Are these fallacies, if so which fallacies?

"Among the man ills fatherlessness portends are much higher taes of teen drug abius, crime, pregnancy, and school dropouts.

The evidence is clear 'man as idiot' isn't going over very well these days

How fathers are portrayed is of particular importance. Fatherlessness is one of the greatest threats our children face.

Thank you :)
asked on Sunday, Oct 20, 2019 12:54:20 AM by Nicole

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The fallacy of spelling? I am not sure what those words are supposed to be. Also, I am not sure where the actual quote ends and your comments begin.
answered on Sunday, Oct 20, 2019 07:09:23 AM by Bo Bennett, PhD