Category Archive: Politics

Nov 05

Your vote COUNTS!


This is a newly-edited version of a post I write every single election day in Detroit. I never, EVER, miss an opportunity to vote. The history of voter participation in elections in the City of Detroit is pitiful at best: usually only 15-20%. Maybe a little more during presidential elections, but not much. You cannot complain …

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Jun 07

New record for congressional service – Congratulations Congressman John Dingell

Mr. Dingell has now served in the House of Representatives for 57 years, five months and 26 days. He was sworn in on Dec. 14, 1955, after winning a special election to fill the seat his father had held for more than two decades. Dingell has the honorary title of dean of the House. One month away of his …

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Apr 15

President Obama Tells It Like It “T-I-is”!

  President Barack Obama made a major speech on Tuesday, April 14 2009 at Georgetown University in Washington D.C. He outlined the challenges and successes of his economic plans, explaining clearly and succinctly what has happened in his first 12 weeks in office and what the American people can expect in the next months and …

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