My main philosophical analytical blogging goes on over at The Delaware Libertarian, and you are cordially invited to swing by there on a daily basis. This site (and its soon-to-be successor to which I will migrate in about a week) are reserved for more specifically campaign oriented materials. But from time to time I will give you a head's up on information that is directly relevant to current issues in Delaware.
Tonight, three links:
Two semi-random (but critical) facts about public education . . .
In which you will learn what outside evaluations say about Delaware, Governor Markell, and Race to the Top . . .
Spin versus Reality in today's Delaware . . .
. . . which compares (on a much larger scale) what the Governor says about how well we are doing with how well CNBC says we're doing.
Delaware is currently a TWO-payer health insurance State, and why we'll stay that way . . .
. . . in which I show you why attempts to bring single-payer to Delaware, or to bring competitiveness to our insurance exchanges, or even to get better service are not going to be successful because our political leaders have left us with one giant, monopolistic mess in the private insurance field.
If, after you read these, you come to the conclusion that you're discovering information that nobody else is giving you, and you'd like these kinds of facts taken to the General Assembly, think about heading to the right-hand side of the page and making a donation. $5 is not too small, and anything below $601 is not too large.
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