Posts Tagged ‘United States Constitution’
 

 

Kevin’s Korner: Big Liberty, New Auditor and Rand’s Slam

Greetings and welcome to Kevin’s Korner. Happy Mothers Day to all the mom’s out there, especially mine, without whom this column would not exist. And Paulistinians everywhere would rejoice. Governor Branstad will announce o...
by Kevin Hall

 
 

Vote No on Wiggins

By Bob Vander Plaats There have been several points raised in a number of newspaper editorials in support of the retention of Iowa Supreme Court Justice David Wiggins that are highly misleading. The Register recently ran an edi...
by The Iowa Republican

 
 

Elective Monarchy

By Nathan Tucker “The contest, for all ages, has been to rescue liberty from the grasp of executive power,” warned Daniel Webster.  “Through all this history of the contest for liberty, executive power has been regarded ...
by Nathan W. Tucker

 

 

No, You Can’t

By Nathan Tucker Two-hundred and twenty-five years ago Monday, the Constitutional Convention meeting in Philadelphia signed the Constitution and submitted it to the states for ratification.  It went into effect on June 21, 178...
by Nathan W. Tucker

 
 

NULLIFYING LEVIATHAN

By Nathan Tucker The long, slow death of federalism is nearly complete.  While perhaps an enthusiasm boost for the GOP heading into the November election, the Supreme Court’s Obamacare decision is yet another nail in the cof...
by Nathan W. Tucker

 

 

Steve King: Ruling Gives Congress Taxation Powers They Didn’t Know Existed

The Supreme Court decision upholding ObamaCare was a major disappointment for Iowa Congressman Steve King. He has waged a two and a half year battle against the bill. King even drafted legislation to repeal ObamaCare before the...
by Kevin Hall