• Posts Tagged ‘Politics’

    What is Wrong in State Politics, Harvey Santana

    by  • August 4, 2014 • Contributors

    By Henry Teutsch In one week the citizens of Michigan will vote on a range of local and statewide topics and for people hoping to be elected to public office. Each election is supposed to offer a chance to choose leaders or representatives that can perform better than those they are replacing. The elelections is [...]

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    What is Wrong in State Politics, John Olumba

    by  • August 4, 2014 • Contributors

    By Henry Teutsch In one week the citizens of Michigan will vote on a range of local and statewide topics and for people hoping to be elected to public office. Each election is supposed to offer a chance to choose leaders or representatives that can perform better or as good as those they are replacing. [...]

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    PA 4 is Suspended, Long Live Emergency Managers

    by  • August 20, 2012 • Government, Politics

    Michigan August 8, 2012 Michigan Public Act 4(PA4), the unconstitutional dictator government law is officially suspended. The Michigan Board of State Canvassers approved a vote on the law for the state’s November ballot. All persons appointed under this law are now out of a job until at least November when the voters can decide whether [...]

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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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    Is there a Public Act 4 Conspiracy?

    by  • August 14, 2012 • Contributors

    Detroit, Michigan Why does the president of the DFT, Detroit Federation Of Teachers (union), seek to negotiate with a person who is no longer holding a position that can negotiate for the Detroit Public Schools? Keith Johnson, the DFT president, stated that he wanted to work with Roy Roberts, the former state appointed emergency manager, [...]

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