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Terror in Tucson

Written by Sam Clovis Make no mistake about the events of January 8, 2011, in Tucson, AZ.  Citizens of the United States, among them several courageous civil servants, were victims of an act of terror. In law enforcement parla...
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Truth and Accountability

By Sam Clovis Our little station in northwest Iowa had a very interesting set of experiences to close out the year.  Our little station continued at the top of the ratings and our listeners really were outspoken about a couple...
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The Tea Party – An Active Populous

By Sam Clovis I hear a lot of pundits in the media and some otherwise fairly well informed citizens advance the idea that the Tea Party will fade into obscurity and that the socialists in the Democrat party will be marginalized...
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Christmas Away From Home

By Sam Clovis The holiday season is always a poignant time for me.  I seem to have mixed emotions about what is clearly one of the holiest and joyous times of the year.  I love the embrace of a wonderful family at home, but i...
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The Biennial Budget

By Sam Clovis Governor-elect Branstad is entertaining the idea of bringing a biennial budget process to the State of Iowa.  This is a great idea and should be one of the top priorities for the legislature when they convene nex...
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Tax Cut Compromise: Deal or No Deal?

By Sam Clovis I am having a hard time following the logic—and the math—of this so called “deal” our Republican representatives have supposedly made with the President.  The current tax structure is continued for two ye...
by Sam Clovis