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A Paid Family Leave Plan That Congress Might Actually Pass
The New York Times
August 16 2018
by Kristin A. Shapiro


The writing is on the seawall
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
August 12 2018
by Erin Hawley


One president is responsible for America's retreat from supporting democracy abroad, and it isn't Trump
Dallas News
August 10 2018
by Claudia Rosett


Don’t blame capitalism for high health costs
The Hill
August 8 2018
by Hadley Heath


Playing Victim Card Won't Win at Empowering Black Women
Newsmax
August 7 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


The Family Act would leave all workers with less take-home pay
The Hill
August 3 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Marco Rubio's paid leave plan would help black moms
Washington Examiner
August 2 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


The Rubio-Wagner Bills Help Workers by Modernizing Social Security
National Review
August 1 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


A Focal Point in the Culture War
City Journal
July 24 2018
by Inez Feltscher Stepman


Time to tear down the old-school ways of education and work
Washington Examiner
July 20 2018
by Mattie Duppler


Yale Law Students' Letter Against SCOTUS Nominee Discredits Their claim to Elitism
The Federalist
July 19 2018
by Erin Hawley


Don't Match Maxine Waters' Incivility With Disrespect
Newsmax
July 13 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination offers a chance to fight sexism against all women
Washington Examiner
July 12 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Eliminating Straws is About the Stupidest Thing Starbucks Can Do for the Planet
The Federalist
July 11 2018
by Julie Gunlock


A 'balanced' Supreme Court isn't the point
Washington Examiner
July 9 2018
by Erin Hawley and Heather Higgins


Conservatives Obsessing about the Social Security Trust Fund Miss the Big Picture
National Review
July 9 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Targeting Judge Amy Coney Barrett exposes the left's anti-religious bias
The Hill
July 7 2018
by Erin Hawley and Jennifer Braceras


Why women on the Left are not marching for all separated kids
Washington Examiner
July 3 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Paid Leave Won't Destroy Social Security, But Improve It
Forbes
July 2 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Climate Litigation Isn't the Answer
Real Clear Energy
July 2 2018
by Jennifer C. Braceras


‘Proficiency’ is a flawed model for education
Boston Globe
July 2 2018
by Jennifer C. Braceras


Reaffirming Court’s Commitment to the Constitution
Inside Sources
July 1 2018
by Erin Hawley


So-Called Experts Who See America as Among Worst Places for Women Are Deeply Delusional
National Review
June 27 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


What do Justice Kennedy's concurrences mean for the future of the Supreme Court?
The Hill
June 27 2018
by Erin Hawley


In the era of streaming shows, kids' TV regulations are stuck in the 1990s
Washington Examiner
June 23 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Turkey has a chance to oust Erdogan the tyrant
New York Post
June 21 2018
by Elisha Maldonado


Supreme Court ignores obvious solution to Internet sales tax debate in Wayfair ruling
Washington Examiner
June 21 2018
by Mattie Duppler


Juneteenth Is Over but Progress for Blacks Must Grow
Newsmax
June 21 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


In our health system, ObamaCare is the dangerous pre-existing condition
The Hill
June 16 2018
by Nan Hayworth


How Childhood Trauma Contributes to Skyrocketing Suicide Rates
National Review
June 14 2018
by Ericka Andersen Sylvester


Faith-based adoption agencies are too valuable to shut down
The Hill
June 12 2018
by Natalie Goodnow


Candidates’ Views — Not Their Gender — Is What Matters
Inside Sources
June 11 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Bourdain vs. the Social-Justice Warriors
Wall Street Journal
June 11 2018
by Elisha Maldonado


The real problem with discrimination in Colorado
The Hill
June 6 2018
by Erin Hawley


The Long Wait for China to Honor the Heroes of Tiananmen, 1989
PJ Media
June 4 2018
by Claudia Rosett


Starbucks' anti-bias training may serve up more harm than good
The Hill
June 2 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


How Individuals and Communities Can Help Combat the Opioid Crisis
Real Clear Health
May 31 2018
by Natalie Goodnow


Only Freedom Can Disarm Kim
Wall Street Journal
May 31 2018
by Claudia Rosett


Michael Bloomberg should embrace vaping to support World No Tobacco Day
Washington Examiner
May 30 2018
by Julie Gunlock


Anti-Bias Training Won't Help Starbucks
Real Clear Policy
May 29 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


How Title IX became an ideological battering ram
Boston Globe
May 28 2018
by Jennifer C. Braceras


FGM Shouldn’t Have a Place in the U.S. — or Anywhere
National Review
May 21 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


A Vital Warning About China and the Looming "Decade of Concern”
PJ Media
May 18 2018
by Claudia Rosett


Seattle's war on business won't help combat homelessness
The Hill
May 16 2018
by Charlotte Hays


Everyone agrees SNAP is failing the poor. Who's going to fix it?
Washington Examiner
May 15 2018
by Mattie Duppler


Reader’s Digest Needlessly Worries Moms
National Review
May 15 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Trump tackles soaring prescription drug prices
Washington Examiner
May 15 2018
by Hadley Heath


Urge Graduates to Create a Culture of Kindness and Respect
Inside Sources
May 13 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Energy legislation by litigation is a costly mistake
The Hill
May 11 2018
by Erin Hawley


'Abstinence only' is the wrong approach to vaping products
The Hill
May 8 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Michelle Obama's myopic view of women is what's wrong with feminism
Washington Examiner
May 7 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Outraged 'woke' Americans: A new national embarrassment
The Hill
May 4 2018
by Julie Gunlock


The Untold Story of Government's Role in the Opioid Epidemic
Real Clear Health
May 3 2018
by Hadley Heath


Blacks Owe No Allegiance to the Left
Newsmax
April 30 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Gender and race shouldn't define your politics
The Hill
April 30 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Women need to add babies and infertility to the 'lean in' discussion
The Hill
April 28 2018
by Karin Agness


Social Security Paid Leave: Let’s Have an Honest Discussion of the Trade-offs
National Review
April 27 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


How to Talk Politics Without Starting Fights and Ruining Relationships
O Magazine
April 27 2018
by Julie Gunlock


Social Security Paid Leave: Let’s Have an Honest Discussion of the Trade-offs
National Review
April 27 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Motherhood is not a 'penalty'
Washington Examiner
April 24 2018
by Hadley Heath


US liberals won't recognize Finland's pro-work welfare reform
The Hill
April 24 2018
by Hadley Heath


It’s Time For A Paid Family Leave Option That Works — And This Plan Could Be It
Scary Mommy
April 23 2018
by Hadley Heath


