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Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 5/26/15

  • Right-wing Catholic leaders are not happy that Ireland overwhelmingly voted to legalize gay marriage last week, with Deacon Keith Fournier declaring that "when an entire country freely chooses to reject both the laws of nature and of nature’s God, there will be consequences" and Father Shenan J. Boquet of Human Life International warning that "there is no sustainable peace for those who reject God’s law, and the effect on the traditionally Catholic nation of Ireland will be severe."
  • When Rick Perry makes his presidential announcement, he'll be surrounded by a gaggle of high profile Navy SEALS.
  • An interesting battle is shaping up between the NRA and right-wing pastors in North Carolina who support the state's ban on hunting on Sundays.
  • Matt Barber tells parents that they have been warned that gay Boy Scout leaders will molest their children: "If you leave your children in the Boy or Girls Scouts of America, anything that might happen is on your head."
  • Peter LaBarbera has now set his sights on The Leather Archives & Museum: "It glorifies the most heinous perversions, including pedophilia and incest. And nobody knows what's going on in there except the homosexual movement – and they try to keep it hidden."
  • Finally, last week, Cindy Jacobs' Generals International sent out an urgent message that "a prophetic intercessor was warned in a dream of a severe attack from ISIS, possibly targeting the Memorial Day Parade in Washington DC." No such attack took place, so we'll probably hear from Jacobs soon about how their prayers prevented it.

E.W. Jackson Preaches That Christians Must Support FRC's 'Missionary' Work In The United States

After losing his race for lieutenant governor of Virginia back in 2013, E.W. Jackson became a senior fellow with the Family Research Council and in that capacity, he spoke at FRC's "Watchmen on the Wall" conference last week, where he preached that those in attendance should be regularly donating to support FRC's "missionary" work to all of the non-Christians in America.

"It bothers me to think that my own country is a strange land," Jackson proclaimed. "I never thought that there would be a day when my nation would prosecute the Bible-believing Christian for standing for what the word of God says and reward those who come against it as if they are heroes, as if they are great Americans for standing up against God. But that's where we are. I never thought I would see the day where people would brag about their ability to destroy children in the womb, but that's exactly what we have today."

"It ought to make us weep," he continued. "Sometimes it seems like we're living in a foreign land ... There comes a time when we need to be willing to give. God so loved the world that he gave his only begotten son. Well, who should we give to, Bishop?  Well, I know that most of the churches in here probably have missionary budgets, but you know, I'm here to tell you today that there's a new mission field called the United States of America and that the Family Research Council is a mission organization. And we need to be prepared to give to help take the word of God to the lost and dying in the United States of America. We've got as many souls that need saving here as they have in Africa or Asia or anywhere else in the world. Increasingly, we've got people here who've never heard the Gospel of Jesus Christ and they need to hear it. We gotta give! We gotta give!"

Trent Franks: Democrats Who Vote Against 20-Week Abortion Ban Will Go To Their Graves Regretting It

Rep. Trent Franks, who has been leading the effort to outlaw abortion after 20 weeks, was a guest on "WallBuilders Live" today, where he declared that Democrats who vote against this legislation will go to their graves regretting their votes.

After acknowledging that the legislation will likely be vetoed by President Obama, the Arizona Republican fumed that Obama has "vitiated and completely undermined any claim that he has for any compassion for the innocent or the helpless."

Franks then declared that the results of the vote on this legislation in the House of Representatives would be "considered thoughtfully in history and really even in councils of eternity itself" and asserted that those who dared to vote against it would rue the day.

"I think that when those legislators who voted 'no' on this bill lay their head down on the pillow of the nursing home," Franks said, "and look back and realize that they missed one of the greatest opportunities that they ever had to affirm the miracle of life and the importance of protecting those who can't protect themselves, which was their purpose for being in Congress but they just didn't realize it":

Right Wing Round-Up - 5/22/15

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 5/22/15

  • Ted Cruz's presidential campaign is set to pick up the coveted endorsement of Rep. Louie Gohmert.
  • Jake MacAulay is "no longer a slave to my sinful disposition. Instead of admiring Jay Z and Beyoncé as the musically, and artistically talented superstars they are, I lament the message that they both promote in their music."
  • Matt Baber declares that support for gay marriage comes from "the father of lies — taking something that God has created, perverting it and falsifying it in order to push sin and immorality."
  • Father Peter West of Human Life International warns that "it would be a tragedy now if Ireland were to choose a path which ultimately brings about destruction of the family and society."
  • Finally, Sen. Mike Lee, Tony Perkins, and Ken Cuccinelli will be among the featured speakers "on the inaugural Media Research Center Caribbean cruise."

