Category Archives: A Mike Pence Primer

Mike Pence’s fiscal (and total) conservatism

In my Indianapolis Monthly profile of Mike Pence,¬†which you can read here, I pointed out that Indiana’s new governor has taken “vocal conservative stands on just about every issue: foreign policy, fiscal policy, social matters, and more.” Yet the media … Continue reading

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Mike Pence’s religion

Time for my second supplemental post on Mike Pence. You can read the original¬†Indianapolis Monthly profile here, and near the end of it I describe asking Pence for some specifics about his personal faith. It’s a fair and vital question … Continue reading

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Mike Pence’s “Confessions of a Negative Campaigner”

On Friday, I linked to my long Indianpolis Monthly profile of Mike Pence. Today, I’ll post the first of four supplemental blog posts on Indiana’s new governor. While Pence served in Congress from 2000 to 2012, he took his first … Continue reading

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A profile of Mike Pence, Indiana’s new governor

[Indianapolis Monthly] In the January issue of Indianapolis Monthly, I’ve got a 5,000-word profile of Mike Pence. On January 14, Pence will be sworn in as Indiana’s new governor, and I talked to more than 30 of his friends, acquaintances, … Continue reading

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