What Self-Help Guru Tony Robbins Was Trying to Say
National Review
April 19 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Women Talk About How Tax Cuts Are Already Improving Their Lives
The Federalist
April 16 2018
by Hadley Heath


While Obama pushed 'restorative justice' in schools, the Parkland shooter got a free pass
Washington Examiner
April 16 2018
by Julie Gunlock


The Importance of Striking Syria's Scientific Studies and Research Center
PJ Media
April 14 2018
by Claudia Rosett


'Diamond & Silk' offer chance for bipartisan push back on social media censorship
The Hill
April 14 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


School Rules That Allowed Parkland Shooter To Get Guns Coming Soon To Your District
The Federalist
April 12 2018
by Inez Feltscher Stepman


Paul Ryan's legacy is a financial success
The Hill
April 12 2018
by Mattie Duppler


The UN’s colossal failure to stop Syria’s chemical weapons
The Hill
April 11 2018
by Claudia Rosett


Every day is Equal Pay Day
Washington Examiner
April 10 2018
by Hadley Heath


Questioning The Equal Pay Day Narrative
Forbes
April 10 2018
by Karin Agness


Equal Pay Day's lies: Insulting logic, a misleading statistic
The Hill
April 10 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


How to offer paid leave without imposing a new tax
CNN
April 9 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


A Real Free Market Might Save Cab Drivers From Financial Ruin
Washington Examiner
April 4 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


It's past time for the mainstream media to add opposing voices
The Hill
April 4 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Why Didn't President Obama Close The Wage Gap?
Forbes
April 4 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Utah’s 'free range' law necessary in today's punitive parenting culture
The Hill
March 30 2018
by Julie Gunlock


Don't mandate, but nudge parents hard to vaccinate their kids
The Sacramento Bee
March 29 2018
by Julie Gunlock


Agreement on a Better Culture for Kids?
National Review
March 28 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Prioritize Reforming the EEOC
National Review
March 26 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


John Bolton: 'A Reagan Realist' and a Brilliant Choice
PJ Media
March 25 2018
by Claudia Rosett


Hillary Clinton’s sorry apology is why she’s no champion for women
The Hill
March 22 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Increased Competition Best Treatment For High Prescription Drugs Costs
Newsmax
March 21 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Make a Deal on the EEOC
The Wall Street Journal
March 21 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


‘Black Panther’ Exposes Immigrant Resentment in the Black Community
Inside Sources
March 15 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Parents Are Being Fed Misinformation About The National Gun Control Walkout
The Federalist
March 13 2018
by Julie Gunlock


From the Baltics to the Middle East: Russia’s rising threat
The Hill
March 11 2018
by Claudia Rosett


Women in our history made the American dream a reality for us
The Hill
March 9 2018
by Nan Hayworth


'Freedom of speech' is too sophisticated a concept for today's illiberal students
The Hill
March 9 2018
by Charlotte Hays


Little Rocket Man's Great Big Summit Scam
PJ Media
March 9 2018
by Claudia Rosett


Welcoming a Real Education Marketplace
National Review
March 5 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Paid-Leave Proposal Isn’t a New Entitlement
The Wall Street Journal
March 5 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


It’s time for Sheriff Scott Israel to be put in a time out
The Hill
February 28 2018
by Julie Gunlock


No matter what you call it, government-run healthcare will never work
The Hill
February 27 2018
by Hadley Heath


Putting Bill Gates on the Spot
City Journal
February 22 2018
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Food Allergy Activists Allergic to Jokes
Real Clear Health
February 22 2018
by Julie Gunlock


Orrin Hatch's campus free speech bill is sorely needed
Washington Examiner
February 21 2018
by Nicole Kurokawa Neily


Here's Why SCOTUS Should Discard Auer Deference
The National Law Journal
February 20 2018
by Erin Hawley


What Pocahontas’s Heirs Need Isn’t a New Reservation
The Wall Street Journal
February 15 2018
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


An immigrant's request: Keep these things in mind when debating immigration reform
The Washington Post
February 14 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Kim Yo Jong is a Twisted Sister
Wall Street Journal
February 13 2018
by Claudia Rosett


Why not turn to Social Security for paid family leave?
The Denver Post
February 9 2018
by Hadley Heath


When Did Joblessness Stop Mattering to Black Leaders?
Inside Sources
February 7 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


A fiscally responsible paid leave policy even Paul Ryan could love
The Hill
February 7 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Why Running Parent Leave Through Social Security Is The Smartest Live Option
The Federalist
February 2 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


What Does the Future Hold for New York City’s Columbus Statue?
National Review
February 1 2018
by Jennifer C. Braceras


Rationalize the safety net with this simple paid family leave reform
Washington Examiner
February 1 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Why Trump Was Right to Slam North Korea in State of the Union
PJ Media
January 31 2018
by Claudia Rosett


The Grammys' #MeToo moment signals a dangerous direction for the movement
Washington Examiner
January 30 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


The Good News American Women Will Hear During State of the Union
Forbes
January 30 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


The War on Grades Deserves to Fail
Wall Street Journal
January 30 2018
by Jennifer C. Braceras


A Simple Plan for Parental Leave
Wall Street Journal
January 25 2018
by Kristin A. Shapiro


New Jersey’s Tired Tax Tricks
City Journal
January 25 2018
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


The movement to politicize women
Washington Examiner
January 23 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Bullying Booker and the War on Women of the Right
American Greatness
January 18 2018
by Julie Gunlock and Julie Kelly


Las Vegas women’s march more about promoting progressive politics
Las Vegas Review-Journal
January 18 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Claiming Economic Violence Doesn't Help The Cause Of #MeToo Or Equal Pay
Forbes
January 16 2018
by Karin Agness


You don't have to grow government to expand paid family leave
Washington Examiner
January 15 2018
by Hadley Heath


Champion the working poor with work requirements for Medicaid
Washington Examiner
January 12 2018
by Hadley Heath


Don’t Politicize #MeToo
National Review
January 12 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Providing Paid Leave Benefits, Without Growing Government
NRO The Corner
January 11 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


Oprah’s ‘Truth’ and Its Potentially Deadly Consequences
Wall Street Journal
January 11 2018
by Julie Gunlock


North Korea Games the Olympics
PJ Media
January 10 2018
by Claudia Rosett


Today's kids love socialism — but it's not because of their radical professors
USA Today
January 10 2018
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Black Americans' Record Employment, Tax Cuts and More
Newsmax
January 9 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Hollywood's #TimesUp movement has been compromised by progressives
Washington Examiner
January 9 2018
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


The Post Office Does Have Problems -- But Not Because of Amazon
Forbes
January 5 2018
by Carrie L. Lukas


