In post-2016 election takes, one factor has largely been overlooked: the family factor. At first glance, 2016 looks no different than previous elections, but that is not the case.
Government family policy shouldn't ignore one-third of families. Yet that's just what Hillary Clinton's child-care proposal does.
In spite of endless bad headlines, most young black men in America are doing just fine.
Research by Institute for Family Studies shows that religious attendance improves relationships.
October was a rough month for progressives, like sociologist Philip Cohen, who seek to minimize or deny the importance of family structure.