On Red State/Blue State Family Values
The article cites a Census Bureau analysis of marriage, fertility and socioeconomic characteristics and shows that, on average, people in the Northeastern states, California, Illinois, Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin get married four years later than in conservative strongholds like Idaho, Kentucky, Oklahoma and Utah.
And despite being steeped in so much religion and moral conviction, Red States produce teenage mothers at double the pace of states like New York, New Jersey and Massachusetts. The study also found that the percentage of births to unmarried mothers was highest in the South.
And, on that note, it's almost time to start another sinful, immoral weekend here in the Northeast.