Month: August 2012

The Camel’s Back

“The straw that broke that camel’s back” perhaps. That could be the headline when the Traverse City Area Public Schools see their most recent request for millage fall flat on its fat face. TCAPS is looking for support to continue…

Rewarding Educators

Interesting stuff.  When asked why some teachers would leave public schools for ‘less pay & benefits’ in a charter setting, the answer might be: “because they can earn more” Does Incentive Pay Lead to Improved Student Performance? Teachers, Principals Earn…

Minimum Wage Quite Expensive

Several times on this blog, I have made the case for NO minimum wage. In fact the secret to renewal for such underwhelming employment environments like Detroit is taking off the shackles of unnecessary and destructive limits to business.

Dishonorable Disclosures

Good production. 22 minutes and worth watching. Its sad that decades of advantage over our enemies can be so thoroughly destroyed by such negligent management, and possibly malicious intent. Obama MUST be turned out in November, and the leftist forces…

The Heartbreak Of Thomas Edison

Originally posted at RightMichigan.com Things are looking brighter in our great lakes state. Unless, of course, one wants to use a light bulb to make it so. A demand for engineers in Michigan: “Andrew Watt says he figures the shelf…

“We can guess…” Again…?!

Attorney for Union Boss Ballot Proposal Repeats Claim to Board of Canvassers That His Proposal is Intentionally Confusing   Lansing, MI, August 13, 2012—An attorney representing the deceptive ballot proposal aimed at hijacking the Michigan Constitution and undoing scores of…