School Lunches, Adoption, World of Warcraft, Little White Churches

Little known fact: The earthquake Tuesday coincided with the launch of National Review Online’s new blog, The Home Front. Join Nancy French, Julie Gunlock, and more in an ongoing discussion of family life and policy. Do not miss Brad Wilcox discussing  the latest “Why Marriage Matters” study, which found the number of children living in cohabitating households on the rise. 

Kathryn Jean Lopez — Kathryn Jean Lopez is a senior fellow at the National Review Institute and an editor-at-large of National Review. Sign up for her weekly NRI newsletter here. This column is based on one available through Andrews McMeel Universal’s Newspaper Enterprise Association.

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