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The media need to ask Warren some tough questions
CNN
October 16 2019
by Carrie Sheffield


Another Tale of Double Standards for Native American Children?
Institute for Family Studies
October 16 2019
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


China Seeks To Mollify Hong Kong With Bread, Circuses
New York Sun
October 14 2019
by Claudia Rosett


Kanye is doing God’s work in the case of the Cowboy State
New York Post
October 11 2019
by Elisha Maldonado


October Is Domestic Violence Awareness Month — How Aware Are We?
Inside Sources
October 10 2019
by Andrea Bottner


Trump Executive Order On Medicare Draws A Contrast With Democratic Plans To Control Health Care
Daily Caller
October 9 2019
by Hadley Heath


I Still Stand With Brett Kavanaugh -- And Here's How We Can Fight Back Against Smears And Lies
FoxNews.com
October 6 2019
by Andrea Bottner


What success looks like
Washington Examiner
October 4 2019
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Children In Charge
City Journal
October 4 2019
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Fueling Hong Kong's Fury, Carrie Lam Invokes Emergency Powers, Ban Masks
PJ Media
October 4 2019
by Claudia Rosett


President Trump is Absolutely Right to Assume Federal Agencies Are Against Him
The Federalist
October 4 2019
by Inez Feltscher Stepman


Respite Care Providers Help Foster Parents and Their Children
National Review
October 2 2019
by Natalie Goodnow


Ms. Monopoly’s Feminism Isn’t Good for Anyone
Inside Sources
October 2 2019
by Karin Agness


Glory to Hong Kong
PJ Media
September 30 2019
by Claudia Rosett


The new payroll tax is coming, but is there a better way to provide family leave?
Boston Globe
September 30 2019
by Jennifer C. Braceras


If Women Want to Earn More, They Should Choose Different Majors
Real Clear Education
September 30 2019
by Karin Agness


Beijing can’t stop Hong Kong’s thirst for freedom
The Washington Time
September 30 2019
by Elisha Maldonado


Setting the Record Straight on Vaping
National Review
September 30 2019
by Julie Gunlock


Conservative Women Have Role To Play In Saving Our Courts
Daily Caller
September 27 2019
by Erin Hawley


Elizabeth Warren’s Family-Leave Plan Would Weaken Family Relationships
National Review
September 27 2019
by Carrie L. Lukas


10 Reasons Medicare For All is a Bad Idea Besides Financial Bankruptcy
The Federalist
September 27 2019
by Hadley Heath


Ending arbitration might help trial lawyers, but won't help employees
The Hill
September 25 2019
by Jennifer C. Braceras


Tips for Raising Lifelong Readers
Institute for Family Studies
September 24 2019
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


No, Justice Ginsburg, we don't need a constitutional amendment to protect equal rights for women
The Hill
September 18 2019
by Inez Feltscher Stepman


A Vaping Ban Won’t Solve The Problem, It Will Only Make It Worse
Townhall
September 18 2019
by Julie Gunlock


The Rape kit ‘Backlog’ Narrative Lets Police Off the Hook
The Boston Globe
September 16 2019
by Jennifer C. Braceras


Why is Marsha Lazareva still being held captive in Kuwait?
New York Post
September 13 2019
by Elisha Maldonado


Will It Be Game-Set-Match for Women's Sports?
September 12 2019
by Jennifer C. Braceras


Arizona, Montana And Pennsylvania Make Headway On Occupational Licensing
Daily Caller
September 12 2019
by Charlotte Whelan


Debra Messing, leave black Trump supporters alone
The Hill
September 12 2019
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


The Violence Against Women Act must also combat female genital mutilation
Washington Examiner
September 11 2019
by Andrea Bottner


Wanted: More (and Better) Foster Parents
City Journal
September 9 2019
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Failure to Condemn: A Global Health Crisis Targeting Women Affects Us Here
Scientific American
September 5 2019
by Qanta Ahmed


Elizabeth Warren Makes the Mistake Hillary Clinton Did
CNN.com
September 5 2019
by Carrie Sheffield


Hong Kong and the Truth About China
The Wall Street Journal
September 2 2019
by Claudia Rosett


After the opioid verdict and fine, few industries are safe
Boston Globe
September 1 2019
by Jennifer C. Braceras


I took on a big mortgage to live near a certain public school. Parents need school choice.
USA Today
August 29 2019
by Carrie L. Lukas


Women won the right to vote conservative, too
The Detroit News
August 28 2019
by Karin Agness


A Big Push For Gun Control Is Coming To Congress In September
Daily Caller
August 27 2019
by Laura Carno


Discriminating Against Religious Schools
City Journal
August 27 2019
by Inez Feltscher Stepman


Kamala Harris Misleads Black Women on Faux Equal Pay Holiday
Newsmax
August 26 2019
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


David Koch’s Philanthropic Legacy
City Journal
August 26 2019
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Reaction to J&J verdict: 'Distorts public nuisance law beyond recognition'
Northern California Record
August 26 2019
by Jennifer C. Braceras


On Black Women’s Equal Pay Day, we don’t have to be victims
Washington Examiner
August 22 2019
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Understanding motive won’t stop mass killings
The Roanoke Times
August 22 2019
by Laura Carno


'It's All for Our Kids': Hong Kong's Protesters Double Down on Demands for Freedom
PJ Media
August 19 2019
by Claudia Rosett


What happened to Trump’s Kashmir mediation offer?
The Express Tribune
August 19 2019
by Qanta Ahmed


Harvard’s Ban on Single-Sex Organizations Hurts Women
National Review
August 19 2019
by Erin Hawley


Feminism Is In Trouble
Commentary Magazine
August 16 2019
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


'Stand With Hong Kong!' Where Is the Free World's Reaganesque Response?
PJ Media
August 14 2019
by Claudia Rosett


California Shows Why Students Need An Escape Hatch From Public Schools
The Daily Caller
August 14 2019
by Inez Feltscher Stepman


Mixed Messages: Can the United States Go Further as Champion of Religious Freedom?
Morning Consult
August 13 2019
by Qanta Ahmed


The Clintons’ new feminist book might ignore conservative women, but we shouldn't
Washington Examiner
August 9 2019
by Karin Agness


Oklahoma Going After BigPharma
The New York Sun
August 8 2019
by Jennifer C. Braceras


Why didn't any Democratic candidates tell the truth about the gender pay gap?
The Hill
August 5 2019
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Corporate gender quotas reinforce privilege
Boston Globe
August 5 2019
by Jennifer C. Braceras


By Any Means Necessary
City Journal
August 1 2019
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


If We’re Concerned About Harmful Media Content, We Should Limit Kids’ Screen Time
Institute for Family Studies
August 1 2019
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


IWF Explains Bias Against Melania Trump
Accuracy in Media
July 31 2019
by Carrie Sheffield


The women out to stop Puerto Rico from having its second-ever female governor
New York Post
July 31 2019
by Elisha Maldonado


