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The Rest is Silence

I’d like to know what Kyle Smith thinks of Will Ferrell’s one-man play about former President George W. Bush. Instead, the New York Post’s writer spends eight
Jul 31, 2020

The Rest is Silence

The Rest is Silence

I’d like to know what Kyle Smith thinks of Will Ferrell’s one-man play about former President George W. Bush. Instead, the New York Post’s writer spends eight
I’d like to know what Kyle Smith thinks of Will Ferrell’s one-man play about former President George W. Bush. Instead, the New York Post’s writer spends eight
Jul 31, 2020

In Michigan, more gay politicians are serving despite dearth of LGBT legislative victories

In Michigan, more gay politicians are serving despite dearth of LGBT legislative victories

Though Michigan continues to lack many legislative victories that are seen as important by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender residents, the state is also seeing the rise of more openly gay elected officials on the local levels. In 2008, Detroit saw the election of Charles Pugh as Detroit City Council president, making him the first openly gay black man to hold such a post in the country. Ferndale resident Craig Covey became the state’s first openly gay mayor and has since moved to the Oakland County Commission
Though Michigan continues to lack many legislative victories that are seen as important by lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender residents, the state is also seeing the rise of more openly gay elected officials on the local levels. In 2008, Detroit saw the election of Charles Pugh as Detroit City Council president, making him the first openly gay black man to hold such a post in the country. Ferndale resident Craig Covey became the state’s first openly gay mayor and has since moved to the Oakland County Commission
Jul 31, 2020

2012 candidates have tended to announce candidacy twice

2012 candidates have tended to announce candidacy twice

Few supporters — for that matter, opponents — expected GOP candidate and U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn) would jump into the 2012 race during the New Hampshire primary debate June 13, after telling reporters her decision on the presidency would be announced in her native Waterloo .
Few supporters — for that matter, opponents — expected GOP candidate and U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn) would jump into the 2012 race during the New Hampshire primary debate June 13, after telling reporters her decision on the presidency would be announced in her native Waterloo .
Jul 31, 2020
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