CapCon’s top 10 most read stories of 2022
Michigan Capitol Confidential’s Top 10 stories of the year as measured by views
Michigan Capitol Confidential saw significant change this year with Tom Gantert, longtime managing editor, leaving to work at a national news site.
James David Dickson, the new managing editor, was hired in May. Dickson previously worked for The Detroit News and hit the ground running at CapCon. His focus is for CapCon to become the watchdog of Michigan’s government and ensuring that it serves the people with transparency and accountability.
CapCon has covered important topics exposing corruption, government ineptness and frivolous spending of taxpayer dollars. It informed readers of important information and data regarding COVID-19 and school district’s curriculum and staff trainings.
In 2022 CapCon has been seen on Fox News, and its stories have been covered by The Hill, The Big Show with Michael Patrick Shiels, Steve Gruber, and WJR News Talk 760 in Detroit.
The following stories made CapCon’s top ten most viewed list since Jan. 1, 2022.
1. In Obscene Video, Ferris State Professor Tells Students Final Grades Assigned Randomly
2. Rent control could be coming to Michigan mobile home parks
3. Farmington schools consultant sees problems with strong family structure
4. Pfizer admits: Covid vaccine was never meant to stop transmission
5. Michigan Schools DEI Director Wants Affinity Spaces With No White People Allowed
6. Parents Request School District’s ‘Critical Race’ Records, Get Bill For $409,000
7. Superintendent: No Kitty Litter Placed In School Restrooms For Students Who Identify As Animals
8. Stabenow has lost touch with Michigan residents
9. Michigan had the worst COVID lockdowns, yet more deaths than other states
10. Lenawee County commissioner listed himself as beneficiary in Phoenix Project
Michigan Capitol Confidential is the news source produced by the Mackinac Center for Public Policy. Michigan Capitol Confidential reports with a free-market news perspective.