Highlighting different examples, the authors of the report argue that marriage and family play key roles “in sustaining long-term economic growth, the viability of the welfare state, the size and quality of the workforce, and the profitability of large sectors of the modern economy.”

via Marriage, Family and Economic Growth.

 

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…because I do not have a mullet.

The solution to this travesty goes far beyond simply uttering “I do.” However, the solution does begin with a simple step of recognizing that marriage is not a man-made institution that we are free to redefine using “our own rules”-at least not without devastating consequences.

Link to article: http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2011/05/the_sad_consequences_of_shacki.html

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Put in plain, simple terms: married women are happier and better off financially.

http://www.americanthinker.com/2011/05/married_women_better_sex_more.html

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Did you say, “I do” or “I will”?

There’s a big difference.

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Specifically, the National Zoo in Washington D.C. because that is where Meredith and I first held hands and we haven’t let go since.

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Marriage and Poverty in Vermont

Marriage and Poverty in Vermont