Thanksgiving has a way of generating musings about the things for which we’re thankful.
U.S. Rep. Steve King, R-Kiron, compared immigrants to dirt in an audio released by The Weekly Standard, a conservative D.C. publication.
National media outlets made much of the gender gap that was evident in the offyear elections last week.
I was raised in a culture of racism and sexism on a farm in rural Iowa. This culture was blessed by church and government. It all seemed normal and a given.
This has been a big year for Jefferson Matters: Main Street.
The theme for 2019 is “We Aim High,” so next year will be even bigger.
As I write this column, I’m drinking another cup of black coffee.
It’s decaffeinated coffee, so many readers would argue it’s not really coffee. They make a good point.
Yes, on this night in Council Bluffs there would be the stage antics, the stand-up routine from the president, the hand-waving, the impersonations from behind the official seal (he’s better at mimi
As I campaign throughout Greene County for District 2 supervisor and learn from voters about the issues they care about, I am reassured that my priorities easily fit into the framework to find solu
In the two years since Iowa implemented privatized Medicaid managed care, the Iowa Hospital Association (IHA) has been researching and discussing how Medicaid can be improved and made more sustaina