As can be seen in the graph below, Romney’s base defense budget will increase by $355 billion (55%) from 2013 to 2022. But is that enough to protect the United States from an existential military threat from other nations? A case study my be illustrative. Source: http://goo.gl/Z1ryD Since Romney has characterized Russia as “our number … More The Xs and Os of the proposed Romney Military Budget
“I would love to have the students grade the teachers at the end of the year as opposed to just the other way around so that teachers get feedback. We did that when I got to graduate school. We got to grade the teachers and then it was published. They put it up for the whole … More Mitt misses on education – students grading teachers is strategically flawed.
On May 23, 2012, the presumptive Republican presidential candidate released a white paper titled “A Chance for Every Child, Mitt Romney’s Plan for Restoring the Promise of American Education.” One theme in the paper was to extend a voucher program to students that would allow them to select what school they thought best fits their … More Missing the big picture: Romney’s Business Approach to Improving Education
The inevitable Republican presidential nominee, Mitt Romney, has an impressive record as a venture capitalist and is running neck and neck with President Obama in most polls. With Mr. Romney having a credible chance of becoming the next president of the United States it might be interesting to consider how experience as a successful venture … More If a venture capitalist ran America