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The Gender Pay Gap Is a Myth

Every year around this time we're treated to the same eyeball catching headlines about the stubborn persistence of the gender pay gap. The White House has an entire website decrying how "women are still paid less than men," 77 cents on every dollar, according to the Census Bureau.Indeed, President Obama is putting his political clout behind the Paycheck Fairness Act, legislation intended to address the age-old income disparity between men and women that everyone assumes is a result of discrimination.  There's only one problem. It isn't true.If you can get past all the populist media headlines, the politicians pandering for the female vote, and the big bucks behind all the lobbyists, feminist groups, and women's councils and just look at the facts, you'll learn that the wage gap is not the result of discrimination.There's a mountain of data, research, and studies from sources like the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the U.S. Census Bureau, even a 2011 White House report prepared by the...

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