Democratic candidates get amnesia on stage
CNN
July 31 2019
by Carrie Sheffield


Democrats are heading for a repeat of 2016
CNN
July 31 2019
by Carrie Sheffield


The Coming Hong Kong Crackdown
Wall Street Journal
July 30 2019
by Claudia Rosett


Progressive Privilege Harms Conservative and Progressive Causes
Real Clear Policy
July 30 2019
by Carrie L. Lukas


Young Puerto Ricans haven’t seen a government that’s not corrupt
New York Post
July 29 2019
by Elisha Maldonado


Big Tech vs. Our Kids
Plough
July 25 2019
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


A $15 Minimum Wage Would Put More Than A Million Out Of Work — And Tlaib Wants To Hit Even More
Daily Caller
July 24 2019
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Why Hong Kong hearts are burning
New York Post
July 23 2019
by Claudia Rosett


One Type Of Diversity Never Seems To Matter
Forbes
July 23 2019
by Carrie L. Lukas


Partisan politics blocks a qualified judicial appointment in N.H.
Boston Globe
July 22 2019
by Jennifer C. Braceras


The Wage Gap is Misrepresented
Inside Sources
July 19 2019
by Hadley Heath


College Should Be More Useful
Philanthropy Roundtable
July 18 2019
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


What Right And Left Get Wrong About The Court Challenge To Obamacare’s Insurance Mandate
The Federalist
July 15 2019
by Erin Hawley


Don't Use The National Defense Authorization Act To Push Unrelated Financial Regulations
Forbes
July 15 2019
by Carrie L. Lukas


Let Women Entrepreneurs Be Their Own Bosses
The Hill
July 15 2019
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


What does the Muslim Council of Britain have against Muslims like me?
The Spectator
July 13 2019
by Qanta Ahmed


Kaepernick's Betsy Ross flag controversy will only push voters to back Trump
CNN
July 12 2019
by Carrie Sheffield


The Ignorant Trashing of Alex Acosta
Washington Examiner
July 11 2019
by Jennifer C. Braceras


Democratic Presidential Candidates Are Seeking To ‘Pack’ The Supreme Court
The Daily Caller
July 10 2019
by Jennifer C. Braceras


The so-called 'wage gap' doesn't apply to the women's soccer team
The Hill
July 9 2019
by Hadley Heath


Do most voters even know who Bill Weld is?
Boston Globe
July 9 2019
by Jennifer C. Braceras


Polling Shows Fewer People Are Proud to Be American, but We All Should Be
Washington Examiner
July 4 2019
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Top female GOP senators just introduced a bill to fight the abhorrent practice of female genital mutilation
Washington Examiner
June 28 2019
by Andrea Bottner


Warren engaged in class warfare
CNN
June 27 2019
by Carrie Sheffield


Private Health Accounts Show The Way Forward For Health Reform
The Daily Caller
June 26 2019
by Hadley Heath


Forget Free College, Let’s Talk About Apprenticeships
Real Clear Education
June 26 2019
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Parsing Transgender Equality in Athletics
Boston Globe
June 24 2019
by Jennifer C. Braceras


Hey, Teen Vogue. On career day, no young girl should say 'I want to be a prostitute.'
USA Today
June 20 2019
by Inez Feltscher Stepman


Calm Down But Don't Forget Common Sense
Forbes
June 20 2019
by Carrie L. Lukas


Border crisis puts everyone's health at risk – Pandemics can't become 'the new normal'
Fox News
June 19 2019
by Heather R. Higgins


How Victim Mentality Is Pushing Women Toward Socialism
The Daily Signal
June 17 2019
by Kelsey Harkness


Trump Delivers Second Chances for Black Inmates Re-entering Society
Newsmax
June 14 2019
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Campus Insanity is Migrating to Society, and Republicans Had Better Stop it Before it's Too Late
The Federalist
June 14 2019
by Inez Feltscher Stepman


US and the world should stand with women in Afghanistan
The Hill
June 14 2019
by Andrea Bottner


How Occupational Licensing Reform Helps Women
The Daily Signal
June 13 2019
by Karin Agness


Why do Democrats think victimhood is key to women voters?
Washington Examiner
June 13 2019
by Beverly Hallberg


The Sky-High Stakes in Hong Kong
PJ Media
June 12 2019
by Claudia Rosett


The Feds Can Do More to Prevent Infectious Disease at the Border
Daily Caller
June 11 2019
by Heather Madden


Maine avoids political suicide — for now
Boston Globe
June 10 2019
by Jennifer C. Braceras


New Haven should keep Columbus Day
New Haven Register
June 5 2019
by Jennifer C. Braceras


Huckleberry Spin
Commentary Magazine
June 4 2019
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


30 years later, the Chinese people still yearn for the freedom that the Tiananmen protesters demanded
Dallas News
June 2 2019
by Claudia Rosett


Kamala Harris Plan to 'Fix' the Wage Gap is Sure to Undermine Working Women
The Daily Caller
May 28 2019
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Kamala Harris Should Review The Equal Pay Evidence
The Hill
May 27 2019
by Karin Agness


Kamala Harris's Equal Pay Hoax
The Boston Globe
May 27 2019
by Jennifer C. Braceras


Millennials like me waited to start families. Paid leave will let me spend time with them.
USA Today
May 26 2019
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Huawei's An Asset All Right—But It's Not Our Asset
PJ Media
May 23 2019
by Claudia Rosett


Does Access To Health Care Promote Longevity?
American Council on Science and Health
May 22 2019
by Jamie Wells


Paid leave bill would hurt families
Times Argus
May 21 2019
by Carrie L. Lukas


A lot of deception about school choice
Charleston Gazette
May 17 2019
by VIcki Alger


Sex strikes: Stupid, wrong, ineffective
Washington Examiner
May 17 2019
by Hadley Heath


Guatemalan Ghost Towns: Traffickers Tout U.S. Asylum Laws To Lure Migrants Away From Homeland
saraacarter.com
May 17 2019
by Sara A. Carter


Reclaiming History From Howard Zinn
Wall Street Journal
May 17 2019
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Congress can expand paid leave and help workers save with bipartisan support
The Hill
May 15 2019
by Carrie L. Lukas


The Lack of Price Transparency in Health Care is a Problem for Free Markets
The Daily Caller
May 14 2019
by Hadley Heath


Paid leave that won’t burden taxpayers or business
Boston Globe
May 13 2019
by Jennifer C. Braceras


This is a great time to be a working mother
Washington Examiner
May 12 2019
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


With Team Trump, Congress is reaching beyond its grasp
The Washington Post
May 10 2019
by Erin Hawley


The UK's 'Right' to Healthcare Doesn't Stop a Racial Gap in Maternal Deaths
Washington Examiner
May 9 2019
by Hadley Heath


Flexibility, Responsibility, Fairness: What Moms -- and All Americans -- Want from Paid Leave
Forbes
May 7 2019
by Carrie L. Lukas


