Author Archives: Rom Mark Carl

Reflections on Global Climate Change

An innocent Facebook post by my colleague Clyde Wilcox transmogrified into a “yes it is” and “not it’s not” wallfest on climate change (with Mike Brown and Mark Hines engaging). Mark believes that climate change — sometimes known as ‘global … Continue reading

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What Can We Expect from a Divided Congress

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The Ryan Choice?

The Ryan Choice

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Soomo Publishing Blogs on Our Research on Political Bias

You can read about it here….

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Data Data Data…The American Way

Here’s a nice blog post about the Stateminder website we are developing…    

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Gay Families and the Courts: The Quest for Equal Rights

My review of Gay Families and the Courts: The Quest for Equal Rights is forthcoming in the Journal of Women, Politics and Policy

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Congress and Financial Shenanigans

Should members of Congress be allowed to use inside knowledge in their investment decisions? This is not a trick question.  The answer is: No.

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Mark Carl Rom

 

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Cheating with Clickers?

Possible. Pernicious. Preventable.

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Feds’ Role in Schools Re-Emerges as 2012 Issue

Republican presidential candidates are increasingly using the federal Department of Education as a punching bag, citing it as yet another example of big government’s heavy hand in local affairs. But this time, the Education Department is punching back. Ok, so I have … Continue reading

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