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In August of 2019, CNN’s Anderson Cooper asked Joe Biden, “So, to gun owners out there who say, well, a Biden administration means they’re going to come for my guns?”  Biden replied, “Bingo! You’re right, if you have an assault weapon.” On September 13, 2019, then-Democratic presidential candidate and former U.S. Representative Beto O’Rourke said, …

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Trump’s proposed concealed-carry law will reduce crime, protect Americans

Stephen Kim was a kind, hardworking father of three young boys who, in 2017, was shot to death in Des Moines during a robbery attempt.  The Burmese-American’s sons, all under the age of 9, witnessed his murder.  No arrests were made.  Kim’s murder was among 1,247,321 violent crimes perpetrated in America in 2017.

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History favors Reynolds in match against Corbett

Important historical precedents provide an intriguing backdrop to the recently announced challenge to Gov. Kim Reynolds by Cedar Rapids Mayor Ron Corbett, the former speaker of the Iowa House of Representatives.

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On May 1, a black separatist named Kendrex White stabbed three white men and an Asian on the campus of the University of Texas at Austin, in what’s been described as a hate crime. One of White’s victims, freshman Harrison Brown, died.

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Ron’s Older Brother Was No Cypher

J. Neil “Moon” Reagan helped to line up his younger brother’s employment with General Electric and as the host of TV’s “Death Valley Days.” In Frank Gannon’s review (Bookshelf, Feb. 5) of the otherwise excellent book “The Reagan Enigma: 1964-1980” by Thomas C. Reed, the late President’s brother, J. Neil Reagan, is “dismissed as a …

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US – North Korea on brink of war

but who wins?

JFK’s United States is as gone as his party

John F. Kennedy would’ve been 99 on May 29. Had he lived as long as his mother and grandmother, he’d still be with us. But the America he so proudly served – as a Navy officer in World War II, in Congress and as president – is now a different country. The lives of many …

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Former Reagan White House aide and FBI informant “wows” Noon Rotary audience (VIDEO)

GOP Operative went undercover, Spied on neo-Nazis; KKK – and became a Junkie (Watch video as he tells his story) MASON CITY – Former White House aide Todd Blodgett addressed a full banquet room of Noon Rotary club members and others on Aug. 3 at Mason City’s Prime & Wine restaurant. Most of the audience …

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Politics by mob must end

On Jan. 19 protesters throughout the U.S. hijacked the Martin Luther King holiday. Instead of honoring Dr. King, they disrupted commerce in several major cities. In November and December 2014, looting by rioters angry at racially diverse grand juries for not indicting cops in Missouri and New York were facilitated by a lack of leadership.

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