Race, Family Structure, and the Child Welfare System
Institute for Family Studies
May 7 2019
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Is it Worth Getting a Degree? Not Really.
Human Events
May 7 2019
by Inez Feltscher Stepman


Erdogan’s deathblow to Turkish democracy
New York Post
May 7 2019
by Elisha Maldonado


Colorado is About to Mandate Sex Ed for Students Down to Elementary School
The Daily Caller
May 4 2019
by Inez Feltscher Stepman


Promising, Private Efforts to Save the Oceans
Townhall
May 3 2019
by Julie Gunlock


Girls and Women Deserve Single-Sex Sports
National Review
May 3 2019
by Carrie L. Lukas


Soda Scolds Ignore the Truth: Soda Consumption is Down
Real Clear Health
May 3 2019
by Julie Gunlock


Paycheck Fairness Act makes workplaces less flexible and fair
Chicago Tribune
May 2 2019
by Hadley Heath


A tale of two rollouts: Tone-deaf Joe Biden vs. patriotic Seth Moulton
Washington Examiner
April 29 2019
by Jennifer C. Braceras


Childhood obesity is more complicated than sugary drinks
Washington Examiner
April 25 2019
by Julie Gunlock


Why Sticking Everyone's College Debt to Future Taxpayers is Stupid and Immoral
The Federalist
April 25 2019
by Inez Feltscher Stepman


Trump Should Counter North Korea's $2 Million Bill for Otto Warmbier with an Invoice from the American People
PJ Media
April 25 2019
by Claudia Rosett


Donald and Melania Trump's Body Language Is Super Tense and Distant, According to a Body-Language Expert
Cosmopolitan
April 22 2019
by


Advance "Paycheck Fairness" With Tax Reform
Forbes
April 18 2019
by Carrie L. Lukas


Further investigation of Trump is pointless political theater
Boston Globe
April 18 2019
by Jennifer C. Braceras


Price transparency is key to a functional health-care market
The Hill
April 17 2019
by Hadley Heath


Go to a Cheap College — or None at All
National Review
April 15 2019
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Wisconsin deserves full transparency about vouchers
The Hill
April 15 2019
by Vicki E. Alger


This Tax Day, Let's Build on the Success of Tax Reform
The Daily Caller
April 15 2019
by Hadley Heath


The Gospel According to Game of Thrones
National Review
April 14 2019
by Jennifer C. Braceras


Putting the fear of God into the Chinese Communist Party
Washington Examiner
April 12 2019
by Elisha Maldonado


Granite Caregiving Act would hurt families that need help
New Hampshire Union Leader
April 11 2019
by Carrie L. Lukas


Black Americans don't need reparations, we need jobs
Washington Examiner
April 10 2019
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


25 Years Later, Violence Against Women has Taken a Backseat to Politics
Daily Caller
April 9 2019
by Andrea Bottner


Time to Confirm New Leadership at the EEOC
National Review Online
April 8 2019
by Carrie L. Lukas


Reforming Social Security to give parents more control
Washington Times
April 8 2019
by Carrie L. Lukas


Only School Choice Can Set Families Free From Transgender-Obsessed Public Schools
The Federalist
April 8 2019
by Inez Feltscher Stepman


A Funny Meteorologist Offers Advice on Weathering Personal Storms
The Federalist
April 5 2019
by Julie Gunlock


‘Equal Pay Day’ Is Misleading and Counterproductive
Inside Sources
April 3 2019
by Hadley Heath


Equal Pay Day--A Time to Perpetuate the Wage Gap Myth
The Daily Caller
April 2 2019
by Inez Feltscher Stepman


Empower women on Equal Pay Day by rejecting its faulty narrative
Washington Examiner
April 2 2019
by Karin Agness


How to Get Parents to Vaccinate Their Children
Fox & Hounds
April 1 2019
by Julie Gunlock


New Parents Act an Innovative, Conservative Paid Parental Leave Plan
Newsmax
March 29 2019
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


The Electoral College Is More Democratic than the Alternatives
Townhall
March 29 2019
by Christina Villegas


Crossing State Lines to Buy Insurance: Good Rhetoric, But Not a Good Idea
Real Clear Policy
March 29 2019
by Beverly Gossage


Congresswoman Wagner has been a paid leave advocate for decades
The Hill
March 27 2019
by Andrea Bottner


For Women's History Month, celebrate the conservative women that the media ignore
Washington Examiner
March 26 2019
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Democrats cry ‘wolf’ on collusion and cover-ups
Boston Globe
March 26 2019
by Jennifer C. Braceras


Public Schools Are No Longer a Foundation of America's Republic
The Daily Caller
March 20 2019
by Inez Feltscher Stepman


The Renewal Schools Disaster
Commentary Magazine
March 15 2019
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


The Biggest Higher Education Scam Isn't Hollywood Fraud, It's Academia Itself
The Federalist
March 14 2019
by Inez Feltscher Stepman


Seen But Not Heard
City Journal
March 13 2019
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Senators Ernst and Lee Introduce Conservative Earned-Leave Bill
National Review
March 12 2019
by Carrie L. Lukas


How parental leave aids families
The Washington Times
March 12 2019
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Ayanna Pressley thinks your 16-year-old should be able to vote. Let that sink in a minute
The Boston Globe
March 11 2019
by Jennifer C. Braceras


Tuition-free college will insufficiently improve higher education outcomes
The Hill
March 10 2019
by Christina Villegas


Moving Kids From Foster Care to Adoption
Wall Street Journal
March 9 2019
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Republicans Need to Wake Up on Paid Leave
National Review
March 8 2019
by Hadley Heath


Let's build a bipartisan women's rights agenda
The Hill
March 7 2019
by Karin Agness


Ten Years Into Obama's Russia ‘Reset’
PJ Media
March 6 2019
by Claudia Rosett


It's Not Just AOC Who's Got Radical Ideas for Expanding Government
Forbes
March 5 2019
by Carrie L. Lukas


Trump, Kim and the Death of Otto Warmbier
PJ Media
March 1 2019
by Claudia Rosett


Jussie Smollett Isn't Biggest Setback for Blacks, Ignoring Progress Is
Newsmax
March 1 2019
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Likability always matters in politics
Newsday
February 28 2019
by Carrie L. Lukas


The tax cuts didn't steal your tax refund
Washington Examiner
February 28 2019
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


E-cigarettes are much safer than smoking but few know it. That's a public health tragedy.
USA Today
February 28 2019
by Julie Gunlock


Limited State Action is Required to Stop Disease Outbreaks
Inside Sources
February 26 2019
by Julie Gunlock


Timeline of the ISIS Bride
PJ Media
February 23 2019
by Claudia Rosett


Elizabeth Warren’s Misguided Child-Care Plan
National Review
February 19 2019
by Carrie L. Lukas


Ocasio-Cortez Lives Up to Worst Stereotypes of the Participation Trophy Generation
The Daily Caller
February 19 2019
by Melissa Ortiz


