The president must ask that Congress provide incentives to states that tackle fatherlessness. Don’t cut benefits for single mothers, but responsibly raise them for poor married couples.
We’re back to that original conflict of Season 1: What if the devil is stronger? What if he wins?
Just as bitterness over the end of slavery sparked horrendous backlash over the coming decades, the end of Roe v. Wade could quickly turn into a Pyrrhic victory.
Something is wrong when the obligations of Father’s Day are nothing more than a 30-minute phone call and shipping your dad something Amazon’s website said were ‘Dad’s Favorites.’
The main perpetuator of women as default caregivers is family law, specifically custody law in the case of divorce.
The current set of easy attacks on Rudyard Kipling miss the center of his ‘Jungle Book’ stories.
These women are more concerned about racial differences than about the fact that they intentionally paid to procure a child who has no father in her life.
Current family law does not serve families. Time and again, the research and our own experience tell us this. Yet Republican governors continue to bow to feminist radicals.
Whenever we face a shooting like the one in Charleston, South Carolina, we hear a lot about gun control, but never about a major contributing factor: Fatherless men.
Western societies are producing more and more Lost Boys, the fail-to-launch young men who carry dangerous social grudges.
No program has reversed the disincentive for marriage among the poor caused by America’s current welfare programs. Contraception won’t, either.
If school shootings can prompt eunuch activism via Twitter, can we also discuss what the shooter said about his family failure?
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