It is curious that today’s post-moderns do not realize how their affinity for reality TV’s survivor shows mirrors their own values and outlook on life. They watch with fascination the ruthless winners who have little use for the values of loyalty, fidelity, and honor.
The Guttmacher Institute, formerly affiliated with Planned Parenthood, has just released a long research study, “Secondary Measures of Access to Abortion Services in the United States, 2011 and 2012: Gestational Age Limits, Cost, and Harassment,” published in the journal, Women’s Health Issues. Read More
Award-winning journalist Paul Raeburn notes in his new book, “Do Fathers Matter? What Science is Telling Us About the Parent We’ve Overlooked,” that we acknowledge a father’s “authority and economic stability” in children’s home lives, but we don’t always take into account all the many other ways that dads contribute Read More
On May 8, a group of pro-family activists and scholars met with representatives from the Google AdWords Team. The Google team knew that for a couple of years they had been on the PornHarms “Dirty Dozen” list of corporations for enabling the distribution of pornography and the growth of the pornography industry. Read More
Feel-good tweets won’t save the day in Sudan either.
Social media is buzzing; demonstrations are being held across the U.S.; petitions abound, and outrage is growing toward the government of Sudan because of the death penalty against Dr. Mariam Yahya Ibrahim Ishag Read More
Raising children is hard work — rewarding, but oftentimes exhausting. It can stretch to the limit the combined emotional and economic resources of both mother and father. Yet the tabloids continue to hawk pictures of glamorous celebrities’ baby bumps, the majority of whom are not married to the father of the child they carry.
Those who question whether supplying young women with free contraceptives and government-subsidized abortions should be a function of the federal government — right along with providing for the national defense and regulating commerce — are attacked by the left Read More