Allison Kasic

Posted May 12, 2009

Athletics help develop a variety of positive character traits in children, including teamwork, leadership, and discipline, just to name a few.

Posted April 28, 2009

Happy Equal Pay Day! You’ll have to forgive your friends for not sending a card—Hallmark has yet to recognize fabricated feminist holidays based on misleading data.

Posted February 23, 2009

The past few weeks have been rough for many Obama cabinet appointees, but one appointment has garnered an impressive amount of bipartisan support.

Posted February 18, 2009

If one thing was clear throughout the 2008 election, it was that the public was sick of politics as usual in Washington. That’s why we saw both political parties offering their vision of change for the country.

Posted January 07, 2009

Gender warriors are not wasting any time in 2009. Two pieces of falsely titled “gender equity” legislation, the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act and the Paycheck Fairness Act, are set to be the first votes of the new House.

Posted December 08, 2008

Gender equity is a common concern on college campuses. Schools often devote grand resources toward initiatives designed to root out sexism—whether it is through administrative offices, workshops for academic departments, or outside reviews and audits.

Posted October 20, 2008

Now that the school year is in full swing, many parents are probably wondering how their children are adapting to their new educational environment.

Posted August 08, 2008

As the Olympics kick off this Friday, all eyes are firmly set on one athlete: Michael Phelps.

Posted July 07, 2008

Citizens in the District of Columbia had plenty of reason to celebrate over July 4th weekend.

Posted May 14, 2008

In the coming weeks thousands of American students will celebrate their accomplishments, reflect on four years’ of memories, don silly robes and hats, and graduate from college.

Posted May 06, 2008

Every election cycle is billed as the one that young voters are finally going to be the key player in shaping the results.

Posted April 09, 2008

Watch out, New Orleans: 'Vagina Warriors' are headed your way.

Posted February 13, 2008

On campus Valentines Day has become a more ominous occasion, serving as a striking reminder of just how dysfunctional the collegiate dating scene has become.

Posted October 31, 2007

If the October 17th House hearing is any indication, a full-scale assault on the academy is coming. The target: STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) fields. The charge: wide scale discrimination against women.

Posted August 25, 2006

Women's Equality Day reminds us how far women in America have advanced since gaining the right to vote in 1920. It also showcases how distorted the feminist movement has become since the days of Elizabeth Cady Stanton.