Author Archives: KrisMineau

Bathroom Bill ads hit the airwaves

Today, MFI launched a series of radio ads on local stations to educate citizens about the dangers of the Bathroom Bill. As the announcer says, “Legislators are gambling with our safety by cutting backroom deals. The ‘Bathroom Bill’ will open up all public restrooms and school locker rooms to anyone of either sex.”

:60 Second Version

:30 Second Version


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Scott Brown – The 58th Vote

(oh yeah,  I’m still an editor….. – promoted by Paul R. Ferro) When Scott Brown campaigned for U.S. Senate, there wasn’t a rally or speech he gave that he didn’t remind people that he would be the 41st vote against Obamacare, a vote that would have kept the government takeover of healthcare from becoming law. Congress found a way around…

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MFI presents “Faith of the Patriots”

Despite what history revisionists and those who bow down at the altar of the “separation of church and state” put out in their propaganda, our Founding Fathers had a strong Christian faith and that faith played a pivotal role in the birth of our nation.  On Sunday, April 17, MFI will partner with WallBuilders for “Faith of the Patriots” at…

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Kris and Lura Mineau on Valentine’s Day

In the latest edition of MFI:60 with Kris Mineau, I am joined by my wife of 45 years to discuss love, marriage and commitment. Marriage is the union of one man and one woman joined together for life. I have been blessed with an amazing wife, four children and ten grandchildren.

MFI is committed to continuing the fight for marriage…

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Call on Congress to uphold “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”

In the latest edition of MFI:60, I defend the military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” law that has recently come under attack in Washington, D.C. President Barack Obama used his State of the Union address to call for its repeal, and his Secretary of Defense Robert Gates testified in support of the repeal in a hearing today before the Armed Services…

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U.S. Senate voter guide on family issues

Massachusetts Family Institute, as a 501(c)3 tax-exempt organization cannot endorse or support any candidate in this or any race. However, in an effort to help voters cast an educated vote on Tuesday, January 19th, we have compiled the following Voter Guide. This Voter Guide was prepared according to IRS guidelines for distribution by 501(c)3 non-profits and churches. Click Here to…

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