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Mom and kid are grinning and looking into each-other eyes while staying down on sofa. They are joyfully hand-holding and boy is sitting on parent feet. Mother and child together concept

By Jessica Kramer, Crisis Magazine, March 8, 2021

Jessica Kramer hails from Cleveland, Ohio and is a freelance Video Host with MRCTV and writer currently living in the greater Washington, D.C. area. She is a graduate of Liberty University (former Protestant, Catholic convert). You can find more of her writing in The American Conservative, The Federalist, and Washington Examiner, or check out her budding YouTube channel.

“The homemaker has the ultimate career. All other careers exist for one purpose only—and that is to support the ultimate career.”

Jessica KramerThat famous C.S. Lewis line (which is actually just a paraphrase of his original quote) comes to mind every time I see a headline about what the market rate value of a housewife should be. And while some on the right may argue there is a market rate value to be figured and that domestic work should be honored (i.e., compensated for and thereby ‘recognized’ as real work by the government), I am not convinced that is the best way to honor such work.  …