Releasing an addendum to The Family now that the law is all different.
Movements use good news for legitimacy, and bad news for urgency.
His bad research was part of a covertly-organized political effort, and he lied about it to cover that up.
In the absence of providing the support necessary for poor families to rise to a level of subsistence and security adequate to establish a basic command over their own futures, intervention on the marriage front is deeply patronizing and morally offensive.
Do we have a way of identifying these so-bad-they're-basically-bogus journals that is meaningful to the various audiences they are reaching?
Looking at the evidence so far I think it's fair to call these journals bogus. However, I wouldn't argue too much if you wanted instead to say they are merely of the very lowest quality.
The writing judges do when they're defending fundamental rights is surely their most compelling.
Eventually, I am pretty sure people will become disciplined by the new bureaucratic reality, and identities will calcify around checkboxes.
On the family right, some run, some hide, and some double down against marriage equality.
Not much left for team no-rights to go on.