Actually banning abortion will be a shock to a lot of people’s systems

The self-styled abortion foes are on the verge of a great victory. With Trump’s historic three Supreme Court appointments, an anti-choice majority that has demonstrated little respect for precedent is firmly entrenched on the Court.

Brett Kavanaugh, for example, overturned an established precedent in Edwards v. Vannoy. He took this…

How increasing the minimum wage would actually increase employment

When I was practicing law, clients would often tell me “I couldn’t sell my house.” To that statement, I had a stock response: “Yes you could sell your house. You can always sell your house. The question is whether you can sell it for the price you want.”

The recent…

I’m ashamed of my profession

Last night, my wife and I sat down to watch the Britney Spears documentary produced by The New York Times called “Framing Britney Spears.” I must admit that I expected to see some light entertainment, enjoying the escapism that our celebrity culture often provides us.

What I did not expect…

Biden is in danger of making the same mistake as his former boss

Ah compromise.

Somehow, this procedural approach to negotiation has been elevated to a policy goal by some who lack conviction. Democrats, of course, always quick to try to make people happy, jump when offered a “compromise” which is often nothing more than a watered-down version of what is really needed.

Michael Greiner

Mike is an Assistant Professor of Management for Legal and Ethical Studies at Oakland U. Mike combines his scholarship with practical experience in politics.

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