The Pentagon is launching a pilot program to freeze troops’ sperm or eggs as part of widespread reforms to personnel policies across the force. Defense Secretary Ash Carter says he wants the military to be more family friendly and able to compete for the best talent with private sector employers like those in the world of tech.
Not much research has been done about the role of religion in the lives of minority couples, and sociologists W. Bradford Wilcox of the American Enterprise Institute (AEI) and the University of Virginia, and Nicholas H. Wolfinger of the University of Utah remedy that gap in their new book, “Soul Mates: Religion, Sex, Love, and Marriage Among African Americans and Latinos,” (Oxford University Press, February 2016).
Many say it’s unfair for anyone to bring President Bill Clinton’s sex scandals into his wife’s presidential campaign. Are they right? The Factual Feminist explores the evidence.
It is something less than inevitable that Democrats will gain a majority from demographic change
New Census Bureau data provide interesting clues about what Americans are thinking, how they’re voting, and where they’re moving.
Can Republicans win the next presidential election without getting more Hispanic votes? That’s the wrong question to ask. Here’s why.
“Rwanda is beating the US In Gender Equality” That is a headline from a recent news story in the Washington Post. Well, could it be true? AEI’s Christina Hoff Sommers, The Factual Feminist, checks the facts.
The demands of wannabe campus fascists keep getting wackier.
The surprising — but also encouraging — fact is that groups suffering purported social disadvantage can achieve excellent health outcomes in America today.