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What is the Abortion Industry’s Next Move?

“Keep abortion safe, legal, & rare.” This used to be the pro-choice mantra. It’s catchy because it paints a sanitized picture of the actually gruesome act. It’s part of the strategy of distracting listeners with what abortion supposedly does for

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Summit on the Sexualization of Children

This week, MFI was at our nation’s capital, hearing from experts on issues related to life, liberty, and religious freedom. We were joined by our fellow Family Policy Councils from across the country. On Wednesday, the Heritage Foundation, a national

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Don’t Leave the Room

For those of us with kids in school, especially those involved in youth sports, this time of year often includes a visit to the pediatrician’s office for an annual physical.  A number of parents have contacted me over the years

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Planned Parenthood fires CEO

If you haven’t heard, Planned Parenthood just fired their President and CEO, Dr. Leana Wen, because Wen wanted to focus primarily on “health care” issues rather than political advocacy. Dr. Wen wrote in her statement that the “board leadership has determined that the

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A Win for Life at the Infanticide Hearing

Dear Friend of the Family, Monday’s Judiciary Committee Hearing on the Infanticide Bill was a win for life. Over 700 pro-life advocates flooded the State House, many of whom testified before the committee, sharing the truth about abortion. This was

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Planned Parenthood is Not Happy

By: Andrew Beckwith This has been a tremendous week for family values in Massachusetts! Citizens of the Commonwealth will finally be able to vote this November to protect their communities from casinos. The entire nation was treated to GOOD news on

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Stand with Hobby Lobby

How much money is a clear conscience worth? A Christian family-owned American business is now finding out. The Green family, owners of the retail chain Hobby Lobby, are facing daily fines of $1.3 million dollars for their refusal to comply

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