Federal Report Finds U.S. Department of Education a Massive Failure
The Federalist
February 19 2019
by Vicki E. Alger


Nothing to fear from Title IX reboot, except long arm of the law
Boston Globe
February 19 2019
by Jennifer C. Braceras


Pantsuit Nation Cries Foul
National Review
February 15 2019
by Jennifer C. Braceras


Actually, ladies, it's OK to accept Valentine's Day gifts from men
Washington Examiner
February 14 2019
by Karin Agness


A deserving pick for the federal bench
The Washington Times
February 12 2019
by Inez Feltscher Stepman


Who’s afraid of Neomi Rao?
The Hill
February 10 2019
by Jennifer C. Braceras


President Trump Has Annual Physical; 'In Very Good Health'
American Council on Science and Health
February 8 2019
by Jamie Wells


Want People To Get Vaccinated? Stop Shaming Them
American Council on Science and Health
February 8 2019
by Jamie Wells


How the Warren-Cortez 'Wealth Taxes' Would Undermine the Booming Economy
The Daily Caller
February 5 2019
by Hadley Heath


State of the Union 2019: All about women
Washington Examiner
February 5 2019
by Beverly Hallberg


Object lessons from the uproar over Ralph Northam
The Washington Post
February 5 2019
by


Ivanka Trump responds to D.C. art exhibit 'Ivanka Vacuuming'
NBC News
February 5 2019
by


Art Exhibit Invites People to Throw Trash at Vacuuming Ivanka Trump Lookalike
The Federalist
February 4 2019
by Kelsey Harkness


Children First
City Journal
February 4 2019
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Company Claims ‘Complete Cure For Cancer’ In A Year - Cue The Headlines
American Council on Science and Health
January 30 2019
by Jamie Wells


Who’s disproportionately a victim of human trafficking? Young black women
Washington Examiner
January 30 2019
by Karla Jacobs


Gender Studies’ Value Is Under Question—And for Good Reason
The James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal
January 30 2019
by Carrie L. Lukas


It's Time to Admit the Feds Are Making Poverty Worse--Not Better
The Daily Caller
January 29 2019
by Vicki E. Alger


John Bolton's Intriguing Notepad
PJ Media
January 29 2019
by Claudia Rosett


Today Virginia Could Ratify a US Constitutional Amendment Forcing Women to Get Drafted and Share Hospital Rooms with Men
The Federalist
January 25 2019
by Inez Feltscher Stepman


All Parents — and Children — Deserve School Choice
Inside Sources
January 24 2019
by Ashley MacLeay


If the Future Is Female, the GOP Needs Women Candidates
Real Clear Politics
January 24 2019
by Sabrina Schaeffer


Celebrate School Choice Week with bold thinking
Daily Mail West Virginia
January 23 2019
by Vicki E. Alger


School choice — we should support more educational opportunities for all students
The Hill
January 23 2019
by Vicki E. Alger


Kentucky should observe National School Choice Week with bold thinking
Bluegrass Institute
January 22 2019
by Vicki E. Alger


Toxic Politics Distract from what America Needs--A Secure Border
The Daily Caller
January 22 2019
by Hadley Heath


Opioid deaths surpass car crash fatalities, and someone you know is next
Washington Examiner
January 21 2019
by Ericka Andersen Sylvester


Not my Women’s March
Detroit News
January 19 2019
by Carrie L. Lukas


The United Nations is trying to grab control of worldwide immigration policy
Dallas News
January 18 2019
by Claudia Rosett


How the Left Pretends to Champion Women While Actually Erasing Them
The Federalist
January 18 2019
by Hadley Heath


Women's March Has Inclusivity Problem and It's Not Just Anti-Semitism
Newsmax
January 17 2019
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Paid Leave Policy Must Recognize Trade-Offs
Real Clear Policy
January 17 2019
by Carrie L. Lukas


A tale of two injunctions — how a district court abuses its discretion
The Hill
January 16 2019
by Erin Hawley


Breastfeeding vs. Formula Feeding: Debunking Myths
Food Quality & Safety
January 15 2019
by Jamie Wells


What Mike Pence and Kyrsten Sinema have in common
Washington Examiner
January 13 2019
by Ericka Andersen Sylvester


Inventing Child Sponsorship
American Enterprise Institute
January 11 2019
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Senate Report Shows How U.S. Immigration System Encourages Child Marriages
National Review
January 11 2019
by Carrie L. Lukas


In The Prescription Drug Battlefield, Hospitals Put Generics In Play
American Council on Science and Health
January 11 2019
by Jamie Wells


Parents Have a Right to Educational Options for Their Kids
The Daily Caller
January 9 2019
by Inez Feltscher Stepman


Changes to Title IX enforcement are common sense
The Hill
January 9 2019
by Inez Feltscher Stepman


Cancer’s Shifting Paradigm
American Council on Science and Health
January 9 2019
by Jamie Wells


As President Trump Calls For Low Drug Prices, Media Hypes Pharma’s Recent Increases
American Council on Science and Health
January 8 2019
by Jamie Wells


At Their Summit, I Saw How Glamour Magazine Can Broaden Its Appeal by Welcoming Right Women
The Federalist
January 8 2019
by Karin Agness


The District Court Decision Striking Down the ACA Is a Model of Restraint
Law.com
January 7 2019
by Erin Hawley


Handmaid's Flail
Washington Examiner
January 4 2019
by Elisha Maldonado


Sorry, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, But Conservatives Don’t Care About Your Dance Moves
The Daily Signal
January 4 2019
by Kelsey Harkness


What Is The Real Deal With The Size Of Babies - Is Bigger Better?
American Council on Science and Health
January 2 2019
by Jamie Wells


To the Left's dismay, women aren't a political monolith
Washington Examiner
December 29 2018
by Heather Madden


Arm staff to stop killers quickly and keep school children safer
The Hill
December 27 2018
by Laura Carno


MSNBC Rolls Out Sexist, Anti-Christian Smears Against Female Trump Employees
The Federalist
December 21 2018
by Kelsey Harkness


You Can't Drain the Swamp Without Making it Easier to Fire Federal Bureaucrats
The Daily Caller
December 20 2018
by Inez Feltscher Stepman


This Addiction To Labels And Bans Harms Children
American Council of Science and Health
December 20 2018
by Jamie Wells


Another Reason There Are So Few Elected Republican Women
National Review
December 18 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


While Branding Infant Stages Sells Books, It Pathologizes Childhood
American Council on Science and Health
December 17 2018
by Jamie Wells


Check Your Progressive Privilege
The Wall Street Journal
December 13 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Jack Dorsey's Myanmar 'meditation' missed mass horror
New York Post
December 11 2018
by Elisha Maldonado


Despite Comey’s Forgetfulness, Testimony Reveals Dossier was Unverified Before FISA
SaraCarter.com
December 10 2018
by Sara A. Carter


