1. For the past week, I've been posting over at Alexandria as a contributor. Here are my three posts under my profile there, mostly on the issue of fatherless and marriage decline.
2. All the children are out of school, we've taken a hike at Benson's Park and with to Chelmsford's Parlee Farm, which is not associated with Tyngsboro's. Why, because I just want to pick strawberries. I didn't want to deal with buying their donuts or feeding goats, yes they've grown but it's too much.
Even if you increase output per person, but decrease the number of persons, you are likely to have stagnant or even shrinking output. Don’t believe me, ask Japan. The world can, and does, have fertility recessions.
By contrast, fathers who are married to the mother of their children are much more likely to enjoy the day-in-day-out relationships with their children that enable them to give their kids the attention, discipline, and affection they need to thrive.
A Tennessee community college professor ordered her students to wear ribbons supporting gay rights and said those who believed in the traditional definition of marriage are just “uneducated bigots” who “attack homosexuals with hate,” according to a legal firm representing several of the students in the class.
Students in a general psychology class at Columbia State Community College were directed by their professor to wear “Rainbow Coalition” ribbons for an entire day and express their support for the homosexual community, said Travis Barham, an attorney with the Alliance Defending Freedom.It turns out the professor was also head of the psych program, so it wasn't like the students had anyone to above her to complain about the incident.
6. In response I would have written a psyche paper on the effects of fatherless on women for the professor, I bet she would of given me a grade of a "C".Intimate relationships of adult women who were abandoned by their fathers: A phenomenological investigation
“Sanders and Mayeda (2008) acknowledged the impact of fatherlessness on women is often most damaging when the absence is due to abandonment or divorce. Although death is one manner in which a father can be absent from the home, death as a form of absence has less of a negative impact on a women‟ internalizations of self abuse and self esteem (Barras, 2000). When a father dies, women are often able to deal with this form of absence without blaming themselves. Sanders and Mayeda indicated when fathers are absent from the home due to divorce or abandonment, women are more likely to see the loss as something that is wrong with them. ”
7. Underwater of ancient Alexandria