October 22, 2009

Commentary: Interracial marriage doesn't harm children

It has been a while since I last heard anyone use the future welfare of the progeny of mixed-race couples as an excuse to prohibit or block those couples' marriages. In fact, I thought having parents from different cultures or races had been proven to be no more an indicator of a child's success or failure than if those parents were Democrats or Republicans. But apparently, Keith Bardwell, justice of the peace in Tangipahoa Parish, La., knows something I don't know.

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