Posts from July 2012

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Wednesday is Chick-fil-A day!

by mafamily

On Friday, we told you how a great American company, Chick-fil-A, was being smeared and threatened by anti-Christian activists, including our very own Mayor Menino.   Almost a thousand of you have signed our petition demanding that he make Boston a city of true tolerance and diversity of opinions.   Those of us who stand for […]

Scouts Honor: Boy Scouts refuse to be bullied

by mafamily

The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) recently reaffirmed its longstanding policy of protecting youth by not allowing homosexuals to serve as volunteer leaders.  According to OneNewsNow, an 11-member special committee, formed discretely by top Scout leaders in 2010, “came to the conclusion that this policy is absolutely the best policy for the Boy Scouts,” the […]

Teenagers ‘can be corrupted’ by Hollywood sex scenes

by mafamily

From the UK Telegraph Psychologists concluded that teenagers exposed to more sex on screen in   popular films are likely to have sexual relations with more people and   without using condoms. The study, based on nearly 700 popular films, found that watching love scenes   could “fundamentally influence” a teenager’s personality. The researchers, from Dartmouth College in […]

Office Depot is guaranteeing $1 million to help indoctrinate your children that they are born “gay.”

by mafamily

This week, Office Depot announced it is teaming up with recording artist Lady Gaga to push the homosexual agenda in public schools by encouraging our children to believe “gay” people are “Born This Way.” To help spread the message, Office Depot and Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation have created several special, limited-edition products for back-to-school […]

Successful MassFuture “Day on the Hill”

by mafamily

Legislators and Pro-family Leaders Address Student Activists MassFuture, the official Youth Group of the Coalition for Marriage and Family, had their 4th annual Day on the Hill this past Wednesday. The teenagers and college students who attended had a great time hearing from pro-family legislators and learning how to advocate for traditional values. The Great […]

Parents, are you ready?

by mafamily

Parental Controls for Cell Phones By Paul O’Reilly from TheOnlineMom As the summer break comes to an end and families prepare for the start of a new school year, thousands of parents are bracing themselves for the inevitable urgent demands for a new cell phone. Maybe it’s a fourth or fifth grader clamoring for his […]

Professor’s Job Threatened for Telling the Truth

by mafamily

Just last month a study came out of the University of Texas, Austin that gave a death blow to the radical homosexuals. The study showed that children of homosexual parents were worse off financially, mentally, and relationship-wise than those with married heterosexual parents. There is a difference between children of married, heterosexual parents and same-sex […]

Marriage Defenders Score One for the Record Books

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From the Baltimore Sun. Maryland’s Board of Elections certified a petition Tuesday to put the state’s new same-sex marriage law on the November ballot, the final procedural step needed for voters to challenge the controversial law. “We’re excited, we’re on the ballot,” said Dereck McCoy, executive director of the Maryland Marriage Alliance, a church-led group […]

Home Economics – Governor Romney discusses the importance of marriage

by mafamily

On Monday, Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council had lunch with Governor Romney in Baton Rouge.  They discussed issues of concern to social conservatives, including the economic importance of marriage. Gov. Romney had read a recent piece by Jason DeParle which appeared in the New York Times over the weekend about the expanding economic disparity between […]

The push for suicide faces resistance in new poll

by mafamily

A recent online poll in the Worcester Telegram shows a clear majority (57% to 42%) against this November’s ballot initiative legalizing physician’s assisted suicide.  A majority of the comments posted by readers are also very encouraging, showing that Massachusetts still has a strong culture of life. Share This: