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Women’s groups find little traction taking on Puzder • Politico

by Carrie Lukas

Carrie Lukas, vice president of policy and economics at Independent Women’s Voice, said Puzder “seems to recognize that we want to have a dynamic labor market and create new work paradigms.”


Time for change: Obama's stale workplace regulations won't help women • Washington Examiner

by Heather Madden

More jobs and more money to spend. That's what a freer marketplace is likely to produce.


The Promise of President Trump • Wall Street Journal

by Heather Higgins

‘The more successful he is, the more the left will try to distract with attacks on him and his legitimacy.’


Does the Women's March on Washington Speak for You?

by Heather Madden

The Women’s March on Washington pretends to stand for all women, but it’s clear that the march isn’t about unifying people and supporting all women or the broader cause of “women’s rights” at all. Rather, it’s only a platform for those who support a far-left political agenda and to exclude women with different views.


The Media Was Surprised With Ben Carson Over This Response During HUD Hearing

The Left Is Trying To Shut Down This Successful Business. Will It Work?

 

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