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The Fourth of July

July 4 2015
by Charlotte Hays

We are anxious about safety this Fourth, but we celebrate an exceptional nation.

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If You Think College Tuition Is Expensive Now . . .

July 2 2015
by Patrice J. Lee

On the current trajectory, a family will need to be millionaires to send their kids to college – thanks Uncle Sam!

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New York's Rent Control Time Bomb

July 2 2015
by Charlotte Hays

New York City's Rent Guidelines Board, composed entirely of de Blasio appointees, just froze rent for more than a million apartment dwellers.

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Uh-Oh: Cover Oregon in Trouble with Oversight Committee

July 2 2015
by Hadley Heath

You can't just waste $300 million in federal taxpayer dollars. 

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Big Raises for Fannie, Freddie Execs

July 2 2015
by Patrice J. Lee

Let's just ask: Is it merit pay?

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Study: Women Carry Twice as Much Credit-Card Debt as Men. Feminists: It's All Men's Fault!

July 2 2015
by Charlotte Allen

Blame "harmful gender stereotypes."

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Ever Wonder Why Some Demoratic Pundits Sound Like They Are Using Administration Talking Points?

July 1 2015
by Charlotte Hays

Well, sometimes they are! It's all in the emails.

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New Overtime Rules Are Pure Obama: They Won't Actually Help Workers

July 1 2015
by Charlotte Hays

President Obama is working overtime to demonstrate what IBD calls his "economic illiteracy."

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Uber Abroad: What a Riot!

July 1 2015
by Patrice J. Lee

If you thought the traffic-snarling taxicab protests in Washington, D.C., were bad, France's protests are an even more powerful reminder of just how loath to compete some entrenched businesses really are.

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TSA at Work: We've Got Our Hands Full with this Tweeting!

July 1 2015
by Patrice J. Lee

The passenger couldn't keep his cash, but he could see a picture of his money if he was on Twitter.

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Defenestrated Nobel Scientist's Remarks Seem to Have Been a Joke--but Feminists Still Think He 'Had to Go'

July 1 2015
by Charlotte Allen

"That's not funny!"

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Misplaced Priorities?

June 30 2015
by Charlotte Hays

Baltimore prosecutor who tries to gag defense appears on cover of Vogue.

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Feminist Student: It's Never Anyone’s Turn to Be President

June 30 2015
by Charlotte Hays

A student editor at an elite prep school in New York makes my day. No, really.

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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Rewrites the Elections Clause

June 30 2015
by Charlotte Hays

As of June 2015, we are in a brave new world wherein the Supreme Court is no longer bound by the clear meanings of clear words. It is the Humpty Dumpty Court.

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Dear Mullahs: Forget All that "Trust but Verify" Nonsense

June 29 2015
by Charlotte Hays

An Isreali news outlet reports that the U.S. and her negotiating partners have caved to yet another Iranian demand.

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A Tale of Two States

June 29 2015
by Patrice J. Lee

Why are Minnesota and Hawaii respectively the best and worst states for business?

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After King v. Burwell

June 29 2015
by Charlotte Hays

In an important editorial in the Weekly Standard, Kristol and Anderson  say that repeal of ObamaCare is now the only course.

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Hard Times at SolarCity

June 26 2015
by Jillian Kay Melchior

Its biggest problem may be dwindling subsidies

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The Energy-Efficiency Boondoggle

June 26 2015
by Jillian Kay Melchior

Despite subsidies, promised savings from weatherization didn’t materialize.

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Elizabeth Gilbert's "I'm a Seduction Addict"--Well, That's a Fancy Way of Saying, "He Never Called"

June 26 2015
by Charlotte Allen

If you have to work to seduce a guy, you're admitting you're no Scarlett Johannson.

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A Disappointing Ruling

June 26 2015
by Charlotte Hays

The Supreme Court gives ObamaCare another reprieve.

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Contraband Condiments!

June 25 2015
by Patrice J. Lee

The school lunch regulations advocated by the First Lady are having some strange consequences.

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Of Course Cost Matters

June 25 2015
by Carrie L. Lukas

A Supreme Court case considers the role cost should play in determining regulatory policy. 

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Silly Season: Feminist Writers List Their Dumb Picks for the $10 Bill

June 25 2015
by Charlotte Allen

Beyonce, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Christine Jorgensen.

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How to Get More Women Into STEM Fields--Tell Them They're Better at STEM Than They Actually Are

June 24 2015
by Charlotte Allen

The power of "positive illusions"

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