Gretchen Whitmer's Media Allies Lower Expectations

"Fix the damn roads."
 
It’s just about all we heard from Gretchen Whitmer on the campaign trail, and pundits credit her passion for public infrastructure as a big part of her victory on Election Day.
 
It was her number one issue. Her top priority.  The thing she’s promised to work on first thing once she takes office.

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Keep your hands off my Constitution

Our institutions are under attack.
 
Leftists want to eliminate the electoral college and “redistribute” the allocation of Senators to restore “fairness” to the legislature, but many of them, like the socialist darling of the moment, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, can’t even name the three branches of government.
 
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Key for a Successful Whitmer Term? Focus on Results, Not Revenge

We’ve got a lot to be thankful for – which means we’ve got a lot on the line come January.

The last 8 years in Michigan have been marked by remarkable progress.  Unemployment is at record lows.  Job and income growth are through the roof.  The economy is booming, regulations have been slashed, and our population is rebounding.
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Democrats need results not revenge

This column originally appeared in the Detroit News.

Shortly after ascending to the Presidency, Barack Obama, angry at his political opponents and with his eye already on the next election, weaponized the IRS against conservative groups and tea party organizations who opposed him.

Every morning, we wake up to a new spate of tweets from President Donald Trump, whose personal style and approach to governing couldn’t be more intentionally antagonistic or combative, in particular towards for-profit media.

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Thank God for Michigan!

When volunteer troops from Michigan first arrived in Washington to defend the Union on May 16, 1861, Abraham Lincoln is said to have exclaimed, “Thank God for Michigan!”

Just as our 16th President was filled with gratitude at the time, we have a lot to be thankful for this holiday season.

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Brace Yourselves: Whitmer is Coming

The dust has settled after another bruising election season, and now the real work of governing is set to begin.

Governor-elect Gretchen Whitmer and other top-of-the-ticket Democrats like Jocelyn Benson and Dana Nessel are poised to declare war on Michigan workers, taxpayers, and parents of schoolchildren, but there’s good news.
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Vote NO on Prop 2, or the Liberal Joke’s on You!

Tomorrow’s the day. Election Day. The day you rise up to save Michigan’s Constitution.

When you head to the polls, remember to vote NO on Proposal 2.  Vote NO on 2 to protect taxpayers’ wallets.  Vote NO on 2 to protect the Constitution.  Vote NO on 2 to tell the out-of-state special interests that your legislative districts aren’t for sale.
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Mob Rule on the Ballot this Tuesday

Election Day is only 4 days away, and the future of the state of Michigan is in your hands.  You’ve got a big decision to make, between two sets of candidates with world views and governing philosophies that couldn’t be further apart.
 
 Our own Greg McNeilly writes this week in the Detroit News:
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Don't turn back clock on Mich. progress

This column originally appeared in the Detroit News.

This November’s general election offers no minor squabble between generally aligned and milquetoast alternatives.  This election offers voters choices between candidates and political parties that are diametrically opposed to one another, with visions for the state as different as night and day.

Every day brings new evidence of the growing divide between solutions-oriented conservatives and hyperbolic and hysterical liberals who’ve drifted further from Michigan voters and closer to violent extremists by the week.

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5 Reasons to VOTE NO on Proposal 2

There are a lot of reasons to vote NO on Proposal 2.

That’s why Protect My Vote went on the air on television stations across the state, urging voters to defend the Constitution and reject Prop 2.

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