Ride Along with Mitch

He treats waste in government as a moral offense. “Government isn’t a business, and it shouldn’t be run as a business,” he said. “But it can be more like business. It has a lot to learn from businessmen.” Government operates without the market pressures that produce efficiency and increase quality. The challenge for government leaders is to produce those pressures to economize internally, through an act of will. “Never take a dollar from a ... Full Story »

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Dwight Rousu
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by Dwight Rousu - Jun. 10, 2010

A puff piece on the religious right governor.

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Roland F. Hirsch
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by Roland F. Hirsch - Jun. 10, 2010

This news report is excellent journalism. It is an extensive explanation of the positions and actions of Gov. Mitch Daniels of Indiana. The reporter studied numerous articles and video materials about the governor and provides a large number of quotes from these sources. The reporter also observed the subject of his article in numerous settings and quotes persons in the state with varying viewpoints of Daniels' positions and actions.

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