Has the "War on Women" Jumped the Shark?

Charlotte Hays

September 12 2014

With ISIS beheading innocent Americans, suddenly forcing Jesuits to pay for birth control doesn’t seem so relevant anymore.

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Bad Rep

Jillian Kay Melchior

September 11 2014

Does the Democratic power broker Chaka Fattah run a crime family?

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Obama Rule Unfairly Targets Disadvantaged Students

Carrie L. Lukas

September 9 2014

The poor are most likely to be hurt by new rules curtailing loans to students at for-profit colleges.

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Democrats' big government solutions don't provide answer to women's problems

Sabrina Schaeffer

September 9 2014

In politics, the more things change the more they stay the same. And with the midterm political season in full swing, Democrats are once again turning to the old “war on women” trope.

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Ladies, don’t be fooled by Cosmo

Karin Agness

September 5 2014

From the wardrobe to the bedroom, Cosmo is known for offering women advice about the most intimate aspects of their lives. But the magazine has found a new aspect of women’s lives they’d like to shape—their decisions in the voting booth.

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Another Crisis for America: But This One We Can All Do Something About

Carrie Lukas

September 5 2014

Pessimism threatens to become a new normal in America.  

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It’s Time to #BanBossy School Lunch Ladies

Julie Gunlock

September 5 2014

Snack sales surge, thanks to Michelle Obama's school lunch deforms.

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Amanda Marcotte Almost Gets It Right

Julie Gunlock

September 4 2014

Marcotte is right to call out food writers such as Michael Pollan and Mark Bittman, who tell parents that only certain (read: expensive, boutique-shop carrying, organic, local, heirloom, unprocessed) food will do for little Timmy and Susie. 

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Yes Means Yes, But...

Hadley Heath

September 4 2014

We should all be able to agree that if people are adult enough to have sex, they should be adult enough to communicate without government-imposed, DMV-style rules about how one must say “yes.”

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HealthCare.gov Hack Reminiscent of Earlier Vermont Exchange Attack

Jillian Kay Melchior

September 4 2014

Obamacare vulnerabilities abound on the federal and state levels.

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United in Hatred: Occupy and Ferguson

Charlotte Hays

August 29 2014

A mob is a mob...

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Bye Bye Birdie

Jillian Kay Melchior

August 27 2014

Does the government give green-energy firms a free pass on bird deaths?

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The FDA's New Food Regulations Are A Recipe For High Food Prices

Julie Gunlock

August 26 2014

Food prices continue to go up and consumers are feeling the pinch. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the price of food has spiked to its highest rate since September 2011.

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Stubbed Out

Jillian Kay Melchior

August 22 2014

The cigar industry says the FDA’s proposed regulations would be devastating.

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How To Slow The Pace Of Medial Progress

Carrie L. Lukas

August 21 2014

Taxing innovation impedes the pathway to breakthroughs. When an outbreak occurs, politicians can be counted on to make speeches about the vital cause of medical research. Yet rather than waiting for a medical crisis, Americans should be urging action now to rescind counterproductive policies, and instead create a health care system conducive to continued medical progress.

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