As Dan Flaherty mentioned, Weekly Standard writer Jonathan V. Last wrote a book about the danger of western societies (like the United States) not having enough children.
The book just came out yesterday and I’ll have to get myself a copy. I’ll admit that I chuckled at the quote on the book’s cover by satirist P.J. O’Rourke: “A powerful argument that the only thing wo... More
Welcome to the Lunchtime Reader, where we assemble important stories to keep your eyes on.
Two major changes are coming to the British throne. The one getting the most attention is that sons and daughters of British monarchs will have an equal right to the throne. If approved, a first-born girl would now precedence over a younger brother. The other change would repeal the Act of Settlement of 1701... More
If there’s one positive to squeeze from communist China’s long-repressive, downright pernicious one-child policy, it’s this: It has prompted even radical feminists to rethink the consequences of their deadly “pro-choice” philosophy.
The policy evolved in the late 1970s and early 1980s, ironically under the Deng Xiao Ping government that was a vast improvement from the nearly 30-year reig... More
I’m a big fan of the excellent videos produced by the Population Research Institute (you can watch them all here on YouTube).
Now PRI is hosting a contest to translate their video message into t-shirt designs. Here is an example:
You can vote for your favorite design here. You can also submit your own designs and become eligible to win $300 if yours is chosen!
I can’t wait to see thes... More