Congress Should be Clear--Female Genital Mutilation is Violence Against Women
The Daily Caller
December 5 2018
by Andrea Bottner


First lady's project is of major importance
Hoosier Times
December 5 2018
by Ericka Andersen Sylvester


New Documentary Reveals How Border Insecurity Exacerbates Opioid Deaths
The Federalist
December 4 2018
by Ericka Andersen Sylvester


No, the ‘Real Gender Wage Gap’ Isn’t 51 Percent
National Review
November 30 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


The Left's Intersectional Identity Politics are Racist, Sexist, Anti-American Lies
The Federalist
November 29 2018
by Inez Feltscher Stepman


Junk Or Joke Science? Too Hard To Tell With This Study.
American Council on Science and Health
November 28 2018
by Jamie Wells


Republicans shouldn't embrace ACA rules about pre-existing conditions
The Hill
November 27 2018
by Hadley Heath


Women need criminal justice reform
The Hill
November 26 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Border Patrol Concerned Migrants might Rush U.S. Border While Drug Cartels Find New Routes
Sara Carter
November 21 2018
by Sara A. Carter


Shaming Women Who Vote Right
National Review
November 14 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Post-Election Analysis: In Congress, It’s New Gridlock, Same Old Divisions
Inside Sources
November 13 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Why so busy? Our flawed college system takes toll on families years before tuition is due
USA Today
November 12 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


The betrayal of white women voters: in pivotal state races, they still backed the GOP
Vox
November 9 2018
by


Half of white women continue to vote Republican. What's wrong with them?
The Guardian
November 9 2018
by


Who's left out of Medicare price negotiations? The patient
Washington Examiner
November 8 2018
by Hadley Heath


Midterms Bring Big, But Expected, Changes to Washington
The Daily Caller
November 8 2018
by Hadley Heath


Mom 'Regrets' Adopting Girls from Communist China Because Trump is More Authoritarian
The Federalist
November 8 2018
by Kelsey Harkness


Why Do White Women Keep Voting for the GOP and Against Their Own Interests?
Vogue
November 8 2018
by


By Excluding Them, Marie Claire Reminds Conservative Women Why They Should Vote
The Daily Signal
November 6 2018
by Kelsey Harkness


A breakdown of where the Dems and GOP stand on the most critical issues
The Hill
November 5 2018
by Hadley Heath


Opioid Trafficking Is Domestic Terrorism
Real Clear Politics
November 3 2018
by Sara A. Carter


For Independents, It’s About the Direction of the Country
Inside Sources
October 31 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Ben & Jerry’s Says It’s ‘Comfortable’ Supporting Group With Ties to an Open Anti-Semite
The Daily Signal
October 31 2018
by Kelsey Harkness


A cocktail a day doesn't keep the doctor away, but it also won't give you cancer
Washington Examiner
October 30 2018
by Julie Gunlock


Blacks Reject Left's Regressive Agenda, Choose Trump's Confidence
Newsmax
October 30 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Debt shouldn't hold back Stacey Abrams, but her victimhood mentality might
Washington Examiner
October 29 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Proof That ‘See Something, Say Something’ Can Stop a School Shooting
The Daily Signal
October 27 2018
by Kelsey Harkness


Let's stop treating sexual assault survivors like political props
The Hill
October 23 2018
by Karla Jacobs


Bakers Fined $135K Over Wedding Cake Appeal to Supreme Court
The Daily Signal
October 22 2018
by Kelsey Harkness


Obama left a crisis in North Korea that Trump just might be able to clean up
Dallas News
October 21 2018
by Claudia Rosett


One of Elizabeth Warren's Harvard Law Students Explains Why Her Native-American Gambit Matters
The Weekly Standard
October 18 2018
by Jennifer C. Braceras


Elizabeth Warren is the problem with the diversity victimhood mentality
Washington Examiner
October 17 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Dehumanizing Men
National Review
October 16 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


We can’t ignore presumption of innocence
Gaston Gazette
October 16 2018
by Inez Feltscher Stepman


Don't underestimate Kanye (and Trump) – Rapper could successfully deliver for forgotten black communities
Fox News
October 11 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Don’t Destroy an Innocent Man
Inside Sources
October 10 2018
by Inez Feltscher Stepman


Women and Men Aren’t at War — and Both Care about Due Process
National Review
October 9 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Taylor Swift Buys the Democrats’ Marketing; Tennesseans Shouldn’t
National Review Online
October 9 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Women and Men Aren’t At War–And All Care About Due Process
National Review
October 9 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Cosko Is Not An Unpaid Intern
American Greatness
October 6 2018
by Julie Gunlock


White Women, Come Get Your People
The New York Times
October 6 2018
by


I Support Survivors and Stand With Kavanaugh
Newsmax
October 5 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Republicans Offered to Interview Ford in California. Why Didn’t She Know That?
October 2 2018
by Kelsey Harkness


California Quota Bill Won't Help Women
Forbes
October 1 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Federal Employees Who Resist Elected Officials' Orders Should Be Fired
The Federalist
October 1 2018
by Inez Feltscher Stepman


Feinstein Played Ford Like A Pawn
The Boston Globe
September 27 2018
by Jennifer C. Braceras


Colleges Favor Academics Over Activism
Wall Street Journal
September 27 2018
by Elisha Maldonado


The Link Between Benefits and Take-Home Pay
National Review
September 27 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Let’s reauthorize a better Violence Against Women Act
The Hill
September 26 2018
by Andrea Bottner


I stand with Brett Kavanaugh
Fox News
September 22 2018
by Andrea Bottner


Brett Kavanaugh and the limits of hashtag feminism
The Boston Globe
September 19 2018
by Jennifer C. Braceras


The Constitution Doesn't Need an Amendment to Protect Women's Equal Political Rights
The Federalist
September 18 2018
by Christina Villegas


Government Already Pays Some Paid-Leave Costs
National Review
September 14 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


A Modest Proposal for 'Anonymous'
PJ Media
September 10 2018
by Claudia Rosett


Why Women Should Support Judge Kavanaugh's Nomination
Real Clear Policy
September 10 2018
by Erin Hawley


Opioids: Parents should know about real dangers facing kids
Washington Examiner
September 10 2018
by Julie Gunlock


Preventing the Crowd-Out of Private Benefit Plans
National Review
September 6 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


SNAP reforms in the farm bill can improve lives for Americans
The Hill
September 5 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


The Supreme Court has nothing to do with impeachment
The Washington Post
September 1 2018
by Erin Hawley


Kangaroo courts for campus sexual assault can't end soon enough
Washington Examiner
August 30 2018
by Inez Feltscher Stepman


Making Social Security More Flexible is an Idea Worth Further Inquiry and Serious Debate
The Wall Street Journal
August 29 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Mourn Kofi Annan, But Don’t Forget His Failings
The Weekly Standard
August 24 2018
by Claudia Rosett


The Extortion of Big Pharma
National Review
August 24 2018
by Jennifer C. Braceras


