Monthly Archives: February 2010

On Fairness

“Government is not reason, it is not eloquence — it is force” – George Washington, 1st American President Last week I had the opportunity to speak on the Iowa House floor regarding bill 2420, which is “an act concerning public … Continue reading

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On Honor

“When there is a lack of honor in government, the morals of the whole people are poisoned” –Herbert Hoover, 31st President of the United States What is honor? According to Webster’s dictionary it is “a keen sense of right and … Continue reading

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A Help Wanted Sign

Well, I am bit ticked. I received an email on Saturday notifying me of a public hearing on the Government Reorganization bill (SF 2088). It was scheduled today, Monday, between 10 am & Noon in the Supreme Court Chamber, and … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Town Halls

I went to two town halls this past weekend, and the differences between the two legislators were interesting.  One had hers in the middle of the day on a Friday, the other on a Saturday morning. One arrived late, stating … Continue reading

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