Good news on the cultural front is rare in 2020s America, so we should gleefully celebrate recent updates from the Census Bureau about the resurgence of two-parent families raising children. A half-century ago, nearly 90 percent of American children lived with both married parents, but that number cratered from the 1960s onward. The number of children living with a divorced or never-married single parent tripled from only nine percent in 1960 to 28 percent in 2005. But, suddenly the tide turns. For the first time since the 1980s, over 70 percent of American kids live with both married parents again.
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The Madison-St.Clair Record published some of the most damning words about Joe Biden and his “phony” and “folksy” stories over a year ago. The words ring especially true given Biden’s attempt to shift the subject from China to the “family table” during his debate with President Trump last week. Writing in October 2019, the editorial board said: After nearly 50 years in elective office, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has accumulated a large collection of folksy (and phony) personal narratives that he rehashes whenever he feels the need to remind voters what an unpretentious, regular guy he is. A favorite
Father-absent homes produce children twice as likely to drop out of high school, twice as likely to suffer from obesity, four times more likely to experience poverty, and seven-times more likely to become pregnant as teenagers.
Abolish the family, free all prisoners, and take vacant properties without permission is the preferred response to the coronavirus according to openDemocracy – a media organization funded by billionaire social justice financier George Soros. The group published an article last week, the main thrust of which asserts: “In short, the pandemic is no time to forget about family abolition.” Author and radical marxist Sophie Lewis further states: “We deserve better than the family. And the time of corona is an excellent time to practice abolishing it.” Staying home with family to practice social distancing in an effort to stop the spread