“Red Flags”:  Fine for Football, but not Society

“Red Flags”: Fine for Football, but not Society

  Bottom Line Up Front I find that a lot of wisdom, sound advice, and guidance on how to solve the problems of the present is found by simply listening and learning from our past. Therefore, I’ve decided to use the quotes of Calvin Coolidge, Daniel Webster, and...
Baby Jaden: The Subjective Standard of Viability

Baby Jaden: The Subjective Standard of Viability

Seventeen weeks earlier than expected and weighing a mere 13 ounces, Jaden Wesley Morrow was born on July 11, 2019, early in his mother’s 23rd week of pregnancy. Shocking doctors and defeating all medical odds, Jaden appears to be gaining strength in the NICU....
Gov. Reynolds Makes CRC Appointment

Gov. Reynolds Makes CRC Appointment

Governor Kim Reynolds announced the appointment of Elizabeth Johnson of Altoona to serve as Executive Director of the Iowa Civil Rights Commission. Johnson, currently an administrative law judge at Iowa Workforce Development, begins her new role on Aug. 26, 2019....
The Years of Hate

The Years of Hate

In George Orwell’s novel 1984, society was afforded an approved time to hate. To be more specific, there was an allocation of two minutes each day to hate Emanuel Goldstein and his followers. Is there such a thing as limited hatred with manners? In the novel,...
Dennis Prager – Size Matters

Dennis Prager – Size Matters

Dennis Prager, the founder of PragerU, believes size matters and he is in good company with Ronald Reagan and the Founding Fathers. Ronald Reagan was no friend of big government. He understood the dangers of an ever-expanding, elitist government and he warned us about...