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The Crisis of the American Family by Dr. Laura Schlessinger
www.newsmax.com, August 2000

 
Newspapers, televisions and the Internet give space to other potential shoddy and potential dangerous studies, especially those purporting to demonstrate that institutions can love and nurture children as well as their parents can. One day on the air, I was particularly smart-alecky, and a woman said that "daycare is just as good as my mothering. I said, "then your husband can be serviced just as well in a whorehouse. If you think about it, its a very good parallel.
Excerpts from Dr. Laura's speech for the Claremont Institute.
Category = Quality
The Crisis of the American Family by Dr. Laura Schlessinger
www.newsmax.com, August 2000
(In an article titled) "Familiarity Breeds Contentment; the Boston Herald reassured parents that their childrens distress at being left at day care would subside as it became routine. It is also true if you sit in a hot tub and slowly increase the temperature; you will poach before you are aware the temperature has gone up. You can get used to anything.
Category = Quality
Al Gore's 'going out of business!' tax plan
by Ann Coulter, townhall.com
31-Aug-00
Even those few intrepid citizens who attempt to apply for one of Gore's byzantine* tax credits will have to engage in desirable liberal behaviors in order to qualify. The government will fork over a puny tax credit only if, for example, the "working family" has children, and if...these "working families" agree to abandon their children to socialist, industrialized day-care centers. No sending the kids to grandma.
*byzantine - Highly complicated; intricate and involved
Category = Politics
You Are Not My Kid's Mom, by Diane Fisher, Clinical psychologist and mother of three, published in the The Saturday Evening Post, posted on dadi.org/daycare.htm, 6-Sep-00, page 1 There is simply no evading the vast difference between parents and providers, between even the highest-quality care and a real home.
Whenever day-care centers are criticized, day-care advocates respond, "Well, that's because they're low-quality.  That's why we're asking for more funding!"  But the problems of day care go far beyond the matter of "quality."  It is simply unethical of daycare advocates to dismiss serious concerns such as the reasonable age for children to begin full-time day-care or the importance of a mother staying with babies as much as possible during those critical first three years, or the risks of ten-hour day-care days for any child under five.
But they do dismiss these concerns...
Category = Politics, Quality
You Are Not My Kid's Mom,by Diane Fisher, Clinical psychologist and mother of three, published in the The Saturday Evening Post, posted on dadi.org/daycare.htm, 6-Sep-00
page 2
But is the public aware that day care is a business?  Parents are encouraged to perceive day-care spokesmen as true child advocates, who can be trusted to evaluate the effects of day care on children objectively.  Parents are led to believe that day-care providers have taken some kind of day-care Hippocratic oath, like physicians.  In fact, day-care professionals will be the first to tell you that they are market-driven.  When asked how centers decide on the hours of service provided -- whether there is not such a thing as too many hours of day care--one director commented, "we have to provide what the market demands."  Several admitted that this often presented conflict between what was best for the child,...and what pleased the corporate day-care headquarters.
Category = Economics, Quality, Politics

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