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Public-Private Partnerships ( P3s) can be a major component of strategies to solve national infrastructure problems.

In recent testimony before a U.S. Senate panel,  Mitch Daniels, one time governor of Indiana, director of the Office of Management and Budget and now president of Purdue University, shared his thoughts on how public-private partnerships( P3s) can be a major component of strategies to solve national infrastructure problems. 794 more words

Duane Morris Government Strategies

One of the Last Standing Culture Warriors

As in every presidential year, Indiana is once again holding a gubernatorial election in 2016.  Governor Mike Pence recently announced his intention to seek a second term, thus ending any sort of presidential speculation for this cycle.   862 more words

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Mitch Daniels on How to Cut Government & Improve Services

ReasonTV, May 2015

Former Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels served in office from 2005 to 2013 and in eight short years accomplished more than most politicians manage in a lifetime. 192 more words


The "Higher Education" Bubble: An Update

Many have written about the scandalous rate of inflation in college and university tuition. Tuition has risen faster than overall inflation. Total higher ed costs (including state support) have risen even faster than medical costs, and medical care has gotten much better even as higher education has gotten much worse! 1,283 more words


KATE BACHELDER: How to Save American Colleges

Wall Street Journal — The Purdue president on freezing tuition, how to reduce student debt, and busting the accreditation cartel.

With acceptance letters in hand, millions of high-schools seniors ruminating over where to attend college—and their parents who are panicked that their kid might pick the place with the best climbing wall—should all take a breath: It doesn’t much matter where you go to college. 33 more words


Fortune's 50 Greatest World Leaders: #41 Mitch Daniels

This past week, Fortune released its annual list of the greatest world leaders. As with previous years, the list contained some well-known names, some unknown names, and even some unexpected names. 486 more words