The Des Moines Register’s editorial board suggests the Iowa Legislature implement a sin tax on sugary drinks to combat obesity and help the state budget.
Daniel Finney of The Des Moines Register demonstrates, yet again, in his back and forth with Bob Vander Plaats that the press doesn’t get evangelicals.
Shane Vander Hart: The Des Moines Register is so blinded by their bias they probably don’t even notice when it shows up in their headlines.
Shane Vander Hart: A Des Moines Register poll says a majority of Iowans oppose public funds being used for private options, earlier polls suggest otherwise.
Shane Vander Hart discusses the 5th Commandment with prolific Christian blogger Tim Challies, and the Iowa Prayer for Life event with Tim Overlin.
The Des Moines Register attacked Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal’s plan to defund Planned Parenthood by promoting the myth they are a health provider.
The Des Moines Register errantly believes that marriage is an institution that belongs to government and that a court ruling and Governor’s order is law.
The law that prohibits churches from endorsing should be repealed, but churches should not have to wait on Congress to exercise First Amendment rights.
Brian Myers and Shane Vander Hart discuss Hillary Clinton’s Scooby Doo van ride across Iowa and Marco Rubio’s hypothetical gay wedding invitation.
Only media outlets are making a big deal out of Joni Ernst snubbing the Des Moines Register. This news won’t be a factor in Iowa’s U.S. Senate race.
Joni Ernst has a 6 point lead over Bruce Braley according to a Des Moines Register poll of Iowa’s U.S. Senate race while other polls indicate a closer race.
The first U.S. Senate debate between State Senator Joni Ernst (R-Red Oak) and Congressman Bruce Braley (D-Iowa) highlighted numerous policy differences.
The news has been relatively slow for the Des Moines Register over the last week or so. The Iowa Legislature has less on its plate than previous years and Iowa’s news is generally good news – which isn’t as newsworthy. So, last week, the Register apparently hired Captain Obvious to write some stories for them. […]
The Des Moines Register alleged for months that 3,000 women underwent Planned Parenthood’s webcam (telemedicine) abortions and no one complained. Now Planned Parenthood’s own medical director Dr. Jill Meadows is claiming no patient complaints to Planned Parenthood either. Planned Parenthood’s Meadows said in a statement to the Register, “Over the past 5 years, our physicians […]
Why is the Des Moines Register so biased in favor of Planned Parenthood—even at the cost of their journalistic integrity?
The Des Moines Register engages in misinformation and fear mongering in their Sunday editorial that is nothing but an attempt to smear homeschooling.