The Weaponization of Distraction
Acculturated
January 3 2018
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Kids don't need a cellphone; they need a digital diet
LA Times
January 2 2018
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


The Seven Most Ridiculous College Protests Of 2017
Forbes
December 31 2017
by Karin Agness


Nikki Haley's Bull's-Eye Rebuke to the United Nations
PJ Media
December 22 2017
by Claudia Rosett


Simple Steps for a Screen-Free Childhood
Wall Street Journal
December 22 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Obamacare repeal coming soon? Individual mandate's end certainly makes it easier
Washington Examiner
December 22 2017
by Hadley Heath


Bob Geldof Should Write a New Tune: Do They Know They’re Starving?
Huffington Post
December 22 2017
by Julie Gunlock


When States Hike the Minimum Wage, Women Lose Jobs
National Review
December 22 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Women Can Get Excited About Tax Reform. Here’s Why!
Townhall
December 21 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Want More Women in Leadership? Start By Confirming Some
Huffington Post
December 18 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Conservative Women Are Women Too
Forbes
December 18 2017
by Karin Agness


Obamacare's infantilizing of young adults is complete
Washington Examiner
December 15 2017
by Hadley Heath


LSU’s ‘Lazy River’ and the Student-Fee Sham
The Wall Street Journal
December 15 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Nanny State Activists Spread Holiday Fear about Toy Safety
Huffington Post
December 14 2017
by Angela Logomasini


#MeToo isn’t the right answer to sexual misconduct
News Day
December 14 2017
by Hadley Heath


Many of Trump's worst enemies have a lot in common with Obama-era 'birthers'
Washington Examiner
December 13 2017
by Charlotte Hays


What London Could Learn From Los Angeles About Banning Fast Food
Acculturated
December 12 2017
by Julie Gunlock


Black Lives Matter Boycott Will Hurt Those It Claims to Help
Newsmax
December 11 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Trump gets it right on Antiquities Act rollback
The Hill
December 9 2017
by Erin Hawley


The Disney Channel is no longer safe for our kids
New York Post
December 8 2017
by Julie Gunlock


Another Big Winner from Tax Reform
Forbes
December 7 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Don't shed any tears for John Conyers
Washington Examiner
December 5 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Why Kids Benefit from Family Traditions
Acculturated
November 30 2017
by Rachel DiCarlo Currie


Rubio-Lee child tax credit isn't the only way to help struggling families
The Hill
November 30 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


The real meaning behind high loan default rates among black students — another kind of college mismatch
LA Times
November 29 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Samizdat GOOP Memo Reveals Plans for Image Makeover
Acculturated
November 28 2017
by Julie Gunlock


Neurotoxins in Your Thanksgiving Meal
Huffington Post
November 21 2017
by Angela Logomasini


Healthcare choices should be as widespread as our Thanksgiving choices
Washington Examiner
November 21 2017
by Hadley Heath


Richard Cordray's departure should end the campaign against payday loans
Washington Examiner
November 20 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


I Am Thankful for How Tax Reform Makes the American Dream Possible
Inside Sources
November 19 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


The individual mandate belongs in the trash heap
Washington Examiner
November 15 2017
by Hadley Heath


Do Conservative Women Deserve Respect Too?
Acculturated
November 13 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


No, the American Dream Is Not Dead
Acculturated
November 9 2017
by Rachel Currie


Trump's Spectacular Speech From Seoul
PJ Media
November 8 2017
by Claudia Rosett


Donna Brazile's book accidentally reveals what the Democratic Party really thinks about women
Washington Examiner
November 7 2017
by Charlotte Hays


No, Bolshevik Parents Weren’t Early Free Rangers
Acculturated
November 7 2017
by Julie Gunlock


Our Debt to Military Spouses
Real Clear Defense
November 6 2017
by Hadley Heath


Liberals blasting GOP tax bill don't actually understand it
The Hill
November 3 2017
by Erin Hawley


Glamour’s unworthy ‘Women of the Year’
New York Post
November 3 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Why North Korea Needs Relisting as a Terror-Sponsoring State
PJ Media
November 2 2017
by Claudia Rosett


There’s still time to repeal, replace ObamaCare’s Medicare board
The Hill
November 2 2017
by Hadley Heath


Let's Prioritize Protecting Girls
Forbes
October 31 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Democratic women in the Senate were all for these tax reform principles until Trump proposed them
Fox News
October 30 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Trump Tax Cuts Will Help Black-Owned Businesses Thrive
NewsMax
October 27 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Women’s March just politics
The Detroit News
October 26 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


The Only Way to Rebuild the Marriage Culture
Acculturated
October 25 2017
by Rachel Currie


Trump Executive Order on Health Care Gives Relief to Consumers
Townhall
October 25 2017
by Hadley Heath


Advice for Young Women about How to Avoid Harassment Should Be Welcomed, Not Silenced
Acculturated
October 25 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Customized Learning for California
Independent Institute
October 24 2017
by Vicki E. Alger


The UN's Mugabe Moment, and Its Perennial Iran Problem
PJ Media
October 23 2017
by Claudia Rosett


What Real Resistance Looks Like: A Lesson from Malta
National Review
October 21 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Massachusetts shows rationing is inevitable when government is in charge of healthcare
Washington Examiner
October 20 2017
by Hadley Heath


Obama ambassador's testimony on intelligence unmasking raises new questions
Fox News
October 20 2017
by Claudia Rosett


Opioid epidemic exposé simplifies America's real path to addiction
The Hill
October 19 2017
by Hadley Heath


Moms Are Key to Success In Green Agitation
Huffington Post
October 19 2017
by Julie Gunlock


Cornell’s Black Student Disunion
Wall Street Journal
October 18 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


How Technology Makes Life–and Wine–More Satisfying
Huffington Post
October 17 2017
by Angela Logomasini


The Moral Emptiness of Hollywood Moms
Acculturated
October 16 2017
by Julie Gunlock


A modern leave policy both employers, employees could love
The Hill
October 16 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Trump's Iran speech finally sets facts of sham nuclear deal straight
The Hill
October 14 2017
by Claudia Rosett


Regulating Little Entrepreneurs Will do Long-term Damage
Forbes
October 13 2017
by Christine Goss


Harvey Weinstein and the Hollywood/media industrial complex's war on women
Washington Examiner
October 13 2017
by Charlotte Hays


Is There A Merit Badge for Gender Denial?
Acculturated
October 12 2017
by Julie Gunlock


Bipartisan agreement on healthcare might finally come, at least on this one issue
Washington Examiner
October 11 2017
by Hadley Heath


Now, Even Your Dinner is Supposed to be Part of the #Resistance
Acculturated
October 10 2017
by Julie Gunlock


