The U.S. Senate’s longest-serving member, U.S. Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT), announced he will retire at the end of 2018 setting up Mitt Romney for a potential Senate run.
Adam Graham: Personal decency and character should define conservative candidates, but be coupled with the ability to offer bold, conservative leadership.
Shedlock: As as far as politics is concerned, sinners are simply acting according to their nature. We seem baffled that candidates lie, but they all do.
MSNBC’s Chuck Todd tried to make contraceptives part of the narrative in the 2016 race when he discussed abortion with Ted Cruz during their town hall.
Donald Trump trails Ted Cruz by a large margin in latest Utah Caucus poll. Another poll shows he would lose to Democrat nominee in heavily Republican state.
Shane Vander Hart: U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and 2012 GOP Presidential nominee Mitt Romney are moving toward Ted Cruz as a last stand against Trump.
Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers discuss Super Tuesday, the state of the 2016 race, and the Fox News GOP Debate this week on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio.
Polls give you an objective view of how effective each campaign has been performing, while figures don’t lie, history tells us they are not always accurate.
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.
2012 Republican Presidential Nominee Mitt Romney says no to a third run in 2016 making more room for former Florida Governor Jeb Bush.
Congressman Steve King asked at the Iowa Freedom Summit if the next President is present. Was it a mistake for a number of candidates to be a no show?
U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) discusses the State of the Union Address and Rev. Blake Purcell talks about his 25 years serving Christ in Russia.
Congressman Steve King (R-IA) joins Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers to discuss the Iowa Freedom Summit, Speaker John Boehner and this new Congress.
Shane Vander Hart and Brian Myers talk to Joe Stevens, founder of Joppa Outreach, about the work his ministry does with the homeless in Des Moines, IA.
If you just heard from establishment Republicans you’d hear how everybody loves former Florida Governor Jeb Bush, that he’s shaking things up with his announcement that he is “seriously exploring” a presidential campaign and he’s a frontrunner. I was quite amused with the Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier’s coverage of his announcement. “This is news,” said Gov. […]
The future of the Ames Straw Poll as an event leading up to the Iowa Caucus is in doubt. Can it be a worthwhile event for candidates and voters still?