Boone: Approval Of Gay Rights Is A Sign Of God's Judgment On America

Wellington Boone is the sort of anti-gay pastor who laments that he can no longer call gay people "faggots" and suggests putting all of the "sodomites" on an island to see how long such a society can last, so naturally he was given a speaking slot today at the Family Research Council's "Watchmen on the Wall" conference, where he declared that acceptance of gay rights is a sign of God's judgment on this nation.

"How could a U.S. senator or a congressman or a Supreme Court justice make a decision that goes against the created order of God?" Boone asked. Citing a biblical passage in which God promised that five holy men would be able to defeat 10,000 enemies, Boone fumed that American society is being overrun by a small minority of gay activists, which is a sign of God's judgment.

Boone was especially outraged by the idea that the fight for gay rights can be compared in any way to the fight for civil rights.

"They're saying that what blacks have gone through," he thundered, "is the same as what gays have gone through? I say you're out of your mind! Blacks are a culture. If I decide I don't want to be black, I can't change that. But if you decide you don't want to be gay, you can repent of your sins and be changed in a divine instant":

FRC Spox: If SCOTUS Legalizes Gay Marriage 'It Will Result In Sexual Tyranny'

The Family Research Council's vice president for church ministries, Kenyn Cureton, opened yesterday's "Watchmen on the Wall" conference with a warning to pastors that if the Supreme Court strikes down gay marriage bans, then this nation will fall to "sexual tyranny."

"We're living in the midst of a rapidly escalating conflict in America today," Cureton said. "It's a war between light and darkness. It's a war between good and evil. It's a war between the God-given right to life and a culture of death. It's a war between biblical sexuality and the radical homosexual agenda. It's a war between our religious freedom and their desire to drive God out of government, Christ out of culture, and faith out of public life."

"If the Supreme Court rules gay marriage as the law of the land in all 50 states," he continued, "LGBT behavior will be elevated to a civil right and it will result in sexual tyranny that will trump our religious liberty. You mark it down":

Right Wing Round-Up - 5/21/15

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 5/21/15

  • Dave Daubenmire credits his prayer campaign for the dismissal of the latest case against creationist Kent Hovind.
  • The Kansas House voted to expand Kris Kobach's power to prosecute voter fraud cases.
  • Alex McFarland is alarmed by polls showing that Americans would rather have a gay president than an evangelical one: "So what the American people are essentially saying is 'we want a president who doesn't believe in moral boundaries. We would rather have a president that was ethically amoral rather than dependent on the God of our founding fathers.'"
  • Glenn Beck dedicated his entire radio program today debating the issue of marijuana legalization.
  • Congratulations to Carol Paul, wife of Ron Paul, for being named the Eagle Forum's "2015 Full- Time Homemaker Of The Year."
  • Finally, Mat Staver says that "President Obama must hate America because his hostility towards Israel will bring a curse on our country ... President Obama is playing with fire and he is dragging every American citizen with him into the pit of Hell."

Fischer: Incest Has Been 'Normalized And Legalized' In Pennsylvania Thanks To Gay Marriage

Back in 2000, a gay couple who had been been together for decades and registered as domestic partners in New York City moved to Pennsylvania, where gay marriage was illegal and their relationship was not legally recognized. Concerned about protecting their legal rights when it came to issues of inheritance and estate planning, the two men followed the advice of their lawyer and became legally related through adoption.

Last year, Pennsylvania's law banning gay marriage was struck down and so this couple dissolved their adoption decree and are now planning on getting legally married .... and Bryan Fischer is predictably freaking out, saying that the state of Pennsylvania has now legalized incest.

"We talk about pedophilia is coming, bestiality is going to be down the road, and we've talked about incest and I think incest is going to be one of the dominos that is soon to fall," Fischer said on his radio program today. "In fact, it already has in Pennsylvania."

Outraged that Pennsylvania would even allow the two men to enter into such a relationship in the first place, Fischer declared that it created a situation where "someone who is legally a father sleeping, enjoying carnal relations with somebody who legally is his son. What is that? That's incest."

"Now you have the normalization, through the homosexual agenda" of incest, Fischer said. "You're going to have incest that's been normalized and legalized [and] a father and a son will be allowed to enter into a homosexual marriage. Again, as we said, now incest is being normalized. There is just no place to stop":

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