Do your best at parenting? Want to raise your kids without so much fear and anxiety? Want society to be less judgmental, and more understanding and supportive of parents? It's time to reject the "good mom" and "bad mom" labels and create a new category: The Reasonable Mom
The United States has a long, proud history of caring for our veterans in many ways. This includes providing healthcare services to those who’ve fought on behalf of our country. But the Veterans Health Administration is failing to fulfill its mission and we explain why.
"Women in the United States have made great progress, but there is more work to do." Join Senator Deb Fischer to commit to working for women and finding responsible solutions to the many issues that are blocking opportunities for women and their families.
IWF and the Network of enlightened Women present Working for Young Women: A Modern Agenda for Improving Millennial Women's Lives that presents policy reforms to create a fairer, more dynamic society with greater opportunity and freedom for young Americans to prosper. Check it out!
There is more we can do so that all women have the opportunity to live prosperous lives so their families and communities can thrive. Join Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers to commit to working for women and helping to advance policies that advance their needs and their needs of their families.
IWF proudly offers this modern agenda for improving women’s lives. The report presents a slate of policy reforms that empower women by focusing on job creation, true workplace flexibility, and returning resources to individual women without growing government.
IWF sets the record straight about the real reason for the statistical difference between men and women’s earnings. The video explains how women’s choices ultimately determine how much they earn and how government intervention in the workplace can backfire on women.
Why immigration is so important . . .
While our hands may be off the wheel, Washington will try to be hands-on in regulating autonomous vehicles.
It was a notorious tribunal that operated in secret and reached a foreordained guilty verdict. Sound familiar?
Daniel Henninger takes a sobering look at how the presidential election is likely to affect public schools.
Almost a tenth of the workforce will pony up $500 more in payroll taxes next year, while retires will get an additional few dollars only to be eaten up by healthcare costs.
Mayors line up beside Elizabeth Warren in the fight against new competition in the hospitality industry.
Developments like this have bred a certain hopelessness into freedom-loving citizens, who see government growing ever larger and the high and mighty able to do just about anything with impunity.
It would be refreshing if, in our data-and-empirical-evidence-driven age, experts doling out advice were more willing to admit that their recommendations will sometimes conflict with other experts...
In September, 11 Wisconsin residents living near the Shirley Wind Farm filed notarized statements describing how nearby wind farms have abjectly affected their health...
Via New York Post
When the verdict was read in the civil suit absolving Derrick Rose of sexual assault on Wednesday, Rose “kept his head down and hands clasped.”
Via The Federalist
Clinton’s unapologetic call for judicial activism should be frightening...
Via Heat Street
Three weeks ago, the University of Michigan discovered racist fliers posted around campus...
Via American Council On Science And Health
Via The Conservative Book Club