Posts by Julaine


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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2018 | Week of July 2 | #1262 “When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one People to dissolve the Political Bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the Powers of the Earth, the separate and equal Station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature’s God entitle them, a decent Respect to the Opinions of Mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the Separation.”...

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2018 | Week of June 25 | #1261 Recently The Family Prosperity Initiative publicly released the 2018 version of its hallmark work, The Family Prosperity Index. Wisconsin Family Council is a state partner with The Family Prosperity Initiative. This ground-breaking and game-changing project clearly shows the interrelationship of economic and social issues, in particular as they impact a state’s most important natural resource—her married...

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2018 | Week of June 18 | #1260 Yes, I know Father’s Day was this past Sunday—and I hope all you fathers had a great day! However, it’s never the wrong time to talk about the importance of fathers. God’s Ten Commandments as given to Moses in the Old Testament clearly instruct us to honor our father and mother.  Funny how today we don’t hear so much about that commandment. We hear a lot about fatherlessness and the staggering negative...

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2018 | Week of June 11 | #1259 Just how important are faith-based agencies in child welfare, especially when it comes to adoption?  We’ve had such organizations around for so long and been so blessed by them that too often we take them for granted. We shouldn’t.  Laws and court cases dealing with religious freedom could make it harder for these agencies to continue to operate. In 2004, shortly after the Massachusetts Supreme Judiciary...

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