Give Christopher Columbus a break
Washington Examiner
October 9 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


The kerfuffle before the storm
PJ Media
October 7 2017
by Claudia Rosett


The Fraternity Paradox: Lower GPA, Higher Incomes
Bloomberg
October 6 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


American women have minds of their own — and Michelle Obama isn't happy about it
The Hill
October 5 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


The Real Message Behind the Statue of a Naked Woman on the National Mall
Acculturated
October 3 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Why the ‘Will & Grace’ Reboot Traffics in Recycled Trump Jokes
Acculturated
October 3 2017
by Charlotte Hays


Could ‘Fatal Attraction’ Get Made in 2017?
Acculturated
September 29 2017
by Rachel DiCarlo Currie


Don’t let politics ruin ‘Saturday Night Live’
Newsday
September 29 2017
by Hadley Heath


Why Conservative Women Are Persisting
Forbes
September 29 2017
by Karin Agness


Black Women Leaving the Democratic Party, Cracking the Base
Newsmax
September 27 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Both Jimmy Kimmel and Bill Cassidy have erred in their ongoing debate
Washington Examiner
September 22 2017
by Hadley Heath


Kick North Korea Out of the U.N.
Wall Street Journal
September 21 2017
by Claudia Rosett


The Government Shouldn’t Collect Private Financial Information from America’s Poor
National Review
September 21 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Marijuana Sales Can Make U.S. Tribes Richer and Poorer
Bloomberg
September 20 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Trump Hits Home Run for America in UN Speech
PJ Media
September 20 2017
by Claudia Rosett


Why Clinton Shouldn't Blame Women For Her Election Loss
Forbes
September 18 2017
by Karin Agness


GOOP and the Media’s Double Standard on Pseudoscience
Acculturated
September 15 2017
by Julie Gunlock


Government rules can make workplaces less accommodating to women
Washington Post
September 15 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Why kids should never let go of Lego
New York Post
September 14 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Activists Use Faulty Claims to Push Flame Retardant Ban
Huffington Post
September 14 2017
by Angela Logomasini


Sanders’s single-payer plan overpromises on health care — again
The Hill
September 13 2017
by Hadley Heath


Betsy DeVos Stands for the Rights of Victims
Real Clear Education
September 13 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Politics in the classroom
Huffington Post
September 12 2017
by Julie Gunlock


UN Passes Mega-Ultra Toughest-Ever North Korea Sanctions, Again
PJ Media
September 12 2017
by Claudia Rosett


Millennials Aren’t Horrible People For Not Buying Houses And Liking Avocado Toast
The Federalist
September 11 2017
by Christine Goss


Support female entrepreneurs with much-needed tax cuts
The Hill
September 11 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas and Elaine Parker


How a new Washington, D.C. regulation is pushing women to lean out
Washington Examiner
September 8 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Stop Bashing Harvard's Legacy Students
Bloomberg
September 8 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


NFL protests need to take a knee
Charleston Gazette-Mail
September 8 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


New York Times Opinion Writer Slams Ivanka for Supporting the Rollback of a Useless EEOC Rule
National Review
September 8 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Why Do Former GMO Execs Lead An Anti-GMO Lab? It’s Not A Change Of Heart
The Federalist
September 7 2017
by Julie Gunlock


PC wars rule young-adult publishing as fewer kids learn to love to read
New Boston Post
September 5 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


In Defense of Bourgeois Culture—and Professor Amy Wax
Acculturated
September 5 2017
by Rachel DiCarlo Currie


Ivanka Backs White House Plan To Pause Obama-Era Equal Pay Reporting
Forbes
September 5 2017
by Karin Agness


Kim Jong Un's Thermonuclear Joyride
PJ Media
September 3 2017
by Claudia Rosett


The Antiquities Act is not a blank check to create federal land
The Hill
August 31 2017
by Erin Hawley


Tax reform is Trump's chance to right his legacy's ship
Washington Examiner
August 31 2017
by Hadley Heath


North Korea, Unrestrained
PJ Media
August 29 2017
by Claudia Rosett


Economic Agenda Will Do More for Black People Than Statue Removal
Newsmax
August 28 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


In the ‘homework wars,’ both sides are wrong
New York Post
August 28 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


No, ‘Wonder Woman’ isn’t a ‘step backwards’
New York Post
August 28 2017
by Julie Gunlock


‘Step’ busts the hateful myths about charter schools
New York Post
August 23 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


New Data on Women’s Earnings
National Review
August 23 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Keep the federal government out of school choice
Washington Post
August 23 2017
by VIcki Alger


Bugged by Junk Science
Huffington Post
August 21 2017
by Angela Logomasini


What Women Want 97 Years After Winning The Right To Vote
Forbes
August 17 2017
by Karin Agness


Government Can Hate A Name, But Still Must Respect It
Forbes
August 14 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Stop putting PC ideology before the needs of foster kids
New York Post
August 14 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Sanctions against North Korea didn't work then and won't work now
The Hill
August 9 2017
by Claudia Rosett


Google it: men and women are different, and that's okay
Washington Examiner
August 9 2017
by Hadley Heath


Government Policies Helped Create the Opioid Epidemic
Inside Sources
August 9 2017
by Hadley Heath


The Google Diversity Memo Should Start the Conversation — Not End It
The Hill
August 8 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Fight Against School Vouchers Pits a Powerful Educational Establishment Against Low-Income Parents
Inside Sources
August 8 2017
by Charlotte Hays


Entrepreneurship Is the Real Black Girl Magic
Newsmax
August 7 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Behind the suicide of a teen track star
New York Post
August 7 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Serena Williams Swings But Misses With Black Women’s Equal Pay Day
The Federalist
August 4 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Male Fertility Is Not In Crisis Because Of Plastic
The Federalist
August 2 2017
by Julie Gunlock


Is Your Child Safe From Antivaccine Activists?
The Wall Street Journal
August 1 2017
by Julie Gunlock


Tax reform must be congressional Republicans' next move
The Hill
August 1 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas and Heather Madden


No, it’s not racist to save minority kids’ lives
New York Post
July 31 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


North Korea's ICBMs and Our Words, Words, Words
PJ Media
July 29 2017
by Claudia Rosett


Sexism May Affect Women’s Careers, but It’s Not What Sank Hillary Clinton
National Review
July 28 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


New Position Will Fundamentally Change The Experience Of Men At Princeton
Forbes
July 26 2017
by Karin Agness


Bias Against Female Corporate Executives? Maybe, But Sexism Didn’t Sink Hillary Clinton
Acculturated
July 26 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Smarter corporate philanthropy
National Review
July 25 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


