Posts Tagged ‘Clovis’
 

 

Loyalty Shouldn’t Be So Rare in Politics

I’m a glutton for punishment. My favorite baseball team is the Chicago Cubs. My favorite NFL team is the Kansas City Chiefs. My favorite college team is the Iowa Hawkeyes. Everyone knows that the last time the Cubs won the Wo...
by Craig Robinson

 
 

To Rule or To Govern

I was preparing for my weekly broadcast on our Sioux City Catholic radio network when I came across a recent article by Angelo Codevilla—a sort of addendum to his seminal article written for the American Spectator in 2010. In...
by Sam Clovis

 
 

Storms Abrewin’

By Sam Clovis Over the past several months, I’ve made a habit of watching the Sunday talk shows. It’s not that I think the shows provide the slightest bit of enlightenment above their entertainment value, but I do find wat...
by Sam Clovis

 

 

A Rick Perry Comeback is Inevitable

As former Texas Governor Rick Perry officially launched his 2016 presidential campaign last week, the question being pondered by most people is whether or not he will get a second chance. It’s a question that’s been asked e...
by Craig Robinson

 
 

RPI Reagan Dinner Focuses on the Future

It was no surprise that Tuesday night’s Republican Party of Iowa Ronald Reagan Dinner was an optimistic and enthusiastic affair.   With the election just two weeks away, Iowa Republicans were in high spirits on Tuesday, but...
by Craig Robinson

 

 

The Undercard – A Look at the Other Statewide Races

The campaigns for Iowa’s constitutional offices never get the same attention as contests at the top of the ballot.  With an open U.S. Senate seat for the first time in 40 years and potential 2016 presidential already trompin...
by Craig Robinson