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Some products of that cracker parenting they seem to think is so grand:

Charles Manson
Hitler
The Unibomber
Kurt Cobain (famous singer committed suicide)
Courtney Love (cobains drugged up wife)
Ted Bundy
John Wayne Gacy
Dylann Roof (Assassin and mass murderer in Charleston)
Adam Lanza (murdered little kids in school)
Jeffrey Dahmer (murdered and ate people)
Ronald Reagan
George Bush
Rick Scott (Florida's criminal governor)
Scott Walker (Wisconsin's stupid governor)
Eileen Wurnos (female serial killer)
Dennis Rader (BIT killer, married churchgoer)
Mark David Chapman (John Lennons killer)
James Holmes (batman/movie theater killer)
Eric Harris (Columbine school shooter)
Dylan Klebold (Columbine school shooter)
Luke Woodham (Pearl Mississippi school shooter)
Kip Kinkel (Springfield OR school shooter)
Roman Polanski (famous director/child rapist)
Anna Nicole Smith (drugged up plus size starlet)
Elvis Presley (drugged up child marrying musician)
Jerry Lee Lewis (boozed up child/cousin marrying musician)
Pat Boone (50's white crooner and stealer of Black music)
Strom Thurman(racist senator/father of secret black daughter)
George Wallace (segregation now/forever Alabama governor)
Mel Gibson(drunken racist religious director/actor)
Wall street executives (crashed the economy in 2007/2008)
2big 2fail banks (screwed economy/bailed out by taxpayers)
Jamie Dimon (Crooked JPMorgan Chase CEO)
John Walker Lynde (American Taliban)
John Hinkley (attempted to assassinate Reagan)
Arnold Schwarzenegger(actor/gov/philandering/son of nazi)
John Boehner (drunk/lying/republican/mother looks black)
Sean Hannity (hateful piece of shit FUX News racist)
Bill O'Reilly (hateful douchebag FUX News racist propagandist)
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Kids Born to Unwed Moms Hit Record High

 
single parents
 

A record number of children worldwide are being born to unmarried mothers as traditional marriage arrangements are being abandoned at a faster pace, according to a report released today by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

"The surprising thing is that we've had this really big upswing in births to unmarried mothers in such a short period of time," said Stephanie Ventura, the author of the report commissioned by the CDC's National Center of Health Statistics.

In the U.S., nearly 40 percent of births were to unmarried women in 2007, compared with about 34 percent in 2002, according to data first released in March but now being compared with that of other countries.

 

The rate of babies born to unwed mothers has doubled since 1980.
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The report shows that teenagers accounted for only 23 percent of 2007's non-marital births, down from 50 percent in 1970, demonstrating that birth rates for unmarried women in their twenties and over have risen considerably over the period.

Worldwide, of the 14 developed countries studied, the highest unwed birth rates were among the Scandinavian nations.

In Iceland, for example, 66 percent of births were to unmarried women, as were 55 percent in Sweden, 54 percent in Norway and 46 percent inDenmark. The United States unwed rate of 40 percent fell in about the middle of this group of countries, about equal to that of the United Kingdom and the Netherlands.

Sociologists say that the rising rate of unwed mothers reflects a lackadaisical attitude toward the tradition of marriage in Europe and in the U.S. The report didn't look at cohabitation rates, so it's impossible to tell how many of these unwed mothers in 2007 were actually living with the fathers of their children.

"The Scandinavian countries have long had a tradition of living together outside of marriage," said Andrew Cherlin, a professor of public policy at Johns Hopkins University and the author of "The Marriage-Go-Round: The State of Marriage and the Family in America Today."

"In places like Sweden nearly all of the non-marital births occur to couples in long-term relationships that often last as long as if not longer than American marriages," said Cherlin.

"While in the U.S. marriage is still held up as an ideal, we are moving away from the institution of marriage as well," said Cherlin.

 

"For us in the U.S. it's important to be married, in Sweden it's important to have a stable relationship whether they're married or not," said Cheriln.

Unlike countries like the U.S. and those in Europe, Japan has one of the lowest rates of non-marital births, at just 2 percent.

A strong sense of tradition is responsible, according to Cherlin.

