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Targeted Tax Preferences are Unfair

Entrepreneurs drive employment and prosperity

Entrepreneurs drive employment and prosperity

The Bipartisan State Budget

Budgets generate a lot of conflict, but not a lot of partisan spending

Budgets generate a lot of conflict, but not a lot of partisan spending

What Happens Now to Roads in Michigan

There are five potential paths lawmakers can take

There are five potential paths lawmakers can take

Keep Pure Michigan Spending at $0

The program is ineffective and a waste of taxpayer dollars

The program is ineffective and a waste of taxpayer dollars

A Global Climate Strike Isn't Enough

Personal responsibility will do more for the climate than striking

Personal responsibility will do more for the climate than striking

School Aid Budget Proposals Not That Far Off

Legislature approves 99% of what Whitmer seeks without a tax hike

Legislature approves 99% of what Whitmer seeks without a tax hike

Let Corporate Handouts Expire

Roads are a better use of the public purse than business subsidies

Roads are a better use of the public purse than business subsidies

Ontario’s Energy Woes Should Be a Warning

Providing affordable and reliable electricity requires more than just good intentions

Providing affordable and reliable electricity requires more than just good intentions

Cut the Budget, Raise Taxes or Wait

The forgotten option of the Michigan road funding debate

The forgotten option of the Michigan road funding debate

Universities or Roads?

A comparison of what a little extra revenue provides to residents

A comparison of what a little extra revenue provides to residents

And Another Thing About Roads...

Lawmakers can fix the roads without raising taxes

Lawmakers can fix the roads without raising taxes

Overselling Whitmer’s Education Budget

Increase in line with years past, not 'game-changing' and 'historic'

Increase in line with years past, not “game-changing” and “historic”

Should Educator Evaluations Trust Data More?

Study raises questions about bias in judging teacher performance

Study raises questions about bias in judging teacher performance