Three Republicans in running for GOP nomination to replace U.S. Rep. Paul Mitchell by Todd Spangler, Detroit Free Press July 25, 2020 Nothing’s ever certain in politics. But it’s exceedingly likely that whoever wins the Republican nomination on Aug. 4 in Michigan’s 10th Congressional District is going to be heading to the nation’s Capitol next January. […]
Sparks fly between Tlaib, Jones in heated Democratic congressional rematch by Melissa Nann Burke and Christine Ferretti, The Detroit News July 23, 2020 A high-stakes rematch is taking shape in Wayne County for the Democratic primary for Congress, where U.S. Rep. Rashida Tlaib is defending her seat against a challenge by Detroit City Council President […]
7/24/20 Interview with Michigan State University (MSU) Board of Trustee member Brian Mosallam. He talks about MSU’s culture, his re-election prospects, and whether we will have college football this fall. Partners with www.deadlinedetroit.com.
In race to replace Amash, Meijer may have edge but he’s got competition by Todd Spangler, Detroit Free Press July 23, 2020 For all their business successes, the big family names of west Michigan — the DeVoses, the Strykers, the Van Andels — haven’t themselves won too many elections when their names were on the ballot. That […]
7/17/20 Great interview with Casandra Ulbrich, President of the MI State Board of Education. Will schools reopen, why is AG Nessel suing the Trump administration, and how you and your dog can become a volunteer search and rescue team. Partners with www.DeadlineDetroit.com. Sorry for the poor sound quality of the interview.
Bush-era neocons put their weight behind Biden. And that can mean only one thing. Peter Bolton The Canary July 17, 2020 Earlier this year, former vice president Joe Biden effectively won the Democratic Party primary contest. As The Canary has previously argued, his victory is nothing to celebrate given that his progressive credentials are […]
Why New York Times praises ‘cancel culture’ but skips over its own racist history: Goodwin By Michael Goodwin New York Post/Opinion July 12, 2020 More from: Michael Goodwin In a recent article about Mount Rushmore, The New York Times said of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln and Teddy Roosevelt that “each of these […]
A Declaration of Independence by a Princeton Professor by Joshua T. Katz Princeton University Professor of Classics Quillette July 10, 2020 In Congress, on July 4th, 1776, came the “unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united States of America.” Signed by 56 men, many of whom were considered national heroes just a few minutes ago, it […]