Recent Articles

The Founding of the Center for Marriage Policy

See the founding of the Center for Marriage Policy, hosted by the Concerned Women for America Missouri. Phyllis Schlafly, Janice Shaw Crouse, and Mike McManus are some of the speakers.

Marriage: The Replacement For Welfare

A necessary component of America’s forthcoming reconstruction is the replacement of welfare and national health care with marriage. Marriage is revenue-positive and builds naturally-sustainable communities. Marriage is a positive issue for voters. A very significant portion of federal and state deficit spending problems structurally arise because the ratio of married families to single-head-of-household families is precipitously low.

ACU: Marriage Intervention

Our article published by the ACU demonstrates the need for wise policies giving spouses power tools to heal the common problem of  substance abuse in the family to improve marriage rates, reduce divorce rates, decrease domestic violence, and reduce traffic fatalities.

Marriage: America’s Greatest Fiscal Issue

Marriage is America’s leading fiscal issue. Marriage is a necessary economic structural component of every successful society. A very substantial portion of spending on welfare, health care, remedial education, teen pregnancy, incarceration, personal and small business bankruptcy, and home loan foreclosures arise because of marriage-absence.

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.

Marriage and Health Care Coverage

In “Doubling the size of the welfare state“, published on World Net Daily, David R. Usher points out that health care coverage would not be a major problem if marriage were the social norm.  Marriage Values policy is required to structurally end this problem.

Saving marriage by impacting substance abuse in the family

“Marriage Intervention“, by David R. Usher and Rep. Cynthia Davis, published by the American Conservative Union, discusses tangible policy to positively impact substance abuse problems that lead to costly divorce and relationship break-up.

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.

Why the Marriage Gap Is Bad For America

In her article “Why the marriage gap is bad for America“, retired Georgia Chief Justice Leah Ward Sears discusses why marriage is a necessary institution for maintaining or restoring the American middle class.