... his opponent for Senate from Michigan Debbie Stabenow "Debbie Spendit Now" and refers people to the site debbiespenditnow.com.
The ad has set off a veritable firestorm of negative comments from the usual suspects, and the ad and the reaction to it are a microcosm of serious problems the U.S. has:
1. We have various trade-related problems with China and other countries and Detroit and Michigan...
Michigan governor Rick Snyder (GOP) has scored a hat trick: he's not fiscally extremist enough for the tea parties , the far-left is on the march against him , and he's also weak on immigration. From this:
Speaking to the Michigan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, Gov. Rick Snyder said that an immigration law such as the one passed last year in Arizona [note: something similar is...
... laws and protect their borders, Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox said Wednesday in a legal brief on behalf of nine states supporting Arizona's immigration law.
Cox, one of five Republicans running for Michigan governor, said Michigan is the lead state backing Arizona in federal court and is joined by Alabama, Florida, Nebraska, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas and Virginia, as...
Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox plans to file a legal brief supporting Arizona's immigration law, and he's asking other state attorneys general to join him... He tells them in a letter sent Monday that the U.S. Justice Department's legal challenge to the law "seeks to remove the power of the states" to enforce their own statutes at the same time as federal immigration laws.
... Louisiana (-1), Massachusetts (-1), Michigan (-1), Minnesota (-1), Missouri (-1), New Jersey (-1), New York (-1), and Pennsylvania (-1).
If you're located in one of the states in the latter group, that means you're going to lose power. In that case, organize a local effort to take smart action to reduce immigration.
... Reform" in California, Iowa, Michigan, North Carolina and Vermont :
In keeping with the Obama administration’s commitment to a transparent, accountable government, the forums will be an opportunity for Americans from all over the country to voice their concerns and ideas about reforming our health care system... They will be open conversations with everyday Americans, local, state and federal...
... Social Concerns
Latinos United of Michigan
Law Office of James Tunick
Little Village Comm Coureil
Local 1 SEIU
Local 1 Unite Here
Local 4 SEIU
Local 881 UFCW
March 25th Coalition-San Diego
May 1 Coalition
Centro Latino Cuzcatlan
Mexicanos Unidos Del DF
Michoacan Immigrant Coalition South Bend Indiana
Movemiento La Pena Del Bronx...
... Freedom Party
Centro Obrero (Michigan)
Chris Silvera, Secretary Treasurer Local 808 Teamsters
Comite Pro-Amnistia y Justicia Social
Cynthia McKinney, former member of Congress
Elvira Arellano in Adelberto Central Methodist Church
Emma Goldman Chapter of SDS/MDS
Emma Lozano Centro Sin Fronteras
Fr. Luis Barrios, San Romero de Las Americas Church
Frantz Mendes, Pres. USW L. 8751, Boston...
... coordinator of Latinos United of Michigan, described how the Islamic Association of Michigan mobilized its members to support 15 women fired by the Wolverine Meat Packing Co. for participating in the March 27 protest in Detroit. A letter to Wolverine management from the Muslim group's coordinator, Mohammad Hafeez, pledged to "join with our Latino-Hispanic brothers and sisters to fight against...
... individual states: Pennsylvania, Michigan, Kansas, New York, and New Jersey.
Some of the legal background is described here:
The petition, filed by the A.F.L.-C.I.O. and the other groups, is an unusual appeal to an international body to push American courts and lawmakers away from a 2002 Supreme Court ruling known as Hoffman v. National Labor Relations Board. The petitioners say the ruling...