Rights vs. Responsibilities (28 KB)
In our pursuit for individual human ‘rights’, we ignore moral and economic consequences and responsibility to home, family and community are abandoned.
Marriage–Straight–Crooked–or Queer? Return to the 50’s–Why Not? (56 KB)
The primary nature of marriage is that of covenant; a solemn vow of commitment between a man and a woman; a binding - and public announcement- not a mere contract.
Sexual Revolution (29 KB)
The Frankfurt School, a communist think tank at the University of Frankfurt, Germany, was founded in 1923. Many of its members fled Germany in 1933, by emigrating to the US. They took their ideology with them and promptly proceeded to turn it into reality in the US. The process of the cultural subversion of the US is still ongoing and now almost complete.
A New Approach to the Family Law System (61 KB)
"Four decades of social science data overwhelmingly demonstrate that a committed marriage between a man and a woman provides benefits to the couple, to children, and to society at large; unmatched by any other relationship. Heterosexual marriage deserves to be confirmed, encouraged and affirmed, as unique." Stable marriage upholds for couples, their children and society as a whole an impressive number of positive outcomes. Varying forms of co-habitation have rarely ever been shown to be the functional equivalent to ‘natural’ [or traditional] marriage.
Population Control (174 KB)
Two excessive but opposing views address the global population theme. These we could title as the optimistic and pessimistic extremes.
A minority optimistic ideal that insists that world population should be able to grow without restraint, even to as many as 50 billion people provided humanity is able to agree to lifting barriers to food production and its distribution.
The dominant, and controlling view, is that limits must be imposed on population growth. This is the view held by the powerful and wealthy elite of this world convinced that the world population must be restricted at all or any cost.
This review attempts to examine the evidences for global overpopulation and to critically appraise the aggressive methods used to implement population control.