Monthly Archives: April 2012

Lobbying in the Age of Analytics

One person’s “education” is another person’s “lobbying.” It has always been thus. But despite a certain definitional elasticity that’s intrinsic to politics, it’s widely recognized that a strong backbone to any effective education/lobbying effort is good information — pertinent data, compelling facts, knowledge of the political landscape over which the battle is waged. The informational… Read More »