Hunter Baker As I write at 9:30 p.m. Central Time on Tuesday, Governor Mitt Romney has been projected as the winner in both the Arizona and Michigan primaries. With these victories, he has blunted the most potent attack on his campaign thus far.
Prior to last week's debate, Rick Santorum was building up a powerful head of steam as perhaps the most serious challenger for the mantle of the 'anti-Mitt' candidate in a campaign full of pretenders with feet of clay. However, at that debate Santorum stumbled badly and failed to realize that he simply could not defend his practice of attaching earmarks to bills (even if that practice is fully defensible). One cannot convince an audience hostile to earmarks of the righteousness of the practice in 30 seconds or less. At multiple points, Romney (who bears a tremendous natural load of suspicion that he is a big-government moderate) was able to rouse the crowd against Santorum, who ended up sounding like a man who loves government programs as long as they align with his worldview.
Michigan Residency for Divorce In Kar v Nanda, ___ Mich App ____ (2011), the Michigan Court of Appeals [?COA?] on January 13, 2011, held that a person residing in Michigan as a student at a university who intended to remain in Michigan to complete an advanced degree, but then intended to return to her native country of India, was a ?resident of Michigan? and was ?residing in Michigan? for the purposes of subject matter jurisdiction.
Michigan abortions decrease 13.9% LifeSiteNews: "A total of 22,357 abortions were reported in Michigan in 2009. This is a 13.9% decrease since 2008 and a 54.4% decrease since 1987, which saw the greatest recorded number of abortions in Michigan...