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Should you Count on Social Security as Part of Your Retirement? Yes. Here’s Why.

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Social Security is in better shape than most people think. As a young adult—almost forty years ago—I assumed that Social Security would be bankrupt by the time I was ready to retire. That was the word on the street. Today … Continue reading

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No, Prosperity and Economic Growth Don’t Require Population Growth – With Robots and AI, the Opposite May Be True.

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Recent depopulation alarmism serves wealthy investors, not ordinary people. Many people assume that population growth is key to a flourishing economy. But if what you care about is the prosperity of ordinary families and individuals, that isn’t true. In his … Continue reading

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No, Birth Control Isn’t Dangerous. But Guess Who Wants You to Think It Is.

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Headlines and hype can leave women wondering what’s real and how best to take care of their health. Recently, several news outlets including The New York Times ran articles about a Danish study examining birth control and breast cancer. The … Continue reading

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Would You Like to Have a Kid in the Next Year?

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One Key Question improves family planning and lives. In contrast with Europe and Canada, Pacific Northwest communities face an epidemic of surprise pregnancy. Northwest women say that almost half of their pregnancies are mistimed or unwanted. This causes hardship in … Continue reading

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Better Birth Control for Men – How Would It Work? What’s in the Pipeline?

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Most people think of contraception as an issue of women’s health and rights. But for millennia, men too have wanted choices—the means to decide whether, when, and with whom they father a child. Coitus interruptus or the “withdrawal method” was … Continue reading

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