Republican victories in the New Jersey and Virginia gubernatorial elections were only the foot-in-the-door for any major Grand Old Party (G.O.P.) attempt to “take back” the country from the Democrats.
As much as I’d like to say that winning in New Jersey and Virginia was all the Republicans needed to forecast the political outlook of the country a year from now, I won’t. I’m not that naïve.
The G.O.P. still has too much work cut out for itself before supporters can even think about taking back the majority in Congress next year, let alone having a chance at the presidency in 2012.
The last thing most college students want to be reminded of is how those who qualify will not be receiving the Michigan Promise funds, barring some intervention during the appropriations […]
Health Care: The final installment in a six part series covering health care systems around the world Here we are, at the end of this series of articles, and at […]
Dear Editor, I’m dissatisfied by Fred Heck’s response to Megan Coady’s “Being Well-Rounded May Put a Hole in Your Pocket” from October 21. I think he Ms. Coady’s most valid […]
College campuses have long been a haven for diversity. They are places that reflect the diversity of our world and they are places where people can express their beliefs. When […]
More people take their vehicles to auto repair shops for simple repairs than fix them on their own.
Last weekend, I was at home and told my dad that my check engine light was on. I told him my water temperature gauge was not registering anything and he said he would look at it. Three hours later, he had changed the sensor and it was fixed.
Our generation has fewer and fewer people who are willing and able to make minor repairs to their own vehicles.
Governor Jennifer Granholm approved a state budget for the 09-10 fiscal year that eliminated all funding for the Michigan Promise scholarship. The Promise scholarships, which would have provided between $1,000 […]