Maybe Brad Wilcox didn't want you to follow the links. Here's why.
Generations of applying the "three somethings" formula to a basic idea: the problem with poor people is that they’re doing life wrong.
Economically, the next marriage they (say they will) get from "marriage promotion" won't be as good as the average real marriage.
We count this as evidence on the side of "structure" over "culture" in the debates over the decline in marriage.
The trend is not good, but at least I can tell you the secret to marital happiness.
Is this a success story of working paper culture gone right -- driving attention to good work faster, and then also drawing the benefits of peer review through the traditional publication process?
Brad Wilcox concludes we need marriage promotion to improve school outcomes. Surprise.
Black married parents are 2.4-times more likely to be in poverty, are 2.1-times more likely to be unemployed, and have one-ninth the median net worth compared with White married parents.
I don't favor using delayed parenthood as an approach to poverty reduction. Here's some of the reasons why.
My question for Marco Rubio is, what are you going to do about this gay marriage you are still so against? In his closing statement at last night's debate, Marco Rubio said, Our culture's in trouble. Wrong is now considered right, and right is considered wrong. All the things that once held our families together are…