The benefits can't be summarized in a quantitative study.
Think schools have a financial incentive to label normal kids as disabled? Think again.
They may be sneered at in the New York Times and accused of endangering children's welfare by Kathy Lee Gifford — but parenting blogs are more popular than ever.
You don't have to be a "shoulder-pad feminist" to cast a gender-driven vote. Laura McKenna looks at why many women have chosen Hillary.
The New York Times has turned environmentally conscious mothers into their latest target of derision. Unfair, says Laura McKenna. If you're going to mock, why not make fun of the whole green movement?
Laura McKenna wants to "reclaim 'mom' to connote cosmopolitan, worldly, publicly engaged and throw away, once and for all, the outmoded view that moms are nothing more than the emotional and nutritional providers for their children."
What was Katie Couric thinking when she left the Today Show to anchor the CBS Evening News? Laura McKenna contends that Couric made a fatal career miscalculation. To the college students McKenna teaches, the once-vaunted Prestigious Evening Network Anchor belongs in a museum.
For Democrats, it had been pretty clear that the answer to the question above was "Hillary Clinton" - until the Iowa caucuses, when the female vote unexpectedly tipped in favor of Barack Obama. Then, just as unexpectedly, women voters in New Hampshire powered a Hillary comeback. Laura McKenna examines - without tears - how it happened.
PJM Debate: The debate between Laura McKenna and Megan McArdle over school vouchers rages on into its third day. Today, McKenna explains why the theory that vouchers will give birth to lots of new shiny high-quality private schools just doesn't work.