Listener Dan called in to say, “…This guy is so out of touch with where the average Kid Rock fan lives, it’s unbelieveable.”
President Obama says those who opposed government aid to the auto industry are “rewriting history.”
He’s the man from Michigan who’d like to take the job from Barack Obama. She’s his staunchest cheerleader. What do they think it will take to win the presidency?
In 2012, why are we still arguing over basic social rights that one of the most advanced countries in the Western world should have put to bed long ago?
Rick Santorum rallied for support Monday morning in Livonia at a Chamber of Commerce breakfast.
Cartoonists in two Michigan papers are enjoying all that the politicians have to offer.
While voters in most of the state are focused on Michigan’s upcoming presidential primary, pockets of Genesee and Oakland counties are getting state House races off to an early start in 2012.
“But, if for some reason I am not given that honor by the American public, I’d go back to business and do more with my sons…” Mitt Romney said.
Republican Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney talking taxes, trade and his history as a “car guy” to the Detroit Economic Club, while nearby UAW leaders were focused on Romney’s opposition to the auto industry bailout.
Cain covered a number of topics. He said his relationship with his wife is solid, that she fully supported his run, and he blames the media for his troubles and the allegations of marital infidelity.