Kathleen Madigan feels Michigan’s pain.
“I sell more tickets in Detroit than in any other place than my hometown, and I think that’s because it has so much in common with St. Louis,” the comedian said. “You had the auto industry and we had the breweries, working-class jobs that paid well enough and included benefits.
“Now we’re the murder capitals; we flip-flop every year. It’s like ‘One more person and we could have beat them!’ It’s all kind of a reflection of what’s going on, though you’re building a new Chrysler plant.” Read the rest of the story