Tag: automakers

The legs out from under them

I have wondered aloud (in print) in the past about why the automaker chiefs have not scolded the congress for putting them under the pressure which has made all of their problems even more so “problematic.”  The attempts by congress…

Finishing them off

Imagine a day when Michigan based General Motors is a completely foreign firm. Don’t think it could happen?  Consider what the “CEO of the US” said last night.. “We’ll end the corporate tax breaks for companies shipping jobs overseas” You…

Decency

I opine. I am hardly fair, offering opposing viewpoints voluntarily while writing here.  It isnt my responsibility, and frankly I allow the comments to post as they post. (only moderating to keep the spammers out)  I will be critical as…

Regulatory Climate is the True Culprit.

I have written in prior posts on the benefits of reducing a regulatory environment to promote business, and still stand on the assertion that for every bill passed into law by congress and a capitulating Presidential signature, there are several…

Privatizing Michigan… For the WIN!!!

After the last two articles, the first: Privatizing the automakers, and yesterday’s: Privatizing the Unions..  I assumed there might be an eye open to another unique solution.. What about selling off the roads, rehabilitation and human services of Michigan? Unheard…