Dan Coats
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"Daniel Ray "Dan" Coats" is the Seniority/senior United States Senate/United States Senator from Indiana and a member of the Republican Party (United States)/Republican Party. He was in the United States Senate from 1989 to 1999, retired, and then returned in 2011.

Born in Jackson, Michigan/Jackson, Michigan, Coats graduated from Wheaton College, Illinois/Wheaton College in Illinois and Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law. He served in the United States Army/U.S. Army from 1966 to 1968. Before serving in the U.S. Senate, Coats was a member of the United States House of Representatives, representing Indiana's 4th congressional district from 1981 to 1989. He was appointed to fill the Senate seat vacated by Dan Quayle following Quayle's United States presidential election, 1988/election as Vice President of the United States in 1988. Coats won the United States Senate special election in Indiana, 1990/1990 special election to serve the remainder of Quayle's unexpired term, as well as the United States Senate election in Indiana, 1992/1992 election for a full six-year term. He did not seek reelection in United States Senate election in Indiana, 1998/1998, and was succeeded by Evan Bayh.

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Promise Keepers, I believe, is on the right track, and people who fear the political involvement ... I don't think they see Promise Keepers for what it is.

He's a singer. Opera, anything you need.

The president said that would harm Social Security. But when the president wanted to spend that same money on bigger government, his concern for Social Security evaporated.

If great intellectual powerhouse is a qualification to be a member of the court and represent the American people and the wishes of the American people and to interpret the Constitution, then I think we have a court so skewed on the intellectual side that we may not be getting representation of America as a whole.

The White House is doing everything it can to determine what documents wouldn't fall under executive privilege or attorney-client privilege.

They will need to find some way that does not violate the separation of powers, unless they are just trying to score political points.

I'm not going to affirm that. I'll just say he's a serious student of the law.

I guess it'll be kind of nice as far as building the area up.