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April 2017 Eagle Forum Report
Eagle Forum Report


Women in Combat: History and Today’s Debate Women in Combat: History and Today's Debate April 7, 2017 Elaine Donnelly of the Center for Military Readiness participated in a forum in Washington, D.C. which explored in depth issues surrounding social change in our military. The Center for Military and Diplomatic History (CMDH), sponsored this first-of-its-kind program that took place at the Institute for World Politics in Washington, D.C. on Monday, March 27.  The CMDH, affiliated with the Foreign Policy Initiative, was formed in July 2016 to connect historians to the national security policy ...

The Fallacy of a “Wage Gap” The Fallacy of a “Wage Gap”April 4, 2017 Is there equal pay for equal work in the United States? Yes, for more than fifty years, the Equal Pay Act (1963), administered by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission has enforced “equal pay for equal work” and sex discrimination in compensation is illegal. So why is there an alleged “wage gap” in earnings between men and women? Because Americans are individuals who can make free choices about the type of work they do and ...

Eagle Forum Celebrates a Week of Progress on Campaign Promises April 1, 2017 Dear Friends: This week held multiple victories for conservatives as Congress used the Congressional Review Act to reject harmful Obama Administration regulations. Eagle Forum is particularly pleased with the repeal of regulations dealing with Planned Parenthood and Education: Restoring States Rights to Defund Planned Parenthood. In an exciting turn of events on Thursday, the Senate voted to overturn a regulation prohibiting states from defunding Planned Parenthood. Because two Republican Senators, Lisa Murkowski (Alaska) and Susan Collins (Maine), ...

Court Watch Is Watching the Gorsuch Nomination Court WatchMarch 31, 2017   On Tuesday night’s leaders’ conference call, Virginia Armstrong made a few comments that participants seemed to appreciate and also offered some information easily accessible on the Internet. Her comments were basically that she had felt some initial concern about Judge Gorsuch because he has such a blank slate on the homosexual activist agenda and so she “went looking” for solid info and found the following:   (1) She learned that in studying for his Ph.D. in ...



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