November 11th is Veterans Day. Here are four things we believe our readers should know about this federal holiday.
The Library of Congress’ Veterans History Project seeks to capture firsthand reflections of military service before they are lost.
U.S. Senator Joni Ernst, the first female combat vet elected to the U.S. Senate, reflected on her service in the Army Reserves and Iowa Army National Guard.
For this episode, Shane Vander Hart spoke with former Congressman Bobby Schilling, a Republican candidate running in Iowa’s 2nd Congressional District race.
Iowa Secretary of State Paul Pate and Hy-Vee are renewing their annual Veterans Day partnership to pay tribute to Iowans who served our nation.
Shane Vander Hart: Former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg who is expected to join the Democratic presidential primary race has shut down worship services.
Kim Reynolds, Joni Ernst, and Chuck Grassley to EPA Administrator Wheeler: uphold the RFS and provide certainty to Iowa farmers and biofuels producers.
Elizabeth Warren, Pete Buttigieg, Bernie Sanders, and Joe Biden are within five points of one another in the last two polls conducted in Iowa.
Kelvey Vander Hart: William Wilberforce was a reformer in every aspect, and we should look to him as an example for modern activism.
U.S. Senator Joni Ernst: “What will it take in order to get our servicemembers at home and abroad the resources they need?”
Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin lost his re-election bid to the state’s Attorney General, Andy Beshear, was he impacted by a negative view of President Trump?
State Rep. Jacob Bossman was appointed as Chairman of the Iowa House Transportation, Infrastructure, and Capitals Appropriations Subcommittee.
State Senator Annette Sweeney replaces State Senator Mariannette Miller-Meeks as chair of the Iowa Senate Human Resources Committee.
Pro-life attorney Martin Cannon: ” I urge pro-life voters in Iowa’s Fourth District to support Jeremy Taylor for Congress.”
Dr. Jane Orient: High tech is wonderful and increasingly capable, but if the stethoscope is dying, so is the art of clinical medicine.
Thomas Kidd: “Historically, the evangelical movement was defined by the message of conversion and eternal salvation, not partisan politics.”