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They ARE “coming for your children!”

When I debated a lesbian activist on the Dan Rea Show and claimed (correctly, as it turns out – see Somerville and Cambridge) that legal affirmation of same-sex “marriage” would lead to polygamy, I was accused of “fear-mongering,” among other

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Tomorrow: Sex Ed Mandate Hearing!

The Joint Committee on Education announced a hearing on HB 673 and SB 318 “An Act Relative to Healthy Youth,” a euphemism for the Sex Ed Mandate. The virtual hearing will be tomorrow, Thursday, May 20th at 12:00 PM. Click

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Babies For Those Who Won’t Make Them

Over the last week, I have sent you a couple of emails with the headline “Think This World Has Gone Mad?!” and encouraged you to join our virtual book club that will discuss Live Not by Lies, A Manual for Christian

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Starting Soon: the MFI Book Club

Over the weekend, author Ryan T. Anderson became the latest victim in big tech’s purge of conservative voices.  Anderson, who currently serves as president of the Ethics and Public Policy Center, wrote the bestselling “When Harry Became Sally: Responding to

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Kill The Bill, Not The Baby

On Friday, the MA State Senate doubled-down on the Infanticide Act, by a vote of 32 to 8. (You can see how your senator voted here).  The MA House had already done the same on Wednesday.  (Vote tallies here). This

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Governor LePage VETOES Counseling Ban

Our neighbors to the north are fortunate to have a Governor like Paul LePage.  Last week, he vetoed Maine’s version of the Counseling Ban. In conjunction with his veto, which was sustained earlier this week by Maine’s House of Representatives,

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Thank you for making Lobby Day a success!

On Tuesday of this week, we held our annual Pro-Family Lobby Day in Boston. Pastors and concerned citizens from churches all over the Commonwealth (including a bus from Springfield!) came to learn about key legislation affecting parental rights and religious

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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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