Why Women Should Demand Less Government in their Lives – deRugy

Many popular government programs hurt women more than help them.

On Reading Well: Karen Swallow Prior

Finding the Good Life through great books

The Diversity Delusion: Heather MacDonald

Toxic ideas first spread by higher education have undermined humanistic values, fueled intolerance, and widened divisions in our larger culture.

Women & Self-Defense: The Right to Be Armed

Constitutional scholar Joyce Lee Malcolm discusses the Second Amendment’s constitutional history and the development of individual rights in Great Britain and America.

2018 Woman of the Year: Rachel Campos-Duffy

She was presented the award at a dinner in her honor.

American Exceptionalism: Marji Ross

Don’t apologize. Evangelize!

#MeToo and the Consequences of Mass Emasculation

Allie Stuckey discusses the flaws in the #MeToo movement.

PC and the Decline of American Universities

Dr. Carol Swain discusses political correctness and the decline of American universities.

Lessons from the Battle of Economic Ideas

Veronique DeRugy discusses lessons learned from the battle of economic ideas.

Starting Out Right: Secrets for Early Work-Home Success

Marji Ross discusses strategies for successfully juggling the career-family balancing act.

Citizen in the Arena, Make a Difference: Bay Buchanan

Former U.S. Treasurer Bay Buchanan discusses effective strategies of citizen activism.

The Extraordinary Clare Boothe Luce: Michelle Easton

A photo presentation of the life and extraordinary accomplishments of Ambassador Clare Boothe Luce.

Immigrating to America is Not an Entitlement

Ying Ma, an immigrant from China, discusses current and proposed U.S. immigration policy.

SCOTUS Cases to Watch in 2018

Legal analysts discuss upcoming SCOTUS cases to watch.