Ben Sasse shares four truths about human nature and government we must pass on in his new book “Them: Why We Hate Each Other – And How to Heal.”
On the Caffeinated Thoughts Podcast, Shane Vander Hart discusses the upcoming Kavanaugh confirmation vote and then chats with Jake Porter, Libertarian nominee for Governor of Iowa.
U.S. Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE) announced that he was going to roll out a reform plan consisting of several bills that will “drain the swamp.”
Adam Graham: While Ben Sasse is often discussed as a 2020 Presidential candidate, he could also return to the Senate as an Independent.
Shane Vander Hart: U.S. Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE) understands that a Senator’s role is to uphold the Constitution, not be the President’s cheerleader.
U.S. Senator Ben Sasse (R-Nebraska) explained during Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing why the confirmation process for Supreme Court justices has become so politicized.
U.S. Senator Ben Sasse (R-NE): “It would be a very, very, very, bad idea to fire the Attorney General because he’s not executing his job as a political hack.”
Facebook’s crusade to clean up “fake news” from their platform brings consequences that erodes trust. Shane Vander Hart shares two things they can do.
Shane Vander Hart: Farmers don’t want a bailout, farmers want expanded free markets. They want the President to pursue sensible trade policies that open up trade, not restrict it.
U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) joined as a co-sponsor for the Defending Elections from Threats by Establishing Redlines (DETER) Act introduced by U.S. Senators Chris Van Hollen (D-Maryland) and Marco Rubio (R-Florida).
A grand jury convened as part of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation returned an indictment against 12 Russian intelligence officers for their interference in the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election.
President Donald Trump on Monday evening nominated Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the United States Supreme Court to replace retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy.
President Donald Trump on Tuesday afternoon signed a presidential memorandum ceasing U.S. participation in the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action with Iran and ordered sanctions to be reinstated against the Islamic regime that is one of the primary state sponsors of terror.
U.S. Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) asked Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg in his appearance in a joint Senate committee about the social network’s alleged political bias. U.S. Senator Ben Sassed asked Zuckerberg about his view of what hate speech includes.
Adam Graham: The painful truth is Trump is undefeatable in the Republican primaries. The primary system is still a frontloaded mess with most states voting early in the process. It’s unlikely there will be any major changes.
U.S. Senators Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) and Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) voted against the 2018 Omnibus bill that was rushed through the U.S. House and then passed in the U.S. Senate 65-32 just after Midnight on Friday.