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Mitch Daniels, a Post contributing columnist, is president of Purdue University and a former governor of Indiana.
Only a leftist can lead the country fiscally where it desperately needs to go.
There may have been as many as 2,000 such artists a century ago. Now, there may be as few as two dozen.
We could all learn lessons down on the farm.
Scientists are propsoing an “energy-water corridor” along the boundary with Mexico.
Since this regressive, addictive, partially hidden tax is here to stay, might a little improvement still be conceivable?
A Yale program grants credit for a summer “odyssey” in the form of a road trip across the U.S.
The “throne speech” has become a tired, farcical theatrical experience more likely to promote cynicism than citizenship in its viewers.
In many ways, life is getting better.
A high grade-point average isn’t always a clear indicator of an enrollee’s potential.