New York's PC war on art
New York Post
July 24 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


New York's crackdown on dog-walking licenses is only hurting low-income workers
Washington Examiner
July 21 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Business should back Larry Hogan's veto of paid sick leave
The Hill
July 18 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


In Defense of High-Tech Parenting
Acculturated
July 18 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


‘Adultification’ hurts black girls more than others
New York Post
July 18 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Excluding Conservatives From Female Empowerment Campaigns Is Bad Politics And Bad Business
Forbes
July 18 2017
by Karin Agness


How Technology Can Solve Workplace Challenges
National Review
July 17 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Yes, Birth control pills should be available over the counter
Newsday
July 14 2017
by Hadley Heath


Libertarians' Lost Voice in the Paid Leave Debate
Reason
July 13 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


New Senate healthcare bill is a slight (emphasis on slight) improvement over last draft
Washington Examiner
July 13 2017
by Hadley Heath


Taking Out Kim Jong Un -- and Not for Dinner
PJ Media
July 12 2017
by Claudia Rosett


Why To Read Beyond The Headlines On Equal Pay And The White House
Forbes
July 12 2017
by Karin Agness


Lassie Came Home. Lena Dunham’s Rescue Dog? ‘Re-Homed’ When He Became Inconvenient
Acculturated
July 11 2017
by Julie Gunlock


Ethnic profiling is no way to choose a principal
New York Post
July 11 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Maybe Our Public Officials Are Working ‘Too’ Hard
Acculturated
July 10 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Dispelling the White House pay gap myth
Fox News
July 10 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


EXCLUSIVE: Chico State Staff May Have Broken State Law by Removing Controversial Newspaper
Heat Street
July 7 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Stop Leaving Americans Out To Dry
US News & World Report
July 6 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Why America Needs a Humble First Lady
Acculturated
July 5 2017
by Rachel DiCarlo Currie


Maybe it's time for the White House Office of Girls and Women to go
Washington Examiner
July 4 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


The secret reason child-welfare agencies fail
New York Post
July 4 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


What America’s Craft Beer Culture Teaches Us About Freedom from Bureaucratic Red Tape
Acculturated
July 4 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


North Korea's Fireworks
PJ Media
July 4 2017
by Claudia Rosett


Protesters Are Using Crazy, Race-Fueled Tactics to Drive New Coffee Shop From LA Neighborhood
Heat Street
July 3 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Under Trump, U.S. Is Again Leading the Free World
Inside Sources
July 1 2017
by Claudia Rosett


The Holderness Family Embraces Helicopter Parenting this Summer (But I Still Love Them!)
Acculturated
June 30 2017
by Julie Gunlock


Why Genuine Liberal Arts Degrees Are A Perfect Fit For Today’s Uncertain Economy
The Federalist
June 30 2017
by Christine Goss


How Oregon Is Making Workplaces Less Flexible
National Review
June 29 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Top Law Journal: Demanding Due Process for the Accused in Title IX Cases Is Just ‘Propaganda’
Heat Street
June 29 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Why It’s Hilariously Hypocritical For Food And Wine To Lecture About The BLT’s Carbon Footprint
The Federalist
June 28 2017
by Julie Gunlock


Stanford Prof: Don’t Say Your Homework Was Easy Because You Might Offend Other Students
Heat Street
June 28 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


The $15 disaster: Seattle’s grim warning for NYC
New York Post
June 28 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Why UK millennials voting for socialism could happen here, too
The Hill
June 27 2017
by Patrice Lee Onwuka


Why Today’s Kids Are Over-Celebrated
Acculturated
June 27 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Say Anything. . . Just Not to a Mom?
Acculturated
June 26 2017
by Julie Gunlock


In the Arena
National Review
June 25 2017
by Rachel DiCarlo Currie


Of Course Otto Warmbier's "Confession" Was Coerced
PJ Media
June 23 2017
by Claudia Rosett


With Senate healthcare bill in the picture, Obamacare debate hinges on community rating
Washington Examiner
June 22 2017
by Hadley Heath


Congressional Democrats Want a $15 Minimum Wage—but Pay Their Interns Nothing
Heat Street
June 21 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Claremont McKenna Students Who Shut Down Speech Facing Possible Expulsion
Heat Street
June 21 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Hormone therapy is a horrible risk for kids
New York Post
June 20 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Dr. Gwyneth and Her Goop Will See You Now
Acculturated
June 19 2017
by Julie Gunlock


Jerry Seinfeld Isn’t Disgusted Enough With Kardashian-Style Reality Television
The Federalist
June 19 2017
by Julie Gunlock


Lawyer Claims Michigan Mosque Paid for Female Genital Mutilation for 7-Year-Old Girls
Heat Street
June 15 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Good fathers can help protect against creeps like Bill Cosby
New York Post
June 13 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Trump's Education Cuts Aren't 'Devastating,' They're Smart
Independent Institute
June 12 2017
by Vicki E. Alger


Mommy Blogger: Telling Your Infant There’s No Reason to Cry Is ‘Baby Shaming’
Heat Street
June 12 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Chico State Professor Attacks Student Reporter As ‘Sh*tty’ and ‘Repugnant’
Heat Street
June 12 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Why The Baby Industry Really Doesn’t Want Newborns To Sleep In Cardboard Boxes
The Federalist
June 12 2017
by Julie Gunlock


Boycott Mania: Study Finds Brands Bear Brunt of Political Fury
Heat Street
June 9 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Detroit Doctor Alleged to Have Performed Genital Mutilation on Up to 100 Girls
Heat Street
June 9 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


The Moral Meaning of ‘The Sopranos,’ Ten Years Later
Acculturated
June 9 2017
by Rachel DiCarlo Currie


How liberals are killing the NAACP
New York Post
June 8 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Brooklyn Now Has Gender-Neutral Craft Beer
Heat Street
June 8 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Jerry Seinfeld Reminds the World that Hugging Shouldn’t be Compulsory
Acculturated
June 8 2017
by Julie Gunlock


Science Panel Goes Viral After Moderator Accused of ‘Mansplaining’
Heat Street
June 8 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Uproar in Pittsburgh Over ‘Voyeur’ White Artist Daring to Paint Police Shooting
Heat Street
June 7 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Virginia Imam Caught On Camera Endorsing Female Genital Mutilation to Curb ‘Hypersexuality’ in Girls
Heat Street
June 7 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


The paid-leave compromise dreamed up by two think tanks goes in the wrong direction
Washington Examiner
June 7 2017
by Hadley Heath


