Nicholas Kristof, who writes for the New York Times, leans left like most writes and reporters for the famed paper. In his recent piece, he points how the “blue states” actually honors the values that the “red states” are trying to push. He also defends how government programs like public education and promotion of social services (which by the way has too much power and remove your child based on confidential tips). The funny thing is it is kind of like saying do what we say, and not what we or our kind do. We tolerate certain paganism in the general public, but not in the private walls of our home. So the strict morals are practiced behind the curtain so of speak.
If Kristof is right, then you have a toxic cocktail that is ready to be served to the hands of the red state and might just leave a bad taste in your mouth. This is something that the progressive will use to justify who they are and continue to sing their siren song of fascism (government will take care of you forever). Conservatives, Federalists, and maybe critical thinking liberals (if any) understand who Giovanni Gentile is. Work hard to lock that name into your long-term memory, for it will be the truth of Gentile (not pushing your children to abstain from sex) that will win the battle for liberty and freedom.
Nine of the 10 states with the highest teen birthrates voted Republican in 2016. And nine of the 10 states with the lowest teen birthrates voted Democratic.
“Red regions of the country have higher teen pregnancy rates, more shotgun marriages and lower average ages at marriage and first birth,” Naomi Cahn and June Carbone wrote in their important 2010 book, ” Red Families v. Blue Families.”