This week on the Truth Network 99.3 FM, we talk to State Rep. Matt Windschitl about five gun bills that passed the Iowa House, plus the CNN/Telemundo Debate.
Kelvey Vander Hart: Iowa House Democrats appear to lose all ability to debate civilly when it comes to gun rights protected by the Constitution.
U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) provides key facts surrounding rhetoric circulating about the Second Amendment and current gun laws.
U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) released a new ad that highlights court victories he had fighting for religious liberty and the 2nd Amendment.
Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers on CT Radio talk to Brian Aitken who spent four months in a prison for possessing and transporting fire arms legally.
U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) discussed the San Bernardino Shooting, Islamic terrorism and ISIS with members of the press.
Mike Huckabee criticized Belle Plaine High School’s decision to move an annual Veterans Day Assembly of school grounds because of its 21-gun salute.
Shane Vander Hart interviews Rick Manning with Americans for Limited Government and Mark Nelson with Freedom for Youth Ministries on this week’s show.
Mike Huckabee: “Obama can shamelessly try and exploit any tragedy he wants, but it’s clear that gun free zones are sitting duck zones.”
In a new NRA commercial, The Blaze TV and talk radio host Dana Loesch lays out the position of moms who demand protection and their right to bear arms.
Speaker Pro Tempore of the Iowa House, State Representative Matt Windschitl (R-Missouri Valley), today gave his support to Governor Bobby Jindal (R-LA).
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal addressed a packed room for the Westside Conservatives Club held at the Machine Shed Restaurant on Wednesday morning.
President Barack Obama could not let even a day of praying and mourning pass without politicizing the shooting at Emmanuel AME Church in Charleston, SC.
Mike Huckabee at a meet and greet at Crossroads Shooting Sports in Johnston, IA discussed gun rights and national security with those in attendance.
The Iowa House of Representatives voted overwhelmingly, 75 to 24, this week in favor HF 527 which lifts the state’s ban on firearm suppressors.
An anti-gun group releases a “public service announcement” that encourages kids to steal their parents guns and take them to school to turn it in.