Center for Inquiry Weighs in on 2016 Election

Michael De Dora is the Director of Public Policy for the Center for Inquiry, a non-profit secular organization that “does not promote any political party or political ideology.” He graduated with a master’s degree in political theory from Brooklyn College, as well as a bachelor’s degree in rhetoric and communication from the University at Albany. […]

Will Palin Endorse Trump In Ames Today?

Yesterday, we were the first in the Iowa media to report on the rumors that Donald Trump’s Facebook post about a major announcement and very special guest was Jerry Falwell Jr or Iowa Governor Terry Branstad. Join me on Tuesday, January 19th at the Iowa State University Hansen Agricultural Student Learning Center in Ames, Iowa! […]

Primary Challenger Announces Against Grassley

On Friday, January 22, 2016, Robert Rees will kickoff a campaign for U.S. Senate as a primary challenger to Senator Chuck Grassley. Rees announced a campaign on YouTube and his Twitter account yesterday.   On his website, Rees provides his reasons for running and why he is challenging Senator Grassley: Senator Grassley has been in […]

Wild Rumors Around Trump’s Announcement Tuesday

Update: January 19, 2016-11:40 A.M. CST The New Rumor Is That Sarah Palin Will Endorse Trump Speculation Includes An Endorsement By Iowa Governor Terry Branstad And Possible Announcement Of Branstad Being Named Trump’s VP Candidate. Donald Trump has posted on Facebook that there will be a major announcement in Ames tomorrow. Join me on Tuesday, January […]

$750,000 in CAT Grants Awarded to Seven Projects

At a meeting last Wednesday, the Vision Iowa Board approved $778,601 in Community Attraction and Tourism (CAT) grants to the Iowa Quilt Museum in Winterset, Dragoon Trace Nature Center in Ringgold County, the Garner Public Library, an aquatic center in Lake City, a splash pad in Bristow and sports complexes in Dike and Carroll. The […]