"In Japan nearly all children are born to married couples," he said. "The marriage system is still very strong in Japan and it's still socially unacceptable to have a child outside of marriage."

Robert Emery, the director for the Center for Children Families and Law at the University of Virginia, said that couples are also less inclined to tie the knot overseas than they are in the U.S. because there are fewer benefits for doing so.

"Overseas you don't need marriage as much because of the availability of social programs," said Emery. "Tax and insurance benefits aren't contingent on being married like they are in the U.S."

Though a majority of mothers who give birth in the United States are married, that doesn't mean they stay that way. The most recent data estimates that between 40 and 50 percent of American marriages end in divorce.

 

 

Originally Posted by Thetaxman:
Think that if it makes you happy. But I'd call that schadenfreude. Tell me though, what kind of person calls a stranger sambo, cracker, birdshit, etc. These seem to be the only unhappy people here.

Take your creepy sicko sad sack self the hell out of here!!! You're worse than a fly that eats shit!!!  Everyone sees through your pathetic troll agenda!!! 

Originally Posted by Momentum:

       

Kids Born to Unwed Moms Hit Record High

 
single parents
 

A record number of children worldwide are being born to unmarried mothers as traditional marriage arrangements are being abandoned at a faster pace, according to a report released today by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

"The surprising thing is that we've had this really big upswing in births to unmarried mothers in such a short period of time," said Stephanie Ventura, the author of the report commissioned by the CDC's National Center of Health Statistics.

In the U.S., nearly 40 percent of births were to unmarried women in 2007, compared with about 34 percent in 2002, according to data first released in March but now being compared with that of other countries.

 

The rate of babies born to unwed mothers has doubled since 1980.
null

 

The report shows that teenagers accounted for only 23 percent of 2007's non-marital births, down from 50 percent in 1970, demonstrating that birth rates for unmarried women in their twenties and over have risen considerably over the period.

Worldwide, of the 14 developed countries studied, the highest unwed birth rates were among the Scandinavian nations.

In Iceland, for example, 66 percent of births were to unmarried women, as were 55 percent in Sweden, 54 percent in Norway and 46 percent inDenmark. The United States unwed rate of 40 percent fell in about the middle of this group of countries, about equal to that of the United Kingdom and the Netherlands.

Sociologists say that the rising rate of unwed mothers reflects a lackadaisical attitude toward the tradition of marriage in Europe and in the U.S. The report didn't look at cohabitation rates, so it's impossible to tell how many of these unwed mothers in 2007 were actually living with the fathers of their children.

"The Scandinavian countries have long had a tradition of living together outside of marriage," said Andrew Cherlin, a professor of public policy at Johns Hopkins University and the author of "The Marriage-Go-Round: The State of Marriage and the Family in America Today."

"In places like Sweden nearly all of the non-marital births occur to couples in long-term relationships that often last as long as if not longer than American marriages," said Cherlin.

"While in the U.S. marriage is still held up as an ideal, we are moving away from the institution of marriage as well," said Cherlin.

 

"For us in the U.S. it's important to be married, in Sweden it's important to have a stable relationship whether they're married or not," said Cheriln.

Unlike countries like the U.S. and those in Europe, Japan has one of the lowest rates of non-marital births, at just 2 percent.

A strong sense of tradition is responsible, according to Cherlin.

"In Japan nearly all children are born to married couples," he said. "The marriage system is still very strong in Japan and it's still socially unacceptable to have a child outside of marriage."

Robert Emery, the director for the Center for Children Families and Law at the University of Virginia, said that couples are also less inclined to tie the knot overseas than they are in the U.S. because there are fewer benefits for doing so.

"Overseas you don't need marriage as much because of the availability of social programs," said Emery. "Tax and insurance benefits aren't contingent on being married like they are in the U.S."

Though a majority of mothers who give birth in the United States are married, that doesn't mean they stay that way. The most recent data estimates that between 40 and 50 percent of American marriages end in divorce.

 

 


       


Wow. White euro women don't give a flip about having a baby daddy!

