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This week is the College of Business’ Fourth Annual Ethos Week whose supposed goal is “to promote business ethics and to further ethics education.” As its keynote speaker, the administration has chosen Robert Bobb, the emergency financial manager of the Detroit Public Schools (DPS).
Sometimes I think we’re too dependent on technology. As technology advances, it interweaves itself into society with greater and stronger force. Two hundred years ago people read a book by whale oil lantern or candle. One hundred years ago the telephone was a cumbersome thing and now we have smartphones.
The rules of the United States Senate have received quite a bit of press coverage over the last year as our current political climate has set the stage for a wonderful set of lessons in American government.
In 2001, President Bush’s No Child Left Behind Act was embraced, cheered and welcomed into the law books with open arms.
During a game last week, a college basketball player named Brittney Griner hauled off and punched an opponent in the face.
President Obama signed the health care reform bill into law Tuesday, after the House almost voted directly along party lines last Sunday to accept the version of the bill voted on in the Senate, and to add a series of addenda.
Sunday will go down in history as the day when the final vote to pass health care reform took place.
On that day, the House of Representatives voted 219-212 to pass the measure. President Barack Obama signed this measure, which is known as the Patient Protection and Affordability Care Act of 2010, and signed it into law just a few days later on Tuesday.
Republicans are not sparing the rod when it comes to beating up on President Obama’s economic stimulus package, but it’s clear they are unable to raise their membership to withstand the newly found vigor of his congressional muscle.
The passage of health care reform last week did not end the debate on the subject, it merely changed it.
The House of Representatives passed the health care bill by a vote of 221-210 March 21. President Obama signed the bill into law Tuesday. Talk of lawsuits to fight the bill based on it being unconstitutional is all ready underway.
What happened to America? I wonder this when I think about the past. Being a history major I tend to do that.
When the final seconds tick off the clock May 24, our nation will bid adieu to its greatest hero. Jack Bauer will end his final day and a chapter in the American story will close.
Health care reform has made seniors, by and large, uneasy. Older Americans heard the words “cuts” and “Medicare” in the same sentence and were more likely to believe health care reform would hurt – not help – them.
Marriage is a nerve-racking idea for both men and women. Men are taught to run screaming from the idea, while women are fed fairy tales of knights on white horses who will scoop them up and make every wish come true. Neither idea leaves people with a very strong idea of what they’re really getting themselves into when they say, “I do.”
The GOP should be ashamed of itself. You would think the Republican Party would get a clue, but unfortunately that is not the case.
When the House passed healthcare reform just a few short weeks ago, members of the tax Tea Party were outside the chamber hurling racial slurs at members of Congress.
A lot of speculation has been made about the president’s recent announcement regarding the American nuclear strategy
For the past few weeks, rumors have been circulating in Washington, D.C., that Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens was making his way toward the door and into the land of retirement.
Spring has arrived, in all it’s depressing, beautiful glory. With the semester coming to a close I find myself working to prepare for final exams, and yet at the same time so many obscure things are happening that I have an opinion on. So I have compiled several of them to get them out to the world efficiently while I prepare for finals.
Torry Ann Hansen made international headlines last week when she returned her adopted son, Justin, to Russia.
So the idea for a rail between Ann Arbor and Detroit is being delayed.
It’s technically for Michigan as a whole, which has had a long history of not having decent public transportation.