Students for Life brought a pro-life message to Iowa State University, exposing students to the number of abortions Planned Parenthood does in one week.
Shane Vander Hart: Following Jesus and having and living a Biblical worldview do not conflict with one another. They are one in the same.
Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds announced Wednesday morning that no special legislative session would be necessary for Fiscal Year 2017.
Hillary Clinton says she will not rule out questioning the legitimacy of the 2016 presidential election if Russian interference is proven to be “deeper.”
Iowa GOP State Central Committee member Andy Cable said that unlike the nominating committee, State Central Committee members are known and accountable.
The Iowa GOP State Central Committee voted 9 to 8 in favor of a proposal that their membership replaces the nominating committee for RNC at-large delegates.
There are Christians who hold various opinions about the illegal immigration debate. What does the Bible say about immigrants and what does it mean for us?
Our Constitution created a federal government designed to be limited, and on this Constitution Day, our government officials should remember those limits.
The Des Moines Register’s editorial board suggests the Iowa Legislature implement a sin tax on sugary drinks to combat obesity and help the state budget.
Judicial Crisis Network launches ad slamming “Religious Litmus Test” imposed by Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) during her questioning of Amy Coney Barrett.
GOP Senate leadership blocked the Gillibrand-Collins Amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) allowing transgender military service.
Nonprofit organizations provide 80 percent of the disaster relief for events like Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma far surpassing the federal government.
Congressman Steve King (R-Iowa) wrongly believes that those whose parents brought them into the United States illegally are criminals as well.
A new GOP bill repeals the structure of Obamacare and replaces it with an annual block grant given to states to help individuals pay for health care.
University of Notre Dame President to Dianne Feinstein: “It is chilling to hear from a United States Senator that (faith) might now disqualify someone.”
ACT released a report this week that shows only 31 percent of Iowa’s graduates who took the ACT met all four of ACT’s college readiness benchmarks.