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The inaccurate adage “Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” can be given some merit and would apply here! 22 more words

Ken We Drain It? Yes We Can!

Former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli is working to oust do-nothing Republicans during the 2018 midterm elections. This, in my opinion, is good news.

The Republican failure to repeal Obamacare was “a vote a whole election can turn on,” Cuccinelli said.

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Don't be Fooled by the Gerrymandering Gimmick

This is another piece that I published on Whitford v. Gill, the gerrymandering case that the Supreme Court will hear this year.  It is available at the… 140 more words

6 Digital Strategies, and Why Some Work Better than Others

(Source: hbr.org)

To understand what makes digital transformations successful, we clustered companies in two ways. First, based on the level of boldness of their corporate strategy, and second based on the digital strategy they were pursuing. 1,047 more words

Money Matters

Trump Still Lacking Incumbents in Many Vital White House Positions

Nearly 200 days into his presidency, Donald Trump is yet to fill more than 75% of the vital Executive branch jobs. Is it possible that this is due to the lack of qualified personnel who could competently preform at that job and who believe in Mr.Trump’s presidency? 212 more words


Editorial: Incumbents should not get to pick their successors

Incumbent political officeholders have a tremendous advantage, and some in Oregon have apparently found a way to extend that advantage by seeming to handpick their successors. 59 more words

Oregon Legislature

The Gerrymandering Jackpot!

It’s 2017 and guess what? Virginia is STILL trying to finalize its redistricting plans…based on the 2010 census.  What is going on?

The constitution entrusts the process of drawing state legislative and congressional district lines to the state legislatures.  873 more words