Despite the expected Republican 'who-cares-about-the-truth' talking points, the recent price hikes in oil and gas have nothing to do with President Obama.
It wasn't long ago that a criticism directed at trade unions was they were only in it to service their members in exchange for dues. The happenings in Wisconsin blew all that to shreds.
Not missed by anyone in this majority African American city is the racist inference that Detroit's residents are the root of the problem.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. -- In the race for the Michigan governor's job, the choice is simple.
CLEVELAND -- "Freedom fighter," "Poor man's lawyer," and "One of the most beautiful people I ever met" -- words that described progressive attorney, Roy Kaufman.
It wasn't quite "old home week," but attending the U.S. Social Forum last month in Detroit, where I had lived for many years, was special, and thought-provoking.
DETROIT - Two significant things happened in this beleaguered city recently that show the possibility of turning our country's problems around.
The underlying cause, says a Japanese labor researcher, is the company's stress on "low cost" in pursuit of high profits, at the expense of its workers and consumer safety.
Time Magazine has decided to zero in on Detroit; here's a reaction from one lifelong Detroiter.