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.
A new website will help you explore this question before taking on student-loan debt.
Laws such as this pose a grave threat to the livelihoods and futures of many Americans.
Author Jarrett Stepman's new book "The War on History" shows why we must defend the historical figures and ideas that made America great.
Charter critics may really be more concerned about union coffers than the funding of public schools.
Current and former Harvard Crimson journalists protest basic fairness. Unfortunately, they'll fit in just fine in a lot of American newsrooms.
Fix the underlying conditions driving rising housing costs: over-regulation.
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 Daily Caller
by Patrice Lee Onwuka
Jersey City’s successful referendum to crack down on short-term rentals was a win for the hotel lobby and hotel workers unions, but a loss for women and families just looking to earn some extra income.
Via The Hill
by Andrea Bottner
It’s been almost a year since the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) should have been reauthorized, but wasn’t.
Via Dallas News
by Claudia Rosett
Ronald Reagan made it his driving mission not to appease and accommodate the USSR, but to defeat it.
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.
Via The Federalist
by Julie Gunlock