Joni Ernst is calling on Congress to use the more than $350 million in idle funds for public financing of campaigns to purchase medical supplies.
Why should one baby down the hall be given care while another is left to die? Sen. Joni Ernst asked the Senate Judiciary Committee. Not one Democrat in the room could answer the question.
Republican Sens. Ben Sasses, R-Neb., and Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, are leading the charge to revitalize and pass the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act.
This year, American taxpayers funded $1.2 billion in government projects that even bureaucrats think are either unwanted or unneeded.
Democrats looking to unseat Sen. Joni Ernst have landed on a particularly distasteful line of attack, accusing the Iowa Republican of being insufficiently supportive of domestic violence victims despite her experience as a survivor.
Wasteful items cited by Ernst include more than $600,000 on coloring books, $60,000 on key chains, $33,000 on snuggies, and $17,000 on koozies.
Senator Ernst joins the Federalist Radio Hour to discuss her recent policy proposals, and the 2020 Democrats swinging through her state of Iowa.
The Billion Dollar Boondoggle Act requires a list of every federally funded project that is $1 billion or more over budget or five years or more behind schedule.
Senators introduced legislation today to protect babies that survive abortions, after a bill to ban abortions after fetuses are 20 weeks old failed to pass.
On Fox News, Mollie Hemingway complimented the 2016 field of GOP presidential candidates and had harsh words for Iowa’s role in picking the eventual nominee
Emboldened by a string of electoral and media victories, pro-life candidates have figured out how to put abortion rights supporters on the defensive.
Obama’s State of the Union Address declared how awesome it is to live in the wonderful new era of peace and prosperity that no one but him has noticed.
A Politico photo of Iowa Sen. Joni Ernst makes her look unrecognizable. But the pattern of making conservative women appear odd is strong. And tiring.
Eco-worriers failed their midterms, but promise to ace the 2016 finals. Can they?
Since 2000, election maps have shown “two Americas,” evenly divided between red and blue districts. This year’s midterms look a lot more like one America.
Here are a few pointers for the media and GOP after last week’s successes with conservative female candidates.
If there’s one thing we’ve learned over the years, it’s that the media is always going soft on Republicans.
A billionaire Democrat donor announces a scheme for suppressing Republican votes. Does anyone care?
Mixed news with this edition, as Republicans have weakened in North Carolina, strengthened in Iowa’s open seat, and we introduce a new senate elections graphic.
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