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The Nuclear Family and Why it Must Be Defended

Rexburg Pride - Pride Month

In recent times, the concept of the nuclear family has come under scrutiny and has been challenged by alternative family structures. However, it is essential to recognize the fundamental role that the nuclear family plays in fostering a healthy society and upholding core American values. While Pride celebrations focus on individual identity and personal liberation, it is crucial to consider the importance of the nuclear family structure in shaping a prosperous and stable America. This article aims to explore the reasons why the nuclear family is key to a healthy America, alongside the examination of Pride as a social contagion and its potential to undermine American values.

Upholding Traditional American Values:

The nuclear family has long been regarded as a cornerstone of American society, reflecting the values of commitment, responsibility, and self-reliance. By promoting stable marriages and the traditional roles of mothers and fathers, the nuclear family instills a sense of duty, discipline, and hard work in its members. These values have been fundamental to the success and prosperity of America throughout its history, fostering a strong work ethic and individual accountability.

Nurturing a Sense of Patriotism:

The nuclear family plays a crucial role in nurturing a sense of patriotism and love for one's country. By passing down values, traditions, and stories of American history, families instill a deep appreciation for the nation and its founding principles. Pride in one's country, its heritage, and its achievements is vital for maintaining social cohesion and a shared sense of national identity.

Promoting Social Stability and Cohesion:

The nuclear family structure contributes to social stability and cohesion, which are integral to a healthy America. Stable families provide the foundation for thriving communities, where individuals can trust and rely on each other. When family structures are strong, the overall fabric of society becomes more resilient, fostering trust, cooperation, and a sense of unity among its members.

Resisting Erosion of Traditional Values:

Pride, as a social contagion, sometimes promotes alternative family structures and challenges the traditional concept of the nuclear family. While diversity and inclusivity are essential, it is equally crucial to protect the values and traditions that have shaped America's identity. The nuclear family, with its emphasis on shared values and generational continuity, serves as a bulwark against the erosion of traditional American values.

Fostering Future Generations of Responsible Citizens:

The nuclear family has a vital role in fostering future generations of responsible citizens who will contribute to the betterment of America. Within the family unit, children learn values such as respect for authority, the importance of civic engagement, and a sense of moral duty. By emphasizing the significance of the nuclear family, we prioritize the upbringing of individuals who will become active participants in their communities, contributing positively to the progress of the nation.


While Pride celebrations advocate for individual liberation and diverse family structures, it is crucial to recognize the importance of the nuclear family in upholding core American values and ensuring a healthy America. By promoting traditional values, nurturing patriotism, fostering social stability, and resisting the erosion of foundational principles, the nuclear family serves as a catalyst for a prosperous and united nation.


  1. July 10 or June 10?

    1. June 10th thank you we are fixing that in the article.

  2. Odd, Mormons were not traditional family from the start and doctrines of the church believe it won’t be in the end of times. Polygamy was not as is not traditional. I believe it is still apart of the doctrine.

    1. Anywhere does it say we are Mormon or condone those actions?

  3. This is a great way to get doxxed by antifa or get your name on a deep state list with the IRS. Pray, don't be stupid

    1. Ahhh, I think the only way to get doxed by the anti-fascist is to show fascist tendencies. If you're not doing that you're fine

    2. You realize the IRS only cares about taxes?

  4. Did you hear about the Pride Event in Bonner County?


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