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Klingenschmitt Praises Fayetteville For Repealing Non-Discrimination Ordinance By Voting 'Against The Devil'

Earlier this month, residents in Fayetteville, Arkansas, voted to repeal a non-discrimination ordinance that anti-gay activists claimed would have allowed male sex offenders to use women's restrooms. Now, Gordon Klingenschmitt is predictably elated that Christians in the city stood up and voted "against the Devil."

Klingenschmitt praised the vote on a recent "Pray In Jesus Name" program, saying that the ordinance was the result of a demonic spirit of anti-Christian persecution that seek to force Christians to "fork over their children" so they can be indoctrinated into sin.

But fortunately, Klingenschmitt said, Christians in Fayetteville "took a stand ... and voted 52-48 against the Devil" by repealing the non-discrimination ordinance:

Barber: Non-Discrimination Policies Are Discriminatory Against Christians

After refusing to comply with San Jose State University’s non-discrimination policy earlier this year, the school’s InterVarsity Christian Fellowship chapter lost its status as an officially recognized campus organization and Matt Barber is outraged, fuming on a recent "Faith and Freedom" radio program that Christians are becoming open targets for discrimination all over America.

As Barber sees it, not allowing Christians to discriminate against gays is itself discrimination against Christians.

"It's an excuse to discriminate against Christians," Barber said of such non-discrimination policies, "that's all it is and it's stupid. It's just plain stupid. Imagine going to the African American organization on your campus and saying that you have to allow an open, avowed white supremacist as the leader of this African American organization, maybe a student branch of the NAACP. That is no different than what we are talking about here, but because it's Christians, and this is the truth, really the last group here in the United States that is fair game, that is an open target for discrimination such as this are Christians":

Right Wing Round-Up - 12/23/14

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 12/23/14

  • Gov. Bobby Jindal is inviting pastors to attend his "The Response" prayer rally by telling them that "the time has come for pastors to lead the way and reset the course of American governance."
  • The IRS investigation carried out by House Republicans did not find any link to the White House.
  • In a long and rambling Facebook post, Glenn Beck lays out his theory that The Hobbits are a lot like Americans ... or something.
  • A Canadian judge has found Peter LaBarbera not guilty of "mischief" after he was arrested there earlier this year.
  • Don Boys says Christians are under attack from "heathens, homosexuals, and humanists."
  • Finally, Mike Huckabee is apparently set to be a guest on Jim Bakker's television program early next year.

Barton: The Founding Fathers Opposed The Theory Of Evolution, Which Was Established In 500 B.C.

Back in October, David Barton spoke at First Christian Church in Kernersville, North Carolina, during which he doubled down on his infamous claim that the Founding Fathers opposed the teaching of evolution, despite the fact that Charles Darwin didn't even come up with the theory until several decades after America was founded.

How is this possible, you ask?

Well, according to Barton, the theory of evolution was established way back in 500 B.C. and so the Founding Fathers knew all about it nearly a century before Darwin wrote his book.

As Barton explained, the Founding Fathers took positions on everything from the legality of abortion to gays in the military long before those topics became contentious culture war issues in the Twentieth Century. And since the Bible says that "there is nothing new under the sun," it stands to reason that the Founding Fathers also opposed evolution.

"Did you know the Founding Fathers had extensive writings on the problems with evolution and why creationism was right?" Barton asked. "You think evolution came in with Darwin? No, no, no. Everything Darwin argued had been established 500 years B.C. All Darwin did was take all the evolutionary thought that was out there and put it in one book to make it really easy to read. That wasn't original thinking by Darwin. It was there by 500 B.C. That's why the Founding Fathers had huge writings on evolution and creation":

Camenker: Gay Student Clubs Love To Recruit 'Kids From Christian Backgrounds'

Gordon Klingenschmitt recently interviewed Brian Camenker of the anti-gay group MassResistance on his "Pray In Jesus Name" program where the two men warned that LGBT-themed clubs in public schools are bent on recruiting "vulnerable" Christian students.

