Posts Tagged ‘Iowa’


Chris Christie May Play A Larger Role In 2016 Race Than You Think

Despite New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s close relationship with Iowa Governor Terry Branstad and all the spadework he has done in Iowa since 2010, it appears that Iowa will not play a major role in his 2016 presidential ...
by Craig Robinson


It’s the Conservatives’ Turn to Advance the Idea of Separation of Church and State

If you asked most Americans where the concept of the separation of church and state is rooted, most of them would likely point to one of the nation’s founding documents. If you didn’t already know, you won’t find that phr...
by Craig Robinson


Huckabee Says Thanks, but No Thanks On Supreme Court Decisions

Being a previous winner of the Iowa Caucuses, Former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee knows Iowa well, and he knows what it takes to win the Republican caucuses. In Iowa, building relationships with caucus-goers matters, and tha...
by Craig Robinson

Kasich Makes His First Iowa Appearance

Rarely do I get nostalgic at a political event featuring a presidential hopeful in Iowa. I’ve been there and done that a thousand times. If anything, I try to remind myself to lighten up when covering a long shot or a candida...
by Craig Robinson

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Jindal Set to Enter 2016 Republican Presidential Race

When Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal formally announces his candidacy later today, he will become the 13th candidate to officially enter the race. Thirteen is a crazy number, but we are still awaiting three more sitting governo...
by Craig Robinson



Another Pro-Life Setback – This Time Courtesy of the Iowa Supreme Court

“Good Luck! Take Care.” Those are the words that Dr. Jill Meadows of Planned Parenthood of the Heartland tells pregnant women over the internet after said woman has taken the first dose of a medicine that is designed to ter...
by Craig Robinson