Archive for Category: "Poverty"

Balancing the budget with supply-side socioeconomics

Imagine what shape business would be in without supply-side economics.  We build business by keeping taxes and government interference minimal.   Supply-side socioeconomics is the parallel principle that will balance budgets by rebuilding marriage and the middle-class.

Poverty is caused by marriage-absence

Marriage-absence is the primary predictor of poverty. The 1996 welfare reforms were not a success. Cohabitation, illegitimacy, and demand social spending grew greatly since 1996. We must finish welfare reform to rebuild marriage and re-establish the proven pathway to upward mobility for most lower-income Americans.

Center for Marriage Policy: The Costs of Marriage-Absence

A short list of the costs of Marriage Absence by the Center for Marriage Policy

Marriage-Absence: America’s Greatest Problem

In his article “Marriage-absence: America’s greatest problem“, CFMP President David R. Usher discusses why marriage-absence is America’s greatest economic and social problem, and why “Marriage Values” policy will pull America out of deficit spending.

Reducing widespread black poverty

In its paper “Marriage: A social justice issue“, The Acton Institute proves that lifting black communities out of poverty and social bedlam rests definitively on restoring marriage as the social norm.