Whitmer Proposes Unemployment Benefits for Employed Workers

Photo: Bill Pugliano / Getty June 15, 2021 ~ Monday, Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced that she plans to expand the state’s Work Share program, allowing specific employees returning to work to receive a $300 bonus per week. “We’re going to use the federal $300 per week in unemployment benefits to our advantage, so we can…MORE


Kwame Kilpatrick Delivers Sermon in First Public Event Since Release From Prison

Photo: Monica Morgan / WireImage June 14, 2021 ~ Sunday, former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick delivered a sermon at the Historic Little Rock Baptist Church in his first public event since his release from prison. The sermon, based in biblical scripture, was named by Kilpatrick: “It’s Not Time to Die.” “I would like to thank…MORE


Supreme Court: Board has ‘Legal Duty’ to Verify Unlock Michigan Signatures

Photo: Drew Angerer / Getty LANSING, June 11, 2021 ~ Friday, the Michigan Supreme Court ruled that the Board of State of Canvassers “has a clear legal duty” to certify the Unlock Michigan petition and pass the proposal on to the state Legislature. “We urge the Michigan House and Senate to act promptly to finally…MORE


Governor Whitmer’s Approval Ratings Drop

Photo: Brittany Greeson for The Washington Post via Getty LANSING, June 10, 2021 ~ Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s approval ratings have fallen after a string of controversies. According to a survey of 600 registered Michigan voters, 50% of participants approved, while 44% said they disapproved of Whitmer’s performance. A similar survey conducted in February found 58%…MORE


June 16, 2021 ~ Crain’s Detroit Business Reporter Chad Livengood talks to Paul W. about flaws in Michigan‘s auto insurance law.

June 16, 2021 ~ City Manager of Bay City Dana Muscott welcomes Paul W. to town and invites his listeners to come visit this summer.

June 16, 2021 ~ Congressman Bill Huizenga tells Kevin Dietz about the meeting yesterday to discuss reopening the US-Canada Border.


LANSING, April 29, 2021 ~ Governor Gretchen Whitmer updates the state on current COVID-19 restrictions.