To use children and parenting as highways to self-serving pleasure is to make light of social foundations we can’t afford to lose.
This was my actual experience attempting to opt out of the monthly welfare payments that have the potential to wreak havoc with our family’s year-end tax bill.
Although the Loudoun Now story was an attempt at pro-trans propaganda, it inadvertently let the truth out, in four key ways.
It is time for America’s moms to speak out and remind everyone of the joys of motherhood, even—or especially—in tough times.
No matter what things are out there waiting for us to go bump in the night, we can defeat them.
‘There is nothing that can derail a career faster than the responsibilities of motherhood,’ writes law career counselor Susan Smith Blakely. She’s right, but moms who downshift are prioritizing the right thing.
Parents don’t need government to make family more compatible with full-time jobs. If anything, they need jobs to be more compatible with full-time parenting.
Introducing a loving, playful family of blue heeler dogs, animated series ‘Bluey’ has become a runaway global hit as it brings uncommon heart and creativity to children’s TV.
Single-parent households, whether through divorce or births out of wedlock, are hurting the working class much more than the wealthy people who write essays for the New York Times.
With permission, I share a mother’s terrifying experience. Her story illustrates how quickly and easily a ten-year-old girl can be groomed into a cross-sex identity.
Two consenting adults in the bedroom is an ‘LGBT issue.’ Parents pimping out their children for entertainment and political points is a disgusting league all its own.
Kory Yeshua is fighting for a world where his 6-year-old daughter Royalty is judged by the content of her character, not the color of her skin.
Perhaps worse than trite politicization of classic tunes is failing to pass on the wealth of a child’s musical heritage. Here are some ways to start offering that audible feast to your child.
As American adults breathe free without that little sting behind the ears, our children remain needlessly constrained by symbolic fabric face coverings.
It is an existential crisis for a nation if its women do not want to have children, or if they do not want to raise any children they do have. Child subsidies can’t solve selfishness.
Lots of parents today wonder how they’ve graduated children they don’t know and who don’t have their values. Don’t be them.
Ultimately, it’s parents — not the government — who should determine how their children are raised and who does the raising.
Carrie Gress and Noelle Mering of The Theology of Home believe their capacity as women to impact the culture and society starts in the home.
While there’s always work to be done, by essentially every measurement, the condition of humanity is strong and our future is brighter than ever.
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