Bill Schuette says he has some “bold new ideas” for Michigan.
Widely expected to run for governor in 2018, Schuette is testing out the planks for his bid at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland this week.
So what are these bold new ideas? Tax cuts and school choice.
In other words, the same stale, failed ideology that Republicans have been pushing on this state since John Engler was first elected governor in 1990.
I suppose it could be called bold in the sense that it’s audacious to continue to advocate for trickle-down economics when tax cuts have time and again failed to produce economic gains, and experts have roundly debunked the so-called theory.…Read more ›