The Greater Boston Friends of Camp Constitution recently hosted Mr. Brian Camenker of Mass Resistance at the Lane House in Lexington, MA. Prior to Brian’s presentation, Mr. Thurman Smith makes a short presentation on his recent book Supreme Damage. https://www.amazon.com/Supreme-Damage-Representative-Government-Overreach-ebook/dp/B07XJZP7QR/
A leading pro-family activist organization, MassResistance provides the information and guidance people need to confront assaults on the traditional family, school children, and the moral foundation of society. Based in Massachusetts, we have supporters and activists in all 50 states, Puerto Rico, and several foreign countries. The group was founded in 1995 as Parents’ Rights Coalition. Under the name Article 8 Alliance during the “gay marriage” crisis in Massachusetts, we worked to have the Mass. Supreme Court ruling voided and to stop Gov. Romney from implementing the unconstitutional ruling. We adopted the name MassResistance in 2006 when our role as the true resistance to tyrannical government became clear. (See our 2017 article at American Thinker, “On the Meaning of “Resistance”.) Since we were in the first state to see homosexual activism in the schools and “gay marriage,” we thoroughly understood the threat of sexual radicalism, curtailed freedom of speech, uneven application of the law, judicial activism, and post-constitutional government. Their website: https://massresistance.org/
Brian Camenker has been the Director of our organization from its founding and is its main reporter. Amy Contrada joined the group in 2004 and contributes research and writing. Many dedicated staff and volunteers have kept us going.