In case you haven’t heard, Major League Baseball is in the middle of a lockout. Later this week, the players’ union will meet with team owners to negotiate new contracts, hopefully in time for spring training. Imagine if all of this haggling over salaries and contracts and terms happened without the players being at the table? What … More Redefining ‘Parent’ is Bad for Kids
Several years ago, Cheryl Strayed solo hiked the Pacific Crest Trail from Southern California into Washington State. In her memoir, Strayed described the trek as a search for self-fulfillment after several family tragedies, including her own divorce. In 2014, Strayed’s story was made into a movie… READ MORE > > >
With the increase number of verbal attacks on parents and the all out assault (indoctrination) of our children (grandchildren in our case here at FSM) we thought this an appropriate topic to follow. Foster Mom Who Adopted 13 Children Wins Free Trip to Disney World The Post Pandemic State of Marriage and the Family Progressives … More Education in America – Various Sources – 12/02/21
In the 1987 flick starring Tom Selleck, Three Men and a Baby, a trio of bachelors share a New York apartment and they take turns bringing home one-night stands. All seems to be going according to this hedonistic plan until one of their one-night stands leaves a baby at their doorstep… SOURCE: How Dads Change with … More How Dads Change with Fatherhood
Until recently, the need to explain why fathers are necessary would have been regarded as, well, unnecessary. But that’s not the case anymore. Dennis Prager explains why this isn’t just concerning—it’s dangerous. Click here to watch.
FYI, I have not watched a game of Pro-(US) Football since the Kaepernick incident. In fact, I have pretty much given up on all pro sports since their wokeism has taken center stage. Here is a story of one young man who seems to be above the hoopla. Most people (at least those paying attention) … More Does Trevor Lawrence Have Too Much Character to be the NFL’s #1 Pick?
Seven years ago, Bloomberg Businessweek’s cover story told professional women, “Freeze Your Eggs, Free Your Career.” The story told of a woman in her late 30s, single and successful in her career, who spent $19,000 to have her eggs frozen. She planned to focus on a career now and keep open the possibility of marriage and kids … More A Victim of Bad Ideas Is Frozen out of Fertility
The COVID Baby Bust Reflects a Disturbing Cultural Reality At the start of the pandemic, many expected the lockdowns and quarantines to lead to a “baby boom.” Well, the data is in. Instead of a “boom” it’s been a “bust.” As CBS recently reported, records from more than two dozen states show a “7% drop in … More The COVID Baby Bust Reflects a Disturbing Cultural Reality
A Promise to America’s Children Thirty years ago, the idea of socially and medically experimenting on children to advance a controversial and unproven ideology was unthinkable. Today, it’s considered by some to be unquestionable. There is a full-court press to fully and finally embed transgender ideology in public life, especially with school-aged children, starting with the … More A Promise to America’s Children
See the related article from earlier this morning. Once again we can not stress enough the importance of contacting your Senators urging them to fight to defeat this dangerous legislation. The Equality Act Late last week, Democratic lawmakers in the House of Representatives introduced the Equality Act, a grave threat to religious liberty and conscience … More The (UN) Equality Act; Message from Colson Center for Christian Worldview