Rights v. Responsibility: A Critique of the Natural Birth Movement – Erica Wanis – Page 1

Sociologist Mark Regnerus recently penned an essay for Public Discourse in which he discusses two competing understandings of human dignity. Dignity 1. via Pocket
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2014 in Jobs: Still Not Good Enough – Mallory Carr – Page 1

Looking back on 2014, many have decided to single out a handful of indicators and declare that the economy is in great shape. With the economy growing at five percent and unemployment at the lowest level in seven years, the past year apparently came up roses. This surely must come as news to the 2. via Pocket
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Free Falls, Free College & Earnings Season – Charles Payne – Townhall Finance Conservative Columnists and Financial Commentary – Page 1

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Obamacare’s Exchange Subsidies Are So Essential, People Are Turning Them Down – Michael F. Cannon – Townhall Finance Conservative Columnists and Financial Commentary – Page 1

According to U.S. News & World Report: [B]rokers say they do hear from clients who are eligible for subsidies – which are based on household income and not assets – but want no part of them. Health officials have been boasting that 6. via Pocket
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The GOP’s 20 Car Pile-up – Hugh Hewitt – Page 1

Mitt Romney’s entry into the 2016 race for the GOP nomination has caught almost every observer of American politics flat-footed. Almost. Some did see it coming. And their early entry is not for lack of alternatives. via Pocket
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The Employment Situation for Teens, Young Adults and Other Americans After Seven Years of Recession – Political Calculations – Townhall Finance Conservative Columnists and Financial Commentary – Page 1

This is the last time that we’re going to feature an updated version of the following chart, showing the change in the number of employed Americans by age group since the level of total employment peaked in the U.S. just ahead of the so-called Great Recession. via Pocket
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The Antisemitic Derangement – Jeff Jacoby – Page 1

Even before last week’s terrorist attacks in Paris, the French prime minister was concerned about the continued viability of Jewish life in France. In an interview with The Atlantic prior to the Charlie Hebdo and kosher supermarket massacres, Manuel Valls made a grim prediction: via Pocket
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From Salman Rushdie to Charlie Hebdo – Cliff May – Page 1

Let’s get a few things straight: The slaughter of eight satirical journalists in Paris last week was not a tragedy. It was an atrocity. via Pocket
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What Do the Islamic State and Communists Have in Common? – Terry Jeffrey – Page 1

How should a free society react when confronted with a subversive movement that seeks to exploit our liberty to destroy it? via Pocket
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France Needs a Second Amendment—And so do We! – Ken Blackwell – Page 1

CBS News gave an early report on the terrorist attacks in Paris. It included this telling sentence: Every American, every citizen of a free country, needs to read, and re-read that sentence. Here is the answer of liberals and socialists to the problem of domestic security. Let the police do it. via Pocket
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