A new poll indicates that Iowa Supreme Court David Wiggins’ days on the bench may be numbered as those who will vote no now take the lead.
Yesterday Congressman Ron Paul (R-TX) spoke at Pella Christian High School in Pella, IA for the second installment of The FAMiLY Leader’s Presidential Lecture Series. Afterwards there was a Q&A time where Bob Vander Plaats and Chuck Hurley asked questions they were given by members of the audience. His speech itself was fine. Congressman Paul […]
Mike Huckabee came to Iowa not to affirm or deny any 2012 plans, but celebrate Iowa Family Policy Center and to congratulate them on their choice of Bob Vander Plaats to lead this new organization, the Family Leader. He also congratulate the people of Iowa for their stand against a runaway judiciary. If we voted […]
Pleasant Hill, IA – IFPC Action will be the key sponsor of the final “Judge Bus Tour” rally at the steps of the Iowa Supreme Court, 1111 E. Court Ave., Des Moines, IA at 5:00 PM Thursday, October 28. IFPC Action has invited and will hear speeches from noted Iowa speakers Rev. Keith A. Ratliff, […]
In my interview with State Senator Brad Zaun (R-Urbandale), the Republican challenger to incumbent Congressman Leonard Boswell in Iowa’s 3rd Congressional District Race, we discussed the upcoming retention vote on three of the seven Iowa Supreme Court justices. I noted Congressman Steve King’s op/ed over the weekend that called for their removal and wanted to […]
The fact that the Iowa Poll found that the judicial retention issue is a toss-up among Iowa voters is unheard of. That headline had to be painful for The Des Moines Register to write. The retention battle over Iowa’s three Supreme Court justices is a tossup in the wake of last year’s ruling that allowed […]
Iowa Supreme Court Justice Marsha Ternus recently interviewed with Iowa Public Radio’s The Exchange Program. In the interview she criticized a proposal (HJR 2013) by State Representative Kent Sorenson (R-Indianola) to go back to direct election of judges instead of the merit-based appointment process. She said it would be a step backwards for the state. […]