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What Women Want 97 Years After Winning The Right To Vote

August 17 2017
by Karin Agness

Friday marks the anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment, which granted women the right to vote, in 1920...

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Government Can Hate A Name, But Still Must Respect It

August 14 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka

Let’s allow the PTO to focus on being neutral gatekeepers of IP law and allow creative people to have their products protected without the finger-wagging of government.

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Stop putting PC ideology before the needs of foster kids

August 14 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley

“Becoming a foster parent is not a right, it’s a privilege.”

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Sanctions against North Korea didn't work then and won't work now

August 9 2017
by Claudia Rosett

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Google it: men and women are different, and that's okay

August 9 2017
by Hadley Heath

The latest gender scandal comes from Google, where now-former employee James Damore wrote his infamous 10-page memo on the company's diversity policy. The memo was about many things, including ideological diversity, but the most attention-grabbing points are about gender.

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Government Policies Helped Create the Opioid Epidemic

August 9 2017
by Hadley Heath

Opioid overdose is now the leading cause of death for Americans under the age of 50...

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The Google Diversity Memo Should Start the Conversation — Not End It

August 8 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka

Lost in the controversy is the fact that the memo raises complicated and interesting questions about what factors should be considered in creating diversity programs.

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Fight Against School Vouchers Pits a Powerful Educational Establishment Against Low-Income Parents

August 8 2017
by Charlotte Hays

Vouchers put educational choices for children in the hands of the people who care most: the parents.

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Entrepreneurship Is the Real Black Girl Magic

August 7 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka

Many black women today ascribe their accomplishments to unseen #BlackGirlMagic.

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Behind the suicide of a teen track star

August 7 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley

Depression is a difficult problem to diagnose and treat...

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Serena Williams Swings But Misses With Black Women’s Equal Pay Day

August 4 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka

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Male Fertility Is Not In Crisis Because Of Plastic

August 2 2017
by Julie Gunlock

Look out, boys!

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Is Your Child Safe From Antivaccine Activists?

August 1 2017
by Julie Gunlock

Today’s parents worry constantly about the kids: What are they doing, seeing, saying, eating? Is that shampoo safe? Are they watching too much television? Thanks to antivaccine campaigners, add measles to the list.

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Tax reform must be congressional Republicans' next move

August 1 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas and Heather Madden

Congress has focused on reforming our healthcare system for good reason:  Americans face real problems as a growing number of insurers cease to offer policies and insurance prices climb.

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No, it’s not racist to save minority kids’ lives

July 31 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley

Everyone’s a little bit racist, even the employees of the Administration for Children’s Services. At least that’s what The New York Times would like us to believe.

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North Korea's ICBMs and Our Words, Words, Words

July 29 2017
by Claudia Rosett

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Sexism May Affect Women’s Careers, but It’s Not What Sank Hillary Clinton

July 28 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas

Why do so few women become the CEOs of major corporations, despite the tremendous gains women have made in terms of academic achievement and throughout the rest of the workforce?

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New Position Will Fundamentally Change The Experience Of Men At Princeton

July 26 2017
by Karin Agness

What does it mean to be a Princeton man?

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Bias Against Female Corporate Executives? Maybe, But Sexism Didn’t Sink Hillary Clinton

July 26 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas

Why do so few women become the CEOs of major corporations, despite the tremendous gains women have made in terms of academic achievement and throughout the rest of the workforce?

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Smarter corporate philanthropy

July 25 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley

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New York's PC war on art

July 24 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley

Last week the de Blasio administration announced that any city government funding for these institutions would actually be tied to their diversity.

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New York's crackdown on dog-walking licenses is only hurting low-income workers

July 21 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka

Walking a dog for pay in New York City? You better have a license for that.

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Business should back Larry Hogan's veto of paid sick leave

July 18 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka

Hogan was right to veto the bill...

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In Defense of High-Tech Parenting

July 18 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas

Summer presents a lot of challenges for parents...

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‘Adultification’ hurts black girls more than others

July 18 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley

Do we treat children too much like adults?

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