Posts Tagged ‘David Kepler’

Joni Ernst Family Primary night

A Look Back at 2014 in Iowa Politics: June

As we approach the end of 2014, offers you a look back at an amazing year in politics. We will produce these articles and items chronologically. Today we look at the month of June, which included primary n...
by Kevin Hall

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Kevin’s Korner: Forever Young, False Witness and Farewell to a Friend

Greetings and welcome to Kevin’s Korner. The thrill isn’t in the winning, it’s in the doing. What an amazing, surprising and historic day at the Third District special nominating convention on Saturday. I still st...
by Kevin Hall

David Kepler

Republicans Mourn Passing of David Kepler

There are not very many people that I can honestly say inspire me. David Kepler was that rare person. He truly inspired me. David was a warrior. For 27 months, he fought the cancer that was ravaging his body. He fought long and...
by Kevin Hall


Karl Rove

Kevin’s Korner: Rove’s War on Steve King, Caucus Polling and the GOP vs. Gay Marriage

Greetings and welcome to Kevin’s Korner. Why does a dog wag its tail? Because a dog is smarter than its tail. If the tail were smarter, it would wag the dog. The first 2016 Iowa Caucus poll is out. Three years early. It provi...
by Kevin Hall


Notes from the IFFC Fundraiser; Rick Perry Interview

The Iowa Faith and Freedom Coalition helds its 12th Annual “Family of the Family” Fall event on Saturday. Drawing more than 600 evangelicals to the state fairgrounds, the event was headlined by Texas Governor Rick Perry. RN...
by Kevin Hall



Kevin’s Korner: Paul’s Convention Coup, Christie’s Ducks and His Name is Brian Terry

Greetings and welcome to Kevin’s Korner. A rumor is not a rumor that doesn’t die. Not content with their takeovers of state Republican parties and national delegate slates, the Paulistinians are now suing the RNC, its chair...
by Kevin Hall