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Should The Government Tell You How To Discipline Your Child?

Currently, there’s a major debate on whether the government should make it a crime for parents to spank their child. Thus far, over 88 countries — including the United States — have prohibited spanking in either the home, schools or both. If you are wondering whether it is necessary for the government to determine whether you should have the right ...

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The Upcoming Midterm Elections Are Critical For Our Future

This year’s midterms are a battle for the majority in the House and Senate, and it’s far from pretty. Everything from the outcome of President Trump’s second term to the possible redistricting in 2020 will all depend on which party gains control of Congress during the upcoming midterm elections. This election has gone beyond a race between individuals and is ...

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How Far Are You Willing To Go To Protect Your Child’s Honor?

Sil Mazzini threw a birthday party for her 6-year-old son, only to have none of the invitees show up. She was devastated by the no-shows and embarrassed for her son. The disdain that Mazzini felt burned within her being so fiercely she took a photo of her son sitting in front of 28 plates of deserted pizza and posted it ...

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Censoring Potentially Offensive Halloween Costumes

It’s that time of year again where young children dress as their favorite character, goblin or ghoul. Although parents have the final word on what their child chooses to wear while out trick-or-treating, it’s typically the child that leans toward the actual outfit. However, what happens when the outfit worn by a child is highly offensive to other parents or ...

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How Social Media Has Helped Destroy Accountability In Our Kids

I have a love-hate relationship with social media. On the one hand, it has played a pivotal role in sky-rocketing my career both as a freelance writer and an e-commerce marketer. When I say I couldn’t live without social media – that’s not hyperbole or exaggeration. Social media is what helps me put food on the table and clothes on ...

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Teaching Your Child Emotional Responsibility

As human beings, we make choices on a regular basis. From the second we wake up in the morning ‘til the moment our heads hit the pillow at night, the unfolding of our day directly reflects the choices we make. Pantsuit or shorts? Interstate or backroad? Gym or couch? Red wine or white wine? Vegetables or pizza? All of these ...

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Do The Care Bears Promote Occult Religion?

They are cute, cuddly, colorful, and live in a place called the Kingdom of Caring. They sport names such as “Rainbow Heart Bear,” “Funshine Bear,” and “Tenderheart Bear.” They supposedly teach kids lessons about sharing and caring. What could be more innocent? However, many believe that there is a far more insidious message behind the Care Bears — one that ...

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How Kavanaugh’s Nomination Can Help Us Become Better Parents

Over the weekend, Brett Kavanaugh was sworn in as an associate justice of the United States Supreme Court. My feelings regarding his nomination were conflicting and juxtaposing. As a conservative, I feel reassured knowing that the inherent values I and my peers deem important regarding this country’s social, political, and economic issues will be viewed under a careful and rational ...

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The Guilt Of Being A Working Mother

Ali Wong, the mother-comedian-entertainer extraordinaire, once said (and I’m paraphrasing), “My husband and I work REALLY hard to pay someone else to raise our children for us.” Now, if you’re a parent – particularly if you’re in a partnership in which both spouses work – this comment is every bit as hysterical as it is bitingly accurate. That’s because any ...

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