You Gotta Fight, For Your Right… To STUUUUDY!

Do you love your kid’s school? Believe in parental choice? I hope you are ready to fight for it.

Earlier this month, an elected Democrat legislative leader bragged to the Detroit News about their intention to declare war on charter public schools.
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A safety net, not a hammock

Great news for taxpayers! The Michigan state Senate over the last few weeks has made significant progress on a common sense reform to respect your tax dollars and ensure they’re spent wisely.
 
Senate Bill 897, sponsored by state Sen. Mike Shirkey, would require those in our state who can work to complete at least 29 hours of work, job training, or education per week in order to qualify for Medicaid.

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Whitmer leads from behind... in the polls!

Another day, another poll showing ultra-liberal Gretchen Whitmer in serious trouble as she chases the Democrat nomination for governor.

The question is quickly becoming, to what lengths will Brandon Dillon and the Michigan Democratic Party establishment go to keep Shri Thanedar – the Democrat leading in all the polls – away from the actual nomination?
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BREAKING: Sun sets in the west…

… And two Democrat members of the Michigan Board of State Canvassers picked union leaders and Democratic Party bosses over the rule of law, voting to disenfranchise nearly 400,000 Michigan voters who signed petitions demanding an end to the state’s costly prevailing wage mandate.

Julie Matuzak and Jeannette Bradshaw, Democrats and union activists themselves, blatantly disregarded the staff report from the nonpartisan civil servants in the Bureau of Elections and abdicated their responsibility to Michigan voters and to Michigan state law.

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The road to Hell is paved with… your tax dollars?

Earlier this month, Gretchen Whitmer, establishment Democrats’ favorite gubernatorial candidate, proposed an absolutely staggering $20 billion in new taxes to fix the roads. She called it a “fix the damn roads proposal.”

She must have forgotten that Michigan voters only a few short years ago went to the polls and overwhelmingly defeated an even smaller road tax hike proposal.

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Mirror, mirror, on the wall...

Who's the Left-est of them all?

Factions inside the Michigan Democrat Party have declared war with one another, seeing who can sprint to the hard Left the fastest, as party leaders gather this weekend for the Party’s “endorsement” convention.

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Tell Whitmer, Dingell – Hands Off the 2nd Amendment

Liberal extremists like Gretchen Whitmer and Congresswoman Debbie Dingell have their sights set on the 2nd Amendment. Over the last few weeks, they’ve been attending rallies, talking to cable news networks, and telling Michiganders about their desire to restrict your gun rights.

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Pollsters, Molesters (accused), and Whitmer – Oh My!

Gretchen Whitmer refuses to return thousands of dollars in campaign contributions from her former legislative colleague, Brian Banks, a Detroit-area felon sued by a state employee for molesting him in a Lansing hotel room.
 
We might finally have a clue why.
 
Whitmer needs the backing of prominent Detroit politicians like Brian Banks to win her primary… and things aren’t going so well.
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While the Left Whines, Kids Win Big

Public education in Michigan is better funded than ever before, and you can thank… Republicans, of course!

Democrats and their union allies make headlines every week complaining about education funding, but when you crunch the numbers and examine the budget figures, it turns out it’s the other side of the aisle delivering in a big way for Michigan students.
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Republicans getting job done

This article originally appeared in The Detroit News.

The crack of the bat in Detroit. Tulips blooming in Holland. Democrats and union bosses complaining about non-existent K-12 public school funding problems in Lansing. Ah, the rituals of Spring.

While the rest of the state prepares for Easter, starts planning getaways and family vacations, or daydreams of summer while shopping for Tigers tickets, Lansing politicians are working out the details that’ll make up the year’s public spending budget.

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