Posts Tagged ‘Republican Party’
 

 

Right to Life: A Movement Divided

By Craig Robinson Despite what one may think of the current administration of the Republican Party of Iowa, they should be commended for their Celebrate Life event on Saturday.  The low dollar event isn’t going to solve the ...
by Craig Robinson

 
 

Iowa GOP Needs to Avoid Conflicts of Interest

Written by David Chung Member of Republican State Central Committee Second Congressional District In 2008, I was elected to my first term on the Republican State Central Committee (SCC) to represent Iowa’s 2nd Congressional D...
by The Iowa Republican

 
 
 

Gingrich and Citizens United to Show ‘Rediscovering God in America’ on Friday in Des Moines

David N. Bossie and the Board of Directors of Citizens United Along with Speaker & Mrs. Newt Gingrich Invite you to the screening of Rediscovering God in America March 25, 2011 Doors open at 6:30 p.m. | Film begins at 7 p.m...
by The Iowa Republican

 

 
 

Iowa’s Short History with Impeachment

There have only been a three occasions when the Iowa House of Representatives has filed articles of impeachment. In 1886, the House impeached District Judge Walter I. Hayes In 1886, the House impeached State Auditor John L. Bro...
by Craig Robinson

 
 
 

Impeachment: An Unnecessary Distraction

Three newly elected Republican state representatives are making a lot of news.  Kim Pearson, Glenn Massie, and Tom Shaw are drafting articles of impeachment, which would attempt to remove the remaining four Iowa Supreme Court ...
by Craig Robinson

 

 
 

A Judicial Tidalwave?

By Nathan Tucker A conservative tsunami rolled across the nation Tuesday night, bringing with it Republican majorities to the U.S. House, governorships, and state legislatures.  But did the tidal wave also affect judicial race...
by Nathan W. Tucker