Politics & Elections

Michigan congressional candidate Carl Marlinga may be a Democrat, but his favorite Supreme Court justices are uncompromising conservatives

With abortion rights in jeopardy, the Democratic frontrunner aligned himself with GOP-appointed justices

By Steve Neavling

Carl Marlinga, the apparent frontrunner in the Democratic primary for a new U.S. House seat in Macomb and Oakland counties, previously aligned himself with conservative U.S. Supreme Court justices in a survey from an anti-abortion group. Marglina filled out the Right to Life-LIFESPAN survey in 2012 when he was a candidate for Macomb County Probate Court judge and indicated that the justices who most possess a judicial philosophy similar to his own were Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas, uncompromising conservatives who were appointed by Republican presidents...

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Metro Detroiters march for Palestine on 74th anniversary of Nakba

In Dearborn, metro Detroiters gathered on Sunday to commemorate the Nakba, also known as the Palestinian Catastrophe, or the creation of Israel…

By Marc Klockow

Metro Detroiters march for Palestine on 74th anniversary of Nakba
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Everyone we saw marching for reproductive rights in Detroit on Saturday

Detroiters took to the streets to march in support of abortion rights on Saturday, May 7, following the leak of a draft…

By Marc Klockow

Everyone we saw marching for reproductive rights in Detroit on Saturday
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Detroiters march for abortion rights following news that ‘Roe v. Wade’ could soon be overturned

Detroiters took to the streets to march in support of abortion rights on Tuesday, May 3, following the leak of a draft…

By Marc Klockow

Detroiters march for abortion rights
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30 essential Detroit area brunches you should have tried by now

Nothing says spring has sprung quite like brunch. Sure, you can technically brunch in the fall and winter, but it’s just something…

By Metro Times Staff

Social Kitchen
225 E. Maple Rd., Birmingham; 248-594-4200; socialkitchenandbar.com

Chicken and waffles are a brunch favorite, but at Social Kitchen, it’s more than a brunchtime entree — it’s also a cocktail. Social takes what we know about a typical old fashioned and elevates it by adding crispy fried chicken and a waffle biscuit.

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