Checking Progressive Privilege puts progressive privilege in the context of other forms of privilege. It explains how society surrounds us with messages that define those on the political left as normal and morally right, while excluding and demeaning conservatives.
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On this episode of She Thinks: IWF's Patrice Onwuka speaks with Simone Barron, board member of the Restaurant Workers of America and a founder of the Full Service Workers Alliance in Seattle, to discuss why wait staff oppose ending the tipped wage and earning a $15 minimum wage like other workers.
Americano is okay, though.
However, there is another troubling development: the increasing politicization of judges who hear the cases when a student who claims due process was denied sues.
100,000 workers are about to get benefits that will boost their futures.
Reason magazine editor at large editor Nick Gillespie has a solution: smaller government.
How much do you know about the role of the federal judiciary? Let’s play “Two Truths and a Lie.”
Beto O'Rourke recently told an audience of immigrants that the U.S. was "founded on white supremacy" and that our structures still reflect the "legacy of segregation, Jim Crow and suppression."
In an era in which traditional masculinity is frequently denounced as toxic, "Chernobyl" reveals some counter truths.
Via Philanthropy Roundtable
by Naomi Schaefer Riley
Education for career success (and life happiness) is what young people want. Too many now say college does little for them on either front.
Via The Federalist
by Erin Hawley
The constitutional principle at stake in this suit involves the power of the federal government to force people to purchase qualifying health insurance.
by Carrie L. Lukas
Representative Katie Porter (D-CA) introduced an amendment to limit the ability of servicemembers, veterans, and surviving spouses to access small-dollar, high-interest loans, typically referred to as payday loans. Should this unrelated amendement be wedged into a bill where it doesn’t belong?
Via The Hill
by Patrice Lee Onwuka
Encouraging entrepreneurship is a great aim, but Sen. Elizabeth Warren's plan is fraught with pitfalls. Doling out grants without accountability, financial guidance for recipients, or oversight on the program is certain to introduce waste, corruption and error.
Via The Spectator
by Qanta Ahmed
by Kristin A. Shapiro
Via The Denver Post
by Patrice Lee Onwuka
Via The Heartland Institute
by Vicki E. Alger
A federal district court in California is considering a case to decide whether teachers have to pay union dues if they are not informed membership is voluntary and they are waiving certain First Amendment rights by joining.