The truth is that most black men will not be incarcerated, are not unemployed, and are not poor. In fact, millions of black men are flourishing in America today.
The movie doesn’t seem to be as much of an ideological crusade as it is an accurate representation of modern day gender dynamics.
The combination of declining birthrates among unmarried women and overall declining fertility in America presents a policy paradox.
The individual judgment of workers in our child protective services is often not sufficient.
While President Trump still plays to his Religious Right base, with solid judicial appointments and serious efforts on the pro-life causes, the GOP is decreasingly a bastion of the traditional family.
If we’re interested in promoting the bonds between dads and their kids, we need to tackle mass incarceration and America’s retreat from marriage.
This week on Banter, AEI Visiting Fellow Naomi Schaefer Riley joined the show to discuss the opioid epidemic’s strain on our foster care system and possible solutions to improve the lives of affected children.
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It turns out that one major correlate of infant mortality is family structure.
W. Bradford Wilcox explains that while a growing number of Americans have similar cohabiting lifestyles, this is not an ideal environment for raising children.