There apparently would not be a Hallmark Industries if it weren't for vapid made-up holidays such as "Father's Day" and "Valentines" or "Mother's Day" . They embraced Quanza: It was made for Hallmark. I read an article this morning in the local paper about Babies being born with a father was now a "Luxury" item. It certainly is taxed enough to be a "luxury" item. Apparently there is now a study on to determine why there are so many babies being born without fathers. They can't seem to determine why that is? Here's an excerpt from a Washington Port article today. "Father's Day": Roughly one out of every three babies in the United States don’t get the dad. For black children in, say, Maryland and Virginia, 60 percent live in fatherless homes. In the District, it’s 80 percent. Given all that is known about the benefits of fatherhood — kids less likely to live in poverty, more likely to do well in school, stay healthy and avoid incarceration — why is it so hard to have a two-parent household? Why are so many men — especially us black men — unable to live with the women we once loved enough to marry and have children with? On Wednesday, the White House will hold a “Fatherhood Champions of Change” awards ceremony, which honors people who run organizations or programs that promote responsible fathering. President Obama, who was 2 when his father left the family, has made “fatherhood initiatives” a major focus on his social agenda. But what can the president really do to solve this problem? After decades of research, solutions remain elusive. Elusive? WTF? Take the profit out of having babies for low-income people and the problem goes away. Look at where this trend started...compare the starting date with certain "Entitlement" Programs...hmmmmm...couldn't possibly be a COROLLARY there, it wouldn't be "Politically Correct".