Fully 43% of adults (87 million people) say they are single. century with a swing towards marriage in the 1950s and 1960s.
These data generally align with findings from a 50,000-household survey conducted by the U. Marriage rates then receded as the ranks of both the widowed and the never-married increased.
" Kennedy was asking Willett to weigh in on a very antagonistic debate.
Here's the short version of it: The federal courts don't treat all rights equally.
If Wednesday's hearing represents the Democrats' best effort at casting doubt on his nomination, Don Willett has nothing to worry about from that side of the aisle.
Marc Agronin (@Marc Agronin) is a geriatric psychiatrist at Miami Jewish Health in Miami, Fla., and author of the forthcoming book “The End of Old Age: Living a Longer, More Purposeful Life.” Online dating is growing in popularity among single and divorced individuals in their 50s and older.
Most young singles in America do not describe themselves as actively looking for romantic partners.
The bigger question lurking in the background about unwritten rights remained unaddressed.The Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday held confirmation hearings on Don Willett, one of President Donald Trump's nominees to the U. So naturally I expected Willett to be grilled by Senate Democrats about those rulings and the thorny legal topics they address. Willett is an outspoken jurist who has served as a justice on the Texas Supreme Court since 2005 and who has written a number of opinions on highly contentious legal issues.The survey found that dating in America is, indeed, affected by online matchmaking activity.But in analyzing our findings, we discovered another story: Large numbers of single Americans are not actively looking for relationships and even significant numbers of those looking for partners are not that active on the dating scene."I mean, litigants all the time assert a constitutional right.