Conservatives should passionately assert the importance of parents spending time with kids, and make the sanctity of the household a first-tier electoral issue.
By allowing working moms to mother on the job, we’re showing the next generation they don’t have to put their careers on hold for kids.
Marco Rubio’s statement contradicts some of the best advice my father ever gave me: If you wait until you have enough money to have children, you will never have children.
President Trump has provided Republicans the opportunity to engage on paid leave in a meaningful way, and to craft a conservative solution.
The government-driven maternity leave policies the Trump family has been boosting will punish mothers, husbands, and childless women.
Maternity leave is for the purpose of helping mom recover because, last I checked, only moms give birth. The list of things they have to recover from is impressive.
Please tell me again why Cosmopolitan magazine is allowed to pretend it’s feminist when its writers insist men need benefits that only make sense to apply to women.
Under Donald Trump’s maternity leave and child-care proposal, parents are indisputably passing on the costs of their choice to have children to co-workers who don’t have children.
Donald Trump has stolen a popular idea from the Democratic playbook. Yet conservatives should think twice before rejecting this challenge to the status quo.
For the most part, I appreciate the flexibility the American approach to maternity leave affords us parents. To optimize it, you need to plan.
New research shows that new moms are more likely to benefit their babies with nursing if they delay getting back to outside-the-home work.
The women of The Federalist discuss a new book, “Meternity,” that argues women should get extended time off paid work without having to give birth first.
‘Meternity’ is an asinine attempt at squeezing extended me-time out of employers by downplaying the real work involved in mothering a new child.
Government isn’t the only entity capable of doing things. Duh?
Women would do better for themselves and their families if they were free to negotiate family leave individually, as international experience shows.
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