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Two “can’t miss” Christmas performances

“Christmas Time” December 3-11, 2011 Reagle Music Theater of Greater Boston 29th Anniversary Edition of Christmas Time TICKETS: http://www.reagleplayers.com/ The one Boston Christmas spectacle guaranteed to warm any heart!   Children of all ages are enchanted by Santa’s Workshop, Teddy Bears’

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Oppose doctor-prescribed suicide

As you know, a petition to legalize doctor-prescribed suicide has been successful in placing a ballot question before voters next November. “Death with Dignity” is the sponsoring group, and they were able to gather the necessary signatures. In response to

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Not going down without a fight

Dear Friends of the Family, Contrary to what many in the press and on Beacon Hill will have you believe, the so-called fat lady as NOT yet sung her closing number on the gambling debate. Yesterday, I joined fellow allies

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Pro-abortion, homosexual rights advocate Barney Frank retires

Longtime congressman Barney Frank announced on Monday that he would retire after his current term expires in January 2013, leaving an important Massachusetts district open for next year’s election. Several individuals from both the Republican and Democratic parties have expressed

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Grateful for You

Friends, Tomorrow we will all gather with our families and friends to celebrate Thanksgiving Day, a longtime American tradition that started informally with the Pilgrims in our very own Commonwealth of Massachusetts and became official when President Lincoln created the

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Bringing Truth to the Bay State

The Barna Research Group revealed a stunning statistic that continues to reverberate throughout the faith-based world: only 9 percent of professing Christians have a biblical worldview. Because of this, today’s believers live very similarly to non-believers. Jesus commanded us to

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Meanwhile, casinos are coming to the Bay State

As the expression goes, when it rains it pours. And regrettably, the current situation in Massachusetts is much more serious than such an expression conveys. As promised, the Legislature moved before Thanksgiving to legalize expanded predatory gambling. The conference committee

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