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Defending Parental Rights in Ludlow, MA

Last week, I filed a lawsuit in federal court on behalf of two families against public school officials in Ludlow, MA. The families are suing for violations of their parental rights stemming from a district policy prohibiting school staff from

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When Harry Became Sally

Recently we wrote about the transgender pandemic targeting our children. At MFI, we’re helping educate parents on the truth about transgenderism, and letting them know they are not alone in trying to protect their children from it. That’s why we

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This Pandemic Targets Children

Transgenderism is a communicable disease, and it is raging like wildfire through our children – especially young girls.  I recently spoke with a parent in MA whose teenage daughter identified as “trans,” and now the state Department of Children and

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Support MFI Tomorrow on #Giving Tuesday

All over the country on November 30th Americans participate in #GivingTuesday. This online celebration provides an opportunity to give back to local non-profits who are making a difference in the community. For 30 years, MFI has been on the front

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Continued Success in Worcester!

We are confident that concerned parents in Worcester will accomplish this year the most effective OPT OUT of Sex Education movement we have ever seen in Massachusetts!  Watch out Planned Parenthood!  You’ve more than met your match with Worcester parents!

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Sex Ed Mandate On The Move

Get ready. Unfortunately, it is once again time to fight against the Sex Ed bills. Last week, the Sex Ed Mandate bills were voted out of their original committee and sent to the Senate Ways and Means Committee. Typically, this

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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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