Trump Helped Himself More Than Kavanaugh

Adam Graham: Does President Trump deserve the king-sized credit he’s given for standing behind Brett Kavanaugh in the face of stiff opposition?

Trump Pledges Troops on the Border Until Wall Is Built

President Donald Trump: “I’ve been speaking with General Mattis — we’re going to be doing things militarily.  Until we can have a wall and proper security, we’re going to be guarding our border with the military.  That’s a big step. We really haven’t done that before — certainly not very much before.”

Rolling Back Regulation

Congressman David Young (R-Iowa): Big one-size-fits-all government regulations are choking our economy. That is what I hear when visiting with Iowans across Iowa’s 3rd Congressional District.

Caffeinated Thoughts Radio 8-19-17 (Joni Ernst, Daniel Pettit & Mark Carter)

On Caffeinated Thoughts Radio, U.S. Sen. Joni Ernst calls in, and Daniel Pettit and Mark Carter of Trailhead Builders International joins Shane Vander Hart.

Former President George W. Bush Headed to Des Moines in October

Former President George W. Bush will headline an event in October for Trailhead International Builders on October 14th in Des Moines, IA.

Reince Priebus Threatens Former Candidates Not Supporting Trump

Shane Vander Hart: RNC Chair Reince Priebus beclowned himself by suggesting former presidential candidates not backing Trump could be prevented from running again.

Make Your Vote Matter by Voting Your Conscience

Adam Graham: Americans voting according to their consciences can have a huge impact on this election and can force parties to reform or die.

George W. Bush: We are Grief-Stricken, Heart-Broken and Forever Grateful

Former President George W. Bush offered remarks at the public memorial service for the five police officers killed in Dallas, TX last Thursday evening.

Last Two Republican Presidents Refuse to Support Trump

Adam Graham: Expect people to ask if Presidents George W. Bush and George H.W. Bush don’t support Donald Trump, why should they?

Carson Says Terri Schiavo Case Was “Much Ado About Nothing”

Is fighting to stop the starvation of a woman on life support “much ado about nothing”? Dr. Ben Carson said he believes so in the case of Terri Schaivo.

More Than Three Tickets Out of Iowa?

Iowa Governor Terry Branstad said there could be more than three tickets out of Iowa after the Caucuses with a crowded field he could be right.

Ernst Introduces Bill to Modernize Former Presidential Allowances

U.S. Senator Joni Ernst (R-IA) introduced legislation to reform the system for providing former U.S. presidents certain benefits and perks.

Balanced Budget Amendment Key for Long Term Prosperity

While the 99% limitation sounds good in principle, it has flaws that could be fixed by passing a Balanced Budget amendment to our state constitution.

Book Review: 41: A Portrait of My Father

President George W. Bush describes his new book, 41, as a “love story” and “a personal portrait of the extraordinary man I am blessed to call my dad.”

Barack Obama, Islam’s Apologist-in-Chief

President Barack Obama defended Islam during his remarks on ISIS/ISIL. A President’s role is to be the Commander-in-Chief, not an Islam apologist-in-chief.

George W. Bush–One Swede’s Perspective

With the opening of the Bush Library one Swede looks reflects fondly at the presidency of George W. Bush which makes him incredibly unique in Sweden.