Legislative malfeasance allowing executive to inject politics into state operations?
The operations of state government need to remain free of political consideration.
One might think that equal treatment under the law would be of primary concern. But the reality of (usually) leftist administrations is that they just cannot help themselves when opportunity comes under the guise of ‘regulatory’ services. Should we be surprised to see licensees being forced to accept controversial (or any specific) doctrine in order to ply their trades?
A letter from a friend who is a nurse, Abigail Nobel of Michigan Healthcare Freedom arrived. She reports – and makes a recommendation:
I received an email Tuesday that began:
Dear Licensee – The Bureau of Professional Licensing (BPL) within the Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) would like to inform you that the Public Health Code – General Rules have been revised which will require implicit bias training for your profession, effective June 1, 2022.
Last night's debate revealed the true order of things.
I really dislike having to cry foul about the ‘mainstream’ media.
Michigan has its own media issues, much of it protecting the bad actors in Lansing. Some of it locally even pursuing its own agenda. But in the national scene?
Indeed, after last night’s CNBC GOP debate, it will be a lot easier to do so. After the assault of “Do you still beat your mother” line of questions to a number of the candidates, it was apparent that there was no intention of talking about policy and the crushing debt our nation faces. The only purpose any liberal media outlets might have in such an event is to personally destroy each and every viable GOP contender for Team D’s advantage.
However, after Ted Cruz (to the right) said what needed to be said, it was clear the candidates would not be victims for the remainder of the carnival.
It simply got better from there. With little to no ‘friendly fire,’ in the balance of the show, there was something to cheer about from nearly all of the candidates.