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Economists: New York’s paid family leave plan has shaky foundation

By Kiley Crossland
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Business | New York state passed the longest and most far-reaching family paid leave policy in the country last week. Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed it into law Monday as part…

How raising the minimum wage is killing people with kindness

By D.C. Innes
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Government | It is high tide for egalitarian moral passion on the political left these days. After seven years of the “hope and change” president, the dream candidate…

Economists: $15 minimum wage will cripple California businesses

By Evan Wilt
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Business | California legislators approved the nation’s highest statewide minimum wage—$15 an hour—on Thursday, but critics say they forgot to do their homework…

A massive and immoral scheme

A massive and immoral scheme

By Andrée Seu Peterson
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Government | Social Security is a big game of IOU

Halls of power

By Marvin Olasky
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Government | Coarseness and corruption are not surprising in enemy-occupied territory

Georgia governor: Threats from NFL, Disney didn’t prompt veto

By Bonnie Pritchett
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Religious Liberty | Gov. Nathan Deal calls state’s religious freedom bill ‘state-sanctioned discrimination’

Keeping our republic of laws

By D.C. Innes
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Campaign 2016 | President Obama, in his Havana speech, described America and Cuba as “two brothers who’ve been estranged for many years.” The superficialities he cited…

Senate holds Backpage execs in contempt after they skip hearing

By Gaye Clark
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Human Trafficking | The U.S. Senate voted unanimously last week to hold executives with the classified ad website Backpage.com in contempt after the company refused to comply…

Get your voice heard in Washington

By Evan Wilt
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Government | Want to be a more effective influencer in our nation’s capital? Pick up the phone.

White poverty and me

By Cal Thomas
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Poverty | In his continuing effort to pit races and classes against each other, Democratic presidential candidate and self-described socialist Sen. Bernie Sanders,

Getting Washington to work for you

By Evan Wilt
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Washington | Legislators offer practical tips and assistance for navigating the federal bureaucracy

Critics make last-ditch effort to stop education secretary’s nomination

By Melinda Taylor
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Education | If the U.S. Senate confirms John King this month as education secretary, as expected, it will be against the wishes of educators, parents, students, and…

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