Iowa House Approves Bill to Legalize Suppressors

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(Des Moines, IA) Yesterday the Iowa House passed HF 2381 in overwhelming bipartisan fashion with a 83-16 vote.  The bill, originally HF 384, was authored by State Representative Matt Windschitl (R-Missouri Valley).  The bill if it passes the Senate and then signed by the Governor will legalize the use of suppressors in Iowa.  Suppressors are legal […]

Milton Friedman and the Power of Ideas

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By John Hendrickson The Wall Street Journal declared that 2011 was “the year of school choice.” School choice, which offers more freedom and opportunities in education for families while improving the educational structure, is still currently on the march as many states are pursuing educational reforms. The school choice movement demonstrates the power of ideas […]

Exactly How Do You Define Terrorism?

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The Department of Homeland Security’s Science and Techology/Human Factors/Behavioral Sciences Division released a report this past winter.  In it they claim “more than 2,600 terrorist events occurred in the United States between 1970 and 2008.”  Rob Port of the SayAnything Blog says this doesn’t pass the “smell test.” That’s an absurd amount of “terrorism” that […]

Steve King: Remember the Source of Our Freedom

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Washington, DC- Congressman Steve King (R-IA) released the following statement to commemorate the 236th birthday of our nation: “Tomorrow as celebrations of Independence Day light up our great nation, may we remember the sacrifices of those who have fought to protect our Liberty,” said King. “Let us also look forward to the great future in […]