Why Obama 2.0 Is Good for Innovation
2012 Election / Mitt Romney / Obama Administration / Obama Job Performance / Stimulus Package / Tech Policy

Why Obama 2.0 Is Good for Innovation

Why Obama 2.0 Is Good for Innovation October 23, 2012   Click to Comment This is an important election for all Americans, but especially for those of us in the tech community since decisions we make in November will impact the state of American innovation both in the short-term and for years to come. On … Continue reading

Romney and the Calamitous Republicans
2012 Election / Mitt Romney / Radicalism / Republican Congress / Republican Obstructionism / Voter Suppression

Romney and the Calamitous Republicans

Romney and the Calamitous Republicans Democratic Underground September 24, 2012 The media is abuzz over what appears to be the implosion of the Romney campaign, with leading Republicans offering scathing “pre-eulogies” such as Peggy Noonan’s statement that the Romney campaign is a “rolling calamity”. Such a focus on the individual candidate’s tactical ineptitude obscures the … Continue reading

Mitt Romney: The “Us the People” Candidate (HuffPost)
2012 Election / Congressional Republicans / Election Reform / Mitt Romney / Republican Obstructionism / Republican Party

Mitt Romney: The “Us the People” Candidate (HuffPost)

July 17, 2012 http://www.huffingtonpost.com/bennet-kelley/mitt-romney-the-us-the-pe_b_1675699.html Mitt Romney: The “Us the People” Candidate Our national charter begins with three important words — “We the People.” These words were on my mind on Independence Day as I toured Berlin, a city where the echoes of history surround you. It is a history of America at its best, in … Continue reading

The GOP Declares Bankruptcy
2012 Election / Flops and Lies / Mitt Romney / Republican Party

The GOP Declares Bankruptcy

The GOP Declares Bankruptcy With Mitt Romney’s recent primary victories in Illinois, Maryland and Wisconsin, the inevitability factor has begun to set in and Romney is now the presumptive nominee having prevailed over an embarrassingly weak GOP field of candidates.  The good news for Republicans is that by embracing Romney the brutal primary fight soon … Continue reading