Former agent with the Federal Department of Justice, President of Martin Investigative Services, Author of "Seeing Life through Private Eyes: Secrets from America's Top Investigator to Living Safer, Smarter, and Saner," and of Fox News Radio discusses President Donald Trump told reporters Saturday that he would find a new director of the FBI by this Friday when he heads to his first overseas trip as president.
Spokesperson for the coal industry discusses Energy Secretary Rick Perry has ordered a departmental review of the electricity grid, targeting federal regulations and support for renewable energy that he says could imperil base-load power in the future.
On the death of rep john kivela of Marquette—and the elevation of Kurtis Wilders to the Michigan Supreme court—also on the extra opening there after the promotion of Justice Joan Larson to the federal bench
Rossman-McKinney is in the race for state senate by forming a fundraising committee. She is likely versus Tom Barrett, but there may be others. Why now? How much money does she need to raise? What about her company Truscott-Rossman?
Former Michigan State Representative and Coalition to Regulate Marijuana Like Alcohol Political Director discusses the bill to regulate marijuana like alcohol initiative’s final language will be submitted to the State of Michigan for approval on Friday, May 5, 2017.
Borgstrom is a citizen of East Lansing and an anti-millage supporter, and he discusses East Lansing is voting today on the school millage to rebuild from the ground up all elementary schools and to renovate the Red Cedar River.