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.
Everyone remembers Donald Trump’s public statements, campaign promises and website posts where he promised to ban Muslims from the United States.
President-elect Donald Trump continued his "thank you" tour with a stop in Grand Rapids, Michigan, during which his crowd chanted their beloved, "Lock her up!" Only to be told by Trump, "That plays great before the election- now we don't care."
“I just don’t put a whole lot of faith in polls...Like I’ve said before, polls are only good for strippers and cross-country skiers."
"I've got your blue state right here, baby," Nugent said.
The Trump campaign has announced that instead of spending money where it could help Republican candidates, they will be wasting cash by trying to win Michigan.
Michigan authorities blocked county health officials from investigating an outbreak of Legionnaires' disease that may have been linked to the water crisis in the impoverished city of Flint, a county health supervisor told CNN on Saturday.
Paul Ryan wants to use the the Congressional Review Act to prevent the president from saving the American people from corporate tyranny
This all began when one of Snyder's emergency dictators decided safe drinking water from Lake Huron didn't fit the corporate financial model
Of course the mainstream media has not reported on events in Michigan because the last thing corporate media wants is to give Americans across the country the idea that they have power to put a stop to Republicans transferring wealth to corporations and the rich at the expense of the poor, elderly, students, middle class, and infrastructure.
Today, more so than at any time in the nation's history, evangelical Republicans are on a crusade to base the nation's laws on the Christian religion to discriminate against Americans who do not fall into the mold of a religious Republican.
Bad things generally happen when corporate fascist take over government and eliminate democracy, and it is a fact of life many Michigan citizens have learned the hard way; by being poisoned.
A shot was fired at the rape culture Tuesday, as a private sector company, MOKO Social Media, stepped up to the plate by donating $100,000 to Detroit's Wayne Country Prosecutor's Office (Michigan) in order to help investigate a shameful backlog of rape kits.
Here in Detroit, the worst of what many of us have long suspected about Gov. Snyder's intentions toward our city and our schools may really be happening, because Snyder doesn't even need to hide those intentions anymore.
When Pink Floyd sang that "we don't need no education," I don't think church ministries are what they had in mind.
Even though most Republican governors are wary of going all-in on tax cuts for the rich and corporations like trickle-down failure Kansas governor Sam Brownback, they are going all in to raise taxes on their poor and middle class residents to avoid putting any "financial strain" on their wealthiest donors and their corporations.
As Detroit continues its comeback struggle, perpetually seeking to redefine and recreate itself as a more updated community, one of the largest potential barriers to the realization of that goal is a sufficiently educated workforce.
It's past time for the issue of gay marriage to be decided at the national, not just the local, level. The progress witnessed by the number of states that have approved same-sex marriage in recent years has been encouraging, but this should never have been a state's rights sort of issue.
President Obama told a huge, pumped up crowd that everyone needs to feel a sense of urgency about this election, and get their friends and neighbors to vote, because "Their vote could decide whether 28 million American workers get the raise they deserve."
What makes newspapers actions more despicable is that they are not owned by the Kochs, but they are using so-called "opinion and editorial" pages to promote Republican candidates, and push Kochs brother ideology and vision for America as the country's salvation.