Men and women have sex. In the throes of sex, the sperm hits the egg when no one's planning on that to happen. When it's over both go on their merry way. The doctor says "you're pregnant." Women make the CHOICE whether to have the baby or abort the baby. Most unwed mothers made the choice to have the baby. Some MEN don't even know they conceived a baby and NEVER know. Some people choose NOT TO GET MARRIED.  It's a vow made, and most folks don't follow the vows any damn way.  The children are born. Some make it to productive adults, some are crazier than bat shit, some murder/are murdered, some spend their lives in jail. Every damn person on this planet came here via penis, sperm, egg, womb, vagina or were plucked out of the womb by doctors. It's THE ONLY WAY ANY OF US EXPERIENCE LIFE. All the blowhards need to get off their high horse. No one's better than any one else anywhere. You're here because your MOTHER PUSHED YOU HERE after carrying your dumb ass in her womb for nine months unless you were prematurely born. One thing's for damn sure, none of us were stillborn that's reading this or are breathing.

Meanwhile in the UK......

Most children will be born out of wedlock by 2016

 

The proportion of children born to unmarried mothers hit a record 47.5 per cent last year, according to the Office for National Statistics. The figure has risen from 25 per cent in 1988 and just 11 per cent in 1979.

 

If the trend continues at the current rate, the majority of children will be born to parents who are not married by 2016.

 

Conservative MPs and experts warned that the stark decline of marriage is likely to lead to more family breakdowns and damage children's prospects.

Tim Loughton, the former Children's minister, called on the government to introduce tax breaks for married couples to help stop the decline. He said: "If people are prepared to make a public declaration to each other in front of their friends and family they are more likely to stay together. Without marriage people drift in and out of relationships very easily.

 

"In families where parents break up children do less well at school, are more likely to suffer mental health problems and are more likely to have substance abuse problems.

 

"The government needs to send a very clear message that it supports marriage. That's why married tax breaks are so important."

 

David Cameron has pledged to introduce legislation to give couples tax breaks worth £150 by the end of the year.

 

The Prime Minister has been forced to put a timetable on government plans to recognise marriage in the tax system amid growing Conservative unrest over the failure to act.

 

Last year a total of 346,595 babies were born outside marriage and civil partnerships in England and Wales, equivalent to 47.5 per cent.

In 2002 the proportion was 40.6 per cent, and if the trend continues at the same rate more than half of children will be born out of wedlock by 2016.

According to the 2011 Census, the number of people who are married in England and Wales has fallen from just over half of the population a decade ago to 45 per cent.

 

The figures represented the first time since the Census was founded in 1801 that married couples have been in a minority.

More than 11 million people in England and Wales are single, reflecting the growing number who have chosen not to marry, while more than 5million unmarried people live with their partners.

 

A total of 150,000 declared themselves to be in civil partnerships.

The Centre for Social Justice, a think tank founded by the Conservative Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith, has raised repeated concerns about the decline in marriage.

 

Christian Guy, director of the think tank, said: "Marriage is not a right wing obsession, but a crucial social justice issue. People throughout society want to marry but cultural and financial barriers faced by those in the poorest communities thwart their aspirations.

 

"Evidence shows quite clearly that children growing up with married parents tend to have better life chances. The Government must deliver on its family friendly pledge."

The official figures show that 729,674 children were born in 2012 and mothers now have an average of two children each, the highest fertility rate since the 1970s.

 

The rise in the birth rates has been driven by immigration and women chosing to have children later in life.

The number of women aged over 40 having children reached a record 29,994, up from just 6,519 in 2002.

The average age of mothers has risen to 29.8 years in 2012, compared to 27 in 1982. The ONS said: “These trends reflect the increasing numbers of women delaying childbearing to later ages.

 

“This may be due to a number of factors such as increased participation in higher education, increased female participation in the labour force, the increasing importance of a career, the rising opportunity costs of childbearing, labour market uncertainty, housing factors and instability of partnership.”

The figures also show that one in four new mothers were born outside the UK in 2012, compared to 17.7 per cent a decade earlier.

 

The ONS said that foreign-born mothers have a higher fertility rate, and are likely to increase their chance of conceiving by having children earlier.

The rising birth rate has been fueled by high levels of immigration from Eastern Europe after accession countries joined the European Union in 2004.

The number of women aged over 40 having children reached a record 29,994, up from just 6,519 in 2002.

 

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/new...wedlock-by-2016.html

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Meanwhile in France ........

