Hadley Heath Manning discusses the current partisan agendas including paid parental leave , Medicare for all, and the opioid epidemic.
I’d like nothing more than for a Donald Trump presidency to usher in a new age of reduced government involvement in family life.
Motherhood makes you tough, efficient, patient, and creative. Those aren’t just helpful parenting skills—they’re extremely useful in the workplace.
Our nostalgia for the 1950s blinds us to the reality that the stay-at-home mom was always a historical anomaly. As the economy declines, so may this option. What can families do then?
Federal funding for preschool is a 1950s answer to 2016’s needs. That means it will create more problems than it solves.
More than half of U.S. children, from a very early age, spend most of their waking hours separated from their parents. That’s not helicopter parenting.
Most women don’t want to be the family breadwinner, but new research finds they’re happy with just about any arrangement if they’re married.
Polls find half of parents can’t wait for summer vacation to be over by now. You don’t have to feel that way.
Most parents prefer to care for their own children or informal childcare arrangements with family and friends. Government shouldn’t make any childcare choices more difficult or expensive.
Mr. President, I don’t give a damn about national economic priorities for other people. I am concerned with my family’s priorities for our children.
We in the West can learn from those in the East regarding the village support system families need to truly thrive.
Don’t pretend you know the right answer to the many hard choices women must make, Mr. President.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence breaks with the GOP’s tendency to support more government meddling with small children. It’s a small, but significant, decision.
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