An Ode to Flyover Country

"We are moving to Sioux Falls, South Dakota," my father said matter-of-factly. I don’t think I knew exactly where South Dakota was, having spent my formative years in Denver, a truly wonderful place to live as a kid back then. I could obtain an occasional Coors beer—an exclusive adult beverage only available in the area … Continue reading An Ode to Flyover Country

A Conservative Respite in Flyover Country

Flyover country may not be the battleground for the presidential election, but there are many lessons the candidates could learn from the Midwest. Over Labor Day weekend, I traveled through South Dakota, Minnesota and Iowa. I found almost everyone I talked to held conservative viewpoints. That shouldn’t come as a surprise, but I only speak … Continue reading A Conservative Respite in Flyover Country