WHO TV 13 offered a misleading headline and coverage over a constitutional amendment that states there is no right to abortion in Iowa’s Constitution.
Shane Vander Hart: Anne Blaedel seemed more interested in flowery speech and a progressive agenda praying before the Iowa Senate than asking God for wisdom, guidance, and protection.
An Iowa Senate subcommittee advanced SJR 21 that would amend the Iowa Constitution to declare there is no constitutional right to abortion.
Phil Bair: At the end of the day, the Democrats are divided on specific policy details but unified in their fundamental(ist) ideology.
Adam Graham: In these polarized times, the bulk of initial support for any impeachment is going to come from a President’s most vociferous opponents because of personal animus.
President Donald Trump signed the first phase of a new trade deal with China, cautious optimism marked most of the reaction from Iowa’s elected officials.
Randy Feenstra raised $190,077 in the final quarter of 2019 in Iowa’s 4th Congressional District race bringing the total raised his campaign to $721,272.
Dr. Jane Orient: To this Boomer, it appears that the younger generation is blaming us for all the Evil in the world, from their perch of “woke” moral superiority.
Mariannette Miller-Meeks raised nearly $260,000 in her first quarter of fundraising in Iowa’s 2nd Congressional District race.
In her address, Gov. Kim Reynolds made several proposals including income tax cuts, funding the state’s mental health system, and passing the Life Amendment.
Caffeinated Thoughts’ Editor-in-Chief, Shane Vander Hart, appeared last Friday on CBN News’ Newswatch with Heather Sells to discuss the Iowa Caucus.
John Pence: President Trump’s pro-growth policies are improving the lives of all Americans, and the residents of Iowa are no exception.
Read the transcripts of the 2020 opening remarks given by Iowa Senate Majority Leader Jack Whitver and Iowa Senate President Charles Schneider.
Read the transcripts of the 2020 opening remarks given by Speaker Pat Grassley, House Majority Leader Matt Windschiltl, and Speaker Pro Tem John Wills.
Democratic presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg attracted 750 Iowans to a town hall event in Des Moines, three weeks out from the Iowa Caucus.
U.S. Senator Cory Booker, D-N.J., announced he would suspend his presidential campaign cutting the Democratic presidential candidate field down to 12.