Feminists find some gender gaps more troubling than others. Here are two worth focusing on: workplace fatality gender gaps and the snow shoveling gender gap
Clinton fundraising and document scandals are the gifts that keep on giving. In this case, guess who had a secret email account stashed with Benghazi info.
Media were apoplectic when Guiliani questioned Obama’s patriotism, ignoring similar slurs against conservatives. But they themselves love crying racism.
Ted Cruz says cronyism is a big enough problem in government, but no president or secretary of state should be taking cash from foreign governments.
Patricia Arquette railed against wage gaps in her Oscar speech. They don’t actually exist in the real world. But they do in Hollywood (and the White House).
Horribly written and emotionally stunted, Fifty Shades of Grey reflects a world where women are frustrated by the consequences of feminism.
Why should Brian Williams be taking so much heat for his untrue stories? Lying about, distorting and exaggerating the news is what our media do every day.
Michelle Obama says processed mac and cheese is not food. Federalist editors and writers debate her claim for hours. It got surprisingly heated.
Colleges set aside something called “Sex Week,” where they bring in sex toy dealers and porn stars to troll campus conservatives. We do it differently.
President Obama comes out against the Crusades. He and media elites argue ISIS isn’t Islamic. Could we drop the low-level theology and wake up to reality?
A measles outbreak–and enclaves of Californians opposed to vaccines–are spun into an attack on Republicans. This time the bias threatens public health.
In a sea of bad Superbowl ads, a few stood out for spreading particularly bad messages related to fatherhood, childhood and manufactured feminism.
Pro-life demonstrators from around the world crowded the National Mall on Thursday during the 42nd annual March for Life. Here are some photos.
An abortion bill that was about to pass easily was just scuttled by incompetence and cowardice. It’s not just pro-lifers who should worry about Republicans.
The New York Times hopes the Supreme Court will rule broadly in favor of same-sex marriage and that this will end debate on the issue. That’s ridiculous.
A Politico photo of Iowa Sen. Joni Ernst makes her look unrecognizable. But the pattern of making conservative women appear odd is strong. And tiring.
The New York Times claims it censors photos that offend religious sensibilities. But they prominently published a photo that does just that yesterday.
Conservatives are sad that Mitt Romney and Jeb Bush are running. Are you kidding? This is the best news for conservatives in decades. Here’s why.
The first issue of Charlie Hebdo in the aftermath of the deadly attacks on the newspaper was described by various media outlets. They missed a lot.
The Obama Administration has said it was mistaken to not send a high-ranking delegation to Paris’ free speech rally. But it should have surprised no one.
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