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Why You Should Always READ Papers You Cite…

Also, why anti-gay activists need to do a little more reading.

Al Franken is awesome.

 

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  1. Quest
    July 22, 2011 at 9:19 am

    Al Franken is right about families — the composition of the “parent” component is less important than that there is a solid parenting function.

    I will also give Mr. Minnery, the benefit of being a victim of one’s own view creating assumptions. In his mind, a “nuclear family” meant an opposite sex couple with children, if the study doesn’t specifically say otherwise, then he is not being dishonest, just wrong.

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