May 15, 2007, - 12:01 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
2001 federal data–the most current available–shows that 37% of all births in the United States are to unmarried women, with 19% of the women in cohabiting relationships and 18% outside a union.
The figures–reported in the May 2007 “Child Trends” analysis of the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study–certainly do not bode well. The percentage of births to unmarried, cohabiting couples is at an all-time high.
Well, it looks like Oprah is succeeding. The most influential woman in America (and, likely, the world) stated on her show several times that she opposes marriage: “We’ve evolved into a different species.” Not sure what species that is, but the last time I checked, we were still homosapiens. But, hey, my science ain’t got nothin’ on that of Gail King’s Husband.
She’s said of the decline of marriage in America: “I call that evolvement.” Actually, ain’t no such word, girlfriend. The word is evolution. And we are devolving, not evolving–thanks in no small part to the “values” spread by the poisonous HOprah.
It’s NOT a good thing to have more than 1/3 of America’s children born out of wedlock. And that was in 2001. Imagine where we are really at, now six years later. And how much of that is courtesy of illegal aliens and Muslims with multiple “wives” who live in our midst? A lot more than you think.
Tags: America, Debbie Schlussel, Gail King, United States