Peter LaBarbera

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 11/20/15

  • Peter LaBarbera attacks Target for supporting the Equality Act or, as he refers to it, the "Criminalizing Christianity Act" or "Homosexual Superiority Act."
  • Bruce Engelman of Triumph Baptist Church is calling on "Christians across the globe to unite and to demand a public apology for the remarks that President Obama has made in Turkey, and elsewhere this week, denigrating evangelical Christians of all faiths and stripes."
  • A typically reasonable column from BarbWire's Gina Miller: "None of what Barack Obama (or whatever his name is) does makes sense, unless you realize that he is a tool of the devil. His motivation is to do the evil will of his spiritual father, who hates everything of God."
  • Matt Barber says the fact that the National Portrait Gallery is displaying a photo of transgender activist Sylvia Rivera "establishes once again how far America has fallen from grace, that we are a nation in rebellion against God."
  • Finally, Theodore Shoebat once again insists that gays must be put to death: "In the sodomite utopia, children, youths and young men would be raped; pederasty would be completely acceptable, and not only that, it would be mandatory. This is the truth and this is why the Bible says that sodomites are to be put to death. They are all evil and slaves to the darkness. Its not just Muslims that we should expose, but the sodomites."

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 11/13/15

  • Glenn Beck has now completely dropped his principled opposition to the use of boycotts, declaring on his radio program today that "the time has come for boycotts."
  • Speaking of Beck, isn't his assertion that Ted Cruz possesses an "audiographic memory" that allows him to exactly repeat anything he hears verbatim because it "imprints on him an audio file" somewhat undercut by the fact that Cruz was unable to perfectly reenact a scene from "The Princess Bride"?
  • Burt Prelutsky says that "more and more, as you look around the world or at our own political landscape, it seems to be the case that Satan has thrown open the doors and furloughed the worst offenders, perhaps following the lead of his friend and close associate, Barack Obama, who is doing his best to release killers, rapists and terrorists from our prisons and from Guantanamo."
  • Bradlee Dean blasts the "American people who have tolerated those who have committed the crimes of a foreign, Third-World dictator in their own country."
  • Finally, Peter LaBarbera says that "in most cases open homosexuals who gain elected office end up promoting homosexuality, because they have this desperate need to rationalize their sexual sin."

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 11/12/15

  • Peter LaBarbera is apparently relocating the headquarters of his Americans For Truth About Homosexuality organization to Washington, D.C.
  • Paul Hair says "I revere the American Founding and love humanity. Thus, I hate what America has become."
  • A Republican state legislator is targeting the University of Missouri for daring to research the question of whether a state law requiring a 72-hour waiting period for abortions is effective. 
  • FRC prays against Planned Parenthood: "May the right actions of Congress and the prayers of your people mitigate the judgment that is now upon America."
  • Finally, Gordon Klingenschmitt says that a court victory for Christian street preachers who were harassed while preaching at an Arab-American festival is also a victory for Muslims "because now they have a right to hear the gospel of Jesus Christ which can save their souls from Hell."

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 11/3/15

  • Recently released tax scofflaw Kent Hovind told Bryan Fischer today that he intends to sue the federal government for $9 million for false imprisonment (a million dollars for every year he spent behind bars).
  • Speaking of Fischer, he has some concerns that Ben Carson may not be anti-gay enough.
  • Similarly, Peter LaBarbera is worried that one of Marco Rubio's billionaire backers is too pro-gay: "I think this is very dangerous, and the whole party is trending in a pro-gay direction – so there's a lot to worry about ... It doesn't matter if you're a Republican: if you're supporting the homosexual agenda, that's just as evil as if a Democrat is doing it."
  • The Montana Supreme Court's Office of Disciplinary Counsel has recommended that Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes be disbarred.
  • Some good advice from Rep. Steve King: "The most important thing we can do, especially young people: Have a lot of babies and raise them right."
  • Finally, Larry Tomczak explains that CNBC's Republican presidential debate was so "biased" becuase Satan controls the airwaves: "The 'prince of the power of the air, the spirit that is now at work in the sons of disobedience' (Eph. 2:1-2), exerts real diabolical power through the airways. Since Jesus labeled Satan a 'liar and the father of lies' (John 8:44), those who are not under the loving Lordship of Jesus Christ are being influenced to do his bidding. Therefore, lies and deception permeate our culture in alarming ways with political leaders and personnel in media advancing his diabolical schemes."

