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…
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