Des Moines, IA – State Senator Joni Ernst’s U.S. Senate campaign launched a new website, web ad, and advertising campaign that asks “Who is Mark Jacobs?” Sam Clovis’ camapaign also criticized Mark Jacobs in a fundraising email sent to supporters today. Ernst’s web ad highlights Republican primary candidate Mark Jacobs’ documented support of job-killing cap […]
Mark Jacobs faces three roadblocks in Iowa’s U.S. Senate Race. His position on Common Core, donating to Arlen Specter, and his position on Cap & Trade.
Republican U.S. Senate Candidate David Young encourages Gina McCarthy, the director of the Environmental Protection Agency, to visit a farm on her first trip to Iowa.
Congressmen Leonard Boswell (D-IA) and Tom Latham (R-IA) were both featured speakers at the Iowa Energy Forum luncheon held at HyVee Hall in Des Moines, IA today. They are also opponents in the upcoming Iowa 3rd Congressional District election so it was a good opportunity to hear from both men regarding their energy policy. Congressman […]
Senator John Thune (R-SD) gave a good speech at CPAC, and he distinguished himself by providing more specificity than we have witnessed so far. The Senator spoke of the sanctity of the Constitution. He said that America does not need a new foundation because “the old foundation works just fine.” He invoked President Reagan’s leadership […]
Some miscellany from around the net: The Daily Caller: Documents show media plotting to kill stories about Rev. Jeremiah Wright & Editor-in-Chief Tucker Carlson on The Daily Caller’s Journolist Coverage The Other McCain: NBC Interviews Breitbart Al Mohler: Hard to Believe? Biblical Authority and Evangelical Feminism Politico : Norm Coleman eyes challenge to Michael Steele […]
Some miscellaneous items from around the web that I encourage you to check out. Real Clear Politics: FL Sen Poll: Crist-Rubio Tied (HT: Backyard Conservative) The Huffington Post: Dissolving the Palin Prejudice (I’m still shocked by a fair review of Going Rogue being posted on HuffPo, but here you go. Not all liberals suffer from […]
Last week’s Jobs summit and President Obama’s subsequent Job tour is either evidence of this President’s inability to understand the free market or an indication of his willingness to undermine it. Either way it seems that President Obama’s philosophy and policy priorities outweigh his desire to see job creation in the private sector. Among the 130 […]
Miscellany on steroids from the last couple of days: CBS: Obama Admin: Cap And Trade Could Cost Families $1,761 A Year Steve Laughlin: Republicans and Health Care (a well deserved rebuke) Motor City Times: When Is Obama Going To Give The “This Is Not The ACORN” I Knew Speech? Hot Air Green Room: ACORN audit […]
Know Who is Lying and Who is Telling the Truth By Kim Lehman You do not have to be a lawyer or a representative to understand how to read the law or a bill. However, it will take a little time, and, if the bill is in effect attempting to pull the wool over the […]
1. The American Spectator: Hillary’s Saari Tour of India by Ken Blackwell Last week’s controversy had Hillary in a burqa — with liberal blogress Tina Brown claiming that President Obama was treating his Secretary of State like a "Saudi wife." But this week, Mrs. Clinton is in India. She is the latest of administration officials […]
1. To The Source: The Pro-Life Conundrum by Dinesh D’Souza Recently I was invited to speak at a fundraiser organized by Lifespan, a right-to-life group in Michigan. I am not ordinarily a pro-life speaker, having written relatively little on the subject, but I was challenged by the topic that activist Sue Ducharme asked me to […]
She’s not wasting time. With just under two weeks left before Alaska Governor Sarah Palin gives the reigns over to her Lt. Governor, Sean Parnell, we see the gloves come off regarding President Obama’s cap and trade tax energy plan. She writes in an op/ed for the Washington Post: I am deeply concerned about President […]
And that folks is why we are calling it cap and tax, because that is what this is, a tax. Nice to hear President Obama admit this. Great ad put out by the National Republican Congressional Committee. Congressman John Dingle (D-MI) is in the ad saying that “nobody is country realizes that this cap and […]
1. Cap, trade, and common sense by Amy Scott I hereby apologize for saying anything about Michael Jackson. The largest tax increase in American history passed the House last night, and America was eating popcorn at the movies. I gave up from my phone calling, emailing, and letter writing from TARP days. I am a […]
Picture HT: Cheat Seeking Missles I’ve not posted on the Cap and Trade bill that was just passed by the House yesterday 219 to 212. Forty Democrats voted against this bill, and eight GOP turncoats (see above) voted for allowing this piece of crap bill to pass (unfortunately Congressman Leonard Boswell wasn’t one of them). […]