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Outside View: A risky experiment by Brandon Dutcher A UPI Outside View commentary Published 1/24/2004
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Dr. Laura Schlessinger* once asked a crowd of day-care aficionados: Would you rather be raised by a day care worker... (rather than your own mother?)  Then why are you going to do this to your children?
Good question. One that never seems to dawn on the professional "child advocates"; the corporate bosses hungry for cheap labor, or the journalists who are missing what Goldberg calls "the most important story you never saw on TV."
*Dr. Laura Schlessinger is an internationally syndicated radio host, licensed family therapist, and bestselling author.
Category = Politics, Quality

Outside View: A risky experiment by Brandon Dutcher A UPI Outside View commentary Published 1/24/2004
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This is a free country, and parents are free to raise their children as they see fit...
My point is simply this: Let's not forget that this is a massive experiment.  And as a matter of public policy, let's not give it preferential treatment.  Right now, the federal tax code discriminates against at-home parents: The Dependent Care Tax Credit helps two-income families pay for day care, but doesn't help moms or dads who take care of their own kids at home.
Category = Politics

Outside View: A risky experiment by Brandon Dutcher A UPI Outside View commentary Published 1/24/2004
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Writing in The American Enterprise, Karl Zinsmeister tells the story of a (visitor to) the best day care center in her neighborhood...
"I was quite taken aback when I saw them consoling a 6-month-old with a photograph of his parents," she said.  "I don't know...Those people are betting a helluva lot on this experiment panning out."
Category = Quality

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