DeVos' gainful deregulation is a step toward higher education reform
The Hill
August 23 2018
by Inez Feltscher Stepman


Introducing Flexibility Into A Government Program Isn't The Same As Expanding It
Forbes
August 21 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Why Omarosa’s antics will fail to undermine Trump’s progress for black Americans
Washington Examiner
August 20 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


A Paid Family Leave Plan That Congress Might Actually Pass
The New York Times
August 16 2018
by Kristin A. Shapiro


The writing is on the seawall
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
August 12 2018
by Erin Hawley


One president is responsible for America's retreat from supporting democracy abroad, and it isn't Trump
Dallas News
August 10 2018
by Claudia Rosett


Don’t blame capitalism for high health costs
The Hill
August 8 2018
by Hadley Heath


Playing Victim Card Won't Win at Empowering Black Women
Newsmax
August 7 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


The Family Act would leave all workers with less take-home pay
The Hill
August 3 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Marco Rubio's paid leave plan would help black moms
Washington Examiner
August 2 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


The Rubio-Wagner Bills Help Workers by Modernizing Social Security
National Review
August 1 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


A Focal Point in the Culture War
City Journal
July 24 2018
by Inez Feltscher Stepman


Time to tear down the old-school ways of education and work
Washington Examiner
July 20 2018
by Mattie Duppler


Yale Law Students' Letter Against SCOTUS Nominee Discredits Their claim to Elitism
The Federalist
July 19 2018
by Erin Hawley


Don't Match Maxine Waters' Incivility With Disrespect
Newsmax
July 13 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination offers a chance to fight sexism against all women
Washington Examiner
July 12 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Eliminating Straws is About the Stupidest Thing Starbucks Can Do for the Planet
The Federalist
July 11 2018
by Julie Gunlock


A 'balanced' Supreme Court isn't the point
Washington Examiner
July 9 2018
by Erin Hawley and Heather Higgins


Conservatives Obsessing about the Social Security Trust Fund Miss the Big Picture
National Review
July 9 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Targeting Judge Amy Coney Barrett exposes the left's anti-religious bias
The Hill
July 7 2018
by Erin Hawley and Jennifer Braceras


Why women on the Left are not marching for all separated kids
Washington Examiner
July 3 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Paid Leave Won't Destroy Social Security, But Improve It
Forbes
July 2 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Climate Litigation Isn't the Answer
Real Clear Energy
July 2 2018
by Jennifer C. Braceras


‘Proficiency’ is a flawed model for education
Boston Globe
July 2 2018
by Jennifer C. Braceras


Reaffirming Court’s Commitment to the Constitution
Inside Sources
July 1 2018
by Erin Hawley


So-Called Experts Who See America as Among Worst Places for Women Are Deeply Delusional
National Review
June 27 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


What do Justice Kennedy's concurrences mean for the future of the Supreme Court?
The Hill
June 27 2018
by Erin Hawley


In the era of streaming shows, kids' TV regulations are stuck in the 1990s
Washington Examiner
June 23 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Turkey has a chance to oust Erdogan the tyrant
New York Post
June 21 2018
by Elisha Maldonado


Supreme Court ignores obvious solution to Internet sales tax debate in Wayfair ruling
Washington Examiner
June 21 2018
by Mattie Duppler


Juneteenth Is Over but Progress for Blacks Must Grow
Newsmax
June 21 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


In our health system, ObamaCare is the dangerous pre-existing condition
The Hill
June 16 2018
by Nan Hayworth


How Childhood Trauma Contributes to Skyrocketing Suicide Rates
National Review
June 14 2018
by Ericka Andersen Sylvester


Faith-based adoption agencies are too valuable to shut down
The Hill
June 12 2018
by Natalie Goodnow


Candidates’ Views — Not Their Gender — Is What Matters
Inside Sources
June 11 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Bourdain vs. the Social-Justice Warriors
Wall Street Journal
June 11 2018
by Elisha Maldonado


The real problem with discrimination in Colorado
The Hill
June 6 2018
by Erin Hawley


The Long Wait for China to Honor the Heroes of Tiananmen, 1989
PJ Media
June 4 2018
by Claudia Rosett


Only ""positive coverage"" allowed: Melania Trump is making money off of her press photos
Salon
June 3 2018
by


Starbucks' anti-bias training may serve up more harm than good
The Hill
June 2 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


How Individuals and Communities Can Help Combat the Opioid Crisis
Real Clear Health
May 31 2018
by Natalie Goodnow


Only Freedom Can Disarm Kim
Wall Street Journal
May 31 2018
by Claudia Rosett


Michael Bloomberg should embrace vaping to support World No Tobacco Day
Washington Examiner
May 30 2018
by Julie Gunlock


Anti-Bias Training Won't Help Starbucks
Real Clear Policy
May 29 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


How Title IX became an ideological battering ram
Boston Globe
May 28 2018
by Jennifer C. Braceras


FGM Shouldn’t Have a Place in the U.S. — or Anywhere
National Review
May 21 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


A Vital Warning About China and the Looming "Decade of Concern”
PJ Media
May 18 2018
by Claudia Rosett


Seattle's war on business won't help combat homelessness
The Hill
May 16 2018
by Charlotte Hays


Everyone agrees SNAP is failing the poor. Who's going to fix it?
Washington Examiner
May 15 2018
by Mattie Duppler


Reader’s Digest Needlessly Worries Moms
National Review
May 15 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Trump tackles soaring prescription drug prices
Washington Examiner
May 15 2018
by Hadley Heath


Urge Graduates to Create a Culture of Kindness and Respect
Inside Sources
May 13 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Energy Legislation By Litigation Is a Costly Mistake
The Hill
May 11 2018
by Erin Hawley


'Abstinence only' is the wrong approach to vaping products
The Hill
May 8 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Michelle Obama's myopic view of women is what's wrong with feminism
Washington Examiner
May 7 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Outraged 'woke' Americans: A new national embarrassment
The Hill
May 4 2018
by Julie Gunlock


The Untold Story of Government's Role in the Opioid Epidemic
Real Clear Health
May 3 2018
by Hadley Heath


Blacks Owe No Allegiance to the Left
Newsmax
April 30 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Gender and race shouldn't define your politics
The Hill
April 30 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Michelle Wolf’s Joke About Sarah Huckabee Sanders’s Eye Makeup Wasn’t Bad!
The Cut
April 29 2018
by


Women need to add babies and infertility to the 'lean in' discussion
The Hill
April 28 2018
by Karin Agness


Social Security Paid Leave: Let’s Have an Honest Discussion of the Trade-offs
National Review
April 27 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


How to Talk Politics Without Starting Fights and Ruining Relationships
O Magazine
April 27 2018
by Julie Gunlock


Social Security Paid Leave: Let’s Have an Honest Discussion of the Trade-offs
National Review
April 27 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Motherhood is not a 'penalty'
Washington Examiner
April 24 2018
by Hadley Heath


