Day: May 16, 2017

NCMA luncheon – Discussing the future of the JBMDL with stakeholders

At the Naval Civilian Managers’ Association (NCMA) luncheon, where Lorna Phillipson and I were guest speakers…our Republican counterparts were invited, but were apparently unavailable. A very receptive audience, who asked pointed questions on the future of the JBMDL. Incidentally, Ms. Phillipson wowed them with her financial acumen…helps to be in a room full of engineers…

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National Education Association Questionnaire, with my annotated responses.

  (These answers are my own – not prepared by a paid staffer.) Submitted July 5th, 2016 Questions – (please see explanations attached) 1  Do you support requiring each state, as a condition of receiving federal ESEA funds, to submit a plan outlining how—over a period of years—it will remedy disparities in educational tools, services,…

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Hate “Citizens United v FEC”? Here’s a rational solution that doesn’t require weakening the First Amendment…

Follow the link, below, to view a non-justiciable solution to the hated “Citizens United v FEC” decision. https://www.scribd.com/doc/309611313/Change-the-RULES-2016-2017 Amending the Constitution to thwart this decision necessarily weakens the “First Amendment” rights of speech and assembly – and that will never do. There is a better way to address this – with Congress CHOOSING to police…

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In Response to Research!America – and a comparison of an unfavorable nature.

To illustrate the difference between my opponent and myself, these are the answers provided by me and by, apparently, a staffer from the MacArthur camp, in response to a survey.   We were each given only 150 words to illustrate our positions on continuation and expansion of funding for Medical and Pharmaceutical Research through the…

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