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Why strong fathers are essential, and kids suffer without them

Posted by in Family, Fathers Day

According to the Center for Disease Control, 85 percent of all children who show behavior disorders come from fatherless homes, 20 times the national average.


What really empowers a woman?

Posted by in Christian Teachings, Family, Mothers

God has endowed me with the privilege of having four amazing, bright, loving–and a little rebellious–people in my life who call me “Mom.”


The Benefits of Danger Play

Posted by in Childhood Development, Parenting

the urge to play dangerously is intrinsic to normal male development, and when boys are shamed for these impulses, they feel that they, themselves, are being rejected.


Debunking Feminist Myths about Domestic Violence

Posted by in Family, Fathers, marriage

Imperfect as men and women may be, they need one another, and without them, the next generation will not be.


Why We Love Our Dads

Posted by in Family, Fathers

You grew up in San Antonio, half Mexican-American and half Irish American, requiring that you live in a neighborhood segregated for “half-breeds,” because people thought so much differently in those days.


European Countries Advance the Right to Kill Your Kids

Posted by in Assisted Suicide, Civil Rights, Right to Die

Nevertheless, assisted suicide in Europe is being more commonly applied to those with mental illness such as depression, and relatively benign conditions such as persistent fatigue.


Thankful For the Warriors Who Do

Posted by in Afghanistan War, Patriotism, Thanksgiving

I’ve never been a prisoner to need or to dictators. But “The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots and tyrants.” This year I bow my head in prayer that I might have the strength and wisdom to fight the hard battles here at home that Americans may still have a Republic worth fighting for on the field of combat.


Halloween: Two Sides of the Masque

Posted by in Children, Culture, Holidays

Halloween being widely accepted as an appropriate party-time for teens and adults of all ages, summons untoward tendencies for vandalism, theft, and public drunkenness in some who use revelry and anonymity as cloaks for their crimes.


DEGENERATION

Posted by in Culture, Family, Morality

Half the people in the country voted a man into the office of the Presidency for a second term who is the most unqualified, do-nothing individual to ever hold the office.


America’s Mothers Fight Back

Posted by in 2012 Elections, Family, Women's Interests
Women in America

The American mother is not simply a guardian of the nest, but the guardian of liberty as well. Motherhood is not just nurturing the future generation, but preserving the future into which that generation will walk.


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