It angers me that a heterosexual couple can fly to Las Vegas and get legally married by an Elvis impersonator and then fly back to wherever they are from and still be legally married. If Mike and I decided to fly Vegas and get married by a Cher impersonator, it wouldn't be legal there nor back here in Michigan.
"Raising the Bar," a recent survey of employers conducted on behalf of the Association of American Colleges and Universities, indicates clearly what a majority of employers believe college students should develop a greater understanding of.
Rig the Vote is the evil opposite of Rock the Vote. Rock is the campaign by a nonprofit to increase political engagement and register young people. Rig is the campaign by the GOP to suppress political engagement and subvert balloting.
I wondered if Governor Snyder has any idea that his criticism of the college access movement -- the movement that led to these gains -- awakens echoes of the elitism college access is meant to erase.
"We all have many different voices," he says. "The voice is such an amazing instrument that I feel like a mad scientist who does different things with it. Like a painter, I try different colors out. It gives me joy every day of my life."
There are numerous factors that have to be considered when compiling such a list -- everything from differences in police reporting standards, urban borders and demographics make for a very loaded and fluid lineup.
By: Sayre Quevedo This month Michigan governor Rick Snyder signed a bill that made it easier for people to leave their teen indiscretions behind. The...
A new survey supports what educators have known all along: when it comes to educational priorities, policy makers and parents don't see eye to eye.
Investing in transportation infrastructure goes beyond mere road improvements and short-term benefits. It also generates significant economic returns to other industries and ultimately increases tax revenues too.
I know cliches like the back of my hand and I've always thought that people should avoid them like the plague.
Governor Snyder believes that "to build a stronger Michigan, we must build a healthier Michigan." I agree wholeheartedly, but we've got a long road ahead of us. Let's get the ball rolling by expanding Medicaid.
We went down into the Grand Canyon when Butch got home from the war. Neither of us had thought about a destination with any detail but the canyon was dramatic enough to get our attention and Butch needed the world to be beautiful for even a few minutes.
This past year was undeniably the most productive 365-day period in the history of the marijuana policy reform movement. This list focuses on the biggest marijuana-related policy accomplishments in the U.S. in the last year.
No. 4: Stop saying, "I support the troops." I don't. I used to. No. 5: Apologize for No. 4.
RuPaul's "Right-to-Work-It" Bill aims to ensure that every man, woman, and child has his/her right to be fabulous officially protected.
The ink on the reports of the election results has barely dried and conservatives have already rolled out the first big post-election victory -- by enacting a so called "right to work" law in, of all places, Michigan.