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Top 10 Most Likely Revelations About Obama From Donald Trump’s Secret Papers

A list of the top 10 most likely secrets about Barack Obama to be revealed by Donald Trump on Wednesday, October 24. [...]

Update: After Gay Marriage, Massachusetts Divorce Rate Continues to Drop

Last week, I pointed out that according to the CDC’s National Center for Health Statistics, the divorce rate in Massachusetts has dropped since the legalization of same-sex marriage in the spring of 2004:

Since then, I’ve found that preliminary divorce data and population data for 2008 have now been released state by state. They [...]

After Legalized Same-Sex Marriages, Massachusetts Divorce Rate Drops

One of the arguments often articulated against same-sex marriage is that it will somehow ruin everybody else’s marriages. Discriminating against gay and lesbian people is called the “Defense of Marriage,” a “Stand for Marriage,” the fight to “Protect Marriage.” The idea is that somehow or other, gay and lesbian people getting married will just wreck [...]

Prevalence of Christianity Doesn’t Dent Divorce

The claim by right wing Christians that their religion holds all the secrets to successful marriage isn’t supported by the facts. So, when we’re discussing marriage policy, why don’t we leave religious opinions out of the matter, and base our deliberations on what actually works? [...]

Prevalence of Christianity Doesn't Dent Divorce

The claim by right wing Christians that their religion holds all the secrets to successful marriage isn’t supported by the facts. So, when we’re discussing marriage policy, why don’t we leave religious opinions out of the matter, and base our deliberations on what actually works? [...]

Same Sex Marriage States Have Had Fewer Divorces

The five states that have legalized same sex marriage are: Iowa, Vermont, Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Maine. They have a divorce rate that is almost 20 percent lower than the rest of the states for which the latest divorce statistics are available. [...]