Jenna Ellis: The mainstream media and even conservatives are missing the point—We want conservative judges on the bench, not political activists.
Adam Graham: Donald Trump has earned the chance to govern. When he is right, I will agree with him. When he is wrong, I will respectfully oppose him.
The delegates at the 2016 Republican National Convention passed a very strong party platform including the strongest pro-life language in decades.
Most of my liberal pals are positively giddy about President Obama’s announcement Thursday night concerning his plan to take executive action on immigration. They are thrilled by the sincerity and compelling delivery of his speech to the nation in which he outlined his plans. Plans that they are convinced were long overdue. Almost universally, they […]
By Kim Pearson On January 10, 2011, I will swear an oath to support the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of Iowa. This means, in part, that I must be diligent to ensure that the various branches of State and Federal government function within their constitutional authority. That is […]
Podcast: Download | EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | Android | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn State Representative Rod Roberts (R-Carroll) one of the three remaining Republican candidates in the Iowa Gubernatorial race found himself in the midst of a controversy over the weekend and yesterday as a result of a statement he made about moral law […]
After having lunch with Steve Deace of WHO Radio on Tuesday, he got me thinking runaway judiciaries. They are, by and large, a barrier to implementing conservative principles legislatively and in executive policy. Obviously the big elephant in the room in Iowa is the April 3, 2008 ruling by the Iowa Supreme Court to strike […]
“Progressives” who seek changes in the law that would bring about major shifts in our culture have often failed to do that legislatively. Instead they turn to the courts, and favor a dynamic interpretation of the Constitution. The view of seeing the Constitution as “living and breathing” is certainly not new in jurisprudence, as James […]