Ashe Schow, reporter, columnist, and senior contributor at The Federalist, joins Staff Writer Bre Payton on this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour. They discuss a range of women’s issues including the campus dating scene and alleged gender wage gap.
Later in the hour, they discuss the life of First Lady Barbara Bush and what women can learn from her legacy today.
“A lot of what [Bush] had to say was counter-cultural then and is still counter-cultural today,” Payton said. “I think her point here is still controversial today because if you make career decisions to prioritize your family…that’s so ‘unwoke’ and ‘so terrible.”
Listen to the full show here: