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Barone: The feminization of America: What will it look like?

By Michael Barone | Are we witnessing the feminization of America? And if so, is that a good thing or a bad thing? Or is it, like so many quiet but ineluctable trends, a combination of the two? Perceptions of feminization come from some unexpected quarters. The (mostly) free market economist Tyler Cowen sees it […]

Shrier: Gender ideology run amok

By Abigail Shrier | The following is adapted from a speech delivered on April 27, 2021, in Franklin, Tennessee, at a Hillsdale College National Leadership Seminar. In 2007, America had one pediatric gender clinic; today there are hundreds. Testosterone is readily available to adolescents from places like Planned Parenthood and Kaiser, often on a first […]

Napolitano: Texas, abortion and the Constitution

By Judge Andrew P. Napolitano | Last week, this column addressed state nullification and secession under the U.S. Constitution. It argued, in effect, that when the government fails to protect fundamental liberties or actively assaults them — as it has done in the past 18 months under the guise of public health — the states […]

Trinko: Is Big Business finally realizing not everyone in America Is liberal?

By Katrina Trinko | Something funny is happening in Texas. In the last few years, a solid pattern has emerged around successful conservative legislation that becomes law: Big businesses speak out, perhaps even threatening boycotts or to not do business in the state, and are roundly applauded on social media and by media. Yet in […]

Brennan: Let’s keep the dividend affordable

By Tom Brennan | Discussion is blooming once again on how big the Alaska Permanent Fund dividend should be. Many members of the House think we should go for the full amount authorized under the existing statute, a nice $2,350 for each of us. Those are mostly Democrats whose enthusiasm for such ventures drives me […]

Khan: Don’t be fooled: America’s ‘Longest War’ isn’t over

By Sahar Khan | August 31, 2021 became a historic date as the picture of U.S. Army Maj. Gen. Chris Donahue appeared on the news as the last American service member to leave Afghanistan. Major media outlets and social media all had headlines indicating that the U.S. war in Afghanistan was finally over. President Joe Biden […]

Hollis: Rise of black conservatives terrifies the Left

By Laura Hollis | The election to recall California Gov. Gavin Newsom is now less than two weeks away. According to California law, Newsom will be removed from office if more than 50 percent of those casting ballots vote in favor of recall. The ballot also asks who should replace the governor if he is […]

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