Michigan and Flint authorities thought switching water providers would be a great job stimulus program.
Flint Water Crisis
Michigan Taxpayers Spent $30 Million on Legal Fees for State Employees Involved in Flint Water Crisis
When the government screws up, the people pay for it.
How government created an artificial shortage of our most essential resource.
Too bad Flint residents can't sue the government.
Snyder says government screwed up, EPA administrator says she's not sure.
Despite Sen. Lee's valiant fight against federalizing the Flint debacle, federal taxpayers will have to pay up
Liberals don't trust corporations to run Flint's water system. But they should.
On the eve of the Democratic debate in town.
What To Do About Flint? Evacuate The Residents And Turn it Into a Landfill for Liberal Good Intentions
Liberals simply won't quit blaming privatization for the government-made disaster
A state matter, not a federal one.
Republicans vow to hunt down the emergency financial manager.
Job growth in a depressed city was a key motivation behind new pipeline.
A privately-run water system is more accountable to the people.
Victims can't sue government, that's the other crime
Government helps government, not people.
Government stimulus caused the disaster, not austerity or privatization.
The new water system was never a cost-cutting measure. It was an expensive jobs project.
Sorry libs, its not government austerity but government that's the problem