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Which profession is better, law or medicine? Part 1 of 2

THOMAS JEFFERSON LEADERSHIP I am sensible of the mark of esteem manifested by the name you have given to your son … you doubt between...

Transgenderism Is Bad For Kids

BY PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY The American College of Pediatricians released a timely statement which says that pushing transgenderism on young people is hazardous to their mental...

Thomas Jefferson Leadership

I am well. I need to know you are well! my health being always so firm as to leave you without doubt on that subject,...

The Result of Coddling Young People

BY PHYLLIS SCHLAFLY For nearly a generation, American parents have been infantilizing their children, shielding them from failure, and passing the blame to anyone but...

Home Education Inspires a Love of Learning

LAWRENCE W. REED, THE FREEMAN The hero in this story is not any one person but rather nearly two million Americans — moms and dads...

Great Expectations?

GARY L. WELTON, CENTER FOR VISION & VALUES “If your children are no better than you are, you have fathered them in vain, indeed you...

What’s Happening on College Campuses?

BY PHYLISS SCHLAFLY Who would have thought, only a few years ago, that our basic First Amendment right of free speech would be under attack...

Planned Parenthood Wants No Pro-Life Candidates

BY PHYLISS SCHLAFLY The president of Planned Parenthood recently said that she wants to “make it completely unacceptable” for pro-life candidates to run for office....

Which Is the Most Important

A WAY OF LIFE, L. TOM PERRY Many years ago at stake conferences, we would show a film clip to illustrate the theme of the...

The Vital Role of a Mother

CALLED UNTO LIBERTY, 21ST CENTURY SERMONS: GORDON B. HINCKLEY 2000 “Women who make a house a home make a far greater contribution to society than those...

Coloring Books and Crayons

BY T.F. STERN When I was growing up, not that I plan to complete the task; how about I change that to read, when I...

John Locke on Parents Poisoning the Fountain

Daily Dabble in the Classics, John Locke, 1692 The fondling must be taught to strike, and call names; must have what he cries for, and...

Parental knowledge: Where are my blind spots?

DR. GARY L. WELTON, CENTER FOR VISION & VALUES The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) frequently airs public-service announcements suggesting that parents should be...

It’s All About Me

MARI ANDERSON & MARCY COOPER, UNITED FAMILIES INTERNATIONAL “I found out I was pregnant on my 21st birthday. It was not planned and, in fact,...

The Dividends of $elf-Control—Gary L. Welton

GARY L. WELTON, CENTER FOR VISION & VALUES As Christmas approaches, Americans are once again spending a lot of money. With that in mind, here...

“Gender-neutral” Childrearing: When a Sexual Hang-up Leads to Child Abuse

BY SELWYN DUKE First there was “Pop” in Sweden, then “Storm” in Canada. Now out of Britain comes Sasha, a boy, we hear, who is...

Parenting: The Toughest Job On Earth

by Mortimer J. Adler, Ph.D. Bringing up children, which is the task we have come to call parenting, puts burdens upon us and raises problems...

Parenting, Civilization, and God

By Jack Kerwick From Michel Montaigne and Blaise Pascal to David Hume and Edmund Burke, some of Western civilization’s most insightful philosophers have...

Interview with Marv Marshall: Parenting Without Stress

Motivation is greater when it comes from within rather than through external command. Superior teachers plan on ways to empower others rather than overpower them

Do Your Duty and Patiently Wait On God

Robert D. Hales reminds, "Sometimes we are too quick to judge the effect of our efforts, but God works in the long term. Quoting the prophet Joseph: "There is much which lieth in futurity. Therefore, let us cheerfully do all things that lie in our power; and then may we stand still, with the utmost assurance, to see the salvation of God, and for his arm to be revealed."

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