“They — for years — didn’t let Jews or blacks or women in there and those people are still in charge of the club,” Fieger said.
Michigan spent several years in the assisted suicide spotlight because of Dr. Jack Kevorkian–and his push for physician-assisted suicide
The bus was carrying 51 passengers from Cincinnati to Detroit when it ran off I-75 about 25 miles north of Cincinnati in September.
“I am pleased that this long trial has ended and we can finally put this negative chapter in Detroit’s history behind us,” said Dave Bing.
Huntington Banks’ James Dunlap talks about the West Michigan Policy Forum. Plus, Geoffrey Fieger, Denise Ilitch, and Saul Anuzis discuss the political conventions, the presidential contest and much more in this full episode of Michigan Matters.
“Detroit is at a crucible. Detroit really has to attract young white people,” said Geoffrey Fieger, metro Detroit’s most recognizable attorney.
What do President Barack Obama, attorney Geoffrey Fieger and former Detroit Tigers great Willie Horton all have in common?
Could legalizing pot and sex be the magic formula to fix what ails the Motor City and turn it into a hot spot for young people? “I could turn it around in five minutes,” says Fieger on “Michigan Matters.”
This week on Michigan Matters, it’s a 45-billion dollar business in Michigan. Ken Rogers from Automation Alley talks about Michigan’s exports. Plus Brooks Patterson and Geoffrey Fieger join Carol Cain for an opinion-filled Roundtable.
The director and screenwriter of the Oscar Award winning film“The Hurt Locker” have asked a judge in Los Angeles to dismiss an Iraq war veteran’s lawsuit alleging the film is based on him.