Adam, Popsicles and Mom

Guest Post:  By Adam’s Mom My husband, Carl and I taught our four children that “Those to whom much is given, much is expected”, which is paraphrased from Luke 12:48.  Since he was a child, Adam has understood and accepted the responsibility demanded from him. During the summers at our Northend home, there might be[…]

Racially discriminate bill passes the Senate and hits the House

In April, the Michigan State Senate passed a bill (#897) that would require Medicaid recipients to become employed or else lose their health coverage. On the surface, that “sounds” honorable. But it isn’t. This bill is now being considered in the Michigan House and has been the target of disdain. Why? It intentionally harms the[…]

The November election may be too late!

It’s been named it the #bluewave on one side of the aisle and others talk about holding the line. People have been talking about the 2018 midterm election ever since our current administration took office. However, for a large part of Michigan voters who live in congressional and legislative districts who already typically vote for[…]