David R. Usher column
David R. Usher is President of the Center for Marriage Policy. You can contact and partner with him on Facebook.


Who de-legitimized rape?
David R. Usher
August 26, 2014

Rape has always been an issue everyone takes seriously. Feminist liberals have long used visceral imagery of rape (and domestic violence) as power tools to . . .


Balancing the budget with supply-side socioeconomics
David R. Usher
March 2, 2014

Imagine what shape business would be in without supply-side economics. We build business by keeping taxes and government interference minimal. Supply-side . . .


Supply-side socioeconomics to replace "social issues"
David R. Usher
November 27, 2013

Republicans have struggled with social issues traps set by liberals ever since Reagan was President. Democrats targeted lower-income women with welfare . . .


Facebook promotes vulgar hate of religion and hetero-normalcy
David R. Usher
September 26, 2013

One has to wonder how a publicly-traded company can do business with a business model staked on organized hateful harassment of Christians and the vast majority . . .


Our last chance to save traditional marriage
David R. Usher
August 21, 2013

U.S. Supreme court declared DOMA unconstitutional because defenders of heterosexual marriage never argued that gay marriage is unequal and unconstitutional.  . . .


Building an indestructible three-legged stool
David R. Usher
April 3, 2013

CPAC 2013 found itself caught again in a running nightmare: How do we rebuild the Buckley revolution and Reagan's three-legged stool of economy, social values, . . .


Missouri takes lead on gun and domestic violence
David R. Usher
February 13, 2013

Missouri House Bill 402 is a major step forward reducing gun violence, domestic violence, and other forms of serious violence. For decades, federal and state . . .


Homosexual promiscuity: breeding a national health problem
David R. Usher
September 2, 2012

"Marriage Equality" is perhaps the most convoluted canard of our time. Underneath the hood of the homosexual revolution churns the most serious avoidable . . .


Marrying the welfare state to big government
David R. Usher
June 3, 2012

"Marital responsibility" is the priceless institution greatly missing in low-income households. Traditionally married couples and their children are the least . . .


The problem with Coulter
David R. Usher
March 2, 2012

After thoroughly crediting Ann Coulter for years of witty attacks on guv'mints, varmints and feminists, it must be said there is something missing about her . . .


Marriage vs. the individual health care mandate
David R. Usher
February 10, 2012

Forty-five years ago Daniel Patrick Moynihan warned us about what would happen if Johnson's Great Society was established. Today, America is drowning in social . . .


Who can lead America out of ratcheting socialism?
David R. Usher
November 28, 2011

You might wonder why the "Family Values" electoral revolution of 1994 fizzled out promptly after 1996, while illegitimacy and cohabitation exploded, and social . . .


Why same-sex marriage is unconstitutional
David R. Usher
November 22, 2011

The National Organization for Women's long campaign for same-sex marriage is unconstitutional on its face. Same-sex marriage has been the primary long-term . . .


Facebook is killing conservative political action
David R. Usher
September 1, 2011

In its quest to invite political activism, Facebook has unleashed a river of uncontrollable event and email spam no human being can possible keep track of.  . . .


Archbishop Timothy Dolan blasphemes married men
David R. Usher
August 23, 2011

On Sunday, Archbishop Timothy Dolan appeared on 60 Minutes. He serves as the President of the U.S. Conference on Catholic Bishops, and holds great power over . . .


Your choice: marriage or bankrupt big government?
David R. Usher
July 18, 2011

Marriage-absence and uncontrollable deficit spending are inseparable problems bankrupting the United States. An accounting of the marriage-deficit demonstrates . . .


Why Republicans are losing the war on nation and marriage
David R. Usher
January 11, 2011

Every day we read articles bemoaning the lack of marriage and complaining about marriage-destructive Progressive federal law. Now is the time to move beyond . . .


Gulliver vs. Lilliputians: The terrorist war over morals and marriage
David R. Usher
November 22, 2010

The heart of the cultural conflict between Muslims and the West revolves around morals and power-sharing between the sexes. Muslim countries are hyper . . .


National health care: resurrecting the welfare state
David R. Usher
November 15, 2010

Feminists have exercised nearly unfettered control of Congress's social policy philosophy since the creation of the Great Society. That arrangement, designed . . .


Ten "marriage values" policies to rebuild America
David R. Usher
November 9, 2010

Marriage-absence is the greatest domestic problem America faces. Our most daunting social, economic, budgetary, criminal, and constitutional dilemmas are . . .


Marriage: America's greatest fiscal issue
David R. Usher
October 31, 2010

Marriage is one of the top five most important issues of the 2010 elections. It will remain a controlling factor in the American dilemma until some form of the . . .


National health care: resurrecting the welfare state
David R. Usher
November 7, 2009

Feminists have exercised nearly unfettered control of Congress's social policy philosophy since the creation of the Great Society. That arrangement, designed . . .


Ladies, you must prevent cheating
David R. Usher
July 30, 2009

Fox New's LaToya Foster made a good start holding women responsible for chasing rich or powerful men in her latest piece Ladies, Only YOU Can Prevent Cheating.  . . .


Prediction: Supreme Court nominee will be Hillary
David R. Usher
May 20, 2009

I predict that Hillary Clinton will be Obama's nominee for Supreme Court. If not this time, she will most certainly get it the next time around. Why?  . . .


Replacing post-ERA feminist policy with "marriage values"
David R. Usher
February 9, 2009

Anyone wondering why marriage is passť and illegitimacy is at record levels can find the answer in the recent case of the unmarried California mother with six . . .


The most useful books for Christmas
David R. Usher
December 14, 2008

Marriage-absence is the greatest social and economic problem we face. We often think of this problem in terms of its effects: father-absence, child support . . .


McCain: why we must elect a non-lawyer
David R. Usher
November 2, 2008

The State of Florida has a very interesting Constitutional provision, one that should be expanded to include the federal level: Lawyers are not permitted to . . .


Want your inheritance? Vote McCain
David R. Usher
November 1, 2008

I have written many articles nipping at Republicans for completely failing to address federal social policies destroying marriage in America. McCain gave . . .


2008 races: marriage-absence ignored
David R. Usher
September 9, 2008

America's most urgent home-front problem went entirely unaddressed at both the Democratic and Republican conventions. This is very bad news for the plebiscite . . .


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