It takes great personal fortitude for a young person to turn away from the temptations of promiscuity and to take on the responsibility and commitment of marriage and family.
We have arrived to a sad state of affairs where many falsehoods have been widely peddled in society at large and ultimately accepted as truths.
I hear from many that what is wrong is the loss of core Christian principles that once held our families together and gave meaning to young people as they started and built their lives.
According to the alt-left, peacefully preaching Christian gospel is an act of hate because part of this gospel chastises homosexual behavior as sinful.
Education based on the premise of the uncompromising pursuit of truth will produce humility, mutual respect, ideals, excellence and diversity.
Behavior increasing the likelihood of poverty does have consequences on others.
Despite the overwhelming evidence correlating traditional family life with personal health and prosperity, Americans are increasingly casting aside this vital social institution.
The nation is becoming increasingly polarized on the very fundamental question regarding the extent to which individuals have control over their own life.