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Mitch Daniels, a Post contributing columnist, is president of Purdue University and a former governor of Indiana.
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.
Scorched-earth campaigning is ruining the country.
Moving federal agencies could make alienated heartland voters feel they have more of a stake.
If you don’t have a fun cross-cultural hobby, think of taking mine out for a spin (but don’t take my Harley just yet).
Two defenders of liberal causes find themselves arguing against the intolerance of those who had typically been allies.
Trying to eliminate almost all forms of confidential interaction in government has downsides.
Thankfully, the Constitution does not favor reckless blue states.