Published in The Orange County Register on November 5, 2019 by Elaine Parker

Women want personalized healthcare for their families. Here’s how we get there.

When it comes to healthcare, women hold all the cards. According to data collected by NRC Health, nearly 80 percent of women consider themselves primarily responsible for […]

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Published in Daily Caller on October 22, 2019 by Elaine Parker

Instead of ‘Medicare-for-All,’ Let’s Unite Behind ‘Healthcare For You’

Democratic presidential primary candidates again devoted much of their speaking time to discussing their healthcare reform plans at their Oct. 15 debate. That’s no surprise. […]

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Published in Morning Consult on October 17, 2019 by Elaine Parker

Health Care: The More Choice the Better

Obamacare has flipped the U.S. health care system upside down — strangling patients, doctors and hospitals with regulatory red tape. As a result, choice has dwindled, and […]

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Published in Real Clear Policy on October 10, 2019 by Elaine Parker

Obama Regulatory Chicken Comes Home to Roost. Trump Should Kill It.

Last week marked the end of the third quarter for American businesses. For those with more than 100 employees, it also marked the belated deadline […]

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Published in Daily Caller on September 25, 2019 by Elaine Parker

Real World Ms. Monopolies Have No Need For A Handout: Female Business Owners Are Thriving

Meet Ms. Monopoly — a new twist on the classic board game that recently hit store shelves. Although the company has never shied away from creating different […]

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Published in Townhall on September 13, 2019 by Elaine Parker

Third Dem Debate was a Trip to Crazy Town, USA

On Thursday, 10 Democratic candidates took the stage for the third debate in the 2020 race for the White House. And let’s just say, crazy […]

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Published in RealClear Policy on August 30, 2019 by Elaine Parker

This Labor Day, Threats to the American Worker Lurk Behind Every Corner

Labor Day isn’t simply a long weekend to mark the closing days of summer. It’s a holiday intended to celebrate the foundation on which this […]

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Published in Townhall on August 21, 2019 by Elaine Parker

Money Doesn’t Grow on Trees, Someone Has to Pay for It

Election season is gearing up and as usual candidates are promising the world to American voters as they try to curry their favor. It’s a […]

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Published in Fox News on July 18, 2019 by Elaine Parker

House-passed $15 hourly minimum wage would harm workers

The 231-199 vote Thursday by the Democratic-controlled House of Representatives to raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25 an hour to $15 was an unwise […]

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Published in Townhall on July 17, 2019 by Elaine Parker

Labor Market Problems Lurk Beneath The Strong Economy

Over the last three decades, college tuition at traditional four-year institutions has risen by over 200 percent and the ballooning price tags are not showing […]

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