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You can really do a lot with the common public misperception that divorce is always going up.
The only argument he makes is to underline the word "not." So do you trust him?
You could split hairs, but why?
How a Brad Wilcox tweet taught me nothing at all, but inspired me to write this post.
Eight pretty happy men in the General Social Survey changed the course of history.
Economically, the next marriage they (say they will) get from "marriage promotion" won't be as good as the average real marriage.
By age 24, 19.9% of non-college graduates have been married, compared with 12.9% of college graduates.
Brad Wilcox concludes we need marriage promotion to improve school outcomes. Surprise.
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…