Tag Archives: Michigan

Supreme Court Upholds the People’s Choice: Michigan Voters Decision to End Government-Sanctioned Racism aka “Affirmative Action” Stands

From the Wall Street Journal: A splintered Supreme Court on Tuesday voted 6-2 that states may end racial preferences without violating the U.S. Constitution. The case came from Michigan, which in 2006 passed a voter initiative ending racial preferences. A federal appeals court had struck down the measure, finding that it served to disadvantage minorities in the political process. Justice Anthony ...

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Who Do Unions Protect? These Guys, That’s Who

As you watch the screeching mobs of union thugs converging on the Michigan state capitol today, keep this story in mind. Remember those Chrysler workers caught smoking dope and drinking on their lunch breaks back in September, 2010? If not, here’s the story, presented for your viewing pleasure, from Detroit tv station WJBK.  Now, an arbitrator has forced Chrysler to ...

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