Economic Inequality

This has been one of Senator Sanders main topics. Now that he is stepping back a bit, will his concerns be reflected in the platform that is produced by the upcoming Democratic Convention? Should it be a major plank in the platform? What should it include? A raise in minimum Higher taxes for the top […]

Mass Murder

The recent massacre in Orlando is the latest addition to the long list of similar occurrences. The killers motive(s) are shrouded in the media hype but at this time it does appear that this person had some recognized severe mental problems and should not have been able to purchase automatic or semi-automatic weapons. I know […]

Random Mass Murders – Gun Control

Title – RANDOM MASS MURDERS  (Framed by the Administration as Gun Violence) 1      OBJECTIVE The objective of this study is to form an understanding of the current problem of irrational or random mass murders in the US, what is being done about it and what can/should be done about it. This is primarily an exercise […]

Who I am and why I’m here

My name is Steve DeLorey. I’ve been retired for several years and one of my projects has been to learn as much as I can about U.S. public policy issues. I’m a Wannabe Policy Wonk :-). Friends have suggested that I publish my studies on various issues but I feel they still need a lot […]

E&S School Turnaround

This week I heard an NPR interview with Dr. Tiffany Anderson, Superintendent of the Jennings Mo. school district. Jennings was on my list of unaccredited district when I started my study. I am amazed at the progress she has made. I’ve spent the last couple of days searching for, reading, and evaluating all she has […]