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ACLU continues assault on prayer banner in RI school

The Rhode Island Chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) is seeking a permanent federal injunction to force the city of Cranston to remove a banner in a school auditorium that encourages students to strive academically. The banner begins

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MA group seeks school ban on Pledge of Allegiance

Just last year, teenage activist Sean Harrington was given a Citizenship Award at our annual banquet for his ultimately successful quest to get the Pledge of Allegiance reinstated in Arlington public schools. Despite this victory, secular and liberal forces are

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9.11.01

Dear Friends of the Family and our Nation, It is hard to realize that it was a decade ago when, on an otherwise routine day, the enemies of our nation perpetrated the worst terror attack in our history. While terror

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Gays look for further concessions from military

As with same-sex “marriage” and the agenda that followed its legalization here in Massachusetts, the homosexuals and their advocates have been anything but satisfied with the repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.” That repeal is set to take place in

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New voter guide available for 12th Bristol race

The special election to fill the House seat vacated by former Rep. Stephen Canessa (D-New Beford) will take place on Tuesday, September 20. The 12th Bristol District includes parts of Freetown, Lakeville, Middleboro, New Bedford and Taunton. There are two

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ACLU welcomes kids back to school

Dear Friends of the Family, Students are back in school, and the American Civil Liberties Union is there as well, suing to get schools to remove content filters from their computers. According to a recent story in the Washington Times,

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