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Q&A: Iowa's Steve King (no, author joke, please)
The Reporter
Q&A: Iowa's Steve King (no, author joke, please). By Joe Heim. Posted: 04/20/14, 6:49 PM EDT |. # Comments. The Washington Post. WASHINGTON — Rep. Steve King, from Iowa's 4th District, was first elected to Congress in 2002. Q: In December you met ...



For Comic Hari Kondabolu, Explaining The Joke IS The Joke
Iowa Public Radio
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From "cant-miss" to campus: Chris Lubanski embraces life at Penn
The Daily Pennsylvanian
A Dartmouth grad, Lucas was the perfect intellectual bedfellow for Lubanski when the two met during Single A ball in the bustling metropolis of Burlington, Iowa. Yet their .... “We were there simply to note-take and stay out of the way,” he jokes. And ...



The Massachusetts Daily Collegian

'Veep' continues to be one of the smartest comedies around
The Massachusetts Daily Collegian
It's impossible not to laugh when another voter gives a butter sculpture of Iowa to the speechless Veep. At the wedding, Gary (Tony Hale) panics in his ... The show has always benefited from these stinging jokes. Last season, when the Veep walks ...

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After Four Years Away, 'The Boondocks' Returns To TV
Iowa Public Radio
"Like, let's make more jokes about Uncle Ruckus as a self-hating old black guy and let's make more jokes about Riley being thuggish, and let's make more jokes about how this hard-core gangsta is really a gay guy." I spoke with another fan, Matt ...

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Times-Delphic

Iowa caucuses provide opportunities for students
Times-Delphic
As the national media focuses on Iowa, Iowans have the opportunity to meet candidates in person and shape how the election plays out. A political opportunity so ... “He shared jokes, talked with us and was a real person.” Van Sickle was also asked to ...



MacLeod's theories about conspiracy and other marvels
Morning Star Online
Austin, a teenage boy living in a small town in Iowa, has a lot of worrying to do. His town is dying, now that its main employer has relocated to Malaysia. His brother is with the US ... The enthusiastic way in which he orchestrates catchphrases ...



Washington Post

Dole launches three-day tour of 10 Kansas cities
Topeka Capital Journal
Bob Dole and U.S. Rep. Kevin Yoder share political insights and jokes Monday during a homecoming stop by Dole in Overland Park. Back | Next ... 4:20 to 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Hiawatha, Fisher Community Center (201 E. Iowa St.) □ 6:15 to 7:15 p.m. Tuesday, ...
Bob Dole through the yearsKansas City Star

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Washington Post

Just Asking: Congressman Steve King is not Stephen King
Washington Post
Steve King, from Iowa's 4th District, was first elected to Congress in 2002. In December you met with other lawmakers to discuss whether ... Finally, do you still hear jokes about you and Stephen King, the writer? Every once in a while, someone will ...

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David Iolas Huffman
Longview Daily News
Born in Ravenna, Ohio, in 1935, David graduated from Duke in 1958 and from Ohio State Medical School in 1962. He completed his residency at the University of Iowa and then heeded the advice “Go west young man,” by opening his first practice in ...


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