Black Activist seeks records from Michigan Governor Snyder’s NERD Fund

File this one under, “If the races were reversed, blacks would be screaming, “Persecution!” at the top of their lungs.” But, because Governor Snyder is one of them evil crackers who kept the black man down for so many years — … Continue reading

Governor Rick Snyder starts to feel the heat for his idiocy

I find this to be very encouraging, perhaps Governor Snyder did not realize what he was getting into, or maybe he did. The Story via Greg Sargent at Washington Post: The “right to work” battle in Michigan may not be … Continue reading

The Detroit Free Press rips Governor Rick Snyder a new one

It is very good, trust me: Click here for Editorial: A failure of leadership: Snyder’s about-face on right-to-work betrays voters —Detroit Free Press  Quote: Two years ago, a newly elected Rick Snyder told the Free Press editorial board he was determined … Continue reading

Some encouraging news for my Dad

Some good news for my Dad. (Reuters) – The proposed Michigan “right-to-work” law will not apply to existing union contracts, a leading sponsor of the proposal said on Friday, which may blunt its immediate impact on the huge auto industry … Continue reading

Chuck Baldwin minces no words about Paul Ryan

I have to like Chuck Baldwin, he does not mince words: It has happened again. We go through this every four years, and every four years the vast majority of “conservatives” fall for it. This is such a broken record. … Continue reading

Detroit’s fiscal chickens come home to roost

I really hate having to write blog entries like this; I really do.  For those of you, who actually read here; I was born and raised on the southwest side of Detroit. I left Detroit, with my parents, in 1989. … Continue reading

Gov. Rick Snyder sells out to the Republican establishment

I voted for the man, I now regret that choice. In a Detroit News op-ed today, Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder announced his support of former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney in the contest for the GOP presidential nomination. Romney, who is … Continue reading