Posts Tagged ‘Sorenson’
 

 

Paul Family Reunion Scheduled for a Federal Court Room in Iowa?

According to recent reports, Ron Paul is likely to be headed to Iowa soon, but the trip is not to campaign for his son, Rand, who is mounting a 2016 presidential campaign. Federal prosecutors may call the elder Paul to testify ...
by Craig Robinson

 
 

Grassley Begins Re-Election Campaign – Couldn’t Be Any Stronger

Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley is known and respected for this work ethic in the U.S. Senate. Grassley has not missed a vote since 1993 when the state was devastated by flooding. He was touring flood damage with President Clinton,...
by Craig Robinson

 
 

Stuck on 24 – Iowa Senate Remains Under Democrat Control

It’s hard to imagine how things could have gone any better for Iowa Republicans on Tuesday night. They not only elected a new U.S. Senator in Joni Ernst, but they also won the state’s two open congressional seats, the open ...
by Craig Robinson

 

 

The Biggest Winners and Losers from 2013

With Christmas upon us, it’s time for us to look back at the year that was and pick the winners and losers of 2013. Some Iowa politicians had an exceptional year, while others would rather forget about the past 12 months. The...
by Craig Robinson

 
 

Winners and Losers: Sorenson Ordeal

As is the case with everything in politics, there are winner and losers.  There really are not any winners in the Sorenson saga, but there are people who did the right thing.  Below is a list of winners and losers.  Obviousl...
by Craig Robinson

 

 

Iowans Still Deserve Answers in Sorenson Ordeal – Potential Connection Between Paul Campaign and $73,000 in Payments Found

According to Kent Sorenson’s 2011 federal tax return, he had a net income of $84,469, which consisted of his state senate salary, wages he received from Steve Deace’s company Veritas Group, LLC, business income from the com...
by Craig Robinson