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Throwback Thursday

Lately, I’ve noticed the oldest posts on the ‘Read Later’ section at Feedly. These were often things I meant to read at some point, and never got around to, or that I figured I’d right about and didn’t.  813 more words


O'Malley Comes Close to Clinton in Iowa Caucuses

Originally published December 19, 2017

Date: January 2016

(Des Moines, Iowa) Former Gov. Martin O’Malley (D-Md.) came within two points of Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.) in the Iowa caucuses. 344 more words


Farewell Barry, and Thank You.

New York, NY — The other night before going to bed I watched the Netflix original “Barry.” The film was a slice-of-life moment during Barack Obama’s years at Columbia undergrad in New York City. 1,502 more words

United States Of America

AL.com endorses Kurt Meyer for Iowa Democratic Party Chair

Over the past month Kurt Meyer has been able to share his vision of the Iowa Democratic Party under his future leadership with his fellow Iowa Democrats. 355 more words

American Politics

Is Iowa Getting Redder?

MOLINE, Illinois – Iowa might become less of a “swing state”.

“Right now, the mood of the state, we’re pretty deep red.”

Iowa Republican chairman Jeff Kaufmann joined us for a live interview on News 8 at 6.  266 more words

Election 2016

In Trump Iowa Trusts

It is now that time of year where everyone predicts how they think the election will turn out. I will hopefully have time to make an Electoral College prediction of my own, but I also think that it would be interesting for me to list my prediction for the outcome of Iowa’s election. 3,544 more words