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Air Strike on Public Faith

You may have heard in the news this week that an Air Force Major General, stationed right here in MA at Hanscom AFB, is being threatened with court martial for talking about his faith in public.  As hard as that may

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Your Kids Could Be Asked About Their “Sex Life” in School

Are your children taking these sex quizzes at school? According to Breitbart’s recent article “Schools Quiz Twelve-year-olds About Gay, Oral, and Anal Sex,” the controversial “Youth Risk Behavior Survey” asks students as young as 12 intrusive, inappropriate questions including: Which

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Joe Kennedy Opens the Door to Transgender Bathrooms in MA

CALL TO ACTION! MA Congressman Joe Kennedy announced last night that he is going to lead the charge in our Commonwealth for… the Bathroom Bill.  Transgender activists have apparently enlisted the young and famously-named congressman as the spokesman for their demands to

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Prayer and Petition at Our State House

This week, about 40 family-values advocates joined us at the State House for Lobby Day. Guests heard from eight pro-family legislators and other leaders of the movement on issues of life, human sexuality and parental rights. MFI staff were also able

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Marriage On Trial

For two and a half hours Tuesday, the Supreme Court of the United States heard oral argument on the question of redefining marriage.  The court considered two legal issues: first, whether there is a fundamental right to same-sex marriage, and second, whether

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The Children Have Spoken

In less than two weeks, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in cases that will lead to a national decision about gay marriage. Whatever that decision is, the ruling will ultimately impact our country for generations to come. With LGBT

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MFI Weighs in on RFRA

Last week I was called upon to debate the Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act on NECN.  You can watch that six-minute segment here.  My opponent’s strategy was to say the word ‘discrimination’ as much as possible, particularly when faced with questions he

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