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Traditional Families Dubbed “Unfair”

A recent interview with philosopher and professor Adam Swift touted the conclusion that traditional families where children are raised by a married mother and father create an unfair advantage for those children over their contemporaries from unmarried parents.  I agree.  As

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Marriage On Trial

For two and a half hours Tuesday, the Supreme Court of the United States heard oral argument on the question of redefining marriage.  The court considered two legal issues: first, whether there is a fundamental right to same-sex marriage, and second, whether

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The Children Have Spoken

In less than two weeks, the Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in cases that will lead to a national decision about gay marriage. Whatever that decision is, the ruling will ultimately impact our country for generations to come. With LGBT

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Sealed with a Kiss – Spoken Word by Ashley King

Local Massachusetts writer, teacher and home school mother Ashley King has a passion for challenging people to stand for Biblical truth, and one of the many ways she acts on this passion is through “spoken word,” a powerful form of on-stage poetry.

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Same-sex “marriage” repeal in New Hampshire debated

According to the Concord Monitor, it is the “libertarian caucus” within the Republican Party majority in the New Hampshire House that is seen as delaying a repeal of the Granite State’s same-sex “marriage” law. “It is certainly disappointing to me,”

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Marriage and St. Valentine's Day

Friends of the Family, With Valentine’s Day less than two weeks away, I hope most of you men have made your dinner reservations and at least thought of the gift you plan to give to your spouse. Although we usually

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Senate Judiciary calls for DOMA repeal

Today, Senate Democrats officially took sides on DOMA by voting 10-8 in the Judiciary Committee to support the misnamed “Respect for Marriage Act” that would repeal the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA). The vote was along strict party lines

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Fight to keep DOMA heats up in Washington

Dear Friends of the Family, In Washington, where you would think our elected officials would be hard at work trying to get people back to work and the economy humming again, they are instead placating a well-funded special interest group

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Rick Perry addresses MFI’s sister organization in NH

Texas Gov. Rick Perry addressed our sister organization’s annual banquet last Friday evening in Concord, and I was there for the celebration as well. Cornerstone Action, the advocacy arm of New Hampshire family policy council, hosted the president candidate, and

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