When Klingenschmitt asked Camenker if there is an effort afoot in Massachusetts public schools to use taxpayer dollars "to recruit the children of Christians" into homosexuality, Camenker assured him that there certainly is.

"I have seen over the years, a movement of, in general, where you have kids who are very vulnerable, maybe having troubles at home, maybe having their own issues and the gay clubs will say 'the reason you're not fitting in is because you're really gay,'" Camenker said. "And they will take them under their wing and they will persuade them to come out because this is who you really are. And pretty soon these kids are getting involved in these really horrible behaviors, horrible things at the meetings. We've seen it up close and we've seen the anxiety that the parents go through when their kids are suddenly taken over by this."

"Yes, they love getting kids from Christian backgrounds," he continued. "That seems to be something that they particularly enjoy to do":

Right Wing Round-Up - 12/22/14

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 12/2214

  • WND reports that David Barton won a million dollar settlement in a defamation lawsuit he filed against two Texas school board candidates who ran ads asserting that he was "known for speaking at white-supremacist rallies."
  • Phyllis Schlafly says that "leftwing universities hate Christian groups because they hate the universities hate the Christian message."
  • Matt Barber boldly announces that he is "no longer a Republican." Oh no! How will the GOP survive?
  • Anyone who actually believes that Glenn Beck has changed has obviously not been paying attention.
  • A typically smart take from Pamela Geller: "What do all of these disparate players – Obama, de Blasio, Sharpton, CAIR – have in common? A shared goal: the destruction of America."
  • Finally, Theodore Shoebat takes to Barbwire.com to declare that "the homosexual agenda must be destroyed, and Christian civilization must triumph over this darkness."

California Pastor Warns America Is Turning Into Nazi Germany Unless Pastors Get Involved In Politics

Pastor Rob McCoy of Calvary Chapel Thousand Oaks in California was the guest on today's "WallBuilders Live" radio broadcast, discussing his recent unsuccessful effort to win a seat in the state assembly. Despite losing his race, McCoy spun his campaign as a victory by claiming that Democrats were so terrified that he might win that the party had to spend millions of dollars to defeat him, thereby draining money from other races in the state and costing the party several seats.

McCoy was very encouraged by his showing in the race, but was even more energized by his participation in a recent tour of Europe led by Mike Huckabee and bankrolled by David Lane which he said made him realize that if more pastors do not get involved in politics by running for office, America could turn into Nazi Germany.

"We were at Auschwitz and Birkenau at the death camps and we came to realize thirty two SS guards killed nine hundred thousand Jews," McCoy said. "You're either committed or you're compromised and we stood there, a hundred and ten pastors, realizing that if we don't speak up, we're going to watch those rail cars just annihilate our culture and we're going to be held captive by a minority and we have a responsibility to speak up":

Fischer: Obama 'Just Doing A Solid' For His Fellow Communists By Restoring Ties With Cuba

On his radio broadcast on Friday, Bryan Fischer offered a rather straightforward explanation for why President Obama recently took steps to restore ties with Cuba: he is "just doing a solid" for his fellow communists.

Even though Fischer himself called for an end to the embargo after taking his own trip to Cuba earlier this year, he's pretty sure that Obama is only doing so because of his communist sympathies.

"I think, frankly, Barack Obama sees that he's in the same fraternity with Fidel Castro," Fischer said. "They are fellow communists. I think he envies Castro; Castro has an authority that he can only dream of possessing, so I think he is just doing a solid to another member of the communist dictator club, or communist dictator wannabe club."

Fischer then cited a column that appeared a few years ago in Pravda as proof that Obama is a communist, saying that Obama "is following in the footsteps of Marx, it's the Marxist ideology, the Marxist agenda that he is trying to implement, so let's be honest, this guy is a communist. No matter what you want to call him, he's just a communist":

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