I’m tellin’ y’all, it’s a sabotage Last Friday, the Labor Department announced that the US economy had created 69,000 jobs in May. That’s 58,000 more jobs than George W. Bush’s monthly average of creating 11,000 jobs a month, according to economist Justin Wolfers who claims he did something called “math.” But the GOP reacted as if President had just taken […]Read more ›
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On Thursday night this past week, we had our Beer With Bloggers event at the Corner Brewery in Ypsilanti. We had a great turnout of around 75 people and the conversations were fascinating.
The event was originally started by one of Michigan’s finest bloggers, Mark Maynard from MarkMaynard.com. This is the two of us. I’m the one on the right with…Read more ›
Republicans have been getting their news from clowns for years As @LOLGOP, I try to use GOP tactics to mock the GOP and GOP tactics. Basically I’m an enraged, ranting megalomaniac—at least on Twitter. Over 60,000 fine Twitter users follow LOLGOP. That’s more than follow the corporate sponsors of the tea party movement @FreedomWorks and four-times more than a likely […]Read more ›
In a major step forward in giving same-sex couples the ability to marry and have the same rights and protections as heterosexual couples, a federal appeals court in Boston today ruled that the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) is unconstitutional.
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Pete Hoekstra sinks to a new low, calls for a Birther Office in Washington, D.C. staffed by the FBI & CIA
Are there really that many tea partiers out there to pander to??? After the embarrassment of his “Yellow Girl” video ad and numerous other faux pas over the years, Senate candidate Pete Hoestra dialed the “Whack-a-Doo” machine up to eleven recently by suggesting that there a department in Washington, D.C. with the sole purpose of investigating the birth certificates of […]Read more ›
Those are some interesting demographics you have there, sir… A few weeks ago, Michigan Democratic Party Chair Mark Brewer sent a letter to the two Democratic candidates running for the seat in Michigan’s 3rd Congressional District, Steve Pestka and Trevor Thomas. In the letter (pdf), he asked them to sign a pledge to run a “clean and fair” primary campaign. […]Read more ›
We’ve looked at Romney’s business experience, now let’s take a look at his governing – devastating new video
Wait, this is just as bad as his business approach…
The media, helped along by the Obama campaign, has spent considerable time recently looking at Mitt Romney’s past as a businessman and top dog at Bain Capital. With the release of a devastating new video this morning titled “Broken Promises: Romney’s Massachusetts Record”, it appears they are turning their attention to his past as the governor of Massachusetts.
It’s not pretty.
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Get your democracy on Michigan Rising, the group working to recall Michigan Governor Rick Snyder, has hit the ground running. According to spokesperson Bruce Fealk, the group already has tens of thousands of petitions in the field in the first few weeks of their signature-gathering drive. As of this week they have distributed more than 50,000 petitions in 57 of […]Read more ›
Our Beer With Bloggers event tomorrow is turning out to be quite a gala affair. With so many bloggers in attendance, it may be the “most blogged about” event in southeastern Michigan in quite some time!
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If you have to sabotage the economy to win, your ideas suck Of all the terrible lessons the Republicans have learned since 2009, the worst is: Economic sabotage works. In 2009, the President’s immediate efforts to stimulate the economy and rescue the auto industry took us from losing 800,000 jobs a month to creating thousands. But, before the policies were […]Read more ›
Congressman Thaddeus McCotter first took office in 2002. This year he won’t even make the ballot in the August primary. After submitting 2,000 signatures to be eligible for the primary, the Secretary of State notified him he did not have the minimum 1,000 valid signatures to get on the ballot.
His petitions are now part of a fraud investigation.
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