If Missouri is the “Show Me” state, Michigan must be the “We’ll Believe Anything” state. I mean, we actually elected a man as governor who laid out absolutely no specifics on his vision of governing […]
The advent of digital communication has brought us incredible freedom to search, to access equally incredible archives.
Now, more than at any time in our histories, we need to pay careful attention to how prior work is interpreted. Not only technical or religious, but also things like political policy, art, and more. Eisegesis vs. Exegesis. […]
Coming just a few weeks after the shootings in Aurora, Colorado, the shooting at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin feels like another blow to our country. Too much violence, too much hatred, and too many […]
A recent article about Marion Township Trustee Candidates that appeared in the Livingston Daily got me thinking about property tax assessments. Two of the eight candidates placed property tax assessments high on their election platform. This […]
In your patriotic zeal to make plans that would inadvertantly burn down your whole neighborhood with real fireworks this July 4th, you probably missed that Republican Congressman Mike Rogers stopped by WHMI Monday to talk […]
Oh, look everyone — it’s Hamburg Sen. Joe Hune straight up lighting a match on a burn ban day like he’s Judas Priest. Breakin’ the law! Breakin’ the law! Civil disobediance, amiright people? Smart Person Henry David Thoreau wrote […]
The talented PAC crew from RetakeOurGov (who brought you the Tea Party Express Shit-O-Matic 3000 — a clever device that enabled disgruntled users to take a fake poop on Sen. Harry Reid) had their shovels all ready tonight […]
The fate fate of the euro is waffling daily. Like two elephants wrestling in molasses, we’re seeing a painfully slow-motion dance where millions are being trampled upon with no hope of escape.
Frequently, the pundits debate the future of the euro, of the European Union itself. I’ve slowly built my views and thought I would share. […]
Our legislators are once again legislating life’s minutiae in order to avoid dealing with budget-busters like the most expensive prison system in the nation and public employee pension and health care programs gone wild. Among […]
Instead of grease, this squeaky wheel wants a little peace and quiet. I don’t think that’s too much to ask. Some Michigan communities heartily agree. Grand Rapids and Kentwood just this week adopted ordinances that […]