If I were to pass a law it would look like this
By James Harrison, 8/1/2020
Here’s a law whose time has come.
Imagine America with a law in place that uses the natural family as a foundational model. Any laws past or present must assure the protection of the natural family and comply with its precise definition – That definition being one biologically born man , one woman, lifelong relationship with their children with penalties for going outside of that natural institution. Divorce is unheard of, children are encouraged and lots of them ( no abortion). A nation where the fathers, not the government is expected to be the head of the family. A nation where the education , health and spiritual development of children is the responsibility of the parents.
Alongside this national requirement we as well must pass just one other law and that is a rigorous adherence to the 10 commandments. As with the family we list the commandments, explain them and apply appropriate penalties and rewards for activities relating to them. With these two laws you have satisfied the letter of the law with the family institution definition and the spirit of the law with the 10 commandments.
Now imagine that nation if your living in New York, Chicago or Seattle.
What does the bible say, “where there is no vision the people perish”. I like this vision and hope you all do as well. If so please share with your family, friends, business associates and brother and sisters in Christ.
Executive Order 12606 — The Family
September 2, 1987
By the authority vested in me as President by the Constitution and laws of the United States of America, and in order to ensure that the autonomy and rights of the family are considered in the formulation and implementation of policies by Executive departments and agencies, it is hereby ordered as follows:
Section 1. Family Policy-making Criteria. In formulating and implementing policies and regulations that may have significant impact on family formation, maintenance, and general well-being, Executive departments and agencies shall, to the extent permitted by law, assess such measures in light of the following questions:
(a) Does this action by government strengthen or erode the stability of the family and, particularly, the marital commitment?
(b) Does this action strengthen or erode the authority and rights of parents in the education, nurture, and supervision of their children
(c) Does this action help the family perform its functions, or does it substitute governmental activity for the function?
(d) Does this action by government increase or decrease family earnings? Do the proposed benefits of this action justify the impact on the family budget?
(e) Can this activity be carried out by a lower level of government or by the family itself?
(f) What message, intended or otherwise, does this program send to the public concerning the status of the family?
(g) What message does it send to young people concerning the relationship between their behavior, their personal responsibility, and the norms of our society?
Sec. 2. Government-wide Family Policy Coordination and Review.
(a) Executive departments and agencies shall identify proposed regulatory and statutory provisions that may have significant potential negative impact on the family well-being and provide adequate rationale on why such proposals should be submitted. The head of the department or agency, shall certify in writing that, to the extent permitted by law, such measure has been assessed in light of the criteria in Section 1 of this Order and how such measures will enhance family well-being. Such certification shall be transmitted to the Office of Management and Budget. Departments and agencies shall give careful consideration to family-related concerns and their impact in notices of proposed rule-making and messages transmitting legislative proposals to the Congress.
(b) The Office of Management and Budget shall, to the extent permitted by law, take action to ensure that the policies of the Executive departments and agencies are applied in light of the criteria set forth in Section 1 of this Order.
(c) The Office of Policy Development shall assess existing and proposed policies and regulations that impact family well-being in light of the criteria established by Section 1 of this Order, provide evaluations on those measures that have significant potential impact on the family to the Office of Management and Budget, and advise the President on policy and regulatory actions that may be taken to strengthen the institutions of marriage and family in America.
Sec. 3. Report. The Office of Policy Development shall submit preliminary reports including specific recommendations to the Domestic Policy Council and shall submit a final report to the President no later than 180 days from the date of this Order. Each year thereafter, a report, including recommendations shall be submitted, through the Domestic Policy Council to the President.
Sec. 4. Judicial Review. This Order is intended to improve the internal management of the Executive branch and is not intended to create any right or benefit, substantive or procedural, enforceable at law by a party against the United States, its agencies, its officers, or any person.
Ronald Reagan The White House, September 2, 1987.
[Filed with the Office of the Federal Register, 11:56 a.m., September 8, 1987] Note: The executive order was released by the Office of the Press Secretary on September 3.