Denver Day Three Part 2: Da Writers at #AmplifyChoice

The speakers and the presentations are obviously the meat of the Amplify Choice conference but no less important are the writers / blogger who attended and I spoke to as many as I had time to. Since there wasn't a lot free time I struck the lunch ine: I spoke to Kemberlee Kaye of Legal … Continue reading Denver Day Three Part 2: Da Writers at #AmplifyChoice

Every State Should Adopt the Nebraska-Maine Method for Assigning Electoral College Votes

It's not always fun being a conservative in California. When election day comes around, I'm used to casting my symbolic vote knowing that none of my candidates for national races have a chance of winning. It was the opposite when I lived in Oklahoma. I couldn't lose. Oh, what fun it would be to live in … Continue reading Every State Should Adopt the Nebraska-Maine Method for Assigning Electoral College Votes

Denver Day Three Part 1: Panels and speakers

After a pleasant reception at the end of day 2 for attendees on Day three in Denver the Franklin Center event began in earnest with the speakers. It started with a presentation from the Colorado League of Charter Schools which documented the improvements in Denver since the rise of Charter Schools. The fact that if … Continue reading Denver Day Three Part 1: Panels and speakers