Feeding Whistleblowers to the Wolves

Are Democrats in the state legislature worried about whistleblowers?

That’s the only conclusion one can draw after legislative Democrats this week refused to back a bipartisan proposal to institute legal protections for government whistleblowers following a series of anti-transparency vetoes from Governor Gretchen Whitmer.

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Defund the Police?!

To defund the police or not to defund the police. That is the question voters should be asking candidates running for State House this fall.

Make no mistake – there is a real movement among radical Left activists and politicians to take police off the streets, and away from our neighborhoods and communities. No amount of carnage, rising crime rates, or chaos are enough to convince them police are worth having on the beat.

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This election, know candidates' stance on defunding police

This column originally appeared in the Detroit News.

To defund the police or not to defund the police? Voters deserve answers.

Today, voters across Michigan are filling out absentee ballots and picking candidates they believe best align with their values. Millions of others will head to the polls on the first Tuesday of August for Michigan’s Primary Election.

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Put Michigan Workers First!

Michigan workers are under attack in Lansing, but they aren’t alone.

Earlier this week, Governor Whitmer vetoed Senate Bill 686, the Whistleblower Protection Act, written to ensure government workers who blow the whistle on waste, fraud, abuse, or criminal behavior by state officials don’t lose their jobs or benefits for doing the right thing.

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Celebrating our Independence

Happy Independence Day!

Shortly after the Constitutional Convention in 1787, the story goes, Benjamin Franklin was asked what our Founding Fathers had produced – a monarchy or a republic. “A republic, if you can keep it,” Franklin responded.
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No Answers, No Transparency, and No Leadership from Gov. Whitmer

The curve has been flattened. The people of Michigan have done their part, and many are working hard every day to jumpstart the economy safely. Even so, we still have a lot of unanswered questions for the governor and her administration.

What does Gretchen Whitmer have to hide? Apparently, a lot.

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Whitmer Extends Order Importing COVID-19 to Nursing Homes

At least 1,947 dead in Michigan nursing homes of COVID-19. Untold hundreds – maybe more – dead in assisted living facilities.

Every one of them someone’s mother, father, grandparent, sibling, friend.

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Whitmer's nursing home policy risks lives

This column originally appeared in the Detroit News.

At least 1,947 Michigan nursing home patients have died of COVID-19 since the middle of March. That’s 650 each month — more than 20 per day. 

Those numbers aren’t anecdotes, and they’re not just statistics — though they’re still likely an “undercount.”  They’re not yesterday’s news or a sidebar story in Michigan’s war against COVID-19.

They’re the faces of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s astoundingly anti-science response to the pandemic. They’re our parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles, siblings, friends. 

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Lawsuit: Benson Risks Integrity of Elections

Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson is headed back to court, after the Honest Elections Project reviewed voter rolls across the state of Michigan and found some shocking numbers.

Benson, and state and local Michigan election officials are being sued over their failure to comply with the National Voter Registration Act (NVRA), threatening to disenfranchise Michigan voters this fall.

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What’s it going to take for Gov. Whitmer to pay attention?

“Obviously we, like states across the country… have been learning an incredible amount about COVID 19, it being a novel virus.  The amount that we’ve learned just in the last eight weeks is dramatically different from what we knew as we were watching the cases exponentially rise.  The clear indication is that older people are more susceptible and at congregate care facilities, that is exacerbated.”

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