On this episode of She Thinks: IWF's Inez Feltscher Stepman talks about the issue of free speech on college campuses. With rising tuition costs and the increasing politicization of classroom space, public confidence in institutions of higher ed are at an all-time low.
While not perfect, our economy is strong.
Fet the threat to our waistlines. Thanksgiving dinner could pose a threat of global proportions, according to some recent headlines.
Too many workers, particularly low-wage and part-time workers, still lack sufficient paid time off. Policymakers can help by embracing reforms that help workers help themselves.
Nice manners, kids.
Rogers’ TV show taught us that no matter our beliefs, race, political or ideological stripe, we all have inherent worth and we all have the capacity for love and fiveness.
This week, millions of Americans are shopping for Thanksgiving groceries. Can you identify which of the following is NOT true about meat sold in the grocery store?
The comedian won’t accept campus engagements after this year.
Via PJ Media
by Claudia Rosett
Via Washington Examiner
by Andrea Bottner
Today is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women. It marks the beginning of an annual International United Nations campaign urging 16 days of activism.
Via Fox News
by Patrice Lee Onwuka
Another strategy by revenue-hungry lawmakers and bitter labor unions to strangle innovation
by Carrie Sheffield
Americans deserve debate moderators who focus on substance like this rather than partisan jockeying.
Via Institute for Family Studies
by Naomi Schaefer Riley
When it comes to gender roles and the way families manage the balance between work and raising kids, there is a big difference between what we think is fine for other people and what we would choose for ourselves.
Via Carolina Journal
by Julie Gunlock
Via Valiant News
by Carrie L. Lukas
Via The Western Journal
by Hadley Heath
Republicans and Democrats are offering very different views on what America’s health care system should look like as the country heads into the 2020 election.