Snyder governance is more of a faith-based initiative requiring voters to reject facts and rely on his usual aplomb.
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I’ll admit upfront that I oppose school vouchers for policy reasons, but I absolutely believe that states have the right to institute these programs.
There was also news last week of important legal progress in another fight for equal access: school choice.
The Nerd mimics The Knife. Rick Snyder’s gubernatorial twin, Indiana Businessman-Governor Mitch “The Knife” Daniels, for years vowed that he had no interest in signing a right-to-work bill. Like Snyder, Daniels saw it as an unnecessarily divisive issue that impeded his budget reform priorities. Yet when Indiana’s right-to-work bill crossed Daniels’ desk this January, The … Continue Reading →
Voting out Senator Dick Lugar is currently the biggest bet of the 2012 season. The payoff, however, is a real concern. The decision to unseat the third-longest serving Senator wasn’t just a bet, it was betting the farm on Indiana State Treasurer Richard Mourdock. A round of applause, first. One has to wonder what the … Continue Reading →