Blog

Sexual Assault and Due Process on Campus

Latest popup episode covering sexual assault on campus and the forthcoming regulations from the Department of Education that establish how colleges and universities are to process such claims.

READ MORE >>>


An Inspiring Story of Second Chances: The Company that Hires Ex-Cons

It started because individuals cared, and wanted to do something to help others, not because government mandated a new program.

READ MORE >>>


"Woke" Cities Are Hiring "Chief Equity Officers"

The idea behind an equity officer is that outcomes for all groups should be similar. If not, racism and discrimination are the reasons.

READ MORE >>>


Some Seek Exemptions from California's New Labor Law, Others Left Struggling

While it is understandable that groups are pushing for exemptions that directly apply to them and their jobs, it is important to note that there are many smaller contractor groups that may not be so lucky.

READ MORE >>>


Federalist Society Is Target

According to proposed new rules of the Committee on Codes of Conduct of the Judicial Conference, judges and law clerks will no longer be permitted to join the Federalist Society.

READ MORE >>>


Angry Father Confronts Elizabeth Warren on Her College Debt Forgiveness Plan

"We did the right thing, and we get screwed," frustrated father who scrimped and sacrificed to send his daughter to college tells Warren. The Senator thanks him for his time.

READ MORE >>>


The State of Human Trafficking in the U.S.

It’s National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention month, so Brook Burris joins the podcast to talk about what we can do to combat the crime of human trafficking in the United States and how to fight for women and girls who are victimized in this way.

READ MORE >>>


MORE BLOG POSTS >>>

OpEd

Women's Magazines Completely Ignore Conservative Women

Via Washington Examiner

by Karin Lips

If women’s magazines want to advance women, they can do so by leading the way and recognizing some conservative women on their lists too.

READ MORE >>>


The Left’s War on Women That Will Jeopardize Women’s Progress

Via Forbes

by Carrie L. Lukas

As the 2020 campaign goes into full swing, expect Democrats to reboot the same “Republican War on Women” trope they’ve been peddling for more than a decade.

READ MORE >>>


Empower Parents to Shield Students From Bullying

Via The Detroit News

by Vicki E. Alger

Public schools throughout Michigan have a problem keeping students safe.

READ MORE >>>


Conservatives Should Be Open to a Trial in the Senate

Via The Hill

by Heather Higgins and Jennifer C. Braceras

A Senate impeachment trial is both an opportunity conservatives should embrace, and a firecracker the left should fear.

READ MORE >>>


Do You Want New And Better Working Paradigms?

Via Forbes

by Carrie L. Lukas

The media focuses on the personalities and horserace politics, but voters know that elections are more than popularity contests. They determine what policies will be put in place, which profoundly impact all of us.

READ MORE >>>


TV

No Surprise, Media Impeachment Trial Coverage Bias • Fox and Friends

Weekly Winners & Losers: • Making Money

Netanyahu and His Chief Political Rival Gantz Head to White House for Peace Talks • Varney and Co.

Radio

Taiwan Votes for Hong Kong: Democracy in Action Energizes Freedom Supporters • John Batchelor Show • Listen >>>

Iran-Iraq and Strike on Soleimani, a Big Wheel in the Terrorist Racket. • Secure Freedom Radio • Listen >>>

Virginia Dems Plan ERA Showdown • Radio America • Listen >>>

Mentions

Women's March 2020: Are Black Women Still A Part Of The Conversation?

Via NewsOne

by Carrie L. Lukas

While the focuses of this year’s march are important, they don’t particularly tap into the issues immediately affecting Black women.

READ MORE >>>


Why Mothers' Choices About Work and Family Often Feel Like No Choice at All

Via The New York Times

by Carrie L. Lukas

When policymakers frame “choices” as personal preferences, it distracts from major structural constraints.

READ MORE >>>


Jacques: Merit, not tokenism should govern women's success

Via The Detroit News

by Hadley Heath

Elizabeth Warren’s temper tantrum Tuesday night on the Democratic presidential debate stage made me feel like I’d been transported back to 2016.

READ MORE >>>


Independent Women's Forum is an educational 501(c)(3) dedicated to developing and advancing policies that aren’t just well intended, but actually enhance people’s freedom, choices, and opportunities. IWF is the sister organization of the Independent Women’s Voice.​
Follow us