The law, inspired by Arizona, is deemed unconstitutional. The Indiana bill, signed into law by the previous governor, Mitch Daniels, permitted warrantless arrests of non-citizens and prohibited the use of consular IDs as forms of identification. It was inspired by Arizona’s law, known as S.B. 1070 that took over some aspects of immigration enforcement from [...]
It wasn't that long ago that then-Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels was fileted for advising that conservatives declare a "truce" on social issues. Now some prominent conservatives are offering the same advice. Are these Daniels-aping conservatives boldly announcing their decisions? No. Show More Summary
Daniels should tell the APSCU members that they should curb their arrogant lobbying campaign, improve their programs, and halt their misconduct.
Due to his temperament, experience, and accomplishments, it was a sad day when Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels decided not to run for president of the United States. He's now a university president. Read his Open Letter to the People of Purdue for a sense of his substance and approach.
Former Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels is taking over as the president at Purdue University, and he’s already making some waves. Via Inside Higher Ed, Daniels sent an open letter to university employees criticizing the status quo in higher education. Here’s a list of quotes from Daniels’ letter. See how many of them apply, perfectly, to [...]Show More Summary
That could have been the headline in an alternate universe where outgoing Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels sought and won he Republican presidential nomination. Instead, the "motorcycle-riding, Reason-subscribing, ObamaCare-trashing,Postrel-and-Hayek-reading governor" with...Show More Summary
Indiana Right to Life President Mike Fichter today thanked Gov. Mitch Daniels for his pro-life efforts during his term as governor. Daniels, who upset pro-life advocates by saying pro-life issues should be downplayed, nonetheless compiled a strong pro-life record during his time in office. IRTL said Daniels, who will be replaced by pro-life Gov-elect Mike [...]
Hold onto your holsters, folks: shooting a cop dead is now legal in the state of Indiana.Governor Mitch Daniels, a Republican, has authorized changes to a 2006 legislation that legalizes the use of deadly force on a public servant —Show More Summary
Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels told National Review that he believes federalism "is, first and foremost, a protection of liberty" and that, without specifically endorsing the legalization of marijuana, he believes Washington and Colorado "under our system, had a right to do it." This is federalism in action, according to the Republican governor. Show More Summary
A reader writes: I'm so glad you posted that Mitch Daniels quote. Initially, it brought a smile to my face because as we all know, Governor Daniels was busted with a large amount of pot back when he was in...
Nine companies announced plans Tuesday to create up to 2,550 jobs in Indiana over the next six years, and Gov. Mitch Daniels promised more announcements in the weeks before he leaves office as he looks...
I haven’t seen any pigs zooming around lately, but I’m keeping my eyes open. That’s because Mitch Daniels and Rolling Stone agree on something: that the federal government has no business getting in the way of Washington and Colorado’s...Show More Summary
With each passing day, news seems to break of another Republican grown-up, pinning the party's presidential election loss on Mitt Romney's comments about the "47 per cent". Today came word of a bruising analysis from Mitch Daniels, the outgoing governor of Indiana. Show More Summary
Indiana's Republican Garbage Governor Mitch Daniels is leaving office, which, given the colossal nightmare that his tenure has been, you'd think would be good news. But his successor is Republican Mike Pence, who has made a nationalShow More Summary
That's Mitch Daniels at last week's Jeb Bush event, talking about the campaign to oust his state superintendent. Via Esquire via Klonsky
(Scott Johnson) Behind its subscriber wall, the Wall Street Journal quotes Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels speaking to a conference of the William F. Buckley Jr. Program at Yale University on November 30: Over the next few years and maybe just months, the debts we have accumulated and that this presidency has doubled will begin to assert themselves. Show More Summary
WITH each passing day, news seems to break of another Republican grown-up, pinning the party's presidential election loss on Mitt Romney's comments about the "47 per cent". Today came word of a bruising analysis from Mitch Daniels, the outgoing governor of Indiana. Show More Summary
Mitch Daniels reflected on Republican failings, but didn’t go quite far enough …