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Posts from June 2011

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The Home Depot digs in on gay agenda

by mafamily

When you have a home improvement project to tackle, you usually have two choices of major hardware outlets to get what you need: Lowe’s and The Home Depot. While both stores may appear to be very similar, they couldn’t be further apart when it comes to the homosexual agenda and gay marriage. One would think […]

A New York state of chaos

by mafamily

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 “Benedict Arnolds” flipped their votes, robbing the citizens of Massachusetts their opportunity to define marriage […]

Mainers fighting new casinos

by mafamily

  The fight in Massachusetts over expanded predatory gambling is ongoing as the power players on Beacon Hill meet behind clothes doors. Meanwhile in Maine, gambling interests had been pressuring the governor and legislature to approve a casino without putting it to the people for a vote first. The lobbyists did not get their way, […]

Lesbian child custody dispute goes international

by mafamily

In 2003, Lisa Miller broke up with her lesbian partner, Janet Jenkins, with whom she had a civil union in Vermont and subsequently had a daughter through artificial insemination. Miller subsequently became a Christian, renounced her homosexuality and got a divorce, but Jenkins was given partial custody of the child. In 2009, because Jenkins’ lesbian […]

GLSEN awarded more taxpayer dollars

by mafamily

According to our friends at CitizenLink.com, the federal government will now officially—for the next 5 years—fund one of the largest gay activists groups in the nation devoted to promoting homosexuality to public school kids of all ages. GLSEN (Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network) has been award an annually renewable grant from the CDC funding […]

When schools teach sex to students

by mafamily

Friends of the Family, It used to be that schools taught only the “Three R’s”: Reading, Writing and Arithmetic. Those were the days! Unfortunately, we continue to move further and further away from that, and parents’ rights are paying the price. The Fitchburg School Committee is facing a legal complaint from the mother of two […]

Despite DiMasi conviction, casino dealings go behind closed doors

by mafamily

With the conflict of interest conviction of former House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi last week, transparency in government is once again front and center. But no one seems to have informed current Speaker DeLeo, Senate President Murray or Governor Patrick.   The Boston Globe pointed out yesterday that Speaker DeLeo stood outside his office last week […]

GLAAD head Barrios steps down in midst of scandal

by mafamily

What does the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) have to do with a telecom mega-merger? Not much – which is why GLAAD is in such hot water. The organization lent its support to a deal between AT&T and T-Mobile after the group banked a $50,000 donation from AT&T, giving the appearance the group […]

Media misleads on new polling on same-sex “marriage”

by mafamily

The media was more than excited to report on a recent poll that showed for the first time that the majority of Americans supported same-sex “marriage.” However, a new poll out from Public Opinion Strategies (POS) says otherwise. It found that 62 percent of Americans agreed with the statement, “I believe marriage should be defined […]

NH governor vetoes parental notification

by mafamily

At the end of last week, Gov. John Lynch (D-NH) vetoed a bill that would allow parents to know when their underage daughter is considering an abortion. Lynch claimed the bill was unclear and too narrow, even though it was written to conform to federal court decisions on what should and should not be included […]