Family
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May 24th, 2024
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Recent data suggest that although 83% of young adults are hoping to get married eventually, 73% also report that getting married is too expensive.
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May 23rd, 2024
New York’s attorney general is suing pregnancy-resource centers for making women aware that it’s possible to reverse chemical abortions.  
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May 20th, 2024
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April 30th, 2024
Book Cover - Family Unfriendly
‘Family Unfriendly’ documents all the ways our laws and culture are discouraging family formation — but the problem may be much deeper.
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April 30th, 2024
Kevin Dolan - Natal Conference
Elon Musk shared these comments from Kevin Dolan from the 2023 Natal Conference about the predicted global population bottleneck if birth rates continue dropping.
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April 26th, 2024
Pregnant nurse and her family take walk
The total fertility rate dropped to 1.62 births per woman last year, well below replacement level.
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April 23rd, 2024
graphic - Decline in birthrates and world population
Once renowned for its high birthrates, Asia is leading the march into the frigid wasteland of demographic winter.
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April 9th, 2024
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A major real estate company released a survey on Friday which found that renters and homeowners are significantly reducing their quality of life to afford housing under President Joe Biden.
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March 28th, 2024
Open House sign in front of house
What if you come home and find strangers living in your house? I assumed you order the squatters out, and if they resist, call the police, and they will kick them out.
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March 14th, 2024
teens on their devices at the mall, park, and bedroom
By: Jonathan Haidt – theatlantic.com – March 13, 2024 The environment in which kids grow up today is hostile to human development. Something went suddenly and horribly wrong for adolescents in the early 2010s. By now you’ve likely seen the statistics: Rates of depression and anxiety in the United States—fairly stable in the 2000s—rose by more than 50 percent in many studies...
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