Thursday, December 27, 2012

The Missing Dads

I'm sure that this is something that many feminists actually prefer:
In every state, the portion of families where children have two parents, rather than one, has dropped significantly over the past decade. Even as the country added 160,000 families with children, the number of two-parent households decreased by 1.2 million. Fifteen million U.S. children, or 1 in 3, live without a father, and nearly 5 million live without a mother. In 1960, just 11 percent of American children lived in homes without fathers.
Maybe this explains big government's appeal to many parents. It's the closest thing to a reliable husband they have.

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