Last week I attended a contentious meeting of the Westford School Committee. They were considering adopting a new transgender student policy. The content of that policy was, sadly, not surprising. It contained the usual mandate for biological boys to be
Yesterday, I was in Boston to see the the orange “Free Speech Bus” roll into town, making stops at City Hall, the State House, and Harvard Square. The bus had a simple message: “Boys are boys and always will be.
Late this past Friday, we learned that the South Boston St. Patrick’s Day parade finally gave in to the demands of a group called “Out Vets” who have been agitating for years to insert their rainbow flags and anti-Catholic message into the parade.
As we celebrate Indepence Day this weekend, we remember those who fight to preserve that independence, our military. Unfortunately, their freedom is under renewed attack by the LGBT agenda. Just today, the Department of Defense has announced it is now
The media is starting to take notice of the public outcry on the Transgender Bathroom & Shower Bill here in MA. Politico interviewed Renew Mass Coalition Director Chanel Prunier on the effort to make our pro-family perspective heard loud and clear by
Monday night, I was invited to participate in a radio interview discussing the Bathroom Bill. My fellow guests were a transgender activist and a Rutgers law professor (…which means I was outnumbered). Once again, the fallacy of there being “no reports
Yesterday, a federal appeals court in Virginia ruled that Title IX, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in education, must now be interpreted to include gender identity. This essentially mandates a school policy as radical as the infamous transgender