This column originally appeared in The Detroit News.

Moms and dads will be firing up their furnaces this month, as summer fades and fall descends: changing leaves, crisp mornings and football weekends. We know the routine, and we love every bit of it. Except maybe those higher home heating bills.

When it comes to keeping the house warm, costs could skyrocket because Attorney General Dana Nessel has filed multiple lawsuits that could raise your bill.


Racist epithets.

Rape jokes.

Referring to women with offensive, obscene and inappropriate terminology.

Anthony Eid, one of the 13 unelected members of the state’s Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission currently redrawing Michigan’s legislative maps, was exposed this week after Gongwer news service reported years’ worth of offensive, racist and misogynistic tweets.


Michigan’s COVID recovery is among the last in the country after Whitmer’s excessive and ridiculous shutdowns and restrictions.

The polls are tight for Whitmer now, who hasn’t used the state’s health department to issue new restrictions. (Yet.)


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