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  1. Column: Mr. Obama goes to war

    President Barack Obama has come to the realization that the war on terror doesn't end simply because you quit fighting it. The rest of America must get to the same place.

  2. GOP wave may instead be undertow

    Those who are looking for a Republican wave building for the November election won't find evidence of it in Michigan.

  3. Poor-mouthing the presidency

    Diehard defenders of Barack Obama's disintegrating presidency have shifted to a new story line: It's not that the president is doing too little, it's that we expect too much.

  4. Mark Schauer joins the war on women

    It is richly ironic that Schauer so ardently embraced the nomination of a pro-life Supreme Court candidate at last weekend's state party convention.

  5. Will Snyder find votes in Detroit?

    A Republican governor hunting for votes in Detroit might as well wear a blindfold. The city is so loyally Democratic that 60 percent of voters just walk into the booth, yank the donkey's tail and walk out.

  6. Court deal may take heat out of election

    For the first time in 16 years, the state Supreme Court races on Michigan's fall ballot may be lightly battled, low-key affairs. After a string of bitterly contested and hugely expensive court campaigns, Republicans and Democrats are calling a truce.

  7. Detroit, suburbs near deal on regional water authority

    Perhaps the most vexing piece of Detroit's financial recovery puzzle is about to fall in place. The suburbs and city are finalizing a deal to turn over ownership and operation of the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department to a regional authority.

  8. Column: Syncora stinking up bankruptcy

    Whether Detroit's bankruptcy ends in a neatly wrapped package or drags into a long and expensive court fight depends on how the poker game plays out over the next 12 days between the city and its last holdout creditor.

  9. Cruise is big, but it could be bigger

    The Woodward Dream Cruise is the coolest organic festival in the country. It's big. But it could be so much bigger and better for the region.

  10. A progressive with punch

    If Ohio's senior senator were named Sharon Brown instead of Sherrod Brown, progressives would have a plausible political pin-up and a serious alternative to the tawdry boredom of Hillary Clinton's plod toward her party's presidential nomination.

  11. Tea party must come to its senses

    Michigan's tea party revolt fizzled in Tuesday's primary. Insurgent Republicans picked up only a couple of state House seats, but otherwise were turned back in their bid to punish GOP lawmakers. Now the movement has to decide who its real enemies are.

  12. Ficano nice, but never his own man

    In a county where voters value name ID and incumbency over everything, Bob Ficano was on his way to being turned out in Tuesday night's primary balloting, a clear rebuke of the scandals that plagued his office during the past term.

  13. Column: Throw book at graffiti vandals

    Normally I'm not a lock-'em-up guy. But I do hope the three cute little suburban teens busted for spray painting graffiti on downtown Detroit buildings spend at least a little time wearing orange jumpsuits.

  14. Gov's race shouldn't be this close

    The most comfortable bet I would make in this election season is that Gov. Rick Snyder would win re-election, and easily.

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