Friday April 10, 2015


State’s Cost of Teacher Pension System Quintuples

    By Tom Gantert | Courtesy of Mich Cap Con

Payments by the state of Michigan to cover the costs of its school employee retirement system have more than quintupled in just the past three years, and are approaching $1 billion in the current year. … more

Amendment’s Effects on Higher Ed are Uncertain

  By James M. Hohman | Courtesy of Mich Cap Con

Most of the focus on Proposal 1 has been directed to its changes in the state’s fiscal policies, rather than a close look at its proposed constitutional changes. … more

Obama Nuke Deal in Trouble

Iran wants immediate sanction removal and Congress not buying it Click Here for Details

Gotta Love Harbaugh

U of M Football coach doesn’t cower to liberal political correctness Click Here for Story

Presidential Candidate for Hire

Hillary changes stance depending on who donates Click Here for Details

This is ISIS

ISIS  Cutting hands off starving children and executing them Click Here for Story

 The Flood Continues

Hempstead School Board President Lamont Johnson met with   39,000 more children to come to US Click Here for Details

Clinton Campaign Collapsing

Even before it’s official start? Click Here for Story

And Even More Foreign Money for Clintons

Andrew Burton/Getty Images/AFP Foreign cash flows to Clinton Foundation what kind of influence does it buy? Click Here for Details

Tunnel Under Everest

Reuters/Joe Chan  Can a railway be built under the World’s tallest mountain? Click Here for Story

Climate Non-Sense

Obama unleashes full fury of Federal regulatory hodgepodgery base on fraudulent science Click Here for Story



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