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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 »»

Slices of Life - Feeling accostigated and other such reflections

January 23, 2015 My family has a lot of fun with words and workings of the world. We aren’t alone. Recently a friend posted a new term on Facebook: Recognore. more »»

From the Hawkeye CC Board of Trustees

January 23, 2015 To the Editor -   The Board of Trustees of Hawkeye Community College would like to extend a sincere thank you to the voters and taxpayers of our communities for their past support of the Colleg. more »»

Letter to the Editor: Kellogg column

January 23, 2015 Heath Kellogg, I never could tell a good joke, so reading your column the first of the year put a smile on my face (the joke about the Hell’s Angel biker drinking the other guy’s poision. more »»

Letter to the Editor: Marriage equality

January 23, 2015 To the Editor, On Friday the Supreme Court announced it will take up same sex marriage. more »»

Iowa Courts Expand Their Successess

January 23, 2015 The Chief Justice of Iowa’s Supreme Court, Mark Cady, told legislators this week that Iowans can be proud of our state’s court system, which is one of the best in the nation. more »»

Obama's Executive Overreach No Laughing Matter

January 16, 2015 A recent Saturday Night Live skit tapped into a deep concern among Americans about the President’s excessive use of executive authority. more »»

Slices of Life - Hiding behind the monogram

January 16, 2015 They sat indiscriminately on the clearance rack marked down like a thousand percent from their initial price. Hand towels. Not your everyday, ordinary, run-of-the-mill hand towels. more »»

2015 session should help Iowa's middle class

January 16, 2015 The 2015 session of the Iowa Legislature began on Monday, January 12. more »»

Slices of Life - Credit card reject

January 9, 2015 It was a simple trip to the grocery store. Something I could probably do in my sleep. Pick up a few items, hit the checkout line and bag up the goods. I’d even remembered my coupons. more »»

Tax Provisions Become Last Minute Business

January 9, 2015 Among the last votes of the Senate’s lame duck session this year was extending expired tax provisions. more »»

New Year to Focus on Job Creation, Fiscal Responsibility

January 9, 2015 We capped off 2014 with promising news on the economy. That means we can continue to make both fiscal responsibility and job creation top priorities in 2015. more »»

Slices of Life - Tooth fairy loses her oomph

January 2, 2015 Our household is reaching the tail end of tooth loss. It’s been a decade-long endeavor where the tooth fairy went from super benefactor to sleeping beauty. more »»

Q&A on 114th Congress

January 2, 2015 Q: What’s in store for your work in the next Congress? A: In January the 114th Congress will gavel to order under new leadership in the U.S. Senate and House of Representative. more »»

Newspapers going strong into 2015

December 25, 2014 The past twelve months have been an invigorating time for the newspaper media business. The next twelve are shaping up to be even better. more »»

Building Strong Communities

December 25, 2014 Several studies indicate that the average spending per person for Holiday Season gifts ranges from $100 to $1000. All of that tends to go to other individuals. more »»

Slices of Life - The season of believing

December 25, 2014 I believe in Santa Claus. When you critically examine the whole narrative, what’s not to believe? Logic is logic and should dictate our beliefs, or lack thereof. Let’s start with the big guy’s attire. more »»

Serving in Iowa's Interest

December 25, 2014 Almost two years ago I announced I was not going to seek a sixth term in the United States Senate.That decision and announcement did not seem all that difficult or hard at that time. more »»

False Claims Act: The Little Engine That Could

December 19, 2014 Holding wrongdoers to account helps to uphold the public trust held by government, recover hard-earned tax dollars lost to fraud and strengthen our system of voluntary tax complianc. more »»

Slices of Life - X marks the spot

December 12, 2014 When they were putting together the English alphabet, the letter X got the short end of his two sticks. more »»



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