Sandy Kress - Advocate & Leader in Education

Sandy Kress made a personal decision 25 years ago to transfer the energy and spirit he had devoted earlier in his life in the partisan political arena to the task of reforming public education. Sandy Kress has said, “It came to me way back then that if we get education right, our people will do… Continue Reading

Russell Westbrook Should Win – Narrowly

Russell Westbrook Should Win – Narrowly

Amidst many thrilling sports stories this year, we now have a stunning competition for the NBA MVP. Watching several future Hall of Famers duke it out – how cool! I suspect this is not the year for reigning champ, Stephen Curry. Nor will it be for Chris Paul or Kevin Durant, two extraordinary players who’ve… Read More…

Think about it, Senator Schumer

Think about it, Senator Schumer

I am increasingly reluctant to write about political matters these days. Though politics used to be both my avocation and vocation, I’ve turned my attention and passion elsewhere in recent years. Further, as divided as we are, I resist contributing to that division. So, when I blog on politics, I tend to do so as… Read More…

Where’s the Energy in the Middle?

Where’s the Energy in the Middle?

I see the money, energy, and effort in education on both extremes. Do you? The side that fights to the death to protect the status quo has tons of it and pours tons of it into play. So does the other side that wants to go purely to private school choice as if that will… Read More…

Bannon Pays Soros to Pay Protestors

Bannon Pays Soros to Pay Protestors

OK, OK – there’s no truth at all to that headline. One could even say it’s a “fake headline.” Steve Bannon would never support anything George Soros does. And George Soros would never be associated with Steve Bannon. But there’s a serious point I hope to make by it. Before I do, I want to… Read More…