Act Today: Oppose the Counseling Ban

While our legislature continues to do little to help working families, they’re bending over backwards to enact an agenda touted by the radical left. Leftists groups here in Massachusetts are organizing to continue pushing the legislature in the wrong direction, and we need your help to stop them. In just a few days, the legislative committee deadline day will be…

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Join Pioneer for Special Film Screenings of “Big Sacrifices, Big Dreams”

We hope you’ll join Pioneer Institute next week during Catholic Schools week for a screening of “Big Sacrifices, Big Dreams,” a new documentary about our education system. “Big Sacrifices, Big Dreams” profiles four American families, two of which are from Massachusetts. Their pursuit of educational opportunity is impeded by so-called Blaine Amendments, which prohibit state money from supporting families sending…

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The Conversation, Episode 3 — Amateur Hour With Darius Mitchell. Guest-Starring Rachel Miselman

Update: I’ll be the first to say it: This was a garbage interview. The volume levels between me and Darius are wildly disparate. At times you can hear me struggling to weave some meaning out of the seemingly aimless discussion. Awkward pauses punctuated by the chirp of Darius’s smoke alarm. However… I had fun. And I especially enjoyed the running…

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The Conversation, Episode 2 – There Hugo Again

As any of the useless apparatchiks of the Mass GOP would glibly tell you, John Hugo’s campaign to replace the 5th congressional district’s Congresswoman Kathrine Clark looks like a lost cause. For frame of reference: Not one of the 24 municipalities in the 5th district went to Trump, and in most of them he didn’t even come close. In Cambridge,…

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Marching for Life

Today hundreds of thousands of people from across our country rallied in Washington, DC in support of life. They were joined by our President (via satellite) and senior leaders in our government, and touted the great strides we’ve taken in the last year as a nation with leaders now committed to protecting life. Here in Massachusetts we have our own…

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