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The U.S. Census and Chuck Grassley may actually shorten the next campaign.
The Tax Foundation examined tax rates on owner-occupied housing across the United States and found Iowa ranked 12th in the nation.
There’s a clear lesson in the chemical and ethical cloud now shrouding AltEn, a 25-million-gallon per year ethanol plant just south of Mead, NE.
There is one and only one job for which I would voluntarily come out retirement.
Have you ever read a letter that made you tremble like leaves on a poplar?
This past week has reminded me not to take life so seriously and to enjoy simple little moments that otherwise may pass us by.
As the late Tip O’Neil used to say when he was Speaker of the House, “All politics is local.”
Winter bird feeding is as simple, or as complicated, as you care to make it.
Different lures have different qualities that enter the picture.
Opinion: I have never met a kind person I disliked, even if I disagreed with their politics or we had no interests in common.
Episode 8: Also discussed is whether boycotts are an effective tactic to get companies to change their policies and why we should consider inc…
Justice for all can exist only if criminal conviction requires that the specific criminal nature of individual conduct is proven conclusively.
The latest winter blast in Iowa and many parts of the country is a rare extreme weather event resulting in spikes in energy demands. Condition…
We may dislike or even hate Big Meat but slicing them up looks like a very, very long shot indeed.
What do you do when the unthinkable happens? Where do you go to find peace? And how do you explain it to a child?
We have been influenced by a data tsunami, delivered in a language for which everyday Americans have no Rosetta Stone to translate.
I started calling at 10 a.m. Tuesday, the designated time for people 65 and older to sign up for the COVID19 vaccination.
Around our house, cottontail rabbit is a favored winter entrée.
A wide-ranging bill that would dramatically alter the shape of Iowa’s elections could go from public introduction to state law in little more …