Restore Traditional Marriage

U.S. Census Bureau Compares America circa 1940 to 2010

April 3, 2012

Check out this cool infographic from the U.S. Census Bureau which compares America circa 1940 to 2010. Why 1940? The 1940 Census was just released in its entirety which means you can can see now see all the original data without privacy concerns. All private information from the decennial census are sealed for 72 years–so private data […]

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Cornerstone is Disappointed in Failure to Restore Traditional Marriage

March 21, 2012

HB 437 was an honest, honorable attempt to recognize one man/one woman marriage as a necessary relationship in society.  Proponents of genderless marriage point to polls, but today they rejected an attempt to get the only poll that counts: a question on November’s ballot so that all voters can decide. Ultimately, it will be our […]

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Traditional Marriage, Demographic Winter and Economic Growth . . . Oh, My!

January 23, 2012

photo credit: kenteegardin Ever since our Foster’s Editorial Board meeting for restoring traditional marriage was published, the premise that the decline in the institution of marriage has had an economic price has been called into question. Yet, we are hardly the only ones making such an obvious connection. David P. Goldman, a.k.a., “Spengler,” made the […]

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Catholic Bishop Libasci Issues Statement in Support of Restoring Traditional Marriage

December 30, 2011

Today, Catholic Bishop Libasci, in a statement titled “On the Occassion of the Feast of the Holy Family for Family and Marriage,” advocates for the restoration of traditional marriage in New Hampshire: Plea to Strengthen Marriage and Family “Jesus, Mary, and Joseph,” I do now add to this prayer: help us to rediscover and strengthen […]

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