Of these two, which headline about the same “study” do you guess was seen by more people?:
BarbWire is posting an excerpt from #2, which is an article by Mark Regnerus published at the Public Discourse website. But the liberal press went gaga over this junk science news item and headlines like #1 were a lot easier to find. BarbWire contributor Bill Muehlenberg, who lives in Australia, also addresses this controversy on BarbWire today.
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If too many Americans remain low information voters it’s not for a lack of good information — the problem is one or reach. Those of us who know how the political left and the liberal media lie must continue to reach more of our fellow citizens with the truth. We must fight harder in the information war.
On this topic of same-sex parenting, by the way, on the web page where the #2 article is posted are found these important articles — they’re all well worth your time and need wide dissemination:
Mark Regnerus and the Storm over the New Family Structures Study
By Matthew J. Franck
The Vindication of Mark Regnerus
By Matthew J. Franck
A Married Mom and Dad Really Do Matter: New Evidence from Canada
By Mark Regnerus
Here are two more articles at the Public Discourse website written by BarbWire contributor Robert Oscar Lopez:
Same-Sex Parenting: Child Abuse?
Single-parenting and divorce have always been understood as a breakdown of the married mom and dad ideal, but the demand to view same-sex parenting as “normal” imposes a silence on children about the wound caused by the loss of one parent or the other.
Growing Up With Two Moms: The Untold Children’s View
The children of same-sex couples have a tough road ahead of them—I know, because I have been there. The last thing we should do is make them feel guilty if the strain gets to them and they feel strange.
It’s the same on every single issue — conservatives have plenty of ammo — they need only use it more effectively.
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