Bridging Rural/Urban Divide Key for Democrats in 2020 and for Exposing Trump Failures

Just yesterday I attended a fair in Port Oneida, Michigan celebrating rural culture.

While the focus on Michigan, when it comes to economic matters, tends to be on the manufacturing sector, largely, of course, because of the dominance of the auto industry, the importance of the rural economy and population loom large, not just in terms of their essential role in U.S. life but also as a voting issue and bloc in the 2020 presidential election. read more

Michigan Approves Nestlé Water Pumping Despite Opposition

If there is one company in the world which illustrates both unbridled corporate greed and a complete lack of human compassion, it is Nestlé.  They have gone all over the world appropriating public water resources for themselves in order to make profits to benefit their rich shareholders.  Nestlé has even publicly stated their position that water is not a human right, which is absurd, because without water people die. Water is life, and Nestlé’s position is like saying people have no right to live. read more