Nathan Koski is a 23-year-old Michigan resident who works every morning as a porter at local Chrysler dealerships.
The small towns of northern Michigan that dot the coast of the Great Lakes offer some escape from the chaotic and hyperconnected world we live in.
A few weeks ago, in preparation for a meeting with a client at work, I started fishing around my computer for a list of some slang words used in various Spanish-speaking countries. I typed into my search window on my computer “slang,” thinking I’d find the document that way.
Pop quiz time! Has minority enrollment dropped, plateaued or risen since the beginning of Schlissel’s presidency? In a totally unscientific sampling of my housemates, each one chose one of the first two options.
Last year, I voted for Sen. Bernie Sanders in the Michigan primary. I was also one of the nearly 7 million small-dollar contributors that fueled the Bern.
In 2009, then-President Barack Obama entered into a historic bailout agreement with the U.S. auto manufacturers pursuant to which the auto companies agreed to comply with emission standards regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Dear Mr. Carlson,
I had not heard of you prior to the “Tucker Carlson Interview Request” I received to my work account last weekend (forgive me, Fox News wasn’t ever really my thing).
On the morning of June 14, 2017, a few Republican lawmakers were at Eugene Simpson Stadium Park in Alexandria, Va. when shots ran out.
Late one night when I was five years old, unable to sleep, I wandered out of my bedroom to find my mom watching TV in our living room. Despite her futile protests for me to go back to bed, I sat with her on the couch to see what she was watching.
“You shot four bullets into him, sir,” were the words Lavish Reynolds, uttered over Facebook livestream after Officer Jeronimo Yanez shot Philando Castile on July 6, 2016.