Poverty’s grip chokes rural Michigan

Northern Michigan may boast multi-million-dollar beachside mansions and upscale second homes, but hiding in the cracks of that image are residents who are struggling to get food on the table. As the Great Recession fades in Michigan’s largest cities, its hold on small towns and villages remains stronger than statewide data suggests. Double-digit unemployment remains…

Is The Alt-Right Self-Destructing? – Trailer Park Brawls, Legal And Financi…

Time Magazine elaborated on the chaos surrounding the Charlottesville tragedy, reporting that: Violence erupted in the college town of Charlottesville on Aug. 12 [2017] after hundreds of white nationalists and their supporters who gathered for a rally over plans to remove a Confederate statue were met by counter-protesters, leading Virginia’s governor to declare a state…