It’s been another remarkable week in national and state politics. Nationally:
- A three-judge DC court of appeals panel unanimously shoots down Donald Trump’s claim that a President has full immunity from crimes.
- The Supreme Court signals that it will not allow states to take Trump’s name off the ballot.
- Nikki Haley comes in a distant second in Nevada, losing by 30 points to “none of the above.”
- The Republican caucuses in the House and Senate admit it: they are wholly owned subsidiaries of the Trump Organization.
- Former Fox News troublemaker Tucker Carlson joins Vladimir Putin’s PR staff.
- Meanwhile, the national economy keeps strengthening … but Joe Biden still doesn’t get credit from voters.
- The Wall Street Journal raises more than eyebrows with a story labeling Dearborn as “America’s Jihad Capital”.
- It turns out Kristina Karamo isn’t the only Republican Party chair who’s been fired. Former Michigan GOP chair Ronna “Don’t Call Me Romney” McDaniel is on her way out as national GOP chair.
- The Biden administration is in Michigan looking to make peace with angry Michigan Muslims and Palestinian-Americans.
- A landmark court case in the Oxford High School murders comes just days before new Michigan gun safety laws go into effect.
- And efforts are underway to undo one of the green energy laws that goes into effect next week. We’re joined by Nick Dodge of the Michigan League of Conservation Voters.
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