US liberals won't recognize Finland's pro-work welfare reform
The Hill
April 24 2018
by Hadley Heath


It’s Time For A Paid Family Leave Option That Works — And This Plan Could Be It
Scary Mommy
April 23 2018
by Hadley Heath


What Self-Help Guru Tony Robbins Was Trying to Say
National Review
April 19 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Women Talk About How Tax Cuts Are Already Improving Their Lives
The Federalist
April 16 2018
by Hadley Heath


While Obama pushed 'restorative justice' in schools, the Parkland shooter got a free pass
Washington Examiner
April 16 2018
by Julie Gunlock


The Importance of Striking Syria's Scientific Studies and Research Center
PJ Media
April 14 2018
by Claudia Rosett


'Diamond & Silk' offer chance for bipartisan push back on social media censorship
The Hill
April 14 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


School Rules That Allowed Parkland Shooter To Get Guns Coming Soon To Your District
The Federalist
April 12 2018
by Inez Feltscher Stepman


Paul Ryan's legacy is a financial success
The Hill
April 12 2018
by Mattie Duppler


The UN’s colossal failure to stop Syria’s chemical weapons
The Hill
April 11 2018
by Claudia Rosett


Every day is Equal Pay Day
Washington Examiner
April 10 2018
by Hadley Heath


Questioning The Equal Pay Day Narrative
Forbes
April 10 2018
by Karin Agness


Equal Pay Day's lies: Insulting logic, a misleading statistic
The Hill
April 10 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


How to offer paid leave without imposing a new tax
CNN
April 9 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


A Real Free Market Might Save Cab Drivers From Financial Ruin
Washington Examiner
April 4 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


It's past time for the mainstream media to add opposing voices
The Hill
April 4 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Why Didn't President Obama Close The Wage Gap?
Forbes
April 4 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Utah’s 'free range' law necessary in today's punitive parenting culture
The Hill
March 30 2018
by Julie Gunlock


Don't mandate, but nudge parents hard to vaccinate their kids
The Sacramento Bee
March 29 2018
by Julie Gunlock


Agreement on a Better Culture for Kids?
National Review
March 28 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Prioritize Reforming the EEOC
National Review
March 26 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


John Bolton: 'A Reagan Realist' and a Brilliant Choice
PJ Media
March 25 2018
by Claudia Rosett


Hillary Clinton’s sorry apology is why she’s no champion for women
The Hill
March 22 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Increased Competition Best Treatment For High Prescription Drugs Costs
Newsmax
March 21 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Make a Deal on the EEOC
The Wall Street Journal
March 21 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


‘Black Panther’ Exposes Immigrant Resentment in the Black Community
Inside Sources
March 15 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Parents Are Being Fed Misinformation About The National Gun Control Walkout
The Federalist
March 13 2018
by Julie Gunlock


From the Baltics to the Middle East: Russia’s rising threat
The Hill
March 11 2018
by Claudia Rosett


Women in our history made the American dream a reality for us
The Hill
March 9 2018
by Nan Hayworth


'Freedom of speech' is too sophisticated a concept for today's illiberal students
The Hill
March 9 2018
by Charlotte Hays


Little Rocket Man's Great Big Summit Scam
PJ Media
March 9 2018
by Claudia Rosett


Welcoming a Real Education Marketplace
National Review
March 5 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Paid-Leave Proposal Isn’t a New Entitlement
The Wall Street Journal
March 5 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


It’s time for Sheriff Scott Israel to be put in a time out
The Hill
February 28 2018
by Julie Gunlock


No matter what you call it, government-run healthcare will never work
The Hill
February 27 2018
by Hadley Heath


Putting Bill Gates on the Spot
City Journal
February 22 2018
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Food Allergy Activists Allergic to Jokes
Real Clear Health
February 22 2018
by Julie Gunlock


Orrin Hatch's campus free speech bill is sorely needed
Washington Examiner
February 21 2018
by Nicole Kurokawa Neily


Here's Why SCOTUS Should Discard Auer Deference
The National Law Journal
February 20 2018
by Erin Hawley


What Pocahontas’s Heirs Need Isn’t a New Reservation
The Wall Street Journal
February 15 2018
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


An immigrant's request: Keep these things in mind when debating immigration reform
The Washington Post
February 14 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Kim Yo Jong is a Twisted Sister
Wall Street Journal
February 13 2018
by Claudia Rosett


Why not turn to Social Security for paid family leave?
The Denver Post
February 9 2018
by Hadley Heath


When Did Joblessness Stop Mattering to Black Leaders?
Inside Sources
February 7 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


A fiscally responsible paid leave policy even Paul Ryan could love
The Hill
February 7 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Why Running Parent Leave Through Social Security Is The Smartest Live Option
The Federalist
February 2 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


What Does the Future Hold for New York City’s Columbus Statue?
National Review
February 1 2018
by Jennifer C. Braceras


Rationalize the safety net with this simple paid family leave reform
Washington Examiner
February 1 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Why Trump Was Right to Slam North Korea in State of the Union
PJ Media
January 31 2018
by Claudia Rosett


The Grammys' #MeToo moment signals a dangerous direction for the movement
Washington Examiner
January 30 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


The Good News American Women Will Hear During State of the Union
Forbes
January 30 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


The War on Grades Deserves to Fail
Wall Street Journal
January 30 2018
by Jennifer C. Braceras


A Simple Plan for Parental Leave
Wall Street Journal
January 25 2018
by Kristin A. Shapiro


New Jersey’s Tired Tax Tricks
City Journal
January 25 2018
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


The movement to politicize women
Washington Examiner
January 23 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Bullying Booker and the War on Women of the Right
American Greatness
January 18 2018
by Julie Gunlock and Julie Kelly


Las Vegas women’s march more about promoting progressive politics
Las Vegas Review-Journal
January 18 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Claiming Economic Violence Doesn't Help The Cause Of #MeToo Or Equal Pay
Forbes
January 16 2018
by Karin Agness


You don't have to grow government to expand paid family leave
Washington Examiner
January 15 2018
by Hadley Heath


Champion the working poor with work requirements for Medicaid
Washington Examiner
January 12 2018
by Hadley Heath


Don’t Politicize #MeToo
National Review
January 12 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Providing Paid Leave Benefits, Without Growing Government
NRO The Corner
January 11 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Oprah’s ‘Truth’ and Its Potentially Deadly Consequences
Wall Street Journal
January 11 2018
by Julie Gunlock


North Korea Games the Olympics
PJ Media
January 10 2018
by Claudia Rosett


Today's kids love socialism — but it's not because of their radical professors
USA Today
January 10 2018
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Black Americans' Record Employment, Tax Cuts and More
Newsmax
January 9 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Hollywood's #TimesUp movement has been compromised by progressives
Washington Examiner
January 9 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


The Post Office Does Have Problems -- But Not Because of Amazon
Forbes
January 5 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


