Mark Sanford Suspends Campaign That Was Nonexistent in Iowa

Mark Sanford’s short-lived presidential campaign was virtually non-existent in Iowa after taking one trip here after announcing his entry into the race.

Taylor’s Testimony Was a Weak Start to the Impeachment Hearing

Shane Vander Hart: The Republicans playing the role of defense attorneys cross-examining Ambassador Bill Taylor during the impeachment hearing effectively raised doubts.

About Whataboutism

Shane Vander Hart: The problem with whataboutism is that everyone is busy pointing fingers and no one ever takes responsibility or is held accountable.

Buttigieg Leads in Latest Iowa Poll

The latest poll of likely Iowa Democrat caucus-goers by Monmouth University shows Pete Buttigieg now leads the field, but many are still open to other candidates.

Ernst Is Right to Oppose House Version of the Violence Against Women Act

Shane Vander Hart says that U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, is right to oppose the House version of the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act.

Biden Outlines Plan to Keep “Sacred Obligation” to Vets

Former Vice President Joe Biden introduced his plan to keep America’s sacred obligation to veterans and their families at a town hall event in Oskaloosa, Iowa.

Four Things You Should Know About Veterans Day

November 11th is Veterans Day. Here are four things we believe our readers should know about this federal holiday.

Bloomberg Would Be The Worst Candidate For Religious Liberty

Shane Vander Hart: Former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg who is expected to join the Democratic presidential primary race has shut down worship services.

A Four-Way Race Heading Toward the Iowa Caucus

Elizabeth Warren, Pete Buttigieg, Bernie Sanders, and Joe Biden are within five points of one another in the last two polls conducted in Iowa.

Did Donald Trump Hurt Matt Bevin?

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?

Bossman Named Chairman of Iowa House RIIF/Transportation Budget Subcommittee

State Rep. Jacob Bossman was appointed as Chairman of the Iowa House Transportation, Infrastructure, and Capitals Appropriations Subcommittee.

What I’m Reading: Who Is An Evangelical? By Thomas Kidd

Thomas Kidd: “Historically, the evangelical movement was defined by the message of conversion and eternal salvation, not partisan politics.”

Recap: Iowa Democratic Party’s Liberty and Justice Celebration

Shane Vander Hart recaps the Democratic presidential candidate speeches at the Iowa Democratic Party’s Liberty and Justice Celebration.

Beto O’Rourke Drops Out of Presidential Race

Former Texas Congressman Beto O’Rourke announced that he was ending his campaign for the Democratic nomination for President.

Iowan Reaction to House Vote on Trump Impeachment Inquiry

Iowa’s elected officials and candidates running for federal office sounded off on the U.S. House vote to formalize an impeachment inquiry of President Trump.

House Votes to Formalize Impeachment Inquiry Along Party Lines

The U.S. House of Representatives voted 232-196 along party lines to pass a resolution that formalizes the impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump.