Jon Stewart has a brilliant piece here showing Megyn Kelly's take on various family-friendly programs before and after going on her own maternity leave:
Incidentally, one thing she mentions favorably in passing is the Family and Medical Leave Act, which had been vetoed by President George H.W. Bush but passed again and signed into law within weeks of the start of Bill Clinton's presidency. In the early 1990s, a lot of big businesses insisted that the law was a catastrophe would lead to their utter ruin. Now, more than 18 years later, pretty much everybody likes it, because it actually helps with employee retention and creates a more level competitive playing field between businesses.