[Fa1] Leslie Loftis looks at the history of court custody laws and its role in fatherlessness.
[Fa2] Meanwhile, a soldier overseas learned that his baby was stillborn. This turned out to be twice wrong: The baby was sold to another couple, and wasn’t his.
[Fa4] When your dad’s a serial killer.
[Fa5] I hadn’t thought it through before, but of course all this genetic testing is destroying sperm donor confidentiality.
[Fa6] Rob Henderson explains how being a foster child made him conservative.
[Fa7] I’m not sure if I object to the nepotism or not, but this is bad party management. Find the most charismatic and electable state senator and give them an incumbency advantage in 2020, is the spart route.
[Fa8] The laws here are ambiguous and the consequences worrying. But don’t worry, I’m sure enforcement doesn’t disproportionately fall onto disadvantaged groups.
[Fa9] A fascinating look at day care fees in Germany.
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— Michael J Seidlinger (@mjseidlinger) January 26, 2018