FRC

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 10/15/15

  • Erik Rush warns that "orchestrated rioting among blacks nationwide may ultimately be the pretext for Barack Hussein Obama implementing martial law in the United States." 
  • Russell Moore says that pastors who do not preach against legal abortion are no different than pastors who refused to condemn slavery or lynching.
  • Cindy Jacobs asserts that school shootings are a direct result of removing prayer from public schools because "prayer held the evil one at bay, prohibiting him from creating havoc in our schools and culture."
  • FRC prays for the passage of the First Amendment Defense Act and against the passage of the Equality Act.
  • Finally, Wayne Allyn Root is convinced that this week's Democratic debate was a sham: "I could tell Hillary's answers were all scripted. She clearly was given questions in advance. This is GIGANTIC scandal."

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 4/2/15

  • FRC and NOM are both urging Indiana Gov. Mike Pence to veto legislation designed to clarify the state law that allows businesses to engage in discrimination in the name of "religious freedom."
  • Matt Barber likewise writes an open letter to Gov. Pence, apparently believing himself to be the chosen representative of all Christians.
  • Tucker Carlson won't allow anyone at his Daily Caller website to criticize Fox News because he works at Fox News and he just "doesn't know what to do about" that obvious conflict.
  • Why is this "7 Reasons Same-Sex 'Marriage' Isn’t Conservative, or Marriage" piece being credited to James Robison when it appeared last week on The Stream, written by Jay Richards?
  • Finally, Willie Robertson is an American hero: "'Duck Dynasty's' Willie Robertson Collaborates With Openly Gay and Married Production Director for 'Duck Commander Musical.'"

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PFAW

PFAW Releases New Toolkit on the Employment Non-Discrimination Act

First introduced in 1994, ENDA has been introduced in every subsequent session of Congress except one, including its introduction this April by a bipartisan group of lawmakers in the House and Senate. Advocates in Congress and on the ground believe that the growing momentum surrounding LGBT equality should help ENDA move forward this year.
PFAW

Employment Non-Discrimination Act: Judging Employees by Their Work Performance, Not by Who They Are or Who They Love

First introduced in 1994, ENDA has been introduced in every subsequent session of Congress except one, including its introduction this April by a bipartisan group of lawmakers in the House and Senate. Advocates in Congress and on the ground believe that the growing momentum surrounding LGBT equality should help ENDA move forward this year.
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