Tag Archives: Mitch Daniels

Mitch Daniels to Drop Out of Politics

After completing his current term as Indiana’s governor in January, Gov. Daniels will drop out of politics completely and take the position of University of Purdue President. The Purdue Board of Trustees voted unanimously on Daniels acceptance  on Thursday after multiple interviews with the search committee. Daniels will replace outgoing President France Cordova who will… Read More »

SB1: Indiana’s “No Illegal Police Entry” Bill

Last night, the Indiana General Assembly passed Senate Bill 1, which, once signed into law, will resolve a nearly year-long deprivation of the civil rights of residents of the State of Indiana. Readers who have followed me for the last year will be aware of my previous “Outrage In Indiana” posts on this very subject. For those who haven’t, let… Read More »

Mitch Daniels Will Not Run for President

In an email to supporters, Mitch Daniels announced on Sunday that he will not be running for President. The counsel and encouragement I received from important citizens like you caused me to think very deeply about becoming a national candidate, Daniels continued, In the end, I was able to resolve every competing consideration but one,… Read More »

Mitch Daniels Defunds Planned Parenthood

Despite his earlier call to avoid social issues, Indiana Governor and possible presidential candidate Mitch Daniels has weighed into the most contentious of social issues: abortion. Daniels signed into law a measure that would nullify all existing contracts between the state and planned parenthood clinics and would prevent the creation of future contracts. This will… Read More »

CDN Staff Panel Live Radio Show – The Plain, Hard Truth

Several of our staff and I made the jump to live internet radio. The Plain, Hard Truth aired it’s first show on Thursday, April 14th at 8pm Pacific/11pm Eastern. Our continuing fixed who time will be 7pm Pacific/10pm Eastern. While CDN is our serious side, the radio outlet is meant to show that we are… Read More »