Author Archives: Jeremiah Ward

The Right Path to Transparency

This week, Attorney General Bill Schuette announced a plan to make government more transparent that he would pursue if elected Governor. Meanwhile, U.S. Representative Dan Kildee has introduced a federal bill to withhold funding from states that do not require certain accountability standards. However, there is one major problem with Kildee’s bill.

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Bob Young Endorses John James

Candidate for U.S. Senate John James received another major endorsement today. Former Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Bob Young, Jr., who himself ran a brief campaign for the Senate, announced on the Frank Beckmann Show that he is endorsing James’ candidacy. “I am proud to support John James for the U.S. Senate. In politics…”

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Democratic Gubernatorial Candidate Proves Himself Civically Illiterate

Abdul El-Sayed proved on Firday that he completely misunderstands the nature of American government when he decided to tweet about money in politics. El-Sayed, former Detroit Health Department Director and candidate for Governor, tweeted out, “More than 90% of Americans want to reduce the role of money in politics. Last time I checked, democracies…”

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