More Freedom, Less Government, is the Best Preschool Policy

Vicki E. Alger

August 30 2014

Head Start providers should compete for students, not more federal cash.

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A California High School Puts Special Education Students to Work Digging through Trash

Vicki E. Alger

August 30 2014

Parents who don’t think dumpster diving is a life skill for their children should have school choice.

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Intellectual Property Rights and Jobs

Charlotte Hays

August 29 2014

Two scholars make a compelling case for the idea that safeguarding intellectual property rights creates jobs.

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Bags Be Gone

Patrice J. Lee

August 29 2014

First state-wide plastic bag ban advances in California.

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ObamaCare Website Flubs Continue

Patrice J. Lee

August 29 2014

Missing verification documents threaten to kick 300,000 enrollees off their new healthcare plans.

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California Moves Closer to Making "Yes Means Yes" Law

Charlotte Hays

August 29 2014

The bill passed unanimously in the state Senate.

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President Obama on ISIS: I Don't Have a Strategy

Charlotte Hays

August 29 2014

To give you the full measure of how trivial we have become, Twitter exploded yesterday with comments about President Obama’s tan suit. If only clothes did make the man.

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Hear about the DOL Book Club? It Cost You $100,000

Charlotte Hays

August 28 2014

But there are other interesting expenditures.

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No to No GMO

Julie Gunlock

August 28 2014

Consumers sour on GMO-Free Food.

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Weak Economy and Dangerous Economic Future Ahead

Patrice J. Lee

August 28 2014

A federal budget agency warns that we’re on a track to serious trouble for the economy and federal budget.

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Why We Need Whopper-Sized Tax Reform

Rachel DiCarlo Currie

August 27 2014

The right response to corporate inversions...

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On Anniversary of 19th Amendment White House Message to Women is Still one of Victimhood

Sabrina Schaeffer

August 27 2014

Wouldn’t it be nice if we could stop and enjoy the progress women have made rather than using women as pawns for political gain?

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Freedom: The Best Way to Celebrate Women’s Equality Day

Vicki E. Alger

August 27 2014

Government quotas and gimmicks are the worst glass ceiling of all.

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Administration: Who Said We Needed Congress to Ratify a Climate Treaty?

Charlotte Hays

August 27 2014

New York Times: The Obama administration is working to forge a sweeping international climate change agreement to compel nations to cut their planet-warming fossil fuel emissions, but without ratification from Congress.

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Celebrating Women's Equality Day

Hadley Heath

August 26 2014

Today, August 26, marks the passage of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, granting women the right to vote.

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Voter Backlash?

Patrice J. Lee

August 26 2014

Polling suggests that a vexed electorate will turnout in higher numbers for the fall midterms.

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Are Democratic Presidents Better for the Economy?

Rachel DiCarlo Currie

August 26 2014

A closer look at an easily misinterpreted study…

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The "Lost" Emails: It Appears that Nobody at the IRS LOOKED for Lois Lerner's Emails

Charlotte Hays

August 26 2014

It is becoming harder and harder to believe that the IRS has been above board with Congress.

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A Political Ambition Gender Gap?

Patrice J. Lee

August 26 2014

A new study suggests women lack encouragement and self-confidence which keeps them from running for office.

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Peter Schorsch, My Hero

Charlotte Hays

August 26 2014

There Is No Free Latte: He stopped the pay-it-forward guilt chain at a Starbucks drive-thru.

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A Bold Way to Boost Saving

Rachel DiCarlo Currie

August 25 2014


Should America adopt Canadian-style Tax-Free Savings Accounts?

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$200 Million ObamaCare Website Lawsuit

Patrice J. Lee

August 25 2014

Oregon takes a contractor to court for its website flop.

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POTUS Opens the Regulatory Spigot

Patrice J. Lee

August 25 2014

With no regard for economic or political ramifications,  President Obama is pushing through dozens of new regulations by the end of 2014.

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RIP Pink Cookies

Julie Gunlock

August 25 2014

Banning these much loved cookies is just another sad consequence of the school lunch reforms.

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