Michigan Policast for April 22, 2019
Walt, Amy, and Christine do something a little different this week. The redacted Mueller report was published last week, and the talk of impeachment is being heard all around the country. House should the Democrats in the Michigan congressional delegation respond? What about Elissa Slotkin and Haley Stevens, who both flipped formerly Republican districts?
- Read the Mueller Report: Searchable Document and Index
- The Mueller Report Is 448 Pages Long. You Need to Know These 7 Key Things.
- Impeach Donald Trump
- How Impeachment Ended Up in the Constitution (just kind of interesting 😉 )
- Dear Democrats: Mueller Just Handed You a Road Map for Impeachment. Follow It.
- Poll: Majority of voters accept Mueller’s conclusion on Russia
- Wikipedia explanation of the Title of Nobility Clause, also known as the Emoluments Clause
- Jon Hoadley for Congress
In Segment Two, Amy digs into the role that Michigan and Erik Prince played in the Mueller report. Some great details here from Amy’s research.
- Mueller report: Michigan’s role as 2016 battleground part of Russian meeting
- Mueller Report Offers More Evidence That Erik Prince Lied to Congress
- Erik Prince financed effort to find Clinton’s emails, Mueller report says
- Congress May Flag Erik Prince Testimony Discrepancies for DOJ: Report
- Fact check: Erik Prince’s public claims vs. the Mueller report
- Mueller report: Erik Prince’s secret meeting with Russia fell apart after its aircraft carrier went to Libya
- Michigan mentions in Mueller report point to Russian election plot
- Mueller report: Manafort mentioned Michigan to Russians
In Segment Three we leave Mueller behind and go back state government with the latest from Lansing, with special focus on MI Opportunity. Audio in this segment is from State Rep Sheryl Kennedy of Davison, who is a lifelong educator. Rich Studley of the Michigan Chamber of Commerce and Brian Calley of the Small Business Association of Michigan joined Rep Kennedy and Governor Whitmer at the announcement.
- MI Gov. getting GOP, business support for tuition-free programs
- Whitmer Scholarship Proposals Net Business Support
- Bipartisan lawmakers sponsor Whitmer scholarship, skills training programs
- Gov. Whitmer Leads Bipartisan Group to Announce Plans to Ensure Every Michigander has a Path to a High Wage Skill
- Dana Nessel, Michigan’s brash attorney general, plows through Lansing
- Michigan’s Dana Nessel: Roe v. Wade ‘likely’ to be overturned by U.S. Supreme Court
- Calley named President of Small Business Association of Michigan