Secretary Vilsack’s First Hundred Days (Since, Ya Know, We’re Counting)

Back in December, I commented on President Obama’s choice of Tom Vilsack as Secretary of Agriculture, a job that, we all realize, has become an excruciatingly important. My immediate, knee-jerk reaction at the time was “Huh?” And then I expressed a different (and I hope more thoughtful) response.

That’s all by way of saying that there was a good piece in today’s Des Moines Register about Vilsack’s first hundred days (since, ya know, we’re all hell-bent now on critiquing and assessing leaders before they’ve even had time to figure out where their parking spaces and the nearest bathroom are . . . ) Worth reading.

One thought on “Secretary Vilsack’s First Hundred Days (Since, Ya Know, We’re Counting)

  1. I hope people read to the end because if we don’t accept “the significance of large-scale production” small-scale production will be crushed.

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