“I really think that this is really good news, this is really good news, especially at such a crucial time in the country … This is really, it takes a positive stance,” Varner said.
Democrats are getting ready to gather at more than 200 caucus sites around the state to formally choose Barack Obama as their presidential favorite.
Author Ronald Kessler called Doc Thompson’s show Wednesday and said the alleged drug-fueled prostitution binge is part of a systemic problem.
Brewer would like to see Romney’s tax returns for 12 years as well, exactly what his father George released many years ago as a candidate.
For $10,000, you can get dinner and candid photo with the President. A $40,000 ticket nets you a formal photo.
The recently released Epic MRA poll, which is taken from active and likely voters, revealed that 58 percent believe Michigan’s economy has bottomed out and is starting to improve.
Detroit Mayor Dave Bing received a get well message from President Obama Friday.
Marketing Research Group President Tom Shields credits the rising support of the political figures to the public’s perception that the economy continues to improve.
The President says automakers will be making cars that average 55 miles per gallon by the middle of the next decade.
Obama patted workers on the back and said: “Good job. I’m proud of you. Keep up the good work.” Larry Campbell, a 15-year GM worker from Rochester Hills, thanked Obama for “believing” in GM.