Dylann Roof Is Of Our Own Making

After enjoying a great meal and good conversation last Wednesday night in Washington, D.C., I returned to my hotel room, flipped on the TV, and stood there is complete shock as the gruesome news from Charleston, South Carolina ...
by Craig Robinson

Veterans Day-American-Flags

Celebrate Flag Day and Honor a Veteran

This Sunday, June 14, marks National Flag Day. I hope all Iowans will take a moment on Sunday to think about the American Flag, what it stands for and what it truly means to be an American. We are extremely fortunate to live ...
by The Iowa Republican


A Tuesday Roundup – A Few Technical Difficulties

The article I had prepared to publish today included a number of videos, which are giving me fits loading. I apologize for the “slow news day.” I will try to make up for it with a few quick hits. Bush and Trump makes it off...
by Craig Robinson


Rick Perry Freedom Summit

Perry’s In, That Makes Ten – The Weekly Round Up

Former Texas Governor Rick Perry officially launched his presidential campaign on Thursday. He becomes the tenth candidate to join the race. We will have more coverage of Perry on Monday from his Iowa appearance. But before tha...
by Craig Robinson


Analyzing the Latest Iowa Poll

In modern politics, polling has become just as unpredictable as the Iowa weather. If you don’t like the results of the latest poll, just give it a little time. It’s bound to change. Even though we are inundated with local a...
by Craig Robinson



Perry’s Ride – A Post Memorial Day Round Up

It is often said that Labor Day signifies the point in a general election where voters really begin to focus on the upcoming election, and so the campaigns really seem to ratchet up. For Republican caucus campaigns in Iowa, I h...
by Craig Robinson