What About Kids?

February 4, 2009 | NeW Staff

During a time when we all turn our eyes on the President to see how he will
handle the economic recession or the war on terror, we are constantly
consumed with how we will fare. But how often do we consider the
effects on an increasingly liberal social agenda on the nation’s
children? In a recent Townhall column,
Alan Sears discussed the
negative implications for children that will result because of policy
actions, policy agendas, and court decisions.   We must not
only be concerned with how  the nation will handle the economic
crisis but with what kind of environment our children will grow up in.

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