The Weaponization of Distraction
Acculturated
January 3 2018
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Kids don't need a cellphone; they need a digital diet
LA Times
January 2 2018
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


The Seven Most Ridiculous College Protests Of 2017
Forbes
December 31 2017
by Karin Agness


Nikki Haley's Bull's-Eye Rebuke to the United Nations
PJ Media
December 22 2017
by Claudia Rosett


Simple Steps for a Screen-Free Childhood
Wall Street Journal
December 22 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Obamacare repeal coming soon? Individual mandate's end certainly makes it easier
Washington Examiner
December 22 2017
by Hadley Heath


Bob Geldof Should Write a New Tune: Do They Know They’re Starving?
Huffington Post
December 22 2017
by Julie Gunlock


When States Hike the Minimum Wage, Women Lose Jobs
National Review
December 22 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Women Can Get Excited About Tax Reform. Here’s Why!
Townhall
December 21 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Want More Women in Leadership? Start By Confirming Some
Huffington Post
December 18 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Conservative Women Are Women Too
Forbes
December 18 2017
by Karin Agness


Obamacare's infantilizing of young adults is complete
Washington Examiner
December 15 2017
by Hadley Heath


LSU’s ‘Lazy River’ and the Student-Fee Sham
The Wall Street Journal
December 15 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Nanny State Activists Spread Holiday Fear about Toy Safety
Huffington Post
December 14 2017
by Angela Logomasini


#MeToo isn’t the right answer to sexual misconduct
News Day
December 14 2017
by Hadley Heath


Many of Trump's worst enemies have a lot in common with Obama-era 'birthers'
Washington Examiner
December 13 2017
by Charlotte Hays


What London Could Learn From Los Angeles About Banning Fast Food
Acculturated
December 12 2017
by Julie Gunlock


Black Lives Matter Boycott Will Hurt Those It Claims to Help
Newsmax
December 11 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Trump gets it right on Antiquities Act rollback
The Hill
December 9 2017
by Erin Hawley


The Disney Channel is no longer safe for our kids
New York Post
December 8 2017
by Julie Gunlock


Another Big Winner from Tax Reform
Forbes
December 7 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Don't shed any tears for John Conyers
Washington Examiner
December 5 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Why Kids Benefit from Family Traditions
Acculturated
November 30 2017
by Rachel DiCarlo Currie


Rubio-Lee child tax credit isn't the only way to help struggling families
The Hill
November 30 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


The real meaning behind high loan default rates among black students — another kind of college mismatch
LA Times
November 29 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Samizdat GOOP Memo Reveals Plans for Image Makeover
Acculturated
November 28 2017
by Julie Gunlock


Neurotoxins in Your Thanksgiving Meal
Huffington Post
November 21 2017
by Angela Logomasini


Healthcare choices should be as widespread as our Thanksgiving choices
Washington Examiner
November 21 2017
by Hadley Heath


Richard Cordray's departure should end the campaign against payday loans
Washington Examiner
November 20 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


I Am Thankful for How Tax Reform Makes the American Dream Possible
Inside Sources
November 19 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


The individual mandate belongs in the trash heap
Washington Examiner
November 15 2017
by Hadley Heath


Do Conservative Women Deserve Respect Too?
Acculturated
November 13 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


No, the American Dream Is Not Dead
Acculturated
November 9 2017
by Rachel Currie


Trump's Spectacular Speech From Seoul
PJ Media
November 8 2017
by Claudia Rosett


Donna Brazile's book accidentally reveals what the Democratic Party really thinks about women
Washington Examiner
November 7 2017
by Charlotte Hays


No, Bolshevik Parents Weren’t Early Free Rangers
Acculturated
November 7 2017
by Julie Gunlock


Our Debt to Military Spouses
Real Clear Defense
November 6 2017
by Hadley Heath


SNL gives Sarah Huckabee Sanders the Sean Spicer treatment
The Washington Post
November 5 2017
by


Liberals blasting GOP tax bill don't actually understand it
The Hill
November 3 2017
by Erin Hawley


Glamour’s unworthy ‘Women of the Year’
New York Post
November 3 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Why North Korea Needs Relisting as a Terror-Sponsoring State
PJ Media
November 2 2017
by Claudia Rosett


There’s still time to repeal, replace ObamaCare’s Medicare board
The Hill
November 2 2017
by Hadley Heath


Sarah Huckabee Sanders is the right mouthpiece for a truth-twisting president
Los Angeles Times
November 1 2017
by


Let's Prioritize Protecting Girls
Forbes
October 31 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Democratic women in the Senate were all for these tax reform principles until Trump proposed them
Fox News
October 30 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Trump Tax Cuts Will Help Black-Owned Businesses Thrive
NewsMax
October 27 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Women’s March just politics
The Detroit News
October 26 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


The Only Way to Rebuild the Marriage Culture
Acculturated
October 25 2017
by Rachel Currie


Trump Executive Order on Health Care Gives Relief to Consumers
Townhall
October 25 2017
by Hadley Heath


Advice for Young Women about How to Avoid Harassment Should Be Welcomed, Not Silenced
Acculturated
October 25 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Customized Learning for California
Independent Institute
October 24 2017
by Vicki E. Alger


The UN's Mugabe Moment, and Its Perennial Iran Problem
PJ Media
October 23 2017
by Claudia Rosett


What Real Resistance Looks Like: A Lesson from Malta
National Review
October 21 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Massachusetts shows rationing is inevitable when government is in charge of healthcare
Washington Examiner
October 20 2017
by Hadley Heath


Obama ambassador's testimony on intelligence unmasking raises new questions
Fox News
October 20 2017
by Claudia Rosett


Opioid epidemic exposé simplifies America's real path to addiction
The Hill
October 19 2017
by Hadley Heath


Moms Are Key to Success In Green Agitation
Huffington Post
October 19 2017
by Julie Gunlock


Cornell’s Black Student Disunion
Wall Street Journal
October 18 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


How Technology Makes Life–and Wine–More Satisfying
Huffington Post
October 17 2017
by Angela Logomasini


The Moral Emptiness of Hollywood Moms
Acculturated
October 16 2017
by Julie Gunlock


A modern leave policy both employers, employees could love
The Hill
October 16 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Trump's Iran speech finally sets facts of sham nuclear deal straight
The Hill
October 14 2017
by Claudia Rosett


Regulating Little Entrepreneurs Will do Long-term Damage
Forbes
October 13 2017
by Christine Goss


Harvey Weinstein and the Hollywood/media industrial complex's war on women
Washington Examiner
October 13 2017
by Charlotte Hays


Is There A Merit Badge for Gender Denial?
Acculturated
October 12 2017
by Julie Gunlock


Bipartisan agreement on healthcare might finally come, at least on this one issue
Washington Examiner
October 11 2017
by Hadley Heath


Now, Even Your Dinner is Supposed to be Part of the #Resistance
Acculturated
October 10 2017
by Julie Gunlock


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