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    Mississippi Protects Women and Children From Late-Term Abortion

    Yesterday, Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant (R) signed into law a bill protecting the health and safety of women and the lives of unborn children by limiting late-term abortion after 20 weeks. At 20 weeks—five months—of pregnancy, unborn children are capable of feeling pain and women are at significantly increased risk … More

    The Paycheck Fairness Act Will Harm, Not Help, Women

    As a working woman and mother of four young children, I strongly support fairness in the workplace. And that is why the Paycheck Fairness Act worries me. It would unintentionally harm working women by taking away some of the freedoms and choices we currently enjoy. The Paycheck Fairness Act seeks … More

    3 Things You Should Know About the Paycheck Fairness Act

    The Senate is set to vote on the so-called Paycheck Fairness Act today. Here are three things you should know about the bill: 1. It Could Hurt Women’s Employment Prospects. What those who support the act don’t tell you is how it would burden employers with additional liability and regulations. … More

    Two Ways to Hurt Women in the Workplace

    Today is “Equal Pay Day” for those who believe that The Man is keeping women down. Convincing people that injustice is taking place is a great way to push your policy agenda—and that’s where “Equal Pay Day” comes from. It’s the left’s claim that women in America are paid only … More

    New York Fails to Inspect Abortion Clinics for Over a Decade

    According to The New York Post, the Department of Health in New York has, for more than a decade, failed to inspect a number of abortion clinics that it is charged with monitoring. The Post reports: “Eight of the 25 clinics were never inspected over the 2000–12 span, five were … More

    On Gloria Steinem's Birthday, Comments That Will Shock Today's Young Women

    Liberal feminist icon Gloria Steinem turns 80 today. She once said that “A feminist is anyone who recognizes the equality and full humanity of women and men.” Yet for all her talk about equality and rights, one right she worked diligently to deny millions of both sexes was the right … More

    11 Female Superstars We're Honoring for Women's History Month

    March is Women’s History Month and we want to honor those women who’ve made a difference! Margaret Thatcher tackled communism as prime minister of the United Kingdom from 1979 to 1990. The only woman to hold the office, she was forthright in her belief that individual liberty—not government action—improved society. Susan B. … More

    Report: U.S. Is One of Seven Countries That Allows Late-Term Abortion

    The United States is one of only a handful of developed countries in which late-term abortions after 20 weeks—five months—are allowed, according to a new report from the Charlotte Lozier Institute. At that stage, the child is capable of feeling pain and women are at increased risk for the negative … More

    (Sex) Workers of the World, Unite!

    Until recently, few Duke University students had probably heard of Miriam Weeks, a.k.a. “Belle Knox.” But some, at least, were familiar with her body of work. She is doing something old-fashioned: working to put herself through college. But she’s doing it in a very modern way: by making pornography. And … More

    Satellite TV: Empowering Women in the Middle East and North Africa

    Female genital mutilation. Slavery. Honor killings. These are the fates of thousands of Arab and African women each year. The United Nations’ conservative estimate is 5,000 honor killings annually, two-thirds of them by their families of origin. On October 1, The Heritage Foundation’s Becky Norton Dunlop hosted “Pain and Promise … More