EXCLUSIVE Cardi B and Offset are clearly re-establishing the family unit ... by enjoying a night out together at a strip club!!! The couple hit up OAK in Atlanta Saturday at around 3 AM. They hung out together and enjoyed the show, all the while protected by security. Cardi's the headliner Saturday night at the Bud Light Super Bowl Music Fest at the State Farm Arena. Migos is performing at Shaq's Fun House Big Game Weekend. Cardi's made it clear ... there may have been some bumps in the road in her marriage, but she and Offset are determined to make it work. We got Cardi Thursday at LAX as she FaceTimed her hubby. She didn't have a lot to say but made it clear ... the relationship is in repair mode. … [Read more...] about Cardi B Offset Hit Up Atlanta Strip Club During Super Bowl Weekend
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opinion The Detroit News Published 10:15 PM EST Jan 30, 2019 The revolving door keeps spinning in Lansing, delivering politicians from their elected offices into high-paid lobbying jobs with barely a moment in between. At least seven state officials who found themselves without posts when their terms expired on Jan. 1 are now at work trying to influence their former colleagues, according to a Detroit News report. More: Outgoing state officials turn to lobbying under lax Michigan rules Among them: former Lt. Gov. Brian Calley, who in his campaign for governor advocated a two-year waiting period between the time a politician leaves office and when he or she can register as a lobbyist. Also on the list are former state Reps. Tim Greimel and Robert Kosowski, and former state Sens. Dave Hildenbrand, Goeff Hansen and Dave Knezek. In addition, new Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has hired several former lobbyists to staff key positions in her administration, including Daniel Eichinger … [Read more...] about Editorial: Slow down the revolving door
Jonathan Oosting The Detroit News Published 12:04 AM EST Jan 24, 2019 Lansing — As a candidate for governor last year, former Lt. Gov. Brian Calley proposed ending the “revolving door” in state government by prohibiting state officials from working as paid lobbyists for two years. Two days after leaving office, Calley registered as a lobbyist after landing a new job as president of the Small Business Association of Michigan, where he says lobbying will be only a small part of his larger role at the advocacy and member services organization. The 41-year-old Calley is among at least seven former state officials and lawmakers who have registered as lobbyists or joined lobbying firms since leaving office at the end of 2018. Many had voted for or co-sponsored "cooling-off period" bills that would have prevented them from jumping straight into lobbying, including former Senate Appropriations Chairman Dave Hildenbrand, a Lowell … [Read more...] about Outgoing state officials turn to lobbying under lax Michigan rules
Nice Price Or Crack Pipe Is this used car a good deal? You decide! Today’s Nice Price or Crack Pipe Ferrari represents what might be considered a rare styling stumble for the venerable Italian marque. Let’s see if that, and it’s modestly rough appearance, might make stumbling into it worth its asking. There’s a lot of debate in philosophical circles as to the inherent value of being number one. Being the first in certain circumstances—first foot print on the moon, first atop Everest, etc.—is generally considered a notable achievement, and one worthy of celebrating. On the other hand, being #2 isn’t always that bad, I mean who doesn’t appreciate a good poop every now and then? In the case of automobiles—or in fact most reasonably complicated mechanical devices—being first may prove a path forged with pitfalls. After all, who gets everything right the first time out? In the case of the first Audi Quattro—as represented … [Read more...] about At $39,500, Could This 1992 Ferrari 348Tb Prove a ‘Grate’ Deal?
THE STEERING SAID NOTHING. NOT A WHISPER, a suggestion as to what might be happening at the front tires. The wheel was mostly a knob for making your chair point a different direction—and it was most definitely not a seat but a chair, bolt-upright and miles from the floor. It lived at the front of a huge metal box, the space hollow and empty. Every few seconds, the steering column would burp up little shudders of cowl shake, almost apologetically, as if it were connected to something far away and unimportant and really just sorry to have bothered you, go back to what you were doing, everything down here is cool. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below But that wasn’t the focus. More the bellowing side pipe under the right front door and the way you had to elbow the whole thing into a corner in a sort of broad-shoulders jostle. After which this four-wheeled office building would just kind of slither-whomp onto the next straight and hump off toward the next corner and … [Read more...] about The Glorious Madness of Japanese Dodge Van Racing