On this episode of She Thinks: IWF's Inez Feltscher Stepman talks about the issue of free speech on college campuses. With rising tuition costs and the increasing politicization of classroom space, public confidence in institutions of higher ed are at an all-time low.
A BBC interviewer asked Hillary Clinton about the omission and her answer was priceless.
Public urination is now okay in San Francisco.
If you are tired of reading distressing articles about American higher education, meet Williamson College for the Trades in Media, Pennsylvania.
Regulatory rollback could be a way to keep local news in television and print alive.
Freedom of Speech: It’s more than a legal concept. It’s a bedrock principle that allows America’s diverse 330 million citizens to coexist and flourish. Today, universities are in the midst of a free speech crisis.
A U.K. birth coach is hounded out of organization after saying that only women can give birth.
Via The Hill
by Andrea Bottner
It’s been almost a year since the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) should have been reauthorized, but wasn’t.
Via Dallas News
by Claudia Rosett
Ronald Reagan made it his driving mission not to appease and accommodate the USSR, but to defeat it.
Via The Boston Globe
by Jennifer C. Braceras
Via The Hill
by Inez Feltscher Stepman
Via USA Today
by Naomi Schaefer Riley
Why are bureaucratic approaches superior to GoFundMe campaigns? Private efforts to help are not a sign that government has fallen down on the job.
Via Washington Examiner
by Carrie L. Lukas
Via The Federalist
by Julie Gunlock
Many fear that the administration crack-down on electronic cigarettes will have far greater consequences for public health than addicting teens.
Via One News Now
by Hadley Heath
An eye-opening report from the United Kingdom shows hospital wait times have skyrocketed in recent years, fueling warnings in the U.S. that “free” health care will literally kill you.