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Happy Independence Day

Fellow Patriots,   This weekend we commemorate the birth of the greatest country on Earth. With fireworks, parades and backyard cookouts, Americans will celebrate the stars and stripes and the values and freedoms that we have come to be known

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A New York state of chaos

Friends of the Family, Watching as Republican senators in New York caved to pressure from the governor and other state leaders on same-sex “marriage” brought back the sadness and anger that we all felt on June 14, 2007 when seven

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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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SCOTUS upholds parents’ rights, religious liberty

On Monday, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) dismissed a lawsuit challenging Arizona’s provision of tax credits for contributions to private-schools – even religious schools. The 5-4 decision held that opponents of the 14-year-old program lacked legal “standing”

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MA School district threatens to deny homeschooling

According to our friends at the Home School Legal Defense Association, a Massachusetts school district has threatened to deny homeschooling approval for families who do not submit to no-notice mid-year assessments. Chicopee Public Schools Assistant for Curriculum and Staff Development

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Rick Santorum talks about faith in public service in Newton

  Former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum (R-Pennsylvania), while speaking at a Catholic Citizenship event, criticized former president and Massachusetts native John F. Kennedy for marginalizing religion in public life with a speech during the presidential election of 1960. That speech,

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