That's the question for the "Institute" for "Family" "Studies" and The "Ethics" and Public Policy "Center," regarding their new report, and the accompanying NY Times op-ed promo piece. The Times's op-ed illustrator had the good sense at least to make their Leave It to Beaver graphic tongue-in-cheek: In contrast, the report itself featured an extremely…
Continue reading ➞ What your stock photo family says about your tired, regressive ideology
In Enoch City, it's important to bear witness to the fact that the system absolutely failed those innocent children and let them be murdered by the very man they had tried to warn the police about.
The parts that made it into the show, and the parts that didn't.
When you look at what has happened since the recession in 2008, the decline in birth was pretty dramatic, but it was all among women under age 35.
Amazon continued its assault on real people named Alexa in 2021, degraded the cultural value of the name through association with its robot servant product. The trend in girls given the name Alexa is very dramatic: I've been writing about the Alexa trend since 2018. You can see the previous posts here. I would also…
Continue reading ➞ Names further down the drain in 2021: Alexa, Karen, and Mary
Conservatives get one thing right: Abortion rights are a fundamental, clash-of-civilization-level battle. What is at stake, in the overturning of Roe v. Wade, is a woman’s autonomy over her own body, yes, but with it the foundation of modern family life.
Two year follow-up to a post on path dependence.
Two countries with legal same-sex marriage have never gone to war. So?
If one-half of the 2.2 million refugees are children, that's 1.1 million, which is 13% of the Ukraine's children. This is two weeks in, with no end in sight.
They gave ivermectin to thousands of people outside of a controlled experiment. Was that unethical and bad medicine given the state of knowledge in late 2020? Yes.