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Massachusetts shows rationing is inevitable when government is in charge of healthcare

October 20 2017
by Hadley Heath

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Opioid epidemic exposé simplifies America's real path to addiction

October 19 2017
by Hadley Heath

A 2016 law contributed to the opioid epidemic by diminishing the power of the nation’s biggest drug busters, the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA)...

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Moms Are Key to Success In Green Agitation

October 19 2017
by Julie Gunlock

Environmentalists understand the power and efficiency of moms. She’s the ultimate virtuous voice—nurturing, caring, innocent and untouched by industry’s big advocacy machine...

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Cornell’s Black Student Disunion

October 18 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley

A radical group calls on the university to disfavor immigrants...

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How Technology Makes Life–and Wine–More Satisfying

October 17 2017
by Angela Logomasini

Technological developments have vastly improved human life, yet we too often take it for granted, never understanding what life was like beforehand...

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The Moral Emptiness of Hollywood Moms

October 16 2017
by Julie Gunlock

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A modern leave policy both employers, employees could love

October 16 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas

Ivanka Trump is currently making the case for how tax reform can benefit families and women...

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Trump's Iran speech finally sets facts of sham nuclear deal straight

October 14 2017
by Claudia Rosett

President Trump just took a vital step toward pulling America out of the Iran nuclear deal...

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Regulating Little Entrepreneurs Will do Long-term Damage

October 13 2017
by Christine Goss

The experience of a job well done and earning money should not be undervalued, and yet we’re regulating it away from the next generation of leaders and entrepreneurs.

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Harvey Weinstein and the Hollywood/media industrial complex's war on women

October 13 2017
by Charlotte Hays

The stench is unlikely to go away any time soon...

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Is There A Merit Badge for Gender Denial?

October 12 2017
by Julie Gunlock

In the effort to elevate girls, why do we need to destroy organizations designed to help boys?

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Bipartisan agreement on healthcare might finally come, at least on this one issue

October 11 2017
by Hadley Heath

Individual seniors deserve a say in this process

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Now, Even Your Dinner is Supposed to be Part of the #Resistance

October 10 2017
by Julie Gunlock

Some applaud the politicization of pretty much everything, even the mundane task of eating.

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Give Christopher Columbus a break

October 9 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka

When we curse Columbus for his sins, we ignore the era he lived in and the blessings that we enjoy today as a result of our ancestors.

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The kerfuffle before the storm

October 7 2017
by Claudia Rosett

A reporter asked, again, "What storm?" Trump said, "You'll find out."

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The Fraternity Paradox: Lower GPA, Higher Incomes

October 6 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley

Tragedies at college fraternities never seem to be out of the spotlight for very long.

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American women have minds of their own — and Michelle Obama isn't happy about it

October 5 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas

Such a popular figure could do a tremendous amount of good today if she directed her attention to bringing people together...

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The Real Message Behind the Statue of a Naked Woman on the National Mall

October 3 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas

Washington D.C., a city that welcomes close to twenty million tourists each year, may get a new one...

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Why the ‘Will & Grace’ Reboot Traffics in Recycled Trump Jokes

October 3 2017
by Charlotte Hays

Say it ain’t so, Will and Grace.

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Could ‘Fatal Attraction’ Get Made in 2017?

September 29 2017
by Rachel DiCarlo Currie

Three decades later, Fatal Attraction remains a cultural touchstone.

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Don’t let politics ruin ‘Saturday Night Live’

September 29 2017
by Hadley Heath

The show so many Americans once loved may have surrendered its influence, and its humor, to its one-sided political obsession.

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Why Conservative Women Are Persisting

September 29 2017
by Karin Agness

Obama and Clinton need to learn that they don’t have a monopoly on the women’s empowerment movement.

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Black Women Leaving the Democratic Party, Cracking the Base

September 27 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka

Black women have been treated as nothing more than a mistress or “side chick” by the Democratic Party.

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Both Jimmy Kimmel and Bill Cassidy have erred in their ongoing debate

September 22 2017
by Hadley Heath

Kimmel is unintentionally presenting only one side of the facts when it comes to the current debate.

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Kick North Korea Out of the U.N.

September 21 2017
by Claudia Rosett

Membership has its privileges—spying, money laundering and illicit procurement.

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