On this episode of "She Thinks," Kristen Soltis Anderson joins the podcast to discuss voter demographics ahead of the 2020 election.
Student loans didn't exist in the 1960s. And yet . . . people still graduated from college. What happened?
Are tiny shampoo bottles really the problem?
Schools should assume every day that someone is out there who wants to harm their students.
Taking on debt can be particularly debilitating for kids from less affluent families.
They call themselves neo-Keynesians. But they are much more radical.
How you answer one question probably determines how much you gave to charity last year.
by Carrie L. Lukas
This mislabeled bill is sold as a way to end discrimination against women, but this ignores that discrimination is already illegal. Worse, the bill’s proposed new red tape and associated specter of more lawsuits would encourage employers to standardize pay scales and offer less flexibility...
Via Boston Globe
by Jennifer C. Braceras
It’s time to move on...
Via The Hill
by Hadley Heath
At the heart of our nation’s debate over health care are two questions: Do we currently have a market for health care? Should we have one?...
Via National Review
by Naomi Schaefer Riley
A bachelor’s degree certifies a set of life skills you don’t really need college for...
Via The Hill
by Vicki E. Alger
Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers (D) has been promising transparency about voucher programs, but he and his allies are delivering half-truths instead...
Via The Washington Post
by Inez Feltscher Stepman
Via Vaping Post
by Julie Gunlock
It has been a full week since Scott Gottlieb has left the Food and Drug Administration. Sharpless will be no improvement when it comes to regulating vapes and e-cigarettes...
Via The Daily Signal
by Inez Stepman and Kelsey Bolar
But a weightier question remains. Should conservatives reclaim the word “feminism,” or finally toss it to the left?..