Majority of French children born to unwed mothers

More children were born out of wedlock in France than to married parents for the first time in 2006, census data showed on Tuesday, in a sign the traditionally Catholic country has moved further from older social mores.

With most financial incentives for marriage gone, and as parenthood among unwed couples becomes more socially acceptable, the proportion of children born outside marriage has grown steadily, the national statistics office INSEE said.

 

"They have clearly increased compared to the previous year, to 50.5 percent of all births compared to 48.4 percent, and they have become the majority for the first time," INSEE said in its yearly census report.

Given the rising trend from under 40 percent ten years ago, INSEE said births outside marriage would likely increase.

"Everything is going in that direction, although I think it will eventually stabilize," said Guy Desplanques, head of INSEE's demography department.

"(Marriage) is now seen more as a celebration held to bring together family and friends, and less a necessary institution, especially given the growth of civil unions," Desplanques added.

 

France created a civil union statute called the PACS in 1999 as a way to offer non-married couples legal status similar to that of marriage. Over 350,000 couples have entered into a "civil solidarity pact" since.

Although initially attacked by the right and the Catholic Church because it was open to homosexuals, who lobbied for it, the data showed PACS surged in popularity among heterosexuals.

"In the first three quarters of 2007, close to 73,000 were signed, that is to say almost the same amount for all of 2006."

INSEE said the proportion of homosexuals entering into a PACS fell to 7 percent in 2006 from 25 percent in 2002.

Census data also showed births drove France's population growth more in 2007 than in previous years, when immigration had boosted figures.

France's estimated overall population rose to 63.753 million by January 1, 2008, an increase of 361,000 from the same period a year earlier. But only 71,000 came from immigration compared to 91,000 the year before.

France has one of the highest birth rates in the European Union, and economists have in the past said this was helped by the arrival of legal and illegal immigrants. (Reporting by Brian Rohan; Editing by Ibon Villelabeitia)

 

http://www.reuters.com/article...dUSL1406071420080115

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Meanwhile .....

 

Out-of-wedlock births on the rise worldwide

 

The percentage of births to unmarried mothers is increasing worldwide, according to a new federal report that shows a universal upward trend over the last 25 years.
 

Among 14 countries analyzed in the report by the National Center for Health Statistics, the percentage of all live unmarried births in the USA — 40% in 2007 — ranks somewhere in the middle. That's up from 18% in 1980. The sharpest rise was from 2002 to 2007, the report found.

 

 

Countries with a higher proportion of births to unmarried mothers include Iceland, Sweden, Norway, France, Denmarkand the United Kingdom; countries with a lower percentage than the USA include Ireland, Germany, Canada, Spain, Italyand Japan.

In 2007, the Netherlands had the same percentage as the USA, but it has increased ten-fold there from 4% in 1980.

 

Demographer Patrick Heuveline of the University of California-Los Angeles compared non-marital fertility in many of the same countries about a decade ago. He found that U.S. mothers are more likely to be single parents because the non-married couple relationship doesn't tend to last very long, something he says continues to be true, he says.

 

"There might be little bit more cohabitation now, but it's probably true that the United States remains unique and ahead of other countries for births to single mothers not in a cohabiting partnership," he says.

Kelly Musick, an associate professor at Cornell University inIthaca, N.Y., is studying family stability of cohabiting couples with children. Although those numbers are increasing here, Musick says the USA and the U.K. are similar because they have more solo parenting by mothers.

 

"The relationships of the parents are much less stable in the U.S. than a lot of other countries," she says. "In Europe, where there are high levels of childbearing outside of marriage, when childbearing is not happening in marriage, it's happening in cohabitation. Cohabitations are reasonably stable."

Other U.S. findings for 2007:

•60% of births to women ages 20-24 were non-marital, up from 52% in 2002.

•Almost one-third (32.2%) of births to women 25-29 were non-marital, up from one-quarter (25.3%) in 2002.

 

•Births to unmarried women totaled 1.7 million, 26% more than in 2002.

"We in the United States have taken more time and energy to study these families and figure out what the family lives of kids born to unmarried women are like. It's seen much more as a problem and something we want to understand," Musick says. "There's less attention to it in Europe. People are less concerned about their kids being born outside of marriage because they're generally born to two parents in a relationship that tends to be stable."

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