Janice Shaw Crouse

Janice Shaw Crouse, Ph.D., is a recognised authority on domestic issues, the United Nations, cultural and women’s concerns. In May, 2002, Janice Shaw Crouse was appointed as a U.S. delegate to the United Nations Children’s Summit. She was ubsequently appointed by the President to the U.S. delegation to the 2003 United Nations Commission on the Status of Women. The Heritage Foundation nominated her for the 2003 Bradley Prize for her influence on contemporary issues.

During the first Bush Administration, Janice Shaw Crouse was a Presidential Speech Writer, authoring major presidential policy addresses as well as drafting and editing the Presidential White Paper on Welfare Reform. She was also head of the Beverly LaHaye Institute, the think tank for Concerned Women for America. Janice is the author of Children at Risk and Marriage Matters — both books showing the harms from the decline in marriage and breakdown of the family.

Articles by Janice Shaw Crouse.

  • 20 June 2022

    3.4 MINS

    Men need good women to stand up for them and speak up against false allegations. The presumption of innocence must hold, otherwise, injustice will be perpetuated through the uncritical acceptance of horrendous lies. In the days after the Ford-Kavanaugh hearing in front of the Senate [...]

  • 18 March 2022

    1.8 MINS

    American culture seems to reach a new nadir each year -- and it affects societies across the world which imbibe it. How did it sink this low? Charlotte Hays' book is delightful! Her hilarious comparisons of Old White Trash vs. New White Trash are very [...]

  • 16 February 2022

    3.1 MINS

    The lack of intimacy in marriages overtaken by the stresses of daily life is a cause for alarm. Couples need to make a conscious effort to set aside time for one another, to express their love in the marital embrace. Every time I write about [...]

  • 3 February 2022

    2.7 MINS

    Women who procrastinate on finding a suitable spouse at university, often struggle later in life at locating a compatible man. The modern habit of prioritising career over marriage tends to leave eligible young ladies in the lurch. Hook-up culture also cheapens relationships and makes it [...]

  • 25 January 2022

    7.2 MINS

    With divorce on the rise and the challenges of living together with another flawed human being, people question the need to be married. But marriage continues to be the lifeblood of communities, linking people in familial bonds of love across the nations and generations. More [...]

  • 21 January 2022

    3.9 MINS

    If marriage is a bed of roses, it certainly comes with thorns. But if a couple continues to work at their marriage and honour their vows, it is possible to triumph together over the tough times. We recently enjoyed watching our granddaughter (age 16) and [...]

  • 4 January 2022

    3.6 MINS

    Is it true that the institution of marriage is increasingly unfashionable and outdated, and that women don't need or want men in their lives? American statistics suggest otherwise. It has become a truism that marriage rates are in decline. The Pew Research Center, Forbes, and [...]

  • 27 December 2021

    4.2 MINS

    Research shows that the consequences of casual sex are long-lasting and extremely damaging, even with the use of contraception. We owe it to our youth and their progeny to reinstitute the value of sex within the sacred bonds of marriage. It's not news to anybody [...]

  • 13 December 2021

    4.5 MINS

    Higher learning is not what it used to be in America. Read about the events that took place to undermine America's institutions in the 20th Century, the current state of play, and what this means for America's future. The best-kept secret in America today is [...]

  • 9 December 2021

    3.7 MINS

    As Roe v. Wade enters the news cycle once again, abortion advocates have plenty of reason to be frightened and pessimistic. The pro-life side has seen a resurgence in recent years. Find out why. Several years back, an average of seven abortion clinics closed each month. No wonder [...]