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Glenn Beck's Final Warning: Listen To Me Or America Is Doomed

On his radio show yesterday, Glenn Beck begged his listeners to tune in for his television program later in the day because he had an extremely important message to deliver, warning that if this one is ignored, America will cease to exist.

Last night on the show, Beck hauled out his trusty chalkboard so that he could recount how he has been right about every major development in the world over the last decade, claiming to have accurately warned about everything from 9/11 to the economic collapse of 2008 to the current border crisis, saying that he was mocked and ridiculed every time, only for all of these things to eventually come true.

"All of these things have happened now," Beck said, pointing to the timeline written on the chalkboard. "All of these things were insane to say at the time."

And now, because the world has not heeded all of Beck's previous warnings, time has finally run out and "we're at the end of the highway, this is it, this is it."

The only answer, of course, is love.

Living by "Gospel principles" is the only thing that can save this nation now, Beck proclaimed. "Live like Jesus":

CO State Senator Explains That Fracking Poses No Danger Because Having High Amounts Of Methane In The Water Is Totally Natural

A few weeks ago, Gordon Klingenschmitt attended the The Western Conservative Summit in Denver where he managed to score interviews with a variety of elected Republicans and conservative activists, which he has been featuring on his daily "Pray In Jesus Name" program.

On today's show, Klingenschmitt interviewed Colorado state Senator Randy Baumgardner, who defended the practice of fracking by declaring that having high amounts of methane in the water is totally natural.

"They talk about methane in the water and this, that, and the other," Baumgardner told Klingenschmitt, "but if you go back in history and look at how the Indians traveled, they traveled to the burning waters. And that was methane in the waters and that was for warmth in the wintertime. So a lot of people, if they just trace back the history, they'll know how a lot of this is propaganda":

Right Wing Round-Up - 8/11/14

  • Jeremy Hooper: GOP governors gaily canoodle brothers who equate homosexuality with satan; no homo.
  • Scott Kaufman @ Raw Story: Reality TV star Josh Duggar warns conservative Christians of Obama’s gay-friendly agenda.
  • Dorsey Shaw @ BuzzFeed: Sarah Palin’s Weirdest Argument Ever.
  • Alan Colmes: ‘War On Whites’ Congressman Says Republicans ‘Don’t Categorize People By Race.’
  • Matt Wilstein @ Mediaite: James O’Keefe Snuck Across the U.S.-Mexico Border Wearing an Osama bin Laden Mask.

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 8/11/14

  • Cindy Jacobs' United States Reformation Prayer Network is launching a "21-day intercessory initiative" to stop corruption in America.
  • Matt Barber claims that he is now wanted for hate crimes in Canada.
  • If you were thinking that Jonathan Cahn's prophetic "Harbinger" warnings couldn't get any more ridiculous, you were wrong.
  • Ralph Reed tells Gordon Klingenschmitt that his Faith and Freedom Coalition will be bigger than the Christian Coalition in its heyday and is currently signing up a thousand new members a day.
  • A good question: "Is Deadly Ebola Outbreak the First Bowl of ‘Revelation’ Judgment?""
  • Focus on the Family's Bruce Hausknecht is hopeful that the Supreme Court will redeem itself and restore its credibility by refusing to recognize gay marriage when it finally gets a chance to rule on the issue.
  • Finally, Peter LaBarbera is not happy that President Obama made a video appearance at the Gay Games: "Obama couldn’t care less what God and the Bible say about sodomy. But no matter how cool the Left and ‘gay’ activists try to make homosexual behavior, it will always be detestable in the eyes of our Creator."

Glenn Beck Is Not A Prophet, But He Plays One On TV

Convinced, as he always is, that all of his dire predictions are coming true, Glenn Beck begged his radio audience today to tune in to tonight's television broadcast because he has an extremely important and final warning to deliver; one that, if it is not heeded, will spell the end of America.

"I am not some prophet," Beck declared (which was news to us). "If you look, however, at my record, you would think that I am. I'm not. I look at the facts."

While other people are freaking out over what is happening today, Beck is always more worried about what is coming tomorrow because "the one gift that I do have is to see over the horizon" ... and what he sees coming our way next is absolute destruction.

"This is the last hurdle," he proclaimed. "If we don't listen to this last warning, if this exit is missed, we are done":

Notorious Pseudo-Historian David Barton Helps RNC Promote Its Campaign To Mobilize Religious Right Voters

Back in June, the Republican National Committee launched an effort to mobilize Religious Right voters heading into the midterm elections called GOPFaith.com, the goal of which is to mobilize tens of thousands of Religious Right activists on behalf of GOP candidates.

The RNC put South Carolina GOP chairman Chad Connelly in charge of the project and Connelly has been making the rounds of Religious Right radio programs to promote it and now radical right-wing pseudo-historian David Barton, who has a long history of working directly for the Republican Party, has filmed a video promoting the effort as well.

In the video, Barton asserted that the Founding Fathers all believed that religion ought to be central to America's public policy and cited various instances in which these early leaders called the nation to prayer before laughably declaring that, until now, evangelical voters had been "ignored by both parties."

