From the May 2016 commencement speech by Purdue President Mitch Daniels: But nothing will improve your odds more than the characteristic that got you into this auditorium today. Ask the great achievers of history, like our greatest inventor,...Show More Summary
(Steven Hayward) • George Will thinks Republicans should ditch Trump and draft Mitch Daniels for president. I heartily agree with the idea, though I doubt you can persuade Daniels to do it. I tried once, in 2011. Will: Without explicitly mentioning the paranoia currently convulsing many campuses, Daniels identified its origin. Show More Summary
Purdue University President Mitch Daniels on Thursday (Feb. 25) called on leaders in the public, private and nonprofit sectors to push back against the attackers of biotechnology in agricultural production. Daniels was a keynote speaker at the annual Agricultural Outlook Forum in Arlington. Show More Summary
There were Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal and Senator Joni Ernst from Iowa and then governors Bob McDonnell of Virginia and Mitch Daniels of Indiana. And who could forget Florida Senator Marco Rubio and his awkward water break? AndShow More Summary
Take a look at the difference between Mizzou and Purdue University (run by Mitch Daniels) in 2015.
Remember when Mitch Daniels, Reasonable Conservative, was a thing when pundits were talking about Republican presidential candidates? Those were good times. Well, Daniels is now president of Purdue. There have been a lot of racist incidents during his presidency: Last December, more than 150 Purdue students marched to Daniels’ office in a “Purdue Can’t Breathe” […]
Anyone who is unaware that we face a massive problem involving college student debt, contact Earth at your first convenience. The troubling facts are almost universally known: After tripling in 10 years, this debt totals more than $1.3 trillion, which is more than the debt for credit cards, auto...
Mitch Daniels did a big pitch for making student loans more complex and more profitable for the financial industry in a Washington Post column today. The basic story is that he is pushing "income-share agreements" where students contract...Show More Summary
Next door in Indiana, Mike Pence and Mitch Daniels and their major cuts to education have had a nasty secondary effect: since Republicans have demonized schoolteachers as greedy, evil union thugs for years now, the Hoosier State can’t find enough qualified applicants to fill needed teaching positions. Show More Summary
As prelude, let’s start with this model by Mark Weber: Anyway, Frank Bruni had an op-ed piece in which he wrote the following (boldface mine): Mitch Daniels, the former governor of Indiana, didn’t wholly disagree. I approached him because he … Continue reading ?
Purdue University President Mitch Daniels thinks that there’s something wrong with with college sports, and that the NCAA and its member institutions better fix the current system before the courts or Congress fix it for them. “I’m still...Show More Summary
Indiana Republican Gov. Mike Pence Leading Off: • IN-Gov: Well, this would be fascinating. Bill Oesterle, a Republican who managed Mitch Daniels' first campaign for governor in 2004, just stepped down as CEO of the review website Angie's List—and he says he may primary the guy who succeeded Daniels, Gov. Show More Summary
Illinois is facing budget crisis, and Gov. Bruce Raune has a plan to address the state’s financial woes that comes straight out of the playbook of Midwestern Republican governors like Scott Walker in Wisconsin and Mitch Daniels in Indiana. Image:...Show More Summary
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Wall Street Journal op-ed: How Student Debt Harms the Economy, by Mitch Daniels (President, Purdue University): To the growing catalog of damage caused by the decades-long run-up in the cost of higher education, we may have to add another casualty. On top of the harm high tuition and other charges...
George Will once noted that if Mitch Daniels, the accomplished and mild-mannered man who was then the Governor if Indiana, decided to run for president, he would have the charisma of competence. I often think about that expression. So many political candidates opt for the charisma and seem to assume that the competence part can be farmed out. Show More Summary