Stateside for Monday, August 3, 2015
Today on Stateside:
A group of unions is launching a petition drive to raise the corporate income tax rate in Michigan, a proposal that flies in the face of Gov. Snyder’s tax overhaul of 2011. The It’s Just Politics team of Zoe Clark and Rick Pluta break the proposal down for us.
It’s happened to the best of us: you said something online that you now regret. Can you take it back, or will your unfortunate emails, tweets and posts somehow live forever? Kimberly Springer sits down with us to talk about what users can do to combat Internet rant remorse.
There's no way you can look back at the history of rock and roll, and rock journalism, without looking at CREEM. Started at Wayne State University in 1969, the magazine was irreverent, profane and often brilliant. Susan Whitall and Leslie Pielacktalk with us about CREEM's legacy.
For many nonprofits in Detroit, access to sustainable funding is hard to come by. Amy Kaherl takes a look at one idea that could bring more donors and organizations together in our series, The Next Idea.
92 years ago yesterday, Warren G Harding became the sixth chief executive to die in office. The suddenness of his death quickly fueled rumors, including one bizarre claim that the first lady had poisoned him. Dr. Howard Markel joins us to discuss and dismiss some of the rumors surrounding Harding’s death.