Monthly Archives: January 2016

No Wasted Effort: How the Iowa Caucuses Work

Having just reviewed how the Iowa Caucuses work to prepare for this week’s Big Event, I bet there are few folks out there outside of Iowa (and maybe inside Iowa) who are not total elections nerds who understand the process. So before the press and pundits focus only on “Who Won,” I decided to share […]

What Happens in Vermont, Stays in Vermont …. at Least with Respect to College Tuition

In the course of doing research on the cost and price of higher education, I ran across a couple of tables that are very interesting in light of the debate between Democratic nomination candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton. Both want college education to be more accessible and affordable, but their assumptions and routes are […]