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Making Right Beth Bye’s Backbite
1 year ago

Making Right Beth Bye’s Backbite

“What a sweet victory” said the Catholic League of Andrew McDonald’s defeat for Chief Justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court. To us here at FIC, it marked the limits of gay …
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Our Ruling Elites Intend to Crush Us
2 years ago

Our Ruling Elites Intend to Crush Us

That is my takeaway from having spent all day Friday at a UConn Law School symposium on the clash between same-sex marriage and religious liberty. It was laid bare not by the …
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Flexer Doubles Down on Defamation
2 years ago

Flexer Doubles Down on Defamation

State Senator Mae Flexer responded yesterday to FIC’s request that she apologize to Vice President Pence with the usual smoke screens, attacking FIC for supporting the right of a child …
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Tell Sen. Flexer: Apologize to Vice President Pence
2 years ago

Tell Sen. Flexer: Apologize to Vice President Pence

We know anti-family activists are angry because they lost ground in the last election. We know they are behaving at the state Capitol in ways we have never seen before.


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Big Suicide Attacks Little Sisters of the Poor
3 years ago

Big Suicide Attacks Little Sisters of the Poor

Compassion & Choices — the George-Soros funded assisted suicide lobbying group formerly known as the Hemlock Society — has filed an amicus curiae brief in the Zubik v. Burwell case, or the …
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Gov. Malloy, Pope Francis and 40 Days for Life
4 years ago

Gov. Malloy, Pope Francis and 40 Days for Life

Recognizing, of course, that we are all sinners (Romans 3:23) and that Pope Francis himself is a figure of controversy on the Right, Family Institute of Connecticut is nevertheless delighted …
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Overcoming religious stereotypes.
4 years ago

Overcoming religious stereotypes.

In today’s edition of the Sunday Hartford Courant (March 22, 2015), political reporter Daniela Altimari devotes an article to covering the response to assisted suicide by one opponent – the …
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