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Shaming Women Who Vote Right

November 14 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas

The Left cannot comprehend why women might think differently from them...

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Post-Election Analysis: In Congress, It’s New Gridlock, Same Old Divisions

November 13 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka

The 2018 midterm election is over. Republicans expanded their Senate majority while Democrats regained control of the House of Representatives...

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Why so busy? Our flawed college system takes toll on families years before tuition is due

November 12 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas

Families jam their schedules and fret over finances to prepare their kids for college. But all this craziness comes at a cost to parents and children...

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Who's left out of Medicare price negotiations? The patient

November 8 2018
by Hadley Heath

President Trump recently announced his administration would pursue a pilot program in Medicare to set drug prices at an International Pricing Index, meaning that for half of seniors insured by Medicare, foreign prices will be used as a benchmark for what the government will pay on their behalf...

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Midterms Bring Big, But Expected, Changes to Washington

November 8 2018
by Hadley Heath

The 2018 midterm election results are in. Here’s the good, the bad, and the ugly...

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Mom 'Regrets' Adopting Girls from Communist China Because Trump is More Authoritarian

November 8 2018
by Kelsey Harkness

I pray that Lisa Milbrand comes to realize that, had she been marching in the streets of Beijing to protest the country’s communist ties, she’d likely be detained in a re-education camp...

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By Excluding Them, Marie Claire Reminds Conservative Women Why They Should Vote

November 6 2018
by Kelsey Harkness

The exclusion of conservative women from the pages of glossy women’s magazines is nothing new...

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A breakdown of where the Dems and GOP stand on the most critical issues

November 5 2018
by Hadley Heath

Every voter must decide which party or candidate better reflects his or her perspective on the issues...

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Opioid Trafficking Is Domestic Terrorism

November 3 2018
by Sara A. Carter

If this were a disease or a plague, America would be in a panic, schools would close, and those affected would be in quarantine...

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For Independents, It’s About the Direction of the Country

October 31 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas

Independents and those without a strong allegiance to a party will decide whom to support for Congress based on how they feel about the direction of the country, and what the parties promise on a host of issues...

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Ben & Jerry’s Says It’s ‘Comfortable’ Supporting Group With Ties to an Open Anti-Semite

October 31 2018
by Kelsey Harkness

Ben & Jerry’s launched a new ice cream Tuesday called Pecan Resist...

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A cocktail a day doesn't keep the doctor away, but it also won't give you cancer

October 30 2018
by Julie Gunlock

Looking at media coverage of the issue, is it any wonder I’m a little nervous about my own drinking habits?...

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Blacks Reject Left's Regressive Agenda, Choose Trump's Confidence

October 30 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka

While #Blexit puts a new name on what could be a mass movement, blacks have been trickling away from progressive politics for some time now and the flow will only swell...

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Debt shouldn't hold back Stacey Abrams, but her victimhood mentality might

October 29 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka

In this week’s gubernatorial debate, Stacey Abrams, the Democratic candidate to be Georgia’s governor, tried to defend her $200,000 tax, credit card, and student loan debt...

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Proof That ‘See Something, Say Something’ Can Stop a School Shooting

October 27 2018
by Kelsey Harkness

What could have been a news cycle about yet another mass school shooting in America instead focused on a different type of terrorism this week...

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Let's stop treating sexual assault survivors like political props

October 23 2018
by Karla Jacobs

Can we all just take a step back and remember that there are real women with real lives behind stories of sexual harassment and assault?..

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Bakers Fined $135K Over Wedding Cake Appeal to Supreme Court

October 22 2018
by Kelsey Harkness

The former owners of an Oregon bakery, ordered to pay $135,000 in damages for declining to make a cake for a same-sex wedding, are appealing their case to the Supreme Court...

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Obama left a crisis in North Korea that Trump just might be able to clean up

October 21 2018
by Claudia Rosett

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One of Elizabeth Warren's Harvard Law Students Explains Why Her Native-American Gambit Matters

October 18 2018
by Jennifer C. Braceras

You have to understand the climate at Harvard at the time...

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Elizabeth Warren is the problem with the diversity victimhood mentality

October 17 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka

In a society where people of color are making strides in economic mobility and social advancement, we do not need Elizabeth Warren cloaking herself as a minority to promote faux victimization...

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Dehumanizing Men

October 16 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas

“I announced that I hate all men and wish all men were dead.”...

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We can’t ignore presumption of innocence

October 16 2018
by Inez Feltscher Stepman

It’s an objective, long-standing American standard of justice....

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Don't underestimate Kanye (and Trump) – Rapper could successfully deliver for forgotten black communities

October 11 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka

By working with the White House, West may successfully deliver opportunity to black communities that have been left behind.

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Don’t Destroy an Innocent Man

October 10 2018
by Inez Feltscher Stepman

Those claiming to be the victims of sexual assault should always be listened to, and their allegations should always be fairly investigated. But to say we should uncritically believe all women dangerously upends a long-held tenet of both our law and culture: those accused are presumed innocent.

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Women and Men Aren’t at War — and Both Care about Due Process

October 9 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas

In the New York Times, Alexis Grenell writes a familiar screed against women who supported the confirmation of Justice Kavanaugh, calling them “gender traitors” who have “made standing by the patriarchy a full-time job."...

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