March, Louis T.
9 Articles at Lifeissues.net

Louis T. March has a background in government, business and philanthropy. A former talk show host, author and public speaker, he is a dedicated student of history and genealogy. Louis lives with his family in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley of Virginia.

Articles

RACE: a four-letter word guaranteed to offend everyone

Every day brings horror stories of racial discrimination and racial preferences.

Date posted: 2021-10-10

Iran creates a family-friendly Islamic dating app to solve its fertility decline

Is this an initiative that other countries could imitate?

Date posted: 2021-08-03

Bloodshed ahead?

A proposal in India that would penalize families with more than two children has upset a lot of people.

Date posted: 2021-08-02

Today's Great Game and the demographic factor

Today's big three - US, China and Russia - and the power dynamic among them will change significantly in the coming years. With reduced populations, fiscal constraints, and the Thucydides Trap's ever-present specter of war, there is no telling what may unfold.

Date posted: 2021-07-18

China says women are allowed to have 3 kids now. What comes next? They MUST have 3 kids

In an attempt to reverse the consequences of its disastrous one-child policy, the Chinese Communist Party now has a three-child policy.

Date posted: 2021-06-22

Meet the country with the world's most robust pro-family agenda

In demographic circles, all eyes are on Hungary, which now has the most robust pro-family agenda on the planet. It gets better all the time. The latest news is that, starting January 1, 2022, there will be no income tax for those under 25. So there is something more important than fattening the state's coffers!

Date posted: 2021-06-04

On the brink of collapse: America's declining population growth

Population decline is coming to America. Radical change is on the way.

Date posted: 2021-06-04

Fertility, growth and the debt conundrum

America's heritage of fiscal profligacy has met its match in below-replacement fertility.

Date posted: 2021-05-05

Excuse me, Ms. We need babies

Personal finances, lack of religious faith and no confidence in the future are often cited as reasons for not having children. But not reproducing for purposes of individual comfort or convenience or ideological commitment pits personal preference against the survival of the species. It is that simple, and a choice must be made.

Date posted: 2021-05-03