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The 890-day Barber

February 8 2016
by Jillian Kay Melchior

Onerous licensing requirements create barriers for people who want to work.

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Cruz: "Nuts" to Require Women to Register for the Draft

February 8 2016
by Charlotte Hays

He didn't mince words.

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Madeleine Albright: Special Place in Hell for Women Who Don't Help Hillary

February 8 2016
by Charlotte Allen

In addition to being desperate, Albright's plea is just so . . .  old and tired.

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Hmm, Hillary Isn't Polling So Well Among Women

February 8 2016
by Charlotte Allen

And not just millennial women--older women, too.

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Thousands of TSA & Federal Badges and Firearms Go Missing

February 8 2016
by Patrice J. Lee

Good News for Terrorists: Federal agents are not keeping track of their credentials and weapons.

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The Environmentalists May Be Coming for Your Red Meat

February 5 2016
by Jillian Kay Melchior

We’ve got a beef with this policy.

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Crime without Punishment

February 5 2016
by Charlotte Hays

Want to urinate on the public street? Cool.

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Dodgy Question: Should Women Be Required to Register for the Draft?

February 5 2016
by Charlotte Hays

Previously, it was held constitutional that the Selective Service Act only required men to register for the draft.

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Hillary Clinton: Free Market for Me but Not for Thee

February 5 2016
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Why the half mil plus in speaking fees from Goldman Sachs matters . . .

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What Is the Minimum Wage When a Wal-Mart Closes?

February 5 2016
by Charlotte Hays

Zero

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Mandatory "Diversity" Indoctrination Sessions Go Into Effect at Mizzou

February 5 2016
by Charlotte Allen

And administrators are wondering why freshman applications are down this year.

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Media Almost Ignores Ethnicity of GOP's Hispanic Candidates

February 4 2016
by Charlotte Hays

And that's a good thing. They're not identity politicians.

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Not on the Bus Yet: Elizabeth Warren

February 4 2016
by Charlotte Hays

What Does It Mean?: Warren hasn't signed up for a New Hampshire bus tour of female senators backing Hillary Clinton.

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Will We Ever Get Full Answers on OPM Data Breach?

February 4 2016
by Patrice J. Lee

The OPM saga continues.

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IRS Tax Season Kicks Off with Website Glitches

February 4 2016
by Patrice J. Lee

You'd think if an agency is going to take your money, at least it could do it efficiency.

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Brown University Faculty Votes to Rename Columbus Day "Indigenous People's Day"

February 4 2016
by Charlotte Allen

It had already been renamed "Fall Weekend," but that wasn't good enough for the campus activists.

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Lena Dunham Quits Twitter for the Umpteenth Time Because the Tweeters are So Mean to Her

February 3 2016
by Charlotte Allen

Her real aim is more like getting Twitter to censor its users.

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Congress on the Brink

February 3 2016
by Charlotte Hays

The laws that govern our lives are increasingly written by people we never elected.

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The Way We Work Now

February 3 2016
by Patrice J. Lee

Non-traditional jobs can earn a pay check and some welcome self-sufficiency.

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White House: Hey, Republicans Have Got to Take Part of the Blame for the Mess We Made

February 2 2016
by Charlotte Hays

It takes your breath away.

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Campus Free-Speech Organization Defends Georgetown Law Students Barred From Distributing Bernie Sanders Material on Campus

February 2 2016
by Charlotte Allen

Giving Hillary Clinton a run for her money is a left-wing cause I can get behind.

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Mrs. Clinton and the Middle Class Voter

February 2 2016
by Charlotte Hays

McGurn:  Even more striking, the Ripon survey found that middle-class African-Americans and Latinos are open to the same bread-and-butter Republican appeals that work with the white middle class.

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ObamaCare Enrollment Ends with a Fizzle

February 2 2016
by Patrice J. Lee

The surge in supposed procrastinators just didn’t happen.

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What Boston Gets Right About Pay Equity

February 2 2016
by Sabrina Schaeffer

I applaud the city for thinking more creatively and for giving women more agency. 

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A Different Kind of Gender Gap

February 1 2016
by Charlotte Hays

Girls who grew up poor are far more likely than their male counterparts to hold down jobs.

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