1968? 1920? 1932? Which Election Year Is It? By Bill Scher Real Clear Politics/Commentary June 15, 2020 AP Photo, File According to the logic of punditry, history repeats itself, so every presidential election year must resemble a previous presidential election year. And the 2020 general election campaign is already being shaped by several colossal events—including […]
6/12/20 How are schools preparing for a fall opening and how do schools talk about Black Lives Matter? A discussion with Ingham County Intermediate School District Superintendent Jason Mellema. Partners with www.DeadlineDetroit.com.
HBO’s ‘Gone’ Girl: How Hattie Blazed a Path for Black Actors By Carl M. Cannon Real Clear Politics June 11, 2020 Didn’t HBO pick an odd day to go all Taliban on us by removing “Gone With the Wind” from its platform? Yesterday, you see, was Hattie McDaniel’s birthday. I’ve previously written about the great […]
Campus War on Free Speech Spreads to U.S. Newsrooms By Mark Hemingway Real Clear Politics/Commentary June 9, 2020 AP Photo/Lisa Rathke Two weeks ago, if you’d asked what American institution was most intolerant of dissenting opinion, preoccupied with promoting radical ideology, and prone to erupting into disruptive temper tantrums, the answer would have been […]
by Michael Cook SPIKE/Politics USA June 8, 2020 If you can remember that long ago, there was a time when the only protesters defying the Covid-19 lockdowns in the United States were small crowds of roughnecks from flyover country, waving flags and brandishing placards at state capitals. Nonetheless, small incidents like this still outraged politicians […]
Mitch Albom: Sports teams have big plans to play — except in Detroit by Mitch Albom, Detroit Free Press June 8, 2020 With most of the country slowly reopening, let’s check in on sports. An American spring is usually overwhelmed with basketball and hockey playoffs, the Masters, the French Open, MLB’s regular season and NFL […]
Dennis Denno interviews LaMar Lemmons, who is a former MI state Representative, former Chair of the Detroit Public School Board, and current Chief of Staff for State Senator Betty Jean Alexander. They have an open and honest conversation about race, education, and politics in America. Partners with www.DeadlineDetroit.com.
RNC spokesperson: We shouldn’t have to compromise election security to vote in November by Liz Harrington CNN Television/Opinion June 4, 2020 Liz Harrington is the national spokesperson for the Republican National Committee. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely her own. View more opinion articles on CNN. (CNN) Democrats keep presenting Americans with a […]