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Dr. Paul Church featured on Fox News

I know many of you have been closely following the ordeal of Dr. Paul Church, the Harvard affiliated physician who was ousted from his practice at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center for speaking up about the health risks of

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Catholic all-girls school must hire active homosexual

Two major assaults on religious liberty have occurred this week in Massachusetts. Please see my article in the NewBostonPost on yesterday’s decision to force Catholic schools to hire homosexuals as well as Dr. Church losing his appeal because of his stand on

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Support for Religious Liberty

As the fight for religious liberty rages on, be encouraged in knowing that people of faith are standing for truth and morality in the public square—and they’re receiving faithful support. According to the NewBostonPost, Kentucky clerk Kim Davis, who was jailed

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Kim Davis is free… for now

While Americans all across the country were celebrating the last few days of summer freedom over the weekend, there was a case in Kentucky that may be pointing to the end of our long season of religious freedom in America.  Friday

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Religious Freedom in Lawrence

This past Friday, MFI’s allies at Liberty Counsel won a victory in Massachusetts for religious freedom.  President Anita Staver had sought to hold a lecture on American history from a religious viewpoint in a meeting room of the Lawrence Public

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Air Strike on Public Faith

You may have heard in the news this week that an Air Force Major General, stationed right here in MA at Hanscom AFB, is being threatened with court martial for talking about his faith in public.  As hard as that may

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Judge tells RI school to take down prayer banner

According to U.S. District Court Judge Ronald Lagueux, a prayer banner hanging at Cranston West High School had to be removed immediately. According to the Justice’s decision, “The purpose of the prayer banner was clearly religious in nature,” and that

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SCOTUS upholds parents’ rights, religious liberty

On Monday, the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) dismissed a lawsuit challenging Arizona’s provision of tax credits for contributions to private-schools – even religious schools. The 5-4 decision held that opponents of the 14-year-old program lacked legal “standing”

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