In 2 Charts: Why the ‘War on Poverty’ Should be Renamed the ‘War on Marriage’
Kelsey Harris, The Daily Signal
According to research by Robert Rector, an expert in welfare at the Heritage Foundation, more than 40 percent of all children born in the U.S. were born outside of marriage in 2013, and the number of single-parent families with children has skyrocketed by nearly 10 million.
With fewer young people gambling, time for a government rethink
Chrisitan Science Monitor
Despite a proliferation of casinos and lotteries, fewer Americans are playing, especially those under 30. Now is a good time to question government backing of an industry that targets youths.
Practical Wisdom from Proverbs for Applying Your Faith at Work
Grey Ayers, Institute for Faith, Work, and Economics
What does it mean to work with Christian distinctiveness for a client, alongside your co-workers, or for your boss?
To Fight Child Homelessness, Strengthen Families
Alysse ElHage, Family Studies
The link between single mothers and child homelessness is one more reason the decline of marriage should alarm us.