by Hans Johnson
Population demographics have been a concern in Europe and Japan for decades. But now the U.S. is seeing declining birthrates as well.
From the Contra Costa Times:
The number of California babies born each year began dropping steadily in 2007, according to state public health records, but the birthrate began slowing years before.
While experts point to factors such as more widespread use of contraception, delayed marriage, and economic volatility, one can’t help but wonder if they’re missing the elephant in the room. Or, rather, that they’re ignoring the 55 million missing children that have been aborted in the last 40 years.
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