Our poll of Iowa GOP readers shows a significant decline in support for a marriage amendment while religious liberty and pro-life support remain high.
Shane Vander Hart, Tim Overlin, and Kelvey Vander Hart talk to Star Parker of CURE and JD Rucker of The Federalist Party on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio.
State Representative Greg Heartsill (R-Chariton) introduced HF 279, a life at conception bill, into the Iowa House of Representatives, that is co-sponored by 22 lawmakers.
Desiring God & Humble Beast in a video with Sho Baraka, Propaganda and Jackie Hill Perry mark the 44th anniversary of Roe v. Wade ask what is a person?
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.
Jonathan Narcisse, Iowa Party candidate for Governor, responds to an op/ed submitted by Lee Hieb, MD, the Libertarian Party candidate for Iowa Governor.
2013 has not been a good year for pro-life legislation in the Iowa Legislature this year, and we face further battles on Medicaid funding and expansion.
Iowa State Representative Tom Shaw frames most of the pro-life community as those who want to regulate abortion. They don’t. They want to save lives.
The following is an excerpt from my book, With Christ in the Book, portions of which have been published previously on Caffeinated Thoughts. The book features a Foreword by Governor Huckabee. The last quote from Governor Huckabee might help explain his support of Todd Akin and why he is willing to put so much of […]
Former Governors, Mitt Romney and Mike Huckabee, were not best buds during the 2008 campaign. No one doubts that. But since Governor Huckabee decided not to run for president this time around, it seems as if they have fixed whatever ailed their relationship. Governor Romney has appeared on Huckabee’s show, and Huckabee regularly defends Romney […]
I have had the privilege of working with a number of pro-life organizations over the last seven or more months. Iowa Right to Life, the Iowa Catholic Conference, Dubuque County Right to Life, Concerned Women for America (Iowa), Iowa Faith & Freedom Coalition, American Principles in Action, Iowans for Life, and others have worked tirelessly […]
Two conflicting reports on the status of HF 153 authored by State Representative Kim Pearson (R-Pleasant Hill). It passed out of its subcommittee, but hasn’t moved out of the House Human Resources Committee. Jennifer Jacobs at The Des Moines Register declared it dead since it didn’t make it out during funnel week. However, Pearson and […]
Seeing the realization of preborn children being protected in Iowa took one baby step yesterday as House File 153 was passed out of it’s subcommittee on a party line vote. This bill reads: The sovereign state of Iowa recognizes that life is valued and protected from the moment of conception, and each life, from that […]
What is better? To ban some abortions or ban none because just banning some is incrementalism and not prolife enough? That is a debate that is happening at the Iowa Statehouse and on the air waves. Eric wrote on Tuesday about the battle for life at the Iowa Statehouse especially surrounding the first prolife bill […]
This deals with the fundamental question… when does life begin? At what stage do we consider someone a person? As an embryo? As a fetus (latin for: “little one”)? When they are born? Because if we consider that life begins at conception, that at that point is when we are who we are then all […]
Some random miscellany for today, I hope you enjoy. I’ll do a State of the Union address post later on since I was able to watch the whole thing live. Gallup: Obama’s Approval Most Polarized for First-Year President AP: Poll: GOP primary for US Senate seat in Fla. a tie Steve Deace: I heard it […]