School is back in session, but let’s face it, education is probably not going to be the same after the COVID-19 pandemic—and that’s a good thing.

 

In the 1960s, Sandra Bucha filed a lawsuit against the Illinois High School Association, seeking to be allowed to compete on the boys swim team because no girls teams existed in the state at the time.

 

Kelsey Bolar, senior policy analyst at Independent Women’s Forum, talks with Iowa state senator Waylon Brown about what occupational licensing is, why it’s necessary and how Iowa is leading the nation in making these reforms.

She Thinks is a podcast for women (and men) who are sick of the spin in today’s news cycle and are seeking the truth. Once a week, every week, She Thinks host Beverly Hallberg is joined by guests who cut through the clutter and bring you the facts.

A video surfaced recently of Chinese officials herding a large group of blindfolded Uighur people onto trains in northern China.

 

Canned beans and frozen maduros are the left’s latest victims of so-called cancel culture.

 

The Little Sisters of the Poor, a Catholic order of nuns, secured a major victory Wednesday. The nuns had been sued by Pennsylvania and New Jersey over their refusal, on religious grounds, to offer birth control and abortion-inducing drugs as part of their employees’ health care coverage.

 

Sen. Martha McSally, R-Ariz., was the first female Air Force pilot to fly in combat and to command a fighter squadron. McSally joins “Problematic Women” to share her story of “feistiness” and what drove her to literally do what no American woman before her had ever done.

 

America’s historic statues are being toppled and defaced. Violent riots have led to the destruction of businesses and even the physical harm of American citizens.

 

American women have lost an important battle.

 

The majority of America’s police officers are brave men and women who make sacrifices and take risks every day to keep our communities safe, but incidents of misconduct do occur. Defunding America’s police departments would not solve the issue of police abuse, but limiting the power of police unions would allow for needed reforms.

 

“Conservatives should be leading the civil rights movement,” says Kay C. James, President of The Heritage Foundation. Conservatives have the solutions to solve much of the racial inequalities and injustices present in America today.

James joins the podcast to explain that the answers to many of the issues plaguing the African American community, such as poverty, lack of access to good healthcare, and poor education systems, are issues conservatives have the viable solutions for.

Sue Ellen Browder, author of “Subverted: How I Helped the Sexual Revolution Hijack the Women’s Movement,” was a writer for Cosmopolitan magazine during the sexual revolution.

 

States across America are weighing the decision of whether or not to reopen their economies. Some—such as Georgia and Florida—have few restrictions in place now and have allowed businesses to reopen, while others—among them Connecticut and Michigan—continue to limit economic activity.

 

If “the American dream” describes overcoming the challenges of a difficult childhood; serving in the armed forces; having the financial freedom to support not only yourself, but also your family; making a difference in your community through political engagement; and finding love along the way, then Anna Paulina Luna is living the dream.

 

Starting a news program is no small thing, even when it’s for little people.

 

After spending more than 50 years in a wheelchair as a quadriplegic, Joni Eareckson Tada is still sharing a message of hope and life with the world.

 

The Hulu mini series, “Mrs. America” depicts the work of Phyllis Schlafly to stand against the women’s movement and its push to pass the Equal Right Amendment (ERA).

 

We talk with health care economist and National Coronavirus Recovery Commission member Dr. Gail Wilensky about how we can save both American lives and livelihoods during the novel coronavirus pandemic.

 

Live from home amid the coronavirus, the Problematic Women talk with Olivia Enos, a senior policy analyst in the Asian Studies Center at The Heritage Foundation, about China’s attempted COVID-19 cover-up. Enos breaks down her latest report on the subject and how America should respond to the actions of the Chinese Communist Party.

 

On todays “Problematic Women” we talk with three strong problematic women about the effect COVID-19 is having universities, abortion clinics, and your bank account.

Mallory Quigley, vice president of Communications at Susan B. Anthony List, explains why abortion clinics are fighting to stay open during COVID-19. College senior Samantha Renck discusses finishing college online and what COVID-19 might mean for graduation ceremonies all over the country.