The fatherhood factor

Family | The worst systemic injustice in America is one the left ignores
by Tim Lamer
Posted 10/28/20, 03:09 pm

As a doctor, Theodore Dalrymple worked for 15 years among the poor in a hospital and prison in a major city. Writing about the experience, Dalrymple noted the routine violence in the lives of his patients, “the fluidity of relations between the sexes,” and “the devastating effect of prevalent criminality” in the community. 

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Fostering changes

Adoption | Trump administration efforts are starting to mend a foster care system that has been in crisis for years
by J.C. Derrick
Posted 8/25/20, 09:35 pm

Trent Taylor’s earliest childhood memories involve trauma. His biological mother left him crying in a swing for hours. His parents regularly allowed an uncle to babysit, even after they knew he was sexually abusing Trent and his siblings. 

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Facebook/Kent County, Michigan

Kindergarteners learn A is for adoption

by Rachel Lynn Aldrich
Posted 12/06/19, 12:34 pm

Thursday was adoption day at the county courthouse in Grand Rapids, Mich., and one boy brought his kindergarten teacher and classmates with him to the hearing to witness the occasion. Michael Orlando Clark Jr. was one of 37 children adopted that day, according to Kent County’s Facebook page.

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