The 33-year-old lawmaker, who occupies Justin Amash's old seat, on how his party needs to reclaim the mantle of limited government, capitalism, and individualism.
The 33-year-old successor to Justin Amash's House seat says his party has abandoned limited government, economic freedom, and individualism.
A Federal Judge in Michigan Says Sidney Powell's Election Fraud Claims Are 'Nothing but Speculation and Conjecture'
According to the ruling, the former Trump attorney also filed the wrong claims in the wrong court at the wrong time on behalf of the wrong plaintiffs.
Aaron Van Langevelde, Brad Raffensperger, and other state and local officials did the right thing and steered America away from the precipice.
Even if the GOP's complaints are valid, they do not prove a vast anti-Trump conspiracy.
SCOTUS Considers Whether James King Has Any Recourse Against the Cops Who Choked and Beat Him for No Good Reason
According to the government, a law aimed at helping victims like King prevents him from holding his assailants accountable.
Constitutional amendment overwhelmingly passes.
The federal government wants the Supreme Court to rule that the victim has no recourse.
If Trump loses his bid for re-election, it will be because Rust Belt voters abandoned him after four years of misguided economic policies.
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Gretchen Whitmer Blames Trump's Rhetoric for the Plot To Kidnap Her, but There's No Evidence It Played a Role
Trump's rhetoric is often wrong, but that does not make it the underlying cause of every cruel or criminal event that transpires while he is president.
Two courts say COVID-19 lockdowns in Michigan and Pennsylvania were unconstitutional.
Whitmer helped spark a national debate over the limits of executive power.
Redundancy with an iron fist
As federal guidelines suggested classifying more industries as "essential" so that they could reopen, Gov. Whitmer arbitrarily did the opposite.
Detroit Police Department Settles Another Dog Shooting Lawsuit After Video Contradicts Cop's Account
A 2016 Reason investigation found Detroit police have a nasty habit of shooting dogs during drug raids.
Officials in Oakland County, Michigan, are worried they could be on the hook for more than $30 million in payments to former homeowners victimized by an aggressive forfeiture scheme.
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Uri Rafaeli was one of hundreds of Michigan homeowners to be victimized by the state's overly aggressive property tax forfeiture law.
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Michael Thompson is serving a 40- to 60-year sentence for a pot crime in a state where both recreational and medicinal marijuana are currently legal
An Illinois resident obtained a TRO by citing a 30-day limit, while a New Hampshire hair salon owner says the goal of her state's lockdown has been achieved.
In a nation of edicts, we serve at the pleasure of the king.
Some lawmakers allege that Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has overstepped the bounds of her authority.
Criticize the Michigan Protesters for Crowding Into a Building Without Masks On, Not for Peacefully Carrying Weapons
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The strict stay-at-home order received a great deal of backlash for its more arbitrary prohibitions.
The gatherings are ill-advised but understandable given the harms of government-enforced shutdowns.
Some protestors were nasty and went overboard, but her harsh tactics will sap her legitimacy at a critical juncture.
Michigan's Emergency Stay-at-Home Order Is a Hot Mess. Now 4 Sheriffs Say They Won't Be Enforcing Parts of It.
"We question some restrictions that she has imposed as overstepping her executive authority."
The governor's new stay-at-home order is arbitrary and far too strict.
An innocent man was beaten up by a local police detective and an FBI agent. No one wants to take responsibility.
And he's far from the first prosecutor to be caught with his hand in the asset forfeiture cookie jar.
A slew of decisive primary victories expand the former vice president's lead in the Democratic primary.
A Michigan Police Task Force Is Playing Jurisdiction Games To Avoid Compensating an Innocent Man Cops Put in the Hospital
The Institute for Justice calls on the Supreme Court to put a stop to it.
The lawsuit says Wayne County police stop and seize cars simply for entering or leaving certain areas.
"It's doubtful there's a sufficient market for a pro-life/pro-impeachment independent in the district to allow him a path to a sixth term," concludes the Cook Political Report.
Which state do you think will be more successful at moving cannabis consumers to the legal market?
They should scrap other Certificate of Need laws too.
"You have a situation where a person owed $8 and lost their house. I mean, how is that equitable?" asked Michigan Supreme Court Justice Richard Bernstein.
A Michigan Man Underpaid His Property Taxes By $8.41. The County Seized His Property, Sold It—and Kept the Profits.
A state law allows counties to effectively steal homes over unpaid taxes and keep the excess revenue for their own budgets.