Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels, a potential Republican presidential candidate respected for his fiscal prudence, credits his success in government to the business skills he learned as a pharmaceutical executive.
The voucher program signed into Indiana law today will not only expand state control over schools by requiring adherence to a single curriculum, it will also cut into the market for non-accredited schools.
There are four real contestants in the Republican primary. They are as follows, and in no particular order: Mitch Daniels, Mitt Romney, Jon Huntsman, and Tim Pawlenty.
Bill Clinton's oft-quoted remark that, when choosing their candidate, "Democrats fall in love; Republicans fall in line" was a clever way to describe the nominating process for most of the last few decades. But it may be changing in 2012.
The Huffington Post's Sam Stein appeared on MSNBC's 'Hardball with Chris Matthews' on Thursday to discuss potential GOP presidential candidates. Matt...
Prolonged and systematic attacks on any group in an effort to take away their rights, voice, and respect in society are a hallmark of the bullying style in American politics.
Mike Huckabee has not declared he is a candidate for president, but it appears he is beginning to believe he can win the Republican primary.
The Huffington Post's Senior Political Editor Howard Fineman appeared Tuesday night on MSNBC's "The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell" to discuss Wisc...
From what I can tell, Indiana state Treasurer Richard Mourdock isn't just another Sharron Angle, Christine O'Donnell, or John Raese. While he's to the right of Lugar, he would appear to be a competent figure.
Recently, a group of Yale students launched a web-based campaign to encourage Republican Governor of Indiana Mitch Daniels to run for President in 201...
With 2010 elections now well behind us, jockeying for the Republican nomination for president begins in earnest.
It is no longer possible to justify a generation of double digit education inflation -- it can be avoided and dampens returns on education to society and individuals.
Where in the world are the young, inspiring new leaders for the next decade that will bring fresh ideas, programs and vision to the American public?
What if there just isn't anyone serious out there who can bridge the ascendant Tea Party movement with the GOP establishment? My bet is that the more Jeb Bush says "NO," the more the party will eventually demand that he be the candidate in 2012.
At the Good Men Project Magazine, we want to believe that there are a few good men in politics. We need to believe it. So we spent the last few months looking for them.
In Part 1 of this blog I argued that despite the defeat of the latest jobs bill in the Senate, seen in historical context, support for the once-taboo ...