John Hendrickson: Any potential debate over a soda tax should serve as a reminder to all Iowans that freedom and liberty still matter.
The Des Moines Register followed up years of anti-homeschooling coverage with a push poll that supports the change in Iowa’s law they advocated for.
Kim Weaver, the Democrat challenging Congressman Steve King (R-Iowa) in Iowa’s 4th Congressional District, was formerly an internet psychic.
The Des Moines Register does not want to see the Johnson Amendment lifted which muzzles many churches and pastors from speaking out politically at church.
On Caffeinated Thoughts Radio this week Shane Vander Hart discusses the election with David Shedlock who is author of With Christ in the Voting Booth.
In Fairfield, IA there has been much contention over President Obama’s unconstitutional power grab over school bathrooms and locker rooms.
The Des Moines Register this year has been pushing an agenda to normalize transgender persons in the state, and have pushed a wider LGBT agenda much longer.
Congressman Dave Loebsack (D-Iowa) spoke at the Des Moines Register’s Soapbox at the Iowa State Fair on Monday afternoon, watch his remarks here.
Shane Vander Hart: The Des Moines Register calls for the 1994 Assault Weapons Ban to be reinstated that accomplished nothing but ban guns that looked scary.
A Bible proclamation signed by Iowa Governor Terry Branstad has the ACLU and Freedom From Religion considering a lawsuit saying it is unconstitutional.
The Des Moines Register called for an end to the office of Lieutenant Governor held by Kim Reynolds, but were silent with her liberal predecessors.
It has been a busy year! I thought it would be fun to take a look back at our stories published in 2015 and share our top 15 stories based on page views.
The Des Moines Register keeps perpetuating the myth that Planned Parenthood provides women’s health care and are somehow entitled to taxpayer money.
The Des Moines Register is increasing irrelevant to Republicans as they bleed subscribers and are blatantly biased on their editorial pages.
The Des Moines Register declined to print a letter to the editor from Iowa Right to Life Executive Director in response to a full-page NARAL ad run in March.
The Des Moines Register once again attacks Iowa homeschooling families and the new freedom they enjoy under independent private instruction.