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Live Blog: Iowa Freedom Summit

Good morning and welcome to TheIowaRepublican.com’s live blog of the Iowa Freedom Summit, hosted by Congressman Steve King and Citizens United. We are at Hoyt Sherman Theatre in Des Moines. Last night, Republican Party of...
by Kevin Hall

 
 

A Look Inside RPI’s Straw Poll Decision Making

It took only 13 minutes for the Republican Party of Iowa’s State Central Committee to debate and vote on whether or not to continue the Iowa Straw Poll. By contrast, a discussion over whether or not to move their quarterly me...
by Kevin Hall

 
 

Kevin’s Korner: Adieu Landrieu, Dems Dump Obamacare and Cher Tortures Pigs

Greetings and welcome to Kevin’s Korner. Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm. Adieu, Madame Landrieu. Of all the scores from this weekend’s college football conference championship games, my favorite score is...
by Kevin Hall

 

 

Kevin’s Korner: Praying for Abortion, Impersonating Sgt. Schultz and Shane Getting Medieval

Greetings and welcome to Kevin’s Korner. When obstacles arise, you change your direction to reach your goal, you do not change your decision to get there. Congratulations to the Iowa Democrats’ top two candidates for govern...
by Kevin Hall

 
 

Santorum Would Be Wise Not to Rest on His Laurels

Rick Santorum blazed a path across Iowa last week that was reminiscent of his grueling 2012 presidential campaign.  With 2016 still far in the distance, politicians kicking around a presidential run typically drop into Iowa fo...
by Craig Robinson

 

 

Bachmann Was Bad for the Future of the Straw Poll, Not the Caucuses

Michele Bachmann’s legal and ethical problems are not an indictment of the caucus process as some in the media suggest.  While the fallout from Bachmann’s presidential campaign makes it difficult for the scars from the 201...
by Craig Robinson