For Mitt Romney, the love that dare not speak its name is "vouchers." Two weeks after he delivered a major address on education policy in which he never mentioned the V word, the New York Times detailed Romney's proposal to divert $25 billion in taxpayer dollars to religious, private and for-profit schools. But voters don't have to imagine what that plan, an old GOP twofer designed to subsidize Christian institutions while bludgeoning Democratic-friendly teachers unions, will do to American public education.
Rand Paul might not be literally plagiarizing Mitt Romney's words—he generally leaves plagiarizing to his ghostwriters—but he is doing a mighty fine impression of Mitt's willingness to say whatever he thinks is most politically expe... Read Post
Mitt Romney quietly unveiled his plans to reform the U.S. public education system, announcing the major policy proposal to a small group of conservative Latino business owners in Washington. There were no TV crews present. Like most... Read Post