Despite protestations to the contrary, many critics of former defense secretary Ash Carter's opening up all front-line combat positions to women suspected that the military would end up relaxing physical standards for front-line soldiers.
It's not good news for those supportive of gender mandates.
Justice Ginsburg supports the MeToo Movement but says due process for the accused is still essential.
Disrupters and problem-solvers are taking it upon themselves to do what they can to escape from the expensive, burdensome system created by the ACA.
Private health insurance companies sometimes make mistakes. Do we think the government would do their job any better?
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Thursday met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to discuss, putting it lightly, tensions between our two countries...
Before they tell the libertarian billionaire to close the door on the way out, Silicon Valley leaders might ponder his message.
Via The National Law Journal
by Erin Hawley
The doctrine gives agencies wide scope to interpret their own regulations. The high court has a chance to stop it...
Via The Wall Street Journal
by Naomi Schaefer Riley
A new law recognizes six Virginia tribes, but that’s hardly a path to success...
Via The Washington Post
by Patrice Lee Onwuka
Most Americans welcome immigrants who come to this country the right way and succeed...
Via Wall Street Journal
by Claudia Rosett
She holds a key post in Pyongyang’s fearsome and brutal Propaganda and Agitation Department...
Via The Denver Post
by Hadley Heath
Workers could opt to take Social Security “parental benefits,” calculated using the disability formula, after the birth of a new child in exchange for one day delaying their Social Security retirement benefits...
Via The National Law Review
by Carrie L. Lukas
Via The Hill
by Kristin A. Shapiro
The White House has reintroduced a paid parental leave proposal in the 2019 budget...
Via One News Now
by Hadley Heath