Posts by Julaine


2018 | Week of July 30 | #1266 Slippery slopes. For all the 20-plus years I’ve been doing this work, I’ve warned about them.  Many times in response I’m told even by well-intentioned people, I’m just fear-mongering when I warn people that some law or some cultural acceptance is a slippery slope that will take us farther and faster than we’ve ever imagined.  I’m saying it again, however. Slippery slopes are real. They should be avoided...

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2018 | Week of July 23 | #1265 Family structure matters. It really matters. Family structure matters to children. It matters to adults. It matters to churches. It matters to communities, states and even nations. We’ve been saying that at Wisconsin Family Council for decades.  We’re glad some others in Wisconsin are finally picking up on this bedrock truth.  It’s too bad it has taken the tragedy of the opioid crisis to do it. I don’t...

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2018 | Week of July 16 | #1264 For years one of the secular humanists’, aka liberal progressives’ lies has been that we have a population problem—to be more specific, they assert we have an overpopulation problem. Surely you’ve heard that if we don’t start having fewer children, we will run out of food and water and destroy the environment completely. Over the years many have bought this mantra, not just in the United States, but...

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2018 | Week of July 9, 2018 | #1240 (Re-airing episode #1240 program from Week of January 29, 2018) Ever heard the term “social construct”? I suspect lots of people hear the term but aren’t really sure what it means. The first time I ran into it overtly was in a public forum several years ago. I had been asked to be on a panel to talk about adoption and in particular adoption by same-sex couples. I was the only panelist, of course,...

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