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Capitalism Is Best Way to Combat Climate Change

But if you are more open-minded, there is a less drastic tool for addressing climate change that does not involve returning to medieval living conditions: capitalism.

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VIDEO: Who Makes the Law?

Watch this short video and then test your knowledge by taking a few short quizzes about our nation's highest court.

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Supreme Court's Ruling on Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Will Have Far-Reaching Effects

As Senator Elizabeth Warren seems to be emerging from the pack, the Supreme Court is set to address the constitutionality of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, Warren’s brainchild.

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Two Truths and a Lie: Free Speech & Universities

Can you guess which of these following three statements about free speech on campus is false?

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Target's Minimum Wage Hike Two Years Later

Magazine: Minimum wage hikes don't happen in a vacuum.

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Quiz: Are Americans Better Off Now Than We Were Three Years Ago?

Take the quiz to see how much you know about how U.S. workers are faring in today’s economy. Then check out the answers to see how you did.

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Why Are Men's Magazines Dying?

It is a challenging media environment for most print publications these days, but men’s magazines seem to have been hit particularly hard.

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OpEd

The media need to ask Warren some tough questions

Via CNN

by Carrie Sheffield

At tonight’s debate we saw the mantle of Democratic frontrunner pass from former Vice President Joe Biden to Sen. Elizabeth Warren.

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Another Tale of Double Standards for Native American Children?

Via Institute for Family Studies

by Naomi Schaefer Riley

Last month, local media hailed what observers saw as a historic compact between the state of North Dakota and four of the Indian tribes that live within its borders.

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China Seeks To Mollify Hong Kong With Bread, Circuses

Via New York Sun

by Claudia Rosett

Draconian rule having failed so far to shut down Hong Kong’s protests, the government here now hopes to distract the public with economic handouts and yet more exercises in official “dialogue.”

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Kanye is doing God’s work in the case of the Cowboy State

Via New York Post

by Elisha Maldonado

In Wyoming, one can still be left alone.

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October Is Domestic Violence Awareness Month — How Aware Are We?

Via Inside Sources

by Andrea Bottner

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and there is one type of violence that too many Americans — including lawmakers — aren’t aware of or don’t recognize as a real threat to women and girls in this country.

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TV

What to Look For in a New Energy Secretary • Coast to Coast

New Method of Political Censorship on Twitter Sets Dangerous Precedent • Fox & Friends First

Americans Deserve More Bang for Their Buck in the Auto Industry • Coast to Coast

Radio

Is Hong Kong Carrie Lam afraid of Hong Kong? • The John Batchelor Show • Listen >>>

Latest on Syria and Turkey with Qanta Ahmed • Brian Kilmeade Show • Listen >>>

Latest Democratic Debate Puts Warren To The Test, Tackles Foreign Policy And Other Issues • WBUR • Listen >>>

Mentions

Transgender athletes deserve compassion, but not the right to transform women's sports

Via USA Today

by Jennifer C. Braceras

Millions of girls, women have athletic opportunities because of the legal meaning of the word 'sex.' Redefining the law for trans people is not fair.

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Q&A: Claudia Rosett

Via The Collegian

by Claudia Rosett

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Independent Women’s Forum: Girls’ and Women’s Sports in Jeopardy

Via National Review

by Jennifer C. Braceras

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Independent Women's Forum is an educational 501(c)(3) dedicated to developing and advancing policies that aren’t just well intended, but actually enhance people’s freedom, choices, and opportunities. IWF is the sister organization of the Independent Women’s Voice.​
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