Gwyneth Paltrow Admits She ‘Doesn’t Know What the F*ck We Talk About’ on Goop
Heat Street
June 6 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Body Positivity Just Ran Afoul of PC Sensibilities
Heat Street
June 5 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Keeping Faith With Tiananmen
PJ Media
June 4 2017
by Claudia Rosett


Those Who Dare to Criticize Ugly ‘Lace Shorts for Men’ Are Being Slammed as ‘Intolerant’
Heat Street
June 3 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Mizzou’s New Chancellor Stands up to the Thought Police, Calls for ‘Diversity of Thought’
Heat Street
June 3 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


The first crack in the US college cartel
New York Post
June 2 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Lush Insists it Doesn’t Pressure Staff to ‘Get Naked’ and Show Bare Bottoms for Green Activism
Heat Street
June 2 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Alan Dershowitz Joins Legal Team Defending Female Genital Mutilation on Religious Freedom Grounds
Heat Street
June 2 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Animated Snow White Parody Under Attack for Fat Shaming
Heat Street
June 1 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Why Emotionally Abusive Women Are Given a Pass in Pop Culture
Acculturated
June 1 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


New Report: Women CEOs Make More Than Men
Forbes
May 31 2017
by Karin Agness


A ‘Washington Post’ Columnist Thinks ‘Manworld’ is Reason for Manchester Terrorist Attack
Acculturated
May 31 2017
by Rachel DiCarlo Currie


Companies Are Offering New Mothers More Perks Without Government Mandates
Forbes
May 31 2017
by Karin Agness


Twitter Under Fire for ‘Misgendering’ Millions of Users to Advertisers
Heat Street
May 28 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Waiting for North Korea's Next Nuclear Test
PJ Media
May 27 2017
by Claudia Rosett


Many of the people who will 'lose coverage' under Obamacare repeal will choose to do so
Washington Examiner
May 25 2017
by Hadley Heath


Mommy Blogger: It’s a Microaggression to Ask My Kid to Sit Still In Class
Heat Street
May 25 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Yes: Replacement would afford women better options, lower costs
Sacramento Bee
May 25 2017
by Hadley Heath


How red tape leaves foster kids out in the cold
New York Post
May 24 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Frat Boys Punished for Loudly Playing ‘Proud To Be an American’ During March Against ‘Rape Culture’
Heat Street
May 24 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Notre Dame Graduates Miss Pence's Freedom Of Speech Lesson By Walking Out
Forbes
May 23 2017
by


Student Activist Charged With Over 100 Counts of Vandalism for Anti-Trump Graffiti
Heat Street
May 23 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Time for the Much-Needed Discussion about How to Help Parents Who Need Leave
Forbes
May 23 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


The False Promise of 'Community' on Campus
Bloomberg
May 22 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Northwestern Students Shut Down Speech as President Says First Amendment ‘Not Absolute’
Heat Street
May 18 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Hey, Michelle Obama: If You Have a Personal Chef, Don’t Criticize Regular Americans’ Food Choices
Acculturated
May 18 2017
by Julie Gunlock


The Complicated Economics of Women and Work
National Review
May 18 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


To solve alcoholism, Native Americans must look inside reservations
USA Today
May 18 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Babies, Bugs, and a Great Big Scare
Lifezette
May 18 2017
by Julie Gunlock


Administration Awards $230K Grant to Study Racist ‘Microaggressions’ in Science
Heat Street
May 17 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


As Mizzou Enrollment Plummets, Landlords Offer $1,000 Gift Cards, Big Rent Reductions to Lure Students
Heat Street
May 15 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Does the Environmental Left Understand How Modern Pipelines Work?
National Review
May 15 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Critics Attack Mother’s Day as ‘Offensive’ Because It’s A ‘Gendered Holiday’
Heat Street
May 14 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Study: Most Women Like ‘Manly’ Men, Don’t Worry About ‘Toxic Masculinity’
Heat Street
May 13 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Study: Most Women Like ‘Manly’ Men, Don’t Worry About ‘Toxic Masculinity’
Heat Street
May 13 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


How High-Pressure Parenting Undermines Character Building
Acculturated
May 10 2017
by Rachel DiCarlo Currie


New Jersey Passes ‘Snooki Bill’ to Bar Outrageous Payments to Campus Speakers
Heat Street
May 10 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


This Is What It's Like Speaking As A Conservative Woman On Campus
Forbes
May 9 2017
by Karin Agness


Educators flipping out over fidget spinners are missing the real menace
New York Post
May 9 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Parents Magazine Needs To Check The Facts Before Scaring Moms About Pre-Existing Conditions
The Federalist
May 9 2017
by Hadley Heath


Michigan Lawmakers Seek to Suspend or Expel Students Who Infringe on Free Speech
Heat Street
May 9 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


It's Time the UN Stopped Congratulating Kim Jong Un
PJ Media
May 8 2017
by Claudia Rosett


Colgate Puts Security Chief on Leave for ‘Racial Bias’ After He Ordered Campus Lockdown
Heat Street
May 8 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Mizzou Enrollment Drops Again After Notorious Race Protests
Heat Street
May 6 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


How the left came to own ‘public service’
New York Post
May 5 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Not every health problem is a pre-existing condition
Washington Examiner
May 5 2017
by Hadley Heath


Female College Students Say They Live in Constant Fear of Being Raped
Heat Street
May 4 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


What to Tell This Year’s Graduates About Life
National Review
May 4 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Why Breastfeeding Reinforces ‘Gender Stereotypes,’ According to Social Justice Warriors
Acculturated
May 4 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


U Missouri Doughnut Store Owner Suggests Melissa Click, Protestors Drove Him Out of Business
Heat Street
May 4 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


The Real Educational Choice Debate
Inside Sources
May 3 2017
by Vicki E. Alger


Trump’s essential VA reforms bring transparency, choice to veterans
The Hill
May 3 2017
by Hadley Heath


The Unholy Alliance Between Big Biz And Big Alarmism
Investor's Business Daily
May 2 2017
by Julie Gunlock


Don't use Jimmy Kimmel's viral newborn story to defend Obamacare
Washington Examiner
May 2 2017
by Hadley Heath


Feminist Philosophy Journal Apologizes for Publishing Paper on Transracialism, Rachel Dolezal
Heat Street
May 2 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Student Sues Notre Dame, Claims Title IX Process Discriminates Against Male Students
Heat Street
May 2 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Real Choice When It Comes to Where to Live
Forbes
May 2 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Trump Gets to Work Putting Americans to Work
Inside Sources
May 1 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Trump Right To Challenge Outdated Antiquities Act
The Hill
April 30 2017
by Erin Hawley


Oxford Apologizes to Autistic People for ‘Insensitive’ Guidelines About Eye Contact
Heat Street
April 29 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


