Family planning policies over the last 50 years have had significant positive effects on children’s well-being, according to a new paper presented at the Spring 2013 Conference on the Brookings Papers on Economic Activity (BPEA).
More important, is secular society so divided from religion that a secular person can’t pass as Christian?
People saw unspeakable things happening, and instead of putting on their superhero costumes and running to the rescue they … hesitated. They hoped it would stop. They walked away, and then thought better of that and called their bosses. And you know you would have done better, right?
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