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New Rules on MA Bathroom Law

I had the opportunity to speak to a gathering of about 75 pastors this week on the issue of religious liberty.  Specifically, they wanted to know about the bathroom bill, and what it means for their churches and communities.  I explained the threat

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LGBTQ and “We don’t know who will be next…”

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

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“Hold-it Healey” is only Trans-tolerant

The past two weeks in MA have witnessed the explosion of transgender power and hubris onto the political stage.  First, at a LGBT networking event in Boston, Governor Charlie Baker was booed off the stage by outraged transgender activists demanding that he

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What Comes After “T”

Finally, just as we saw this transgender fight descend upon us immediately after the same-sex marriage decision in Massachusetts, (and the same is happening nationally) it is becoming increasingly clear that LGBT activists will not stop at the “T.” Noah Feldman,

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I ‘mis-gendered’ Bruce Jenner

Last week on NECN, I referred to men’s Olympic decathlon champion Bruce Jenner as, well, a man.  Apparently, I am guilty of having “misgendered” him, because we are all now expected to call him “Caitlyn” and refer to him as

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MFI Weighs in on RFRA

Last week I was called upon to debate the Indiana Religious Freedom Restoration Act on NECN.  You can watch that six-minute segment here.  My opponent’s strategy was to say the word ‘discrimination’ as much as possible, particularly when faced with questions he

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