Is Al Sharpton coming back to Detroit like he promised?
/ June 19, 2013 0 COMMENTS

This weekend here in Detroit will mark the 50th anniversary of the date when Dr. Martin Luther King previewed his famous “I Have a Dream” speech right here in the Motor City at Cobo Hall. I’m sure there will be plenty of good speeches and all that, but the one thing I would like to…

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Still self-employed, and wouldn’t change a thing
/ June 18, 2013 0 COMMENTS

  So it’s been close to two years now since I lost my good government job. Laid off. Walked into work on a Monday morning, got the call that the boss wanted to see me, and that’s when he said to take a seat. After the formal apology that he wished he didn’t have to…

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L’il Joey Heck proves the fruit don’t fall far from the rotten tree
/ June 13, 2013 0 COMMENTS

Monkey see, monkey do. When your dad acts like a fool, there’s a good chance you may act like one too. Such appears to be the case with Nevada Congressman Joe Heck, whose son has been attracting an undue amount of attention recently for the rather steady stream of racist commentary he has been disseminating…

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I’m not a bigot, I just think bigots should be protected
/ June 13, 2013 0 COMMENTS

What struck me as humorous in this particular story were the words “struggle” and “wrestling”. From MLive: Michigan House Speaker Jase Bolger says he hasn’t decided how to proceed on the question of possibly protecting gays in the state’s anti-discrimination law. Bolger, R-Marshall, says it’s a “struggle” to reach a decision on how gays might…

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Snyder better steal fast. The lawsuits are catching up
/ June 12, 2013 0 COMMENTS

And this is why I refer to Gov. Rick Snyder as a thug in nerdface: “Records released last week in a lawsuit over Kevyn Orr’s appointment indicate Snyder offered the Washington, D.C., bankruptcy attorney the job as early as Feb. 11 — more than a week before the state’s review team declared Detroit in a financial emergency…

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