Thursday, July 30, 2015

National Review

The Insidious Political Power of Minimum-Wage Laws: Politicians may break all sorts of laws, but they cannot break the law of supply and demand.

Why LGBT Activists Still Aren't Happy: Despite the Boy Scouts lifting a ban on gay scoutmasters, the lords of political correctness are displeased because the ban included a necessary exemption for church-sponsored troops — allowing them to set their own policies.

Time For ‘Pro-Life’ Republicans in Congress to Actually Do Something: Pro-life conservatives should ask the members of Congress who claim to stand with them one, simple question: Are you as dedicated to life as the Democratic party is to death?

Planned Parenthood's Grossly Misleading Poll: This poll is the perfect example of how surveys can produce misleading results. Even though it mentions the undercover videos, it says absolutely nothing about the activities they actually revealed.

On That Israeli Spy: This administration has few qualms about using sensitive U.S. intelligence operations as public-relations exercises.

Obama's Crony Politics: It’s the most far-reaching scandal in Washington that no one wants to talk about: Tens of millions of federal employees had their personal information hacked as a result of Obama administration incompetence and political favoritism.

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