Peter LaBarbera Laments That He's Too 'Anti-Gay' For Rest Of The Politically Correct Anti-Gay Movement

Peter LaBarbera spoke with Janet Mefferd today about the "Understanding Homosexuality: The Politically Incorrect Truth" event that took place the day before the World Congress of Families conference opened in Salt Lake City earlier this week.

LaBarbera, who runs Americans for Truth About Homosexuality, complained that the organizers of the WCF conference shunned any official association with the anti-gay event and the various anti-gay activists who spoke at it, forcing them to organize their own separate event the day before by refusing to allow them to participate in the official WCF conference. (Although at least one participant in the anti-gay conference, the Family Research Council's Peter Sprigg, was also scheduled to speak at the main WCF event.)

LaBarbera blamed this on the fact that the Mormon Church has supposedly begun to go soft on fighting the "gay agenda" by compromising on nondiscrimination legislation in Utah, which was problematic since several organizers of the WCF conference are members of the LDS church.

This sort of timidity, LaBarbera stated, is sadly rampant in the "pro-family" movement, which is why voices like his and Brian Camenker of MassResistance and even Mefferd herself are never invited to speak at the more "mainstream" Religious Right events such as the annual Values Voter Summit.

"People like Brian Camenker do not get invited to these family conferences," he said, "let's just be honest here. There is a political correctness within the pro-family movement and you talk about it, I talk about it, but most people don't. I love the Values Voter Conference and the Family Research Council; I went this year and had a great time, but Brian Camenker, or myself, or even you will never be invited to speak there because everybody is afraid of, 'Oh, it's too anti-gay.' The people who are telling the most truth about homosexual activists and the transgender agenda are usually, in a way, kind of, hands off and shunned a little bit because, 'Hey, we want to make sure we're not attacked as haters.' Well, the funny thing is, no matter what you do, if you take on the gay agenda at all,you will be called a hater."

"Of course," agreed Mefferd. "No matter how nice you are, you're just a nice hater, fooling us with your false claims of love."

If you are too anti-gay for the World Congress of Families, that's saying something.

Anti-Gay Warm-Up Act To World Congress Of Families: 'This Is War'

On Monday, the day before the World Congress of Families conference opened in Salt Lake City, some of America’s most strident anti-gay voices convened for an all-day session they dubbed #Stand4Truth.

Turnout was small — about 50 during the day, a bit more in the evening — and the lunchtime press conference was delivered to a room devoid of press, but organizers filmed the speakers in hopes of turning the footage into a documentary or other resource for anti-gay activists.

The 11-hour-plus event (counting short breaks for lunch and dinner) was hosted by Sandy Rios of the American Family Association, one of the groups sponsoring the gathering. Also sponsoring the event was the Family Research Council, whose senior fellow Peter Sprigg delivered the morning keynote; Rev. Bill Owens of the National Organization for Marriage-affiliated Coalition of African American Pastors delivered the afternoon keynote.

Sprigg, who is also scheduled to speak at WCF on Wednesday, set the tone for the day by challenging the “gay identity paradigm” and urging social conservatives to avoid as much as possible using the words “gay” and “lesbian” because he said they refer to someone’s innate identity. Sprigg urged activists to separate sexual attraction, sexual behavior, and a person’s self-identification and instead to focus on gay relationships, which he called “objectively harmful to the people who engage in it and to society at large.”

He was also one of many speakers who insisted that advocacy for anti-gay policies is not motivated by hate but by love. For example, Sprigg said that while he mourns the gay men who died of AIDS, “the reason they died is because they chose to have sex with men, not because conservatives told them not to. We do no one a kindness by denying the truth.”

Sprigg, who argued against legal nondiscrimination protections for LGBT people, was one of several speakers who spoke, directly or indirectly, in opposition to this year’s “Utah compromise,” in which the Mormon Church agreed to support passage of limited LGBT nondiscrimination protections in return for religious liberty exemptions. Sprigg warned that compromise with the LGBT rights movement is “unwise” and “unsustainable.”

Also arguing for an uncompromising stance and “zero affirmation of the gay rights paradigm” was Americans For Truth About Homosexuality’s Peter LaBarbera, who urged anti-gay activists to stop playing defense and go on the offense, reclaiming the moral high ground by always opposing homosexual behavior. One way to go on offense, he said, would be by proposing state bans on hormone therapy and surgery for transgender youth.

