Posts Tagged ‘Iowa Caucus’

Jeb Bush

How Mitt Romney and Terry Branstad helped paved the way for Jeb Bush in 2016

We all remember that old saying, “be careful what you wish for.”  The saying is often followed by some version a warning that the wish may actually come true. While presidential politics may appear to be on a repetitive fo...
by Craig Robinson

Mike Huckabee at Iowa GOP Life

Huckabee Gets Serious about 2016

The race for the Republican nomination for president in 2016 is starting fast. Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush announced last month that he was seriously considering running for the nation’s highest office, and he followed u...
by Craig Robinson

Chris Christie

All Systems Go for a Chris Christie Presidential Run

As the head of the Republican Governor’s Association (RGA), New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is expected to travel the country, raise millions of dollars, and help elect and re-elect Republican gubernatorial candidates who ...
by Craig Robinson



Governor Perry Sets the Record Straight

What is clear since this outrageous assault on the rule of law began is the near universal condemnation of it by political commentators, constitutional scholars, and major newspapers across the country. Governor Perry will figh...
by The Iowa Republican


Scott Walker: More Than They Bargained For

When conservatives gathered in Washington D.C. earlier this month for the 50th Anniversary of the Conservative Political Action Conference, most of the potential 2016 presidential candidates were in attendance.  The most notab...
by Craig Robinson



Heavy-Handedness of Branstad Campaign Has No Place in Caucus Politics

It’s been no secret that Governor Terry Branstad wants to elect a new leadership team for the Republican Party of Iowa.  His re-election campaign made an effort to turnout like-minded Republicans to January’s precinct cauc...
by Craig Robinson