Items Tagged with 'Donald Trump'

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Street Talk: It’s all in the ask

Thoughts for food.

October 13, 2017
Are Michigan’s voting-age residents in favor of tax cuts as proposals make their way through the state and the nation’s capitals? Read More

Letter: Paris Agreement withdrawal draws concerns

June 9, 2017
As an architect, one of my key goals is designing sustainable buildings for current and future generations who will live and work in the structures I’ve created. Read More

The ethical landmines of the Constitution’s emoluments

January 27, 2017
Whatever one may think about America’s prospects under the Trump administration, it seems clear already that his time in office will provide Americans with ample opportunities to learn history, ethics and civics lessons we might have otherwise ignored (sorta like “Hamilton,” but without the music). Read More

Street Talk: Politics don’t matter

Culture club.

January 13, 2017
After Donald Trump assumes the office of the presidency Jan. 20, the course for the United States over the next four years will begin to take shape. Read More

Economic lessons from Yoko Ono and Moses

December 2, 2016
One year ago, I predicted Hillary Clinton would be our next president unless there was either moral or economic outrage in the United States. Read More

Street Talk: Does loyalty trump money?

Holiday hoopla.

November 18, 2016
President-elect Donald Trump could end up with a familiar West Michigan name among his cabinet advisors. Read More

Attorney: Full repeal of Obamacare unlikely

Warner, Norcross & Judd partner believes parts of act that covers more than 24 million will be revamped.

November 18, 2016
Throughout his run to the White House, President-elect Donald Trump repeatedly pledged his intentions to scrap and replace President Barack Obama’s Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Read More

Street Talk: A long death march

Sprouting seeds.

March 11, 2016
Nothing is certain but death and … voting? Read More

Street Talk: Trumped-up charges?

Pass the word.

January 8, 2016
With the Iowa Caucus just three weeks away, concerns about the presidential candidates are starting to surface in the West Michigan business community. Read More