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Those Lifelike Robot Baby Dolls Designed to Deter Teen Pregnancy Actually Have the Opposite Effect

August 26 2016
by Charlotte Allen

Turns Out Lots of Girl Actually Enjoy Caring for Babies.

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BLS: Over 7 Mil Displaced Workers Post-Recession

August 26 2016
by Patrice L. Onwuka

Why retraining programs may not be the magic solution.

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New Marriage Trend: With This Ring, I Me Wed

August 26 2016
by Charlotte Hays

Annals of Solipcism: ‘I thought about people marrying other people without loving themselves first . . . "

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Free Speech . . . but Only for Two Hours a Week

August 26 2016
by Charlotte Hays

A public college wins FIRE's "Speech Code of the Month" award.

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Bleachbit: It Should Be a Household Word

August 26 2016
by Charlotte Hays

Corruption. It's the new normal.

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University of Michigan Report: Biofuel Is Worse for Environment than Gasoline

August 25 2016
by Jillian Kay Melchior

The EPA has failed to report to Congress about the environmental impact of its renewable fuel standard.

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Frustrations Mount a Year After the EPA’s Toxic Animas River Spill

August 25 2016
by Jillian Kay Melchior

Sixty-eight businesses wanted the agency to cover their losses, but the EPA’s response has been lacking.

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Could Current Environmental Policies Be a Partial Factor in California's Wildfires?

August 25 2016
by Charlotte Hays

Allowing limited timber harvesting might reduce the number and severity of wildfires.

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Are We On the Brink of a New Apartheid?

August 25 2016
by Charlotte Hays

The melting pot was the essence of inclusion.

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Nanny Wants to be Your Bartender

August 25 2016
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We're all in favor of colleges and universities taking measures to prevent and punish alcohol abuse on campus, but we're mystified by the byzantine new set of rules Stanford is adopting.

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Blame Washington for EpiPen Shock

August 25 2016
by Patrice L. Onwuka

The monopoly over a cheap drug wasn’t created by insufficient regulation of the industry, but by too much regulation.

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AP Engages in Novel Pursuit: Reporting

August 25 2016
by Charlotte Hays

Hats off to the Associated Press for doing some old-fashioned digging!

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University of Chicago Dean Warns Freshmen Not to Expect "Safe Spaces" or "Trigger Warnings"

August 25 2016
by Charlotte Allen

Finally, a college takes a stand for academic freedom.

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The Demographics of the Soda Tax

August 24 2016
by Patrice L. Onwuka

Discrimination Alert: An affluent person has more choices than a poor person under the nanny state soda regime.

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Why Some Feminists Would Ditch the Constitution

August 24 2016
by Charlotte Hays

An important paper from Christina Villegas provides insights on everything from Betty Friedan to campus rape tribunals.

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Moral Narcissism: From Rachel Carson to Global Warming

August 24 2016
by Charlotte Hays

Forget Narcissus and preen over your values.

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West Virginia University: Using the Wrong Gender-Neutral Pronoun Could Violate Title IX

August 24 2016
by Charlotte Allen

Such as saying "ze" instead of "ey"

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Man Oh Man! Say That If You Work for Princeton, and You're Through

August 23 2016
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Among the forbidden usages: "man and wife"

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Massachusetts Gives Cabs a Ride with New Tax on Ride-Hailing Apps

August 23 2016
by Patrice L. Onwuka

Successful companies will have to give money to less successful competitors.

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Welfare Reform at 20: It Was a Big Step in the Right Direction

August 22 2016
by Patrice L. Onwuka

Hillary Clinton has been forced by pressure from the left of her party, specifically Bernie Sanders and his supporters, to disavow the welfare reform bill that her husband signed into law.

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Colin Powell, in Effect, Unfriends Hillary

August 22 2016
by Charlotte Hays

A Matter of Character: Did Hillary say behind closed doors things she realized would be refuted if said in public?

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New Gender Bender Study: Being Family Breadwinner is Hazardous to Men's Health

August 22 2016
by Charlotte Hays

They develop anxieties around their "breadwinner status."

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Wealthy Environmentalist Launches Ethanol Takedown Effort

August 22 2016
by Jillian Kay Melchior

The ethanol mandate is “a farce” and “a very environmentally damaging policy,” he says.

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Fears of Violence Accompany North Dakota Anti-Pipeline Protests

August 22 2016
by Jillian Kay Melchior

The local sheriff said last week environmentalists were “preparing to throw pipe bombs.”

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Hillary Clinton's Answer to Corporate Inversions: Build a Wall

August 22 2016
by Charlotte Hays

The Republican nominee has a tax plan that actually would bring corporations back to the U.S. but Mr. Personality hasn't stressed it.  

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