Detroit was a one-industry company town run by executives who forgot how to make cars people wanted to buy.
The only sure result of Detroit's bankruptcy is that armies of lawyers will make bales of money.
The Farm Bill should expand a pilot program that's alleviating hunger and helping farmers in Michigan and Ohio.
The state-appointed emergency manager may be on the verge of selling the local art museum's masterpieces to pay the city's bills.
Don't ask me what a hedge fund is — if I knew, I'd manage one.
The great victims of this sequester will be our children, the unemployed, the poor and the elderly — all groups with feeble lobbies or no lobbies at all.
With no warning, no hearings, no public input, no floor debate, and no time for citizens to even know what was happening, Michigan's Republicans rammed a union-busting bill into law.
Laws like Michigan's new statute let employers shed any responsibility to treat workers decently and strip unionized employees of any obligation to act in solidarity to guarantee the wellbeing of their co-workers.