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Trump Announces Pick for Ambassador to China at Iowa Rally

Terry Branstad

President-elect Donald Trump announced his pick for U.S. Ambassador to China in Iowa Thursday night at one of the USA Thank You tour rallies. Trump announced that he would be nominating long-time Governor of Iowa Terry Branstad the position of United States Ambassador to China. The Trump campaign had issued a statement earlier on Thursday putting Branstad forward as the ...

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Bill Clinton interrupted by protesters in Waterloo, Iowa: ‘You’re a rapist!’

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The elitist media will likely avoid reporting these kinds of happenings, but, as video shows, they do happen. Bill Clinton was in Iowa stumping for the wife (yeah, it sounds bad only because it’s him) when several protesters started holding up signs and screaming “you’re a rapist.” Liberal crowds are usually full of feminists and women’s rights supports as far as the ...

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Candidates demonizing campaign finance reform infantilize voters

With the Iowa caucus, electoral politics have made a rather splashy re-entrance to the public dialogue, and a familiar bogeyman has snuck in with it. Since the Supreme Court issued its decision in Citizens United v. FEC in 2010 politicians on the left and right have sought to curry easy electoral points by vilifying this victory for freedom of speech, ...

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Just one day before the Iowa Caucuses…

538.com aggregation of polls

Four years of pent-up frustration, disillusion, anger and regret have many focused on the 2016 presidential election which officially has its first vote tomorrow – in Iowa. The primary season starts with the Iowa Caucuses followed closely by New Hampshire, and the images, video, sound bytes and excerpts are  surfacing at an amazing velocity. While major news outlets are focusing ...

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GOP Candidates Continue to Toss Money Down Cornhole

The really big difference between Republican and Democrat handout recipients is their ability to be sympathetically photogenic. When pressed, the average Democrat welfare recipient can hide the flat–screen TV, stash the cellphone in a drawer and refrain from cigarette smoking. And it’s not too much trouble to pretend to fill out the job application or limp convincingly to prove the ...

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Tom Hoefling Announces 2014 Republican Bid for Iowa Governor

LOHRVILLE, Iowa, Dec. 5, 2013 /Christian Newswire/ — Tom Hoefling of Lohrville today announced his intention to enter the 2014 Republican primary race against incumbent Governor Terry Branstad. Hoefling, the long-time conservative activist and organizer, enters the campaign as an anti-establishment outsider, having spent the last six years outside the GOP as a registered independent, and as the founder and ...

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ObamaCare: Cutting Hours in Cedar Falls, IA

Cedar Falls, Iowa joins the growing ranks of cities who are cutting back employee hours due to ObamaCare. ObamaCare requires employers to provide health insurance to employees who work at least 30 hours per week. Though the program doesn’t go into full effect until 2014 city officials are being told that there will be a ‘look back’ provision. Permanent, part ...

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Record early voting in Iowa, U.N. observers present

In-person absentee voting, similar but different than early voting, is going full steam in the Hawkeye state where early and absentee voting totals have already surpassed 2004 totals and are nearly topping 2008 numbers. Iowa Secretary of State spokesman Chad Olsen told Conservative Daily News that 531,996 of the 1,936,901 actively registered voters have voted as of Tuesday. With 27.5% of ...

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Quad City Times and Des Moines Register Endorse Mitt Romney

All across the country, newspapers are sending out their endorsements to the candidates of their choice. Last election cycle, then Senator Barack Obama recieved an overwhelming amount of endorsements compared to Senator McCain, but this time around the tides are turning. Two of the most influencial newspapers in the countries have both sided with Republican Candidate Mitt Romney. The Quad ...

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