Shane Vander Hart: If anyone in the GOP 2016 presidential field has a problem with the truth it is real estate mogul and current front runner Donald Trump.
Real estate magnate Donald Trump calls Jeb Bush’s statement that US needs to show Iraqis “we have skin in the game” one of the dumbest he has ever heard.
U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) discussed his prospective 2016 campaign, Islamic terrorism and the need for boots on the ground to defeat ISIS.
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.
Human rights activists say immediate action is needed to protect religious minorities against Islamic militants’ genocide in Iraq.
Shane Vander Hart and Shawn Barr talk to independent gubernatorial candidate Jonathan Narcisse and Congressional candidate Mariannette Miller-Meeks.
Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers talk to Bob Eschilman about his EEOC complaint against Shaw Media and syndicated columnist Michelle Malkin comes on.
Brian Myers & Shane Vander Hart talk to newly minted State Treasurer candidate Sam Clovis and Republican Party of Iowa Chair Danny Carroll.
The Des Moines Register editorial board interviewed Republican U.S. Senate hopeful, Mark Jacobs, today. Apparently when discussion foreign policy he made a gaffe and Jennifer Jacobs of The Des Moines Register reported “Iowa U.S. Senate hopeful Mark Jacobs mixes up Iraq, Iran.” Mark Jacobs was asked by one of the editorial writers about how he […]
Former Congressman Ron Paul’s tweet about the murder of Chris Kyle did nothing to help or advance his anti-war position. It was simply disrespectful.
Texas Congressman Ron Paul in his remarks said that their campaign has been marked by one word he said he’s proud of and that is “liberty.” He said that life precedes liberty and government’s responsibility is to protect all life. “You can not have relative value for life, you can not play God and make […]
I had the opportunity to sit down yesterday at Smokey Row with Jim Gibbons who is one of the gazillion (okay, seven) Republicans running to knock off Congressman Leonard Boswell in Iowa’s Third Congressional District. Jim when he wrestled for Iowa State University (I’ll forgive the fact that he didn’t wrestle for my beloved Hawkeyes) […]
Some items of interest for you night owls. Big Journalism: The Politically Correct Politics of Mental Health – Rewriting the DSM Again by Ben Shapiro (HT: ECM) The Washington Times: Military lab rats by Oliver North The Des Moines Register: Auditor: State budget tops legal limit TIR Poll: Republicans Crush Democrats in Gubernatorial Generic Ballot […]
I missed watching the whole State of the Union speech live last night, and have been unable to comment until now. After watching and reading the transcript of the speech it seems, in my opinion, to be made up of recycled campaign stump speeches and addresses he has given while in office. There wasn’t much […]
Following up on yesterday’s post regarding the shoes being chucked at President Bush in Iraq. Roger Simon made a point that yesterday’s shoe attack (not an expression of free speech, but attempted assault) is really a sign of hope (HT: High Plains Blogger via Twitter) But more importantly and more apposite to today’s event was […]
Today President Bush while at a press conference in Iraq had two shoes thrown at him by Iraqi Muntadar al-Zeidi. President Bush shows great reflexes by ducking and the was later able to joke about the incident. What I’m appalled by is my fellow citizens who wish the shoes hit their intended target. Is this […]