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Did Medicaid Expansion Inadvertently Contribute to the Opioid Abuse Epidemic?

When it comes to opioid abuse, is a rollback in Medicaid what the doctor ordered?

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The Misguided Efforts to Erase Columbus

Without Columbus, argues Jennifer Braceras, there would be no Latinos.

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The Not So Brave New World of iGen

A new book suggests that iGen (those born in the mid-90s or later) is less rebellious, more tolerant, and woefully unprepared for responsibility and adulthood. Is Smartphone the cause?

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Betsy DeVos Ends Obama-Era Policies on School Sexual Assault

Schools can no longer trample on the rights of accused students.

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Washington Wants Black Households to Trade Privacy for Cash

Unbanked Americans point to privacy and security concerns among the top reasons they use small-dollar loans and other alternatives to secure cash in a pinch.

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Report: The CFPB Has Some Explaining to do on Botched Wells Fargo Investigation

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau--you know , the Elizabeth Warren brainchild that was supposedly set up to protect consumers--appears to have failed Wells Fargo customers, and dramatically so.

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Left Says We Should Listen to Women--Then Refuses to Hear Conservative Women

Recently a column in the Washington Post posed the question, “Women are Speaking. Does Anyone listen?” I was once again reminded how those on the left don’t acknowledge the voice of conservative-leaning women.

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OpEd

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

Via Washington Examiner

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.

Via Wall Street Journal

by Claudia Rosett

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

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The Government Shouldn’t Collect Private Financial Information from America’s Poor

Via National Review

by Carrie L. Lukas

W can all agree the government collects too much data from citizens and invades Americans’ privacy.

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Marijuana Sales Can Make U.S. Tribes Richer and Poorer

Via Bloomberg

by Naomi Schaefer Riley

Making cigarettes, gambling and drugs cheaper and more widely available than in surrounding areas is a recipe for more poverty, crime and social dysfunction. Sadly, American Indians are the victims of that.

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Trump Hits Home Run for America in UN Speech

Via PJ Media

by Claudia Rosett

Trump got it very right...

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TV

Jimmy Kimmel should not be leading voice on healthcare • CNN Tonight

If Graham-Cassidy bill doesn't pass, will healthcare ever be fixed? • CNN Tonight

Are pre-existing conditions a fair concern in new healthcare bill? • FBN AM

Radio

Teacher punished for alarmism over this kids science project... • Cam & Co • Listen >>>

ANTIFA violent protestor still has her teaching job • Cam & Co • Listen >>>

Is Your Child Safe From Antivaccine Activists? • Cam & Co • Listen >>>

Mentions

College women, congratulations on being single

Via The Crimson White

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A new left-wing strategy against Trump

Via One News Now

by Patrice Lee Onwuka

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Facebook's top woman says men ruining the world

Via One News Now

by Carrie L. Lukas

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Independent Women’s Forum’s mission is to improve the lives of Americans by increasing the number of women who value free markets and personal liberty. Sister organization of Independent Women’s Voice.
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