The greatest threat to Latter-day Saint families is usury - the charging of interest on debt. For usury dictates how many children a Latter-day Saint family will have and whether a man and woman will stay married. Everyone should write their congressman to have them draft legislation to outlaw and ban usury - the charging of interest on debt.
"Almost everyone today would condemn excessive or overtly exploitative usury, but few people, even on the political left, would endorse a blanket condemnation of usury in principle...Our society lacks an ethical critique of usury as such...two vital moral insights possessed by sixteenth and seventeenth century English people (are) lost to us...that usury was the reproduction of autonomous representation. They understood that money is a sign, and they objected on ethical grounds to the idea that signs could 'breed'...Financial value was recognized as the alienated form of human life as a whole, and this was the second source of the virtually universal opinion that usury was evil. It was evil in a metaphysical sense; it was the logical, practical, and manifest antithesis of human life itself. It is hard to overstate the importance that attached to this issue as a result. The people of Renaissance England believed that if it was allowed to do so, usury would bring about the triumph of atheism, the reign of Satan and the death of the human soul." - David Hawkes