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  • A Thanksgiving Grace
    My guest essay on Iowa’s German immigrants (“What Would Grandpa Trump Say?”) elicited a number of responses. 
  • On Trump, I told you so
    The East Coast media clueless have gotten everything wrong when it comes to Donald trump. All the time! 
  • Mrs. Clinton, can’t we cry for New York and shout at Wall Street?
    Wall Street judges us every day. Minute to minute, in fact. No tears. No mercy. 
  • Gloves come off at second Democratic debate
    The second Democratic presidential candidate debate held Saturday night at Drake University in Des Moines became a spirited dialogue that highlighted differences among the three Democratic hopefuls — Hillary Clinton, Martin O’Malley and Bernie Sanders. 
  • What would Opa Trump say?
    Immigration was the centerpiece of Donald Trump’s campaign kickoff, and it was again at center stage at the recent GOP Fox Business debate.  
  • Jensen: I’ll push for more citizen referendums
    I am writing this afternoon to encourage every one to vote in the Carroll city elections Tuesday.  I would like everyone to take into consideration the candidates’ stance on leadership, accountability and fiscal responsibility. 
  • Deconstructing  the third Republican debate
    The Republican Denver debates last Wednesday were discouraging because they were a shouting match and zingers. 
  • Leading Chicago Latino: Rubio ‘callous’ on immigration
    Marco Rubio wants to change the very immigration system that allowed his family to migrate to the United States from Cuba. 
  • First-round folly: Random upsets don’t deter playoff change
    When the Iowa High School Athletic Association’s board of control voted in June to scale back the high school football playoffs to 16 teams per class, it meant this year would be the last under the 32-team format. 
  • Odom incident a sad tale of sports and fame getting twisted
    It makes for one hell of a headline: “Former NBA star Lamar Odom found unconscious at Nevada brothel.” I, like many people I’m sure, was grabbed by it and shocked when the news broke last week. It was no secret Odom has been undergoing personal struggles since his retirement from basketball in 2014. Police reported that witnesses said Odom had been on a binge that lasted several days in which he used herbal sex stimulants and cocaine. 
  • A white boy from rural Iowa finds out he’s hated — and that’s good
    The comedian Louis C.K. has this insightful bit about time machines. They’d be great for white men, because pretty much any number we hit on the dial — 1855 or 1950 — works OK for us. 
  • Taking inventory through 6 weeks of high school football
    Though it’s hard to believe, just three weeks remain in the Iowa high school football regular season. So, what do we make of the area landscape thus far? Just two teams — Glidden-Ralston (8-Man) and Audubon (1A) — find themselves ranked in the Associated Press poll. 
  • Viable, in double digits, and not peaking early
    Anyone who follows politics with even a challenged attention span can quickly summon from memory banks the basics of the 1960 presidential debates: Nixon sweating, Kennedy charming. 
  • All parties to blame in Texas high school football incident
    It’s a story that has swept the sports world the past few weeks. And if you saw the video, you were appalled, upset and altogether confused. A pair of football players from John Jay High School in San Antonio, Texas blindsided an official amid the fourth quarter of a Sept. 4 game against Marble Falls. 
  • The scourged and the sought
    Tyson Fresh Meats’ decision to permanently cease beef-packing operations at its Denison plant in August jettisoned some 400 workers, many of them Latino immigrants with varying degrees of language proficiency and connections to Iowa. 
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