IWF Commentary:

Nation-Building on Hold in Ukraine
April 15 2014
Jillian Kay Melchior
National Review

Tensions mount between pro-Putin secessionists and pro-independence Ukrainians.

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Reflections From The Boston Bombing: Is Our Nation Safer One Year Later?
April 15 2014
Amber Barno
Forbes

More Americans need to be cognizant to these threats, and recognize that the war on terror is anything but over. We must all be citizen-soldiers in our nation’s defense.

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'You Wanted Your Ukraine?'
April 14 2014
Jillian Kay Melchior
National Review

A Maidan defender's story of brutality and survival.

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Remembering the Maidan’s ‘Heavenly Hundred’
April 14 2014
Jillian Kay Melchior
National Review

Thanks to heroic protesters, Ukrainians now have hope, even in the face of Putin.

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Your Tax Dollars Wasted on Grandparenting Tips
April 12 2014
Abby Schachter
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

U.S. Department of Agriculture is circumventing parents and telling grandparents to read a new government book to encourage nutritious eating. 

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Planet Cynical: Valerie Jarrett’s Transparently False Claims on Salary Transparency
April 11 2014
Charlotte Hays
Townhall

The White House probably didn’t enjoy Equal Pay Day—the bogus feminist holiday cynically used to rally women voters—half as much as usual this year.

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The IRS of Labor
April 9 2014
Jillian Kay Melchior
National Review

Obama’s cabinet may be giving increased scrutiny to non-union factories.

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Missouri Taxpayers Fund Out-of-State Welfare
April 8 2014
Jillian Kay Melchior
National Review

The state legislature is proposing to reform EBT access rules to prevent out-of-state freeloaders.

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Driven Out of Business
April 8 2014
Jillian Kay Melchior
National Review

A rule in the 2012 transportation bill shuts down thousands of small freight brokers and forwarders.

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Paycheck Fairness Fraud
April 8 2014
Carrie L. Lukas
USA Today

It isn't about equality for women as much as it is about paving the way for more lawsuits. 

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Paycheck Fairness Act: Not Good for Paychecks or Fairness
April 7 2014
Hadley Heath
Red Alert Politics

The "Paycheck Fairness Act" won’t lead to more fairness or better pay. It will lead to more lawsuits, more red tape and fewer job opportunities for women and men.

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The Fictitious Holiday Based on a Faux Statistic
April 7 2014
Sabrina Schaeffer
Ricochet

No one wants to see any workers discriminated against because of their gender. That’s why there’s wide support for the two laws already on the books to protect workers against gender discrimination.

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The President's Executive Orders on Equal Pay Won't Help Women
April 7 2014
Carrie L. Lukas
National Review

As the Senate prepares to consider the misnamed “Paycheck Fairness Act” and the Left prepares to celebrate the also-misnamed feminist pseudo-holiday, “Equal Pay Day,” the president has announced he will sign two executive orders also under the guise of advancing the cause of “pay equity.” 

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Liberal Bias on Univision, Telemundo
April 3 2014
Jillian Kay Melchior
National Review

America’s Spanish-language news channels skew left. 

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Regulations Crush Hopes of Cancer Patient
April 3 2014
Jillian Kay Melchior
National Review

Right-to-try laws challenge FDA's bottleneck on a promising treatment.

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A Strategy Built on Nervous Moms
April 1 2014
Julie Gunlock
Capital Research Center

Fearmongers seek to block technology that could feed multitudes.

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Vogue Gives Up
March 31 2014
National Review

Kim Kardashian on the cover of the April issue is the latest sign of the magazine’s decline.

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Feds Get a Card Check
March 28 2014
Jillian Kay Melchior
National Review Online

Audits find serious abuse of federal employee credit cards.

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Countering Campus Culture One Man at a Time
March 28 2014
Karin Agness
BlogHer.com

Worried about college men today? There is a lot of work to be done to counter the anything-goes attitude on many campuses, but gentlemen on campus aren’t going unnoticed. We must encourage more of them.

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The Snake Pit: Michelle Obama’s hell hole of an East Wing
March 28 2014
Charlotte Hays
Townhall.com

While Michelle Obama was communing with the Terracotta Army from the Tang Dynasty on her most recent taxpayer-funded spring break in China, Reid Cherlin, a former White House press aide, was blowing the whistle on what an overbearing control freak Mrs. Obama is.

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Green Watch: A Strategy Built on Nervous Moms: Fearmongers seek to block technology that could feed multitudes
March 26 2014
Julie Gunlock
Capital Research Center

A strategy built on nervous moms. Fearmongers seek to block technology that could feed multitudes. 

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The War on Fun
March 26 2014
Abby Schachter
Reason.com

When adults aren't afraid of what's new, they're getting nervous about something that's old. Like chess. Or playgrounds.

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Bloomberg Buckles to Beijing
March 26 2014
Jillian Kay Melchior
National Review

An article on corruption earns a rebuke from China — and a retreat by the news agency. 

 

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Keeping Tesla Out Of New York Amounts To More Of The Same Old Crony-Capitalism And Protectionism
March 26 2014
Abby Schachter
Forbes

“Live by government protection die by government protection,” might be a good lesson for Elon Musk, the CEO of luxury electric car manufacturer Tesla Motors.

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How Did Criminals Become Nevada ObamaCare Navigators?
March 26 2014
Jillian Kay Melchior

Records the Division of Insurance didn't want reviewed have some disturbing revelations. 

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