John Engler

Dr. Samuel Stanley Jr., the former president of Stony Brook, will be the fourth person to lead the school since Lou Anna K. Simon stepped down last year.
Just days earlier, he claimed Larry Nassar's victims were "enjoying" their moment in the "spotlight."
"You know, the awards and recognition," said Michigan State University's John Engler.
William Strampel, a former dean at Michigan State, allegedly covered up Nassar’s behavior and assaulted his own students.
The 120 survivors wrote that Engler, a former state governor, “only reinforced the culture of abuse."
It's the necessary work we must do to heal and change our culture.
Three of the nation's most prominent trade associations are striking back at a corporate disclosure study that concludes large companies are increasingly more transparent about their politicking.
Politicians repeat deceptive talking points about broken schools while ignoring the elephant of poverty and racism in the room. So-called educational reform has been an failure and even Estee Lauder herself couldn't make this a pretty picture.
Who knows? County-wide districts might actually work. We can all believe in our leaders and hope they have our best interests at heart. But, as usual, follow the money.
The tragic grounding of the cruise ship Costa Concordia off the coast of Italy last week, resulting in at least six deaths
The recent outsized importance given to a small band of anti-government activists only sets up an epic struggle between Big Government Obama and the Angry Anti-Tax crowd. As usual, we ignore the majority in the middle.
Since precious few Americans, even those in the same political party, agree on how to realign America, a typecast smack down between CEOs and unionists might have begun when they met. But it didn't.
What happens when a Republican strategist tries to figure out why the party keeps hemorrhaging votes? Well, in Michigan, he loses his job.
Economic recovery cannot mean re-enabling the gluttony of manic consumption without pumping up "production" and getting a more balanced portfolio between what we produce at home and ship in from others.