More gun laws would not have stopped the MSU shooting, but enforcing the laws on the books would have.
For the first time in the 2022 cycle, the Michigan Republican Party showed signs that it could surf the expected red wave in November, but there is still a hazard in the water.
On May 7, the University of Michigan hosted a “Comeback Ceremony” for members of the Class of 2020, who were robbed of a commencement two years ago due to regulations imposed because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Headlining the ceremony was Dr. Anthony Fauci, leader of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases and public […]
Michigan graduate student and Central Student Government policy advisor Byron D. Brooks is upset that there are too many people of a different race in a certain campus building. He believes this building is supposed to be a “Mecca” for students of his race and that people of different races being in it is detrimental […]
Michigan’s Ross School of Business recently released guidelines for students who are non-compliant with the university’s vaccine and booster mandates. Students who have at least one semester more of their college experience will not be allowed to register for classes that they need to graduate if they have not yet completed their series or been […]
On January 21, hundreds of thousands of pro-life demonstrators gathered in Washington, D.C., for the March for Life, which takes place each year to advocate for an end to abortion in America. Men and women of all ages came to the nation’s capital to tell our lawmakers that unborn babies are human beings who deserve […]
On Sept. 30, Sen. Richard Blumenthal, a Connecticut Democrat, made a fool of himself during a committee hearing regarding Big Tech. “Will you commit to ending Finsta?” he asked Facebook Safety Chief Antigone Davis. Likely suppressing a laugh, Davis attempted to answer his question, but her efforts did not satisfy the senator. “I don’t think […]