warfield’s War on Detroit Residents

    by  • August 15, 2012 • Detroit, People

    Do you live in Detroit? The reverend Jerome Warfield wants to raise your taxes. Warfield is a Detroit police commissioner who is using the horrific occurrences of gun violence in an attempt to persuade public opinion. A man of God using fear tactics against the average citizen. Does he conduct his church business in this [...]

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    What Message did Brian Dickerson Send?

    by  • March 9, 2012 • News, People

    Brian Dickerson, columnist for the free press, wrote a column on the recent vote in Troy (Michigan) to reject federal funding and not build a transit station. The column, “In Troy, an all too familiar fear of the other” December 22, 2011. It’s a critical article against the Troy government elected persons who voted against the transit center and Detroit City Councilwoman JoAnn Watson who had nothing to do with the vote and nothing to do with the issue.

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    Business 101 Case Studies

    by  • October 25, 2011 • Business, Contributors, People

    By David Rambeau

    Returning Phone Calls

    Recently I was walking on Congress Street after picking up some copies of the Detroit Black Pages to distribute and encountered a prospect I had talked with
    several times about producing a segment for our show, For My People. I had referred him to one of our producers to implement the cooperative opportunity.

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    Proposed Charter, More Reasons to Vote NO

    by  • September 15, 2011 • Articles on the Proposed Charter for the City of Detroit, Government, Our Rights, People, Politics

    Why Vote NO?

    Regionalization

    Proposed Charter creates Regionalization. [Sec. 9-405, proposed charter] mandates an elimination of redundancy and includes cooperative agreements with other governments and government entities. This will lead to the loss of DDOT, the water department and possibly the Lighting Department.

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