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Minnesotans get to vote on marriage in 2012

Thanks to the hard work of Minnesota lawmakers, the defense of traditional marriage will be on the ballot in the Midwestern state in November 2012. Late Saturday night, after five hours of debate, the State House decided to put the

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Major religious freedom case to be argued Monday

Kelly Shackelford, head of the Free Market Foundation – MFI’s counterpart in Texas – is referring to the case to be argued next Monday as “the biggest case in the country on religious freedom.” Government officials are arguing that elementary

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Maine attempting to restore bathroom safety

The state of Maine made their “Bathroom Bill” a law in 2005 as part of the “Maine Human Rights Act.” Thanks to the results of the November election, the current legislature is attempting to restore privacy and safety for those

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Seven years later, and still no vote

Friends, On Tuesday, gay activists celebrated seven years of legalized same-sex “marriage” here in Massachusetts. It was seven years ago that our great Commonwealth started handing out marriage licenses to same-sex couples.  And while some stand and celebrate this anniversary,

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Contact Sen. Brown on the Parental Rights Resolution

To date, thirty-seven United States Senators have signed onto Senate Resolution 99, the Senate resolution opposing ratification of the United Nations’ Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC) because this treaty would violate US sovereignty and take away parental

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ConCon gone in 30 seconds

Friends, It looks like I spoke too soon about the Governor’s Council finally being a place where conservatives have a voice. As if on cue, there is a movement on Beacon Hill to disband the Governor’s Council now that Republicans

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Rhode Island seeks to avoid SSM with civil unions

With same-sex “marriage” now dead in Rhode Island for this session, the debate switches to the so-called compromise of same-sex “civil unions.” This solution, of course, is not one that either side of the marriage debate wants, though one side

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