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Pantsuit Nation Cries Foul

February 15 2019
by Jennifer C. Braceras

Apparently, it’s not politically correct to mention likability when discussing female candidates...

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Actually, ladies, it's OK to accept Valentine's Day gifts from men

February 14 2019
by Karin Agness

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A deserving pick for the federal bench

February 12 2019
by Inez Feltscher Stepman

Ms. Rao has a career to be proud of and has written nothing to be ashamed of. And society at large cannot afford to grant the outrage crowd, which discourages practical advice young women can use to protect themselves, one more scalp...

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Who’s afraid of Neomi Rao?

February 10 2019
by Jennifer C. Braceras

At a time when Democratic politicians are facing serious allegations of sexual assault and wearing racially intimidating costumes, the left is focused on taking down would-be federal judge Neomi Rao...

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President Trump Has Annual Physical; 'In Very Good Health'

February 8 2019
by Jamie Wells

While the reports and recommendations are being finalized, I am happy to announce the President of the United States is in very good health and I anticipate he will remain so for the duration of his Presidency, and beyond...

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Want People To Get Vaccinated? Stop Shaming Them

February 8 2019
by Jamie Wells

The public sphere is inundated with malicious messages about those who are fearful of or resistant to vaccination...

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How the Warren-Cortez 'Wealth Taxes' Would Undermine the Booming Economy

February 5 2019
by Hadley Heath

Sen. Elizabeth Warren has introduced an “ultra-millionaire” tax that would apply to households with $50 million or more in net worth...

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State of the Union 2019: All about women

February 5 2019
by Beverly Hallberg

At this year’s State of the Union, the women are the ones to watch...

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Art Exhibit Invites People to Throw Trash at Vacuuming Ivanka Trump Lookalike

February 4 2019
by Kelsey Harkness

“Ivanka Vacuuming” is now a thing in the nation’s capital. Because art, or something...

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Children First

February 4 2019
by Naomi Schaefer Riley

Faith-based foster-family agencies should be allowed to place kids according to their principles.

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Company Claims ‘Complete Cure For Cancer’ In A Year - Cue The Headlines

January 30 2019
by Jamie Wells

The work done to this point has not been done in humans, just in cells in a petri dish and possibly in mice (but it is unclear)...

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Who’s disproportionately a victim of human trafficking? Young black women

January 30 2019
by Karla Jacobs

It is the heinousness of the crime, not the relative ease of prosecution, that is the primary motivator of prosecutors in child sex-trafficking cases...

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Gender Studies’ Value Is Under Question—And for Good Reason

January 30 2019
by Carrie L. Lukas

Class discussions trend towards group-therapy sessions...

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It's Time to Admit the Feds Are Making Poverty Worse--Not Better

January 29 2019
by Vicki E. Alger

January is Poverty Awareness Month and marks the 55th anniversary of President Lyndon B. Johnson’s War on Poverty...

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John Bolton's Intriguing Notepad

January 29 2019
by Claudia Rosett

At Monday's White House press briefing National Security Advisor John Bolton came to make some remarks on Venezuela...

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Today Virginia Could Ratify a US Constitutional Amendment Forcing Women to Get Drafted and Share Hospital Rooms with Men

January 25 2019
by Inez Feltscher Stepman

The Equal Rights Amendment could do great damage to the American constitutional order by inserting progressive identity politics into the highest law of the land...

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All Parents — and Children — Deserve School Choice

January 24 2019
by Ashley MacLeay

As a mother-to-be, such questions are starting to pop into my head. I want the best for my son and know I’ll want him to be in an environment suited for his learning style...

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If the Future Is Female, the GOP Needs Women Candidates

January 24 2019
by Sabrina Schaeffer

We’re less than a month into the New Year, and four Democratic women have stepped into the 2020 presidential election...

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Celebrate School Choice Week with bold thinking

January 23 2019
by Vicki E. Alger

Just in time for National School Choice Week, a new national poll finds that more than two-thirds of Americans favor school choice. Hopefully, West Virginia lawmakers are listening...

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School choice — we should support more educational opportunities for all students

January 23 2019
by Vicki E. Alger

Just in time for National School Choice Week, a new national poll finds that support for school choice has increased to more to two-thirds of Americans. Hopefully, lawmakers are listening...

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Kentucky should observe National School Choice Week with bold thinking

January 22 2019
by Vicki E. Alger

Just in time for National School Choice Week, a new national poll finds that more than two-thirds of Americans favor school choice and bold reforms. Hopefully, Kentucky lawmakers are listening...

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Toxic Politics Distract from what America Needs--A Secure Border

January 22 2019
by Hadley Heath

The government shutdown, now in week four, has millions of Americans scratching heads in frustration and wondering why our elected leaders cannot find a compromise...

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Opioid deaths surpass car crash fatalities, and someone you know is next

January 21 2019
by Ericka Andersen Sylvester

Data show that the majority of overdose deaths are centered squarely in midlife, between the ages of 25-54. Individuals are accidentally killing themselves because they often aren’t aware of resources, tools, and options that could save them from themselves...

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Not my Women’s March

January 19 2019
by Carrie L. Lukas

The so-called Women’s March returns this weekend, with a rally in Washington and other events around the country. But don’t expect it to pack the same punch it did two years ago...

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The United Nations is trying to grab control of worldwide immigration policy

January 18 2019
by Claudia Rosett

While President Donald Trump seeks funding for a border wall, the United Nations is seeking control of migration policies worldwide, with a campaign configured to undermine America's sovereignty and control over its own borders...

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