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The Gray Lady Isn't Winning an Oscar . . .

February 24 2017
by Charlotte Hays

. . . but the newspaper will air an anti-Trump ad during the Academy Awards.

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Small Internet Companies Gain Regulatory Relief from Washington

February 24 2017
by Patrice L. Onwuka

Onerous transparency rules won’t apply to smaller internet providers.

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Women Have a New Ally in Getting Them to Work

February 24 2017
by Patrice L. Onwuka

The FTC chairman wants to scale back those pesky government permission slips that are a barrier for so many women and young people.

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Billionaire Democratic Politico Embraces Worthy Cause: Men Should Start Using the Ladies Room

February 24 2017
by Charlotte Hays

Now, THAT should attract all those white, working class voters that the Democrats have lost.

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No, New York Times, Transgender People Are Not Being Stripped of Their Rights

February 23 2017
by Charlotte Hays

Gee whiz, if I didn't know how responsible the paper is, I'd almost think they were trying to stir up negative emotions.

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Schools of the Anti-Voucher Senatorial Class

February 23 2017
by Charlotte Hays

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.

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Environmentally Conscious Pipeline Protesters Do Some Environmental Fouling of Their Own

February 23 2017
by Charlotte Allen

First, mountains of trash, and now, some 21 smoke-belching fires.

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Federal Watchdog: Obama’s Techie Squad Flouted the Rules

February 22 2017
by Patrice L. Onwuka

The start-up style tech squad failed to comply agency rules on acquisitions and personnel decisions meant to protect them.

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Good First Day at the EPA

February 22 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior

Scott Pruitt outlined a clear vision for the agency.

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Adulting School: Millennials Are Signing Up for Classes

February 22 2017
by Patrice L. Onwuka

Has the purging of home economics and financial literacy from our education system left today’s young adults clueless?

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Governing Through Regulations: It's Got to Stop

February 22 2017
by Charlotte Hays

"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.

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New York City Status Symbol: The Hillary Clinton Sighting

February 22 2017
by Charlotte Allen

It's the Birkin bag of celebrity-spotting.

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Colorado A.G. Challenges Defiant Boulder County on Fracking

February 21 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior

The county maintains a local moratorium, despite a Supreme Court ruling against them.

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Former AG Eric Holder Leading Internal Investigation at Uber

February 21 2017
by Patrice L. Onwuka

Assuming the accusations are accurate, the company should have taken swift and decisive action and spared itself the trial of this investigation.

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Feeling Threatened, Meritocracy?

February 21 2017
by Charlotte Hays

It is a particular kind of meritocracy and can't quite articulate what drives them nuts about Trump.

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Seething With Trump Hatred, the Fashion Industry Goes "Woke"

February 21 2017
by Charlotte Allen

"Neverless She Persisted" T-shirts and chic down coats to wear while setting fire to trash cans.

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Scott Pruitt, EPA Originalist

February 20 2017
by Charlotte Hays

Used to governance by power-grabbing bureaucrats, the Democrats will be unhappy with what Kim Strasse calls Pruitt's "back to basics" approach to leading the EPA.

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The Democrats as Thelma and Louise

February 20 2017
by Charlotte Allen

In the sense that Thelma and Louise were dizzy dames who drove a car off a cliff.

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Coal Comfort: Pruitt Confirmed for EPA

February 17 2017
by Charlotte Hays

Two Democrats, Joe Manchin of West Virginia and Heidi Heitkamp of North Dakota, who come from coal rich states that have suffered mightily because of excessive Obama-era EPA regulations, voted for Pruitt.

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Whoopi Snubs the Mean Girls at New York Fashion Week in Defense of Tiffany Trump

February 17 2017
by Patrice L. Onwuka

When fashion editors refused to sit beside Tiffany Trump, Whoopi stepped in.

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Doughnut Disability

February 17 2017
by Charlotte Hays

Government sector workers avail themselves of sick time and disability at higher rates than their peers in the private sector. Why?

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Model Emily Ratajkowski Gets a Reprimand From Slate for Defending Melania Trump

February 17 2017
by Charlotte Allen

Protesting calling Melania a 'hooker' is the wrong kind of feminism.

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California District Cuts Meat and Cheese From Its School Menus to Fight Global Warming

February 16 2017
by Charlotte Allen

Will serve "tofu veggie stir-fry" instead.

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Protests Reflect a Class Divide

February 16 2017
by Charlotte Hays

Are you wondering where the anti-Trump protesters work?

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Humana Calls It Quits on ObamaCare, Leaving One State in Trouble

February 16 2017
by Patrice L. Onwuka

Many Tennesseeans will be out of options.

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