U.S. Commission on Civil Rights Slams Kennesaw State Over Segregated Event
Heat Street
April 28 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Time To Call Off The War On Parenting
New York Post
April 28 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


It's Time To Make Birth Control Available Over The Counter
Washington Examiner
April 27 2017
by Hadley Heath


Why Gwyneth Paltrow and Other Celebrities Shouldn’t Be Your Source for Science
Acculturated
April 27 2017
by Julie Gunlock


Veterans Slam Fraternity Over ‘Culturally Appropriative’ Camouflage Party
Heat Street
April 27 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Chancellor Says ‘Berkeley Is Under Siege’ From Protestors
Heat Street
April 26 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Study: Describing Breastfeeding as ‘Natural’ Is Unethical Because It Reinforces Gender Roles
Heat Street
April 26 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


‘Kill Frat Boys’: Anarchists Terrorize Texas College With Calls to ‘Make Their Lives Hell’
Heat Street
April 25 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


The Moral Obscenity of Kim's North Korea
PJ Media
April 24 2017
by Claudia Rosett


Student: ‘Manscaping’ Is an Offensive and Gendered Term
Heat Street
April 24 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Another Reason Men Earn More: How Far They Go For Their First Job
National Review
April 21 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Husband and Wife Arrested for Female Genital Mutilation of 7-Year-Old Girls in Michigan
Heat Street
April 21 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Why Liberals Shouldn’t Give Up on the Flag—And Conservatives Shouldn’t Want Them To
Acculturated
April 20 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Returning Education To The States And Citizens
Independent Institute
April 20 2017
by Vicki E. Alger


Parents Don’t Want To Face The Truth About Kids & The Web
New York Post
April 20 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


U of Alaska: We Won’t Take Down Painting of Beheaded Donald Trump
Heat Street
April 20 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Study: It’s Racist to Teach Students Financial Literacy
Heat Street
April 20 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Study Blasts Greatest Works of Literature As Overwhelmingly Sexist
Heat Street
April 18 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


The Real Educational Choice Debate Isn’t About Money. It’s About Government Control
Independent Institute
April 17 2017
by Vicki E. Alger


College’s Plan to Offer Tampons in Both Men’s and Women’s Bathrooms is a Fiasco Due to Rampant Looting
Heat Street
April 17 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Trump juggles the foreign policy balls Obama dropped
The Hill
April 16 2017
by Claudia Rosett


Vandal Calls for Beheading, Lynching of Berkeley College Republicans
Heat Street
April 15 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Lawsuit: Unfair Sexual Misconduct Case Prompted Texas Student’s Suicide
Heat Street
April 15 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


College Students Are Taking Short, Cold Showers to Prevent Climate Change
Heat Street
April 14 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Brewers Association: ‘Sexist and Lewd’ Craft Beers Can No Longer Receive Our Awards
Heat Street
April 14 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Daring to Dispute Rape Culture
Detroit News
April 13 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Why Country Music Values are Better than Pop Music Nihilism
Acculturated
April 13 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Should Medicaid Be Converted to a Block-Grant Program?
Wall Street Journal
April 12 2017
by Hadley Heath


NYC Under Fire for ‘Woman Victim Blaming’ Ad on Excessive Drinking
Heat Street
April 12 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Short-Term Rentals Could Turn Our Communities into Commercial Zones
Fort Worth Star-Telegram
April 12 2017
by Sabrina Schaeffer


How Today’s Liberal Kids are Going to Ruin College
New York Post
April 11 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Are Supermodels Experts in Everything?
Acculturated
April 10 2017
by Julie Gunlock


Study: Male Supreme Court Justices Constantly Interrupt Women Colleagues
Heat Street
April 10 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Rice University Won’t Use the Word ‘College Master’ Anymore, Citing ‘Negative Historical Connotation’
Heat Street
April 10 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Australian Government: Calling Girls ‘Tomboys’ or ‘Little Princesses’ Contributes to Domestic Violence
Heat Street
April 10 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Progressives, Inc.
Weekly Standard
April 10 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


How foster care turns into hell
New York Post
April 10 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


The 3 skills childcare workers need more than a college degree
New York Post
April 10 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Actress Freida Pinto in Tears After Activists Brand Her New Film ‘Racist’
Heat Street
April 10 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


MTV Is Going Gender-Neutral With Its Movie and TV Awards
Heat Street
April 10 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Scholars Who Sounded Alarm About Rising White Death Rates Attacked for ‘Racism’
Heat Street
April 7 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


A Harvard Frat Announces Gender-Neutral Rush Next Fall
Heat Street
April 7 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


An Anti-Koch Meltdown at Wake Forest
Wall Street Journal
April 7 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Why We Trust Advertisements More than We Trust Congress
Heat Street
April 6 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Male Student Ostracized, Publicly Shamed After Questioning the Existence of Rape Culture
Heat Street
April 6 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Villanova Student Shaves Her Head to Confront ‘Hair Privilege’
Heat Street
April 5 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Kansas City Woman: Help Close The Pay Gap By Giving Me $5 On Venmo
Heat Street
April 5 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Gender Educator: It’s Offensive to Ask Pregnant Women Whether They’re Having a Boy or Girl
Heat Street
April 5 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Want A Man Who Changes Diapers? Maybe Don’t Marry a Male Feminist
Acculturated
April 4 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Why Equal Pay Day Is A Flawed Holiday
Forbes
April 4 2017
by Karin Agness


A New Date for Equal Pay Day — but the Same Old Misleading Data
National Review
April 4 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


New Report Slams Title IX Hearings as Unfair to the Accused
Heat Street
April 4 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


U of Alabama Student: ‘Men Don’t Deserve Praise for Being Decent Human Beings’
Heat Street
April 3 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Here’s to All the Men Who Help Women Reach the Finish Line
Acculturated
April 3 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


College Pulls Children’s T-Shirt That ‘Perpetuates Rape Culture’
Heat Street
April 1 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


National Frat Chief: Harvard Actively Discriminates Against Men
Heat Street
April 1 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


The PC Term ‘Latinx’ May Get Ditched—Partly Because It’s Too Hard to Pronounce
Heat Street
March 31 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


New Study: One in Five Millennials Are LGBTQ
Heat Street
March 31 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Lawsuit Challenges College ‘Free Speech Zone’ Restrictions
Heat Street
March 30 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Should Classrooms Eliminate Toys?
Acculturated
March 30 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Trump Administration Census Bureau Drops Questions on Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity
Heat Street
March 29 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Missouri State Students Agonize Over Most Inclusive Spelling of ‘Woman’
Heat Street
March 29 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Chelsea Clinton Misuses Wage Data
Forbes
March 29 2017
by Karin Agness


