Dan Riehl

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Military Theme Dominating Iowa Senate Campaign Air War

Republican Joni Ernst is up with a second TV ad for the general election, see below. It's "a 30-second spot called "Service." It features the candidate herself saying: "I believe in service and Iowans helping Iowans. During emergencies like floods, people don't ask if you're Republican or Democrat. They just need help. Leading convoys into Baghdad, I focused on one thing: Complete our missing and bring every one of my soldiers home. And that's what we did."  Aug 13, 2014 9:59 AM PT

Does Barry Need a Hillary Hug?

Call it a hunch, but with the twocamps still taking swipes at one another on social media, that big old Clinton/Obama 'group hug' may be just a bit further off than Politico would have you believe. Aug 12, 2014 6:42 PM PT

Bruce Braley's Elitist War on Women

We already know that Iowa Democrat Bruce Braley doesn't think much of farmers, given that he called Sen. Chuck Grassley (R., Iowa) a “farmer from Iowa who never went to law school” at a January fundraiser.  Aug 12, 2014 1:57 PM PT

Mark Udall Trips Over a Sage Grouse

Colorado Democrat Senator Mark Udall is talking a good game (bird) when it comes to an issue with significant economic ramifications for the West, including in Colorado; however, his actions, unlike his words suggest there is good reason for concern. Aug 12, 2014 12:34 PM PT

Rove Influence Set to Lose Alaska Senate Seat

The Tea party-aligned candidate in Alaska's Republican Senate primary Joe Miller invoked the "R" word, as in Karl Rove, in attacking his two opponents over their stance on illegal immigration. Given the way the immigration issue is now playing nationally, any perceived weakness among the two could cost them an edge in the general election, were one of them to gain the nomination, instead of Miller. Aug 11, 2014 7:23 AM PT

GOP on Attack Over "Amnesty" in Key Mid-Term Races

From the Arkansas to New Hampshire Senate races, to the Maine governor's race, Republicans are attacking Democrats on "amnesty," while suggesting it's the root cause of the current border crisis. Aug 11, 2014 5:13 AM PT

Hillary Throws Obama Under The ISIS Bus

Perhaps looking to distance herself from an increasingly failed Obama foreign policy prior to a run for the presidency in 2016, in a talk with The Atlantic, Hillary Clinton directly refutes Obama's previous claims as regards the rise of ISIS. Aug 10, 2014 12:23 PM PT

"Tea Party Wave" Responsible for GOP Strength in the House

The Washington establishment GOP might want to re-think it's ongoing war against it's own so called 'Tea Party' base. It's that very thing USA Today credits for the GOP having such a strong hand in the House, it's broadly assumed Democrats have no chance of taking control. Aug 10, 2014 11:36 AM PT

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