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Slices of Life - Life's truths: Part 2

April 10, 2015 Here we are, back again to gain a little insight about the truths in life we occasionally ignore, sometimes acknowledge and often stumble upon when we least expect it. more »»

Q&A on H-1B Visas

April 10, 2015 Q: What is an H-1B Visa? A: An H-1B visa is a temporary, employment-based visa status for skilled foreign guest workers. Administered by U.S. more »»

The Destruction of America

April 10, 2015 America was founded, and has thrived, on the principles of individual liberty and freedom. more »»

Slices of Life - Life's truths, part I

April 3, 2015 The older I get, the more I know that I didn’t know what I thought I used to know back when I knew it al. more »»

Marching Away From Madness

April 3, 2015 You know March Madness has arrived when a large share of Americans are checking on their NCAA brackets and checking off their tax returns. more »»

Letter to the Editor: National Ag Week

March 20, 2015 Dear Editor, Even in these difficult times, we can be grateful for the blessings we enjoy in this country, like our safe food supply and a wide variety of food choices. more »»

Which Nursing Homes Make the Grade?

March 20, 2015 When families need to make decisions about long-term care, many feel overwhelmed and unprepared. more »»

Community Involvement Key to Better Infrastructure

March 20, 2015 Over the past two decades, Iowa has installed over 5,000 megawatts of wind capacity and gained 4,000 related jobs. Iowa landowners receive $16 million each year in the form of land lease payments. more »»

Slices of Life - The technology debate

March 20, 2015 “Does technology free us or trap us?” This question came across my inbox the other day and caused me to paus. more »»

Wanted: Your Responses to Tax Survey

March 13, 2015 Iowa taxpayers are once again in the trenches during tax filing season. more »»

Slices of Life - Something from nothing

March 13, 2015 A blank page can be daunting. Especially first thing on a Monday morning, which is how I usually start my week. As a columnist, it’s my job to fill the page with something - or nothing. Yeah, nothing. more »»

Letter to the Editor: Puppy mills

March 6, 2015 What happened to that Doggy in the Window? I’m talking about the Doggy in the window with bars on it not the song. more »»

Did Speaker John Boehner Violate the Law in Inviting Netanyahu to Address Congress?

March 6, 2015 Speaker John Boehner’s invitation to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to address a joint session of Congresswithout first notifying President Obama of his intention to do so led to much... more »»

Taxpayers Suffer When IRS Misplaces Priorities

February 20, 2015 Get ready for the credibility gap to vault north between the IRS and the taxpaying public. more »»

Slices of Life - We are the Nielsens

February 20, 2015 I’ve never used a pen name or adopted an alias. My family’s not in the witness protection program, which I’m assuming would necessitate a name change. But this week we are the Nielsens. more »»

Iowa Needs More Skilled Workers to Expand Middle Class

February 13, 2015 Iowa has a shortage of skilled workers. Employers say it’s the No. 1 obstacle to growing our economy. more »»

Slices of Life - Big game, bigger commercials

February 6, 2015 It’s the time of year when the term “F-word” takes on a whole new meaning. Especially if, like me, you reside in a home with a bunch of football fanatic. more »»

New Year, New Congress: Listen, Learn, & Lead

February 6, 2015 Voters sent Washington a message in November. Lawmakers can make the most of the historic election in the new year by making fresh resolutions for the new Congress. Let’s listen, learn and lead. more »»

Q&A: Medicare Advisory Panel

February 6, 2015 Q: What is the Independent Payment Advisory Board? A: The Affordable Care Act (ACA) contains a slew of unpopular provisions that will figure prominently on the radar screen of the 114th Congress. more »»

Investing in Schools Keeps Iowans Competitive

January 30, 2015 Iowa schools are crucial to a world-class education that prepares students for good jobs and strengthens our middle class. more »»



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