The Trouble with Infrastructure Spending

Rachel DiCarlo Currie

October 31 2014

It is plagued by inefficiencies and uncertainties -- especially in America.

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Does "Yes Means Yes" Trivialize Rape?

Charlotte Hays

October 31 2014

Criticism of the California law is coming from unlikely sources.

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Mary Landrieu: I'm Struggling Because My Constituency Is Sexist and Racist

Charlotte Hays

October 31 2014

An embattled politican insults the people who have been sending her to Washington since 1996.

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Rebuilding the Marriage Culture

Rachel DiCarlo Currie

October 31 2014

Is it still possible?

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What We Could Learn from Mary Jane Byrne

Charlotte Hays

October 31 2014

If you only read one column today, make it Peggy Noonan’s on her great aunt who came to America in 1909 from Ireland.

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Cosmo Mag: Shirtless Men with Swag Will Take NC Students to Vote!

Charlotte Hays

October 30 2014

Decline of the West...

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Our Strange, Post-Factual World

Charlotte Hays

October 30 2014

If you watch White House or State Department pressers, you know that nobody ever answers the questions anymore.

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200,000 Doctors Opt Out of ObamaCare

Patrice J. Lee

October 30 2014

A quarter of the nation’s physicians see ObamaCare as a recipe for financial disaster.

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Harvard: Millennial Voters Up for Grabs

Patrice J. Lee

October 30 2014

In an about-face from last midterm elections, more than 50 percent of young people “definitely” voting this fall prefer a Republican-led Congress.

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County Government Hit with Big ObamaCare Fines

Carrie L. Lukas

October 30 2014

Those charged with balancing the county budget appear to be prudently seeking the county's best option… but residents ought to wonder why so much of their local tax revenue has to be turned over to the feds.

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POTUS: Raising Minimum Wage Drives Job Growth

Patrice J. Lee

October 29 2014

Job growth happened in the states in question not because of a rise in minimum wages but despite it.

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Selling Lemons for Liberty

Patrice J. Lee

October 29 2014

A Virginia man turned a parking ticket on his car into a crusade for free speech and against outdated laws.

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Scapegoating Bibi

Charlotte Hays

October 29 2014

If there is one thing the always-embattled Israeli Prime Minister Bibi Netanyahu isn’t, it is a chickensh-t.

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Why Class Warfare Doesn't Help the Middle Class

Charlotte Hays

October 29 2014

Former Senator Jon Kyle and economist Stephen Moore explian why wages are stagnant.

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Clift: Dems Desperately Seeking Gender Gap

Charlotte Hays

October 29 2014

The "war on women" is not working this time.

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Preschool Programs Yield Baby Steps at Best

Vicki E. Alger

October 28 2014

In spite of spending billions of dollars over decades

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IRS Seizes Property of Law-abiding Citizens

Vicki E. Alger

October 28 2014

Apparently the feds think they can trample the Fourth Amendment if they want your property.

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The “Too Big to Fail” Advantage

Rachel DiCarlo Currie

October 28 2014

Overall U.S. bailout expectations are still greater than they were in the years prior to the 2007–09 financial meltdown.

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Charen on Voter ID Myths

Charlotte Hays

October 28 2014

Let’s get real about voter IDs.

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Not the Onion: Killer Cash Register Receipts

Julie Gunlock

October 28 2014

Apparently tiny pieces of paper can kill.

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Doctors, Consumers Disappointed by ObamaCare

Patrice J. Lee

October 28 2014

ObamaCare enrollees are struggling to find doctors willing to take their plans. Doctors complain about new enrollees.

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Hillary's Unconvincing Clarification

Charlotte Hays

October 28 2014

It should be a cause of concern that Mrs. Clinton, even in her clarification, sounds very like President Obama.

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Education “Underfunding” Claims Don’t Add Up

Vicki E. Alger

October 27 2014

Relationship between spending and better performance is “dodgy” at best

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Don’t Fear Scary School Spending Statistics

Vicki E. Alger

October 27 2014

Parental choice in education gets results by spending smarter, not just more.

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Liberty Under Attack: Dem on FEC Thinks It Might Be a Good Idea to Monitor Drudge

Charlotte Hays

October 27 2014

The plan of the top Democrat on the FEC seems uncannily similar to what the IRS tried to do when it targeted conservative organizations during the 2012 presidential race.

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