The American health care system is at a crossroads. At IWF, we believe women, men, and their families should be in control of their own health decisions and health dollars. That's why we support consumer-driven, patient-centered health reforms to reduce government's role in our bloated and over-regulated health sector. Read more about how health care freedom, market competition, and concern for all Americans can lead us to a better prescription for health policy.
The IWF examines how government policies impact women in the workplace, for better and for worse. We encourage women to consider carefully the choices they make as they chart their career and life courses, and recognize how government intervention can result in unintended consequences that limit flexibility and opportunity.
Americans are bombarded with messages about how everyday products threaten their health and the health of their children. The media hypes the findings from scientifically-dubious studies; politicians and government regulators seize on them to promote regulations that expand their power and so that they can reassure the public they are doing something to protect Americans.
Governments at every level are seeking to more vigorously dictate what Americans can and cannot eat. This is government over-reach and paternalism at its worst.
Colorado’s Future Project provides analysis and commentary on issues that impact Colorado. CFP isn’t about women’s issues; it’s about important issues like the economy, health care, energy, government debt, and education from an independent woman’s perspective.
The fabrication of an organized domestic war on women slights women across the globe who daily confront a real war against liberty, freedom, security, and justice. These women confront more than rhetoric, but real oppression. Their stories deserve to be told and their causes championed. The Real War on Rhetoric Project attempts to give voice to their causes to claim equal access to freedom and rights.