[Video] Raising a child in America is more expensive than ever before, and for many, child care is their largest monthly expense. Discover how we can ensure all families can make the choices that work best for them—whether that’s high-quality, affordable child care, a parent staying home, or a friend or relative to help.
Do your best at parenting? Want to raise your kids without so much fear and anxiety? Want society to be less judgmental, and more understanding and supportive of parents? It's time to reject the "good mom" and "bad mom" labels and create a new category: The Reasonable Mom
There is more we can do so that all women have the opportunity to live prosperous lives so their families and communities can thrive. Join Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers to commit to working for women and helping to advance policies that advance their needs and their needs of their families.
IWF proudly offers this modern agenda for improving women’s lives. The report presents a slate of policy reforms that empower women by focusing on job creation, true workplace flexibility, and returning resources to individual women without growing government.
IWF sets the record straight about the real reason for the statistical difference between men and women’s earnings. The video explains how women’s choices ultimately determine how much they earn and how government intervention in the workplace can backfire on women.
Gee whiz, if I didn't know how responsible the paper is, I'd almost think they were trying to stir up negative emotions.
Minnesota Senator Al Franken gave DeVos a particularly harsh grilling on testing in public schools. Must have been staff work. His kids go to New York's fancy Dalton School.
First, mountains of trash, and now, some 21 smoke-belching fires.
The start-up style tech squad failed to comply agency rules on acquisitions and personnel decisions meant to protect them.
Scott Pruitt outlined a clear vision for the agency.
Has the purging of home economics and financial literacy from our education system left today’s young adults clueless?
"Break the Bureaucracy!" is the headline on Adam White's must-read piece on how President Trump has an opportunity to fundamentally transform the administrative state.
Via PJ Media
Even the best satirists have blind spots.
Via Wall Street Journal
According to a 2014 report by the Government Accountability Office, the agency was aware that 24 schools had misspent $13.8 million in federal Indian School Equalization Program funding on unallowable expenses.
Via Heat Street
A production of Peter Pan was met with protests over the weekend, even after an Alberta theater apologized for its planned use of tribal attire, changing both the play’s characters and costumes in response to criticism.
Via Heat Street
Today marked the deadline established by North Dakota’s governor for Dakota Access pipeline protestors to leave the Oceti Sakowin camp.
Via Washington Examiner
Via New York Times
Via One News Now