Department of Education’s New Title IX Rule Just as Bad as Expected

 
 
April 20 2024
 
 
 
 
COMMENTARY
Department of Education's New Title IX Rule Just as Bad as Expected
By Sarah Parshall Perry

Under the Biden administration's sweeping new Title IX rule, any school that receives federal funding would have to open girls' bathrooms and locker rooms to boys who "identify" as girls.
COMMENTARY
Biden's Ill-Advised Alaska Oil Ban Bodes Continued Pain at Pump
By Diana Furchtgott-Roth

Oil prices are more than $80 per barrel, and gasoline prices are rising. But President Biden is banning oil development on 13 million acres in Alaska.
COMMENTARY
After Years of Terrorism, Iran Is Learning It Has No Allies
By Victor Davis Hanson

For all its loud, creepy threats, Iran is incredibly weak and vulnerable.
COMMENTARY
Planned Parenthood Checklist: More Abortions, Less Actual Health Care, More Tax Dollars Than Ever
By Melanie Israel

We're finally able to see how the Supreme Court's Dobbs decision overturning Roe v. Wade is affecting Planned Parenthood's abortion numbers and bottom line.
COMMENTARY
New School Choice Policies Advance in Missouri, Nebraska
By Jason Bedrick

After three consecutive years of massive progress expanding education freedom and choice, 2024 is shaping up to be another banner year.
NEWS
Recall of Soros-Backed California Prosecutor Secures Needed Voter Signatures
By Robert Schmad

An effort to recall a progressive, George Soros-funded district attorney in California gets enough signatures from voters to advance amid an upswing in crime.
COMMENTARY
Joe Biden Is Scared of His Own Shadow
By Ben Shapiro

Deterrence requires, above all else, willpower. And that is in short supply from a White House that sees strength as a weakness.
COMMENTARY
'Useful Idiots': How Far-Left Groups Dupe the Well-Meaning Into Helping Advance Their Agendas
By Dennis Prager

Perhaps the ultimate example of left-wing contempt for the groups it claims to represent is "Queers for Palestine."
NEWS
ICYMI: Here Are the 55 Republicans Who Voted Against Speaker Johnson's Foreign Aid Scheme
By Rob Bluey

"Today, 55 bold conservatives in Washington stood up to their own party and voted against the Swamp's Ukraine funding scheme," says Rep. Keith Self, R-Texas.
 
     
 
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