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Homosexual activists attack Kirk Cameron

From Family Research Council: Where is the tolerance? You won’t find any on display with homosexual activists who are determined to attack and silence anyone who dares to disagree or challenge their political or social agenda. Their latest target is

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Marriage Updates: Washington, New Jersey, North Carolina

From Family Research Council: In Washington State, where leaders ignored the people and signed a same-sex marriage bill into law, PreserveMarriageWashington.com was prepared. The group set its referendum movement into motion the minute same-sex marriage became official. Under state law,

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FRC: Farewell, Frappuccinos

Here are two excerpts from Rob Schwarzwalder’s column on his personal boycott of Starbucks. Schwarzwalder is a senior vice president for the Family Research Council. With Microsoft and several other major firms, Starbucks last month endorsed the effort of some

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The importance of marriage

Friends of the Family, Marriage between one man and one woman is the foundation for the healthy family. This has been proven time and time again by thousands of social science studies and by history itself. The married mother and

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Same-sex “marriage” repeal in New Hampshire debated

According to the Concord Monitor, it is the “libertarian caucus” within the Republican Party majority in the New Hampshire House that is seen as delaying a repeal of the Granite State’s same-sex “marriage” law. “It is certainly disappointing to me,”

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Marriage and St. Valentine's Day

Friends of the Family, With Valentine’s Day less than two weeks away, I hope most of you men have made your dinner reservations and at least thought of the gift you plan to give to your spouse. Although we usually

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Maine appeals court rules against NOM on donor list

An appeals court on Tuesday upheld Maine’s campaign disclosure law that requires the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) to release its donor list, though the group plans to take the case to the U.S. Supreme Court. The decision pertains to

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Boys raised by mom and dad earn higher marks

In a major study, researchers have found that family structures have a much more significant effect on boys’ early education than school type or even the gender of their teachers. The study, conducted by researchers from the University of Chicago

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