What The Debate Was All About By Sean Trende Real Clear Politics Analysis September 30, 2020 If you’re like me, you enjoy presidential debates for the memorable lines, the zingers, and watching two politicians talented enough to win the nomination of their parties debate the future of the country. If you’re like me, two other […]
SEN. TED CRUZ (R-TX) COMPARES PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE WITH DETROIT PISTONS BAD BOYS by Kirkland Crawford Detroit Free Press Sept. 30, 2020 Tuesday’s presidential debate certainly was something, eh? After the first of three scheduled square offs between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden, political pundits were searching for the right words to […]
Trump’s Night: The Return of the Chaos Candidate By Philip Wegmann Real Clear Politics Analysis September 30, 2020 Donald Trump never liked the nickname. Back when he was a New Yorker and a newly minted Republican and generally considered a political oddity, Jeb Bush branded him on live television. According to the former Florida governor, Trump was “the chaos candidate.” It fit then, and it […]
COULD THE STATE LEGISLATURES IN MICHIGAN, PENNSYLVANIA, WISCONSIN, FLORIDA, NORTH CAROLINA, AND ARIZONA SELECT THEIR STATES’ ELECTORS FOR PRESIDENT, OVERRIDING THE ELECTION RESULTS HELD ON NOVEMBER 3? A U.S. SUPREME COURT DECISION ON AN HISTORIC MICHIGAN CASE BACK IN 1892 MAY HOLD THE KEY! A recent article in The Atlantic magazine raised the question of […]
Lost in the shuffle in this most tumultuous political year so far in the 21st Century is a package of bills in the Michigan Legislature that appear to be on a fast-track to quick passage, with bipartisan support. They involve recommendations from the Governor’s Joint Task Force on Jail and Pretrial Detention, including elimination of […]
9/22/20 Friday Morning Podcast has an exclusive interview with former Democratic state Senator Virgil Smith, where he talks about his time in the Senate and in prison, and also talks education and insurance policy. Partners with www.DeadlineDetroit.com.
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies, setting up nomination fight Richard Wolf USA TODAY Sept. 19, 2020 WASHINGTON – Supreme Court Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died Friday evening, giving President Donald Trump and Senate Republicans a rare opportunity to solidify conservative control of the court, perhaps for decades to come. Ginsburg, 87 and in failing […]
Ginsburg death opens complex partisan chessboard affected by timeline, COVID-19, election “You had to know 2020 was going to end with an election that could be decided by a Supreme Court capable of a split 4-4 decision,” tweeted Catholic University professor C.C. Pecknold. Supreme Court exterior By Carrie Sheffield JUST THE NEWS Sept. 19, 2020 The death […]