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Will you be considered a ‘highly rejecting’ parent?

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

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Yesterday’s Supreme Court win

My colleagues at Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) won a major victory for religious liberty at the Supreme Court yesterday.  The Court ruled in Trinity Lutheran that the state cannot exclude churches and other faith-based organizations from a government program simply

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Fight Back Against the Counseling Ban!

Yesterday’s hearing on the Counseling Ban bill should be a wake-up call to families.  The LGBTQ lobby was out in full force in an effort to push through legislation that would prevent children from getting the help they need to

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MFI on Fox25 Boston

Dear Friend of the Family, At 3:30 Friday afternoon I received a call from a Fox25 reporter asking if she could come by and interview me about the Counseling Ban legislation within the next hour.  I was grateful for the

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I Need Your Help to Fight the Counseling Ban

Last week I wrote to you about the threat of the Sexual Orientation Counseling Ban circulating on Beacon Hill.  Well, I was at the State House yesterday afternoon for the Celebration of Life Day (more on that below) when I received

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Harvard thinks biology is violence

Last week I wrote to you about the most recent attack on Gordon College and the unrelenting push of the LGBTQ agenda into Christian academia.  As I was discussing this with a fellow alumnus, he remarked that if Gordon were

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A pot of corporate gold at the end of a rainbow flag

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. 

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