The “fatherless family” problem goes beyond the inner cities, and it transcends race and ethnicity.
We have a nation today where 20 to 30 million children go to bed each night without a father in the home.
We have a pop culture that constantly disrespects and mocks fathers.
Try to find a popular TV show — or a Disney movie — where the father is not laughed at or depicted as a bumbling fool. It’s not easy.
Dishonoring our fathers and denying their importance to strong families has to end. If we want America to survive, we need to put fathers back in the home where they belong.
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