Jack Whitver: DMARC is devoted to its mission of fighting food insecurity and helping our fellow central Iowans who are in need of food and even personal items including diapers.
Nonprofit organizations provide 80 percent of the disaster relief for events like Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma far surpassing the federal government.
Shane Vander Hart: Ben Carson has an opportunity to model forgiveness and grace after the controversial Caucus night communications from the Cruz campaign.
Brian Myers: And while I do indeed think political matters are important, charity among brethren is more important.
Christians are to demonstrate civility and exercise charity even in the political realm, especially with those whom we disagree to maintain credibility.
Former Texas Governor Rick Perry will be in Perry, Iowa, on June 6 for Ride with Rick, a charity event benefiting the Puppy Jake Foundation.
Let’s replace the charitable deduction and allow everyone to take charitable contributions off the top before determining their net income for tax purposes.
We work hard for what we have and share with who we want to. The government cannot force us to be charitable. Charity has to come from the heart.
God has given us many means to help the poor, the widow, the invalid and the orphan, both in our congregations and in our communities: the family, our neighbor and His church. Christians, however, like the rest of the world, are tempted to make civil governors our caretakers and look for a governmental solution to […]
HT Foxfier Paul in Houston has a story about local volunteers coming to the aid of the mostly volunteer firefighters who were battling a nearby wildfire, and FEMA’s ham-handed attempts at dictatorially taking over. (As an aside, I have family in Magnolia who knew people who were evacuated from their homes due to this fire.) […]
Saturdays in the fall in Iowa City have just gotten a little less entertaining. No, no one from The Iowa two deep has been hurt. . . yet. The powers that be have decided to restructure game day rules in the city for the best interests of the people and by doing are removing a […]
Mike Huckabee: Government Breakfast: A Symptom, Not a Solution Governor Huckabee has taken some heat by some fiscal conservatives for lending support to Michelle Obama’s Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act. I defended the Governor when Michelle Malkin suggested that his position on this issue was proof he was a nanny-stater. In his new book, A Simple […]