"The good news now," Barton then announced, "is the Republican National Committee is no longer ignoring evangelicals or people of faith," pointing to the new GOPFaith.com effort as proof that the RNC is "now reaching out and saying 'hey, we're very comfortable with faith people, we want them involved, you have been involved, you've been the basis of America from the beginning.'" This GOP outreach effort, Barton insisted, now "gives us an even stronger reason to get involved in our churches to move people forward to support, as George Washington said, our foundations of religion and morality."

"If you want to see what can be done to help increase voter turnout in the faith community to get the right standards back in America," Barton said, concluding his pitch, "you can go to GOPFaith.com":

'ReaganBook Is Putting Freedom On The Offensive'

A few weeks ago, Janet Porter announced the creation of ReaganBook, which was designed to be a "Facebook for patriots" who were tired of being censored by the pro-gay liberals who run the actual Facebook.

Shortly after the word spread about this amazing new website, it was flooded by users who didn't seem to share Porter's love of Ronald Reagan and conservative activism, resulting in the entire thing being taken off-line while she worked to "tighten our security."

As of now, ReaganBook remains locked down as "we make the necessary changes to keep the site free from obscenity, pornography, and those intent on the destruction of life, liberty, and the family," but Porter still has big plans for her social networking site ... once she figures out how to keep everyone who disagrees with her from using it, which is a little ironic considering that it was Facebook's supposed censorship of opposing views that prompted Porter to launch ReaganBook in the first place:

ReaganBook is the brainchild of conservative activist Janet Porter, who said she decided to start a new network after seeing several pro-life, pro-Israel and anti-gay marriage posts blocked by Facebook. She is promoting the site as the conservative social media alternative.

"ReaganBook's purpose is to be what Facebook could've been but chose not to be," Porter told FoxNews.com.

ReaganBook will have many of the same features as Facebook including a newsfeed, groups and pages, according to Porter. She said ReaganBook's users will be able to create a profile similar to what they have on Facebook, and share links and photos.

But the network has had a rocky launch, as ReaganBook's free speech policy immediately backfired. Porter was forced to put the site into offline mode a few days after it began the initial testing phase on July 26, because it was overrun by Internet trolls.

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Porter said the haters actually prove the website is necessary and will serve its purpose -- once it gets better security in place. 

"I think there are some people that are threatened by freedom of speech," she said. "People are used to the silencing of all dissent. That's not what this country is founded on."

Porter cited many examples of conservatives who have been censored on Facebook in an informational packet about ReaganBook provided to FoxNews.com. One example, according to Porter, is former child star Kirk Cameron, who claimed last year Facebook blocked him from promoting his film "Unstoppable" because it was "spammy."

Porter also cited an example from LifeNews.com, which reported in 2012 that Facebook had removed a photo a pro-life activist posted of an abortion, but apologized for censoring a photo a pro-choice activist had posted.

A spokesman for Facebook declined to comment.

Porter said she hopes ReaganBook will "tear down walls of tyranny" she claims are preventing conservative views from being shared and create a community that will follow in President Reagan's footsteps in fighting injustice.

"ReaganBook is putting freedom on the offensive," she said.

ReaganBook is not affiliated with the Reagan family or the Reagan presidential library. Michael Reagan, the son of the 40th president, told FoxNews.com in an email he has "no idea" who is launching ReaganBook.

Deep Questions From 'Coach' Dave Daubenmire

A few weeks ago, "Coach" Dave Daubenmire penned a long column complaining that he regularly gets ridiculed for espousing conspiracy theories when what he is doing is just asking questions like "WHAT IF the President really did provide a fake birth certificate?" and "WHAT IF the FEMA camps were real and operational?"

Now Daubenmire has turned that column into video, saying that he is just fulfilling his patriotic duty by wondering "WHAT IF" terrorists did not bring down the buildings on 9/11 and "WHAT IF" there really is a plot to "homosexualize America" and "WHAT IF" Andrew Breitbart really was murdered and "WHAT IF" there really is a plan to create a One World Government?

People dismiss these ideas, Daubernmire insists, only because those who promote them are ridiculed as lunatics and conspiracy theorists ... "but what if those theories were true?"

Rick Scarborough: God Would Be Perfectly Justified In Nuking America Over Gay Ambassadors​

Vision America's Rick Scarborough recently spoke at a church in Florida as part of a "Give Me Liberty Tour" where he declared that every day that passes without God destroying this country is a miracle, especially since President Obama is appointing gay ambassadors to represent America before other nations.

"This thing could all come crashing down," Scarborough warned, saying that if a "series of dirty bombs" or one massive nuclear blast were to destroy America, it would be "perfectly just ... because we have squandered our grace in this country."

And to demonstrate just how vile this nation has become, Scarborough pointed to the fact that our foreign embassies celebrate LGBT Pride Month and that President Obama has appointed several gay ambassadors, agreeing with Islamic fundamentalists that American is now the "Great Satan."

"You want to know why the Arab world calls us the Great Satan?" he asked, rhetorically. "How far we have fallen! When will pastors and when will Christians stand up and say enough is enough?"

Right Wing Round-Up - 7/30/14

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