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A federal court temporarily halted the Obamacare abortion pill mandate for two Christian colleges, ruling that compliance with the law could cause “irreparable harm” to their religious freedom.
Iowa is full of farmers and Braley just said this to a group of supporters: "Put this in stark contrast, if you help me win this race, you may have someone with your background, your experience, your voice, some who has literally been fighting TORT reform for thirty years in a visible and public way on the Senate Judiciary Committee or you might have a farmer from Iowa who never went to law school, never practiced law, serving as the next Chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Because if Democrats lose the majority, Chuck Grassley will be the next chair of the Judiciary Committee."
Republicans fighting a noble fight in Iowa against dangerous "webcam abortions," where a doctor doesn't even have to be present as young women take RU-486.
According to the Associated Press, Cruz isn't just taking up valuable space on ballots, but instead has been logging some serious hours in Iowa, fueling speculation he's gearing up for a 2016 run for the White House.
After the recent death of Senator Frank Lautenberg and Chris Christie’s following announcement of a special election later this year, it reminds us that there are some critical senate seats up for grabs that could be potential winners for the GOP.
Congressman Steve King from my home state isn't bashful about saying the “gang of 8” immigration plan unveiled in the U.S. Senate this week amounts to "rewarding lawbreakers." Perhaps that's only fitting, because lawbreaking has traditionally been associated with gangs.
A group of nearly two dozen Republican lawmakers is threatening to pull state funding from an Iowa community college unless they defund an anti-bullying program that the lawmakers say bullies Christians and conservatives.
Dr. Jennifer Morse recently gave a perfectly civil and thoroughly Christian talk to a group of Catholic college students in Iowa. In a speech deeply rooted in compassion, she urged students to reach out to same-sex attracted classmates and offer them friendship. She thought they could benefit from chaste friendships, and that they would not necessarily get much of that type of support from others on campus.