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Sally C. Pipes

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Prop. 209 back in spotlight

The November elections have been dominating the news, obscuring a story of great interest to those who find little merit in most government policies on women’s or gender issues. Sometimes, however, a government measure can have a positive effect. That even holds true in, of all places, California. Officials in ...
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The Era of Rationing Begins

Supporters of health reform said it would never happen. Maybe they got caught up in their own rhetoric. Maybe they just didn’t want to believe it was possible. But rationing in America has started. By December, the Food and Drug Administration is expected to revoke approval of the drug Avastin ...
Commentary

States fight Obamacare

Opposition to the new health reform law is continuing to grow in the states – just as Congress prepares for its final pre-election legislative session. Colorado, for instance, just placed an initiative on the ballot that would, if passed, block many aspects of Obamacare – including the requirement that individuals ...
Business & Economics

Studies Disprove “Second Shift” Narrative

Vol. 14 No. 08, September 7, 2010 Studies Disprove “Second Shift” Narrative By Sally C. Pipes, President and CEO It’s been a challenging summer for the Women’s Movement. The recent publication of two “time use surveys” in the United States and Europe contradicts the preferred feminist narrative about the lives ...
Commentary

Mass. mess: ObamaCare’s ugly future

Massachusetts’ struggle to make “universal health insurance” work continues to be an excellent peek at what the entire nation faces when ObamaCare kicks in — and the picture remains ugly. Gov. Deval Patrick has just reached a truce with three of the four top insurers in the state, compromising on ...
Commentary

Repeal the Individual Mandate of Obamacare

Obamacare is chock full of unpopular policies. But few have attracted as much widespread animosity as the “individual mandate,” which requires all adults to purchase health insurance or pay a fine. The most recent Rasmussen poll puts opposition to the mandate at 54 percent of likely voters – including 41 ...
Commentary

Repealing Obamacare: Politically Feasible, Morally Urgent

Missourians took a bold stand last Tuesday against Obamacare. Fully 71% of voters supported a ballot measure forbidding the government from requiring state residents to have health insurance. This so-called “individual mandate” is a crucial component of the new federal health law. The Show-Me State’s vote comes on the heels ...
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How real reform is different from Obamacare

Part three in a three-part series To turn a phrase, there ought not to be a law; Obamacare should be booted from the U.S. Code and onto the ash heap of history. Think it can’t be done? Guess again — Congress has reversed course on health care reform before. On ...
Business & Economics

Gender Absurdity Lowers the Bar

Vol. 14 No. 08: August 3, 2010 Gender Absurdity Lowers the Bar By Sally C. Pipes, President and CEO, Pacific Research Institute Last month, we noted some good news for women, who now outpace men in higher education and are faring better economically during the recession. Women who go out ...
Commentary

Seniors will suffer under Obamacare

Part two in a three-part series According to the Congressional Budget Office, Obamacare will cost at least $938 billion over the next decade. So here’s the big question: Who is going to pay for it? The answer is … drum roll please … senior citizens. As it turns out, more ...
Commentary

Prop. 209 back in spotlight

The November elections have been dominating the news, obscuring a story of great interest to those who find little merit in most government policies on women’s or gender issues. Sometimes, however, a government measure can have a positive effect. That even holds true in, of all places, California. Officials in ...
Commentary

The Era of Rationing Begins

Supporters of health reform said it would never happen. Maybe they got caught up in their own rhetoric. Maybe they just didn’t want to believe it was possible. But rationing in America has started. By December, the Food and Drug Administration is expected to revoke approval of the drug Avastin ...
Commentary

States fight Obamacare

Opposition to the new health reform law is continuing to grow in the states – just as Congress prepares for its final pre-election legislative session. Colorado, for instance, just placed an initiative on the ballot that would, if passed, block many aspects of Obamacare – including the requirement that individuals ...
Business & Economics

Studies Disprove “Second Shift” Narrative

Vol. 14 No. 08, September 7, 2010 Studies Disprove “Second Shift” Narrative By Sally C. Pipes, President and CEO It’s been a challenging summer for the Women’s Movement. The recent publication of two “time use surveys” in the United States and Europe contradicts the preferred feminist narrative about the lives ...
Commentary

Mass. mess: ObamaCare’s ugly future

Massachusetts’ struggle to make “universal health insurance” work continues to be an excellent peek at what the entire nation faces when ObamaCare kicks in — and the picture remains ugly. Gov. Deval Patrick has just reached a truce with three of the four top insurers in the state, compromising on ...
Commentary

Repeal the Individual Mandate of Obamacare

Obamacare is chock full of unpopular policies. But few have attracted as much widespread animosity as the “individual mandate,” which requires all adults to purchase health insurance or pay a fine. The most recent Rasmussen poll puts opposition to the mandate at 54 percent of likely voters – including 41 ...
Commentary

Repealing Obamacare: Politically Feasible, Morally Urgent

Missourians took a bold stand last Tuesday against Obamacare. Fully 71% of voters supported a ballot measure forbidding the government from requiring state residents to have health insurance. This so-called “individual mandate” is a crucial component of the new federal health law. The Show-Me State’s vote comes on the heels ...
Commentary

How real reform is different from Obamacare

Part three in a three-part series To turn a phrase, there ought not to be a law; Obamacare should be booted from the U.S. Code and onto the ash heap of history. Think it can’t be done? Guess again — Congress has reversed course on health care reform before. On ...
Business & Economics

Gender Absurdity Lowers the Bar

Vol. 14 No. 08: August 3, 2010 Gender Absurdity Lowers the Bar By Sally C. Pipes, President and CEO, Pacific Research Institute Last month, we noted some good news for women, who now outpace men in higher education and are faring better economically during the recession. Women who go out ...
Commentary

Seniors will suffer under Obamacare

Part two in a three-part series According to the Congressional Budget Office, Obamacare will cost at least $938 billion over the next decade. So here’s the big question: Who is going to pay for it? The answer is … drum roll please … senior citizens. As it turns out, more ...
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