Mourdock says that the U.S. will now see higher government interest rates, but the lowering of the credit rating will not greatly affect Indiana government.
The plan calls for more domestic oil production, increased fuel efficiency in vehicles, and incentives for energy performance in buildings.
Lugar said there are circumstances where President might be justified in employing military force without Congressional approval, but none of those apply here.
Indiana Senior Senator Richard Lugar was in Bloomington this afternoon talking foreign policy to the city’s Chamber of Commerce.
Mourdock admits his five-term incumbent opponent will have more money for the campaign, but said money is not as important as constituent motivation.
For the first time since he was elected to the Senate, Richard Lugar will face an opponent in the primaries.
Tea Party Groups from across Indiana are trying to send a message of unity.
Sen. Evan Bayh is saying farewell to Hoosiers, but not ruling out another run for office.