Do Conservatives Really Want Universal Health Coverage?
Washington Examiner
March 29 2017
by Hadley Heath


How Churches Are Helping Foster Kids Find Homes
Acculturated
March 28 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


In Pushback Against Trump’s Travel Ban, Canada’s Biggest School District Won’t Book U.S. Trips for Students
Heat Street
March 27 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Professor Recorded in Anti-Trump Rant Gets Faculty of the Year Award
Heat Street
March 27 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Feminist: Moms Should Be Legally Required to Work, Barred From Staying at Home
Heat Street
March 27 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


The latest snake-oil fix for minority education
New York Post
March 27 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


The UN's Palestinian-Women Shakedown Racket
PJ Media
March 26 2017
by Claudia Rosett


‘White Girls, Take Off Your Hoops Earrings’ Graffiti Sparks Outrage
Heat Street
March 25 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


The Keystone Pipeline is a Plus for the Environment
New York Post
March 24 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Pity Our Overconfident Celebrities
Acculturated
March 23 2017
by Julie Gunlock


Trump is struggling with the Art of the (Republican healthcare bill) Deal
Washington Examiner
March 23 2017
by Hadley Heath


Love ‘The Americans’, But Resist Cold War Nostalgia
Acculturated
March 21 2017
by Rachel DiCarlo Currie


Looking for Misogyny in the All the Wrong Places
Acculturated
March 21 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Anne Hathaway Achieves Enlightenment—Sort of
Acculturated
March 20 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Why three (or more) parents leave the kids as losers
New York Post
March 20 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Neil Gorsuch and the Senate's Convoluted Supreme Court Confirmation Dance
Fox News
March 20 2017
by Erin Hawley


Kids TV shows push cultural limits — but they’re damaging kids
New York Post
March 19 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


The latest snake-oil fix for minority education
New York Post
March 17 2017
by


Who’s Afraid of Ivanka Trump?
National Review
March 17 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Is it illegal to leak Trump's tax returns? Well, it depends.
The Hill
March 17 2017
by Erin Hawley


Why So Many Pop Songs Kick Men to the Curb
Acculturated
March 16 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


NYC ‘mega-pastor’ Tim Keller sees faith booming in the city
New York Post
March 16 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Flushing Busybody Politicians
Huffington Post
March 16 2017
by Julie Gunlock


Facing down the divorce industry: Thank you, Ben and Jennifer
New York Post
March 15 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


What America Really Needs To Do About the UN
PJ Media
March 15 2017
by Claudia Rosett


Feminism’s Problems are Bigger Than One Bad Teacher
Acculturated
March 15 2017
by Julie Gunlock


The Liberal-Arts ‘Bubble’ Didn’t Always Cause Such Trouble
Wall Street Journal
March 14 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


After 30 years celebrating women’s history, have we made enough progress?
The Hill
March 13 2017
by Andrea Bottner


New App Tracks ‘Manterruption’, Calling It ‘Violence Against Women’
Heat Street
March 13 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Green Activists Vandalize Trump Golf Course
Heat Street
March 13 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


‘Feminists’ are confusing nudity with liberation
New York Post
March 11 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


How Trump Became Public Radio’s Favorite Fundraising Tool
Acculturated
March 10 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Why Sarah Silverman Is Wrong about Motherhood and Sacrifice
Acculturated
March 10 2017
by Rachel DiCarlo Currie


Iowa Students Who Wore Patriotic Attire to Basketball Game Blasted for Being ‘Offensive’
Heat Street
March 10 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


White College Women Told to Stop Wearing Hoop Earrings Because It’s ‘Racist’
Heat Street
March 9 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Is ‘Cash Me Ousside’ Girl Ripping Off Blacks? Teen Sparks Feverish Race Debate
Heat Street
March 9 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Move Over, Gwyneth: Leonardo DiCaprio Is Now Hawking Environmentally Sustainable Frozen Fish
Heat Street
March 9 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Memo to U.S. Mission in Vienna: Obama No Longer President
PJ Media
March 9 2017
by Claudia Rosett


Lego's New Set Of Female Heroines Shows Young Girls How To Look Forward - Not Bitterly Look Back
Independent Journal Review
March 8 2017
by Carrie Lukas and Christine Goss


A Day Without Women, A Defamation of Men
Forbes
March 8 2017
by Sabrina Schaeffer


Why I Won't Be Striking On March 8
Forbes
March 8 2017
by Karin Agness


What “A Day Without a Woman” Reveals About Childcare in the U.S.
Acculturated
March 8 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


GOP's health plan isn't perfect, but tackles ObamaCare's biggest flaws
The Hill
March 7 2017
by Hadley Heath


Repeal Obamacare Now or Brace for Single-Payer Healthcare
Washington Examiner
March 7 2017
by Hadley Heath


Rapist’s Speech at Feminist Conference Creates Uproar
Heat Street
March 7 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


IMDb Adds New ‘F-Rating’ to Highlight Feminist Movies, Points Out Flaw in Bechdel Test
Heat Street
March 7 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Dressing your kids in slogan tees is a terrible way to parent
New York Post
March 6 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


The Hypocrisy of Tenured Radicals
Acculturated
March 6 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


How colleges muddy the waters on sexual-assault accusations
New York Post
March 6 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Women Don’t Need to Be “Brawny” to Earn Praise
Acculturated
March 6 2017
by Carrie L. Lukas


Ohio Bookstore Flips Male-Authored Books, Displaying Them Backwards
Heat Street
March 6 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Food Expert: Photographing Asian Food With Improperly Positioned Chopsticks Is a ‘Microaggression’
Heat Street
March 3 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Oxford Targets New Underclass: Poor, White Males
Heat Street
March 3 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


University Bans ‘Discriminatory’ Words Like ‘Manpower’ and ‘Christian Name’; Violators Face Punishment
Heat Street
March 3 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


University of Washington Student: Stop Appropriating my German-Swiss Heritage
Heat Street
March 3 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


Government-Enforced Paid Leave: Compassion or Control-Freakism?
American Thinker
March 1 2017
by Carrie Lukas and Frayda Levey


Neil deGrasse Tyson Tries to Kill the Tooth Fairy
Acculturated
February 28 2017
by Julie Gunlock


Actually, Americans are Becoming More Tolerant About Religion
Acculturated
February 28 2017
by Naomi Schaefer Riley


Why the 'A Day Without a Woman' protest is laughable
Washington Examiner
February 28 2017
by Hadley Heath


Police Shootout Kills Man Who Shot Up Controversial Florida Pipeline
Heat Street
February 28 2017
by Jillian Kay Melchior


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