Posts Tagged ‘Martin Luther King’
 

 

The March on Washington marks 50th anniversary

Over the past few weeks the country has simmered with the issue of race. On June 24, in the Fisher v. Texas case the Supreme Court did not directly overturn affirmative but the Court made it virtually impossible to sustain an a...
by Polly Twocents

 
 

Celebrating Freedom: Salute to Frederick Douglass

by U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley Washingtonians brace themselves for the flood of tourists who come to soak in the monuments, museums and memorials that attract millions of visitors to the nation’s capital every year.  This su...
by The Iowa Republican

 
 

Why I’m Running: Restoring the Generational Compact

Written by Ben Lange, Candidate for U.S. Congress (IA-01) On Saturday, April 26th, 1777, a 41-year-old John Adams, while serving in the Continental Congress in Philadelphia, wrote to his wife Abigail of 12 years: “Posteri...
by The Iowa Republican

 

 

Mount Myrtle Greets Debate Attendees

Just as soon as the Myrtle Beach Area Chamber of Commerce finished constructing a massive sand sculpture of the six Republican presidential candidates, Jon Huntsman announced that he was getting out of the race. Huntsman is fea...
by Craig Robinson

 
 

Newt 2012 Releases New Video of Romney Gaffes

Newt Gingrich continues to hammer Mitt Romney.  Gingrich released the following web ad yesterday. Atlanta, GA – Newt 2012 released a new video of Romney gaffes, “For the Dogs.” View the full video here: http...
by The Iowa Republican

 

 
 

Michael Steele Must Go

By James Johnson Last week, I was in Washington for some meetings with like-minded conservatives about moving the pro-liberty and pro-prosperity agenda forward during this time of growing economic uncertainty, escalating intern...
by James M. Johnson