Items Tagged with 'Election'


History suggests tax legislation is coming

December 9, 2016
The dust has started to settle following the elections Nov. 8. 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

Nonprofits strengthen voter engagement

November 4, 2016
What do nonprofits and voting have in common? Read More

Three reasons a true leader should cultivate talent in others

October 14, 2016
With the election season in full swing and the country witnessing a few debates, many Americans are questioning exactly what makes a good leader. Read More

In Aug. 2 election, all politics is local

July 29, 2016
The national political convention love fests (though that’s a strong adjective for the GOP) now give way to slugfests and what promises to be exhausting pre-election months. Read More

Leadership develops within a team, not on its own

July 22, 2016
Hard to believe, after all these months, the potential political leadership options for our country are becoming formalized for a vote in November. 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

What will be written about U.S. in summer of ’55?

September 4, 2015
Please fire the speechwriter whose candidate states, “This is the most critical election of a lifetime.” Read More

Legislators have crowned themselves as king

August 15, 2014
The Michigan Senate last week approved legislation along party lines which, if passed by the House, will supersede a Nov. 4 state ballot question posed for voters. Read More