Walker Up in Iowa, While NH a Four Way Toss-Up

2016 is shaping up to be one of the largest primary fields in recent memory, and with several candidates still unannounced, the media has had a hard time searching for a “frontrunner.”   Quinnipiac and Bloomberg provided the latest attempts to pin down

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Bush Barely Registers in New Iowa Poll

A recent Quinnipiac poll of 667 likely Republican voters asked respondents which candidate they would support if the “caucus were being held today.” Jeb Bush received only five percent of support, which put him in seventh place behind Walker, Paul, Rubio, Cruz,

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Jindal Killed It on Religious Liberty

Approximately 1,000 social conservatives in Iowa attended the Iowa Faith & Freedom Coalition Spring Kickoff in Waukee, where they were able to hear from nine presidential candidates during the four-and-a-half hour event. Overall, four candidates stood out as I was watching and

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Perry Hires Santorum’s Old Iowa Coalition Director

The Des Moines Register reports: Longtime GOP activist Jamie Johnson, an ordained minister and former radio broadcaster, will work for Perry in Iowa and other early states organizing both social conservatives and economic conservatives, aides told The Des Moines Register Wednesday. Johnson

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Taking Trump Seriously

If you like listening to the conventional wisdom echo-chamber, Donald Trump is at the bottom of the GOP pack. If you want to see what I mean Google “Trump” and “carnival barker” to see how many left-wing and mainstream media hits come

Common Core Supporters Launch Iowa TV Ads

In a striking development, the WSJ is reporting that the Bill Gates-funded Common Core campaign is running a TV ad in Iowa trying to persuade Iowa voters the Common Core is actually a conservative idea: “Washington incentivized states to adopt them. That

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Walker Surging in Latest Iowa Poll

Frank, at last we have a front-runner, if a weak one, in Iowa: Walker has surged to a double digit lead in the latest two polls, leading over Paul (13 percent), Huckabee (11 percent), Carson (11 percent), and Bush (10 percent) in

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