The Licensing of Taxis and Limos in the City of Ann Arbor – Sean Duval, CEO, Golden Limosine International talks about safety concerns over taxis masquerading as limos…
Michigan House Democrats Launch Listening Tour: State Rep. Gretchen Driskell (D-Saline) and State Rep. Adam Zemke, (D- Ann Arbor) – The Listening Tour lands in Ann Arbor
Ann Arbor Mayor John Hieftje – The City of Ann Arbor is talking about the possibility of a new train station, improving the stormwater drainage system, and determining whether to expand the city airport. We talk with the Mayor…
Should we worry about the sequester? Should we go over this cliff? What is the “Right Thing to do” by the Congress? Here are some issues to consider…
You wake up in the morning and you don’t feel well. You have a few sick days available, but you have a lot to get done before the end of the week. You are concerned that you may infect your co-workers if you go to work, but you also want to show your commitment to the company. What is the “Right Thing to do”–stay home or go to work?
Youth of the Year – Matthew, Joyce, and Harry Ervin – Milan H.S. sophomore Harry Ervin has already done a lifetime of good work. He’s an honor roll student, class president, and a
I think there is an assumption that when you shop online that you are getting the best prices. The rapid growth of online sales is based not only the ability to comparison shop, but an expectation that the prices are low because the company can avoid the costs of a brick and mortar store. We have heard a lot about the problems of Best Buy—that people go to their stores, find the product they want and then buy online from Amazon because prices are lower. However, the Wall Street Journal recently did a study of online prices and found that the prices for a specific product from a company could vary. In other words, some people get better prices online than others. Is this the “Right Thing to do?”
It appears that the major sticking point for a compromise to increase tax revenues is how to do it. The Republicans suggest closing tax loopholes and possibly reducing deductions. President Obama wants to raise tax rates on the so-called “millionaires and billionaires”, which translates to anyone earning $250,000 or more. I am still not sure of how this fuzzy math is calculated. The question is, what is the “Right Thing to do” to find a compromise to avoid the cliff?
Banished Words: Tom Pink, Director of Public Relations, Lake Superior State University – The word gurus at Lake Superior State University have doubled-down on their passion for the language and have released their 38th annual List of Words to be Banished…
I thought about talking about the fiscal cliff given the theoretical deadline of December 18th for the introduction of any legislation to be done before Christmas. However, I don’t think it will happen and frankly I am very doubtful that anything will be done until next year. There are some roadblocks that I see that will not be resolved:
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