Other notable anti-gay activists who addressed the gathering included Liberty Counsel’s Mat Staver (via video) and Brian Camenker of MassResistance. Camenker said he respectfully disagreed with those who called for always speaking the truth in love. “I think there is a place for being insulting and degrading, and I think I can back that up by scripture,” he said. “I think we have to look at this as a war, not as, you know, a church service.” Rios agreed, saying, “I do think that evangelicals have gotten a little bit soft and not understood warfare.”

Camenker said that in the Old Testament, “God has two sets of laws regarding how you treat your fellow man.” One is how you treat your neighbor, who you might work with and forgive. “There’s a whole different set of rules for people who want to tear down society, who want to push immorality, who want to tear down the moral structure of society.” That set of rules is “very brutal,” he said. “God says those people who want to do that must be destroyed.”

He said the LGBT movement is a “house of cards” that is “held together by force, intimidation, and propaganda” and can be destroyed by standing up to it, the way communism was. “We are in a war,” he repeated, saying of gay-rights advocates, “They would send us to concentration camps if they could.”

Among the other participants were North Carolina’s Michael Brown, Houston Pastor Dave Welch, ex-gay therapists Robert Vazzo and David Pickup, and former California lieutenant governor and anti-porn activist John Harmer.

One premise of the #Stand4Truth gathering is that the LGBT movement and their allies in the media suppress evidence about the causes of homosexuality, the medical and mental health harms associated with it, and the possibility of change through “authentic” ex-gay therapy. The evening session began with a panel seemingly designed to portray LGBT people as lost and miserable: a few “ex-gays,” a person who experienced “transgender regret” and Canadian activist Dawn Stefanowicz, an author whose book “Out From Under” recounts growing up with a gay father and his many sex partners and is portrayed as a cautionary tale against gay parenting.

More to come.

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 10/19/15







  • Jesse Lee Peterson warns that "if we don’t sober up quickly and deal with Black Lives Matter the way we deal with skinheads or the KKK, America will have a race war on its hands."
  • Peter LaBarbera offers up "62 Common Sense Truths in the Fight Against Homosexualism and Transgenderism."
  • Jennifer LeClaire has some helpful advice: "If you've slept eight hours, had a tall cup of coffee and you still feel like you've been run over by a truck, witchcraft could be attacking you."
  • Ben Carson says that if America was energy independent, "moderate Arab states would have ... turned over Osama bin Laden and anybody else you wanted on a silver platter within two weeks." Huh?
  • Matt Barber declares that Islam and liberalism are the "twin beasts of the apocalypse."
  • Richard Land says that "if a Muslim wanted to run for president, he would have to make it clear that he believed in separation of mosque and state."
  • Finally, a cavalcade of anti-gay activsts will be gathering for a conference in Salt Lake City next week called "Understanding Homosexuality – The Politically Incorrect Truth."

Peter LaBarbera Furious At Evangelical Leader For Acknowledging That Homosexuality Exists

Al Mohler, an influential Southern Baptist leader and president of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, is releasing a new book this month that urges conservative Christians to boycott gay people’s weddings — including their own children’s — lest they signal “moral approval” of the marriage. But at the same time, Mohler is under attack from some on the Religious Right for being not harsh enough on LGBT issues because he recently criticized “ex-gay” therapy, saying that many people will face a “lifelong battle” with “these patterns of sin” rather than being easily changed.

Among those slamming Mohler is Americans for Truth About Homosexuality’s Peter LaBarbera, who told Janet Mefferd last week that Mohler was leading a “retreat” in the culture war because he suggested that sexual orientations are something that exist.

“Al Mohler has given credence to the idea of homosexual sexual orientation,” LaBarbera said. “And we know that sexual orientation is a political construct, it’s something that’s helped the homosexual movement advance. Because if people feel that people who struggle with homosexuality have a natural so-called orientation, they of course believe that they’re not really responsible for their behavior as much as they would be for any other sin. So, once again, we start treating this particular sin as a special sin needing all sorts of special terminology and semantics and caveats that are not biblical. And I think he’s starting to go down that route and it troubles me, because he’s probably regarded as the leading intellectual, one of them, in the evangelical Christian movement."

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 9/21/15

  • Peter LaBarbera is predictably outraged by the news that a gay man has been nominated to serve as Secretary of the Army: "Homosexuality is deviant sexual conduct. Sodomy is immoral, unnatural, and condemned by God. Now we have the military going from George Washington, who drummed a homosexual out of the military, to the U.S. Army being led by an open homosexual."
  • Jesse Lee Peterson knows just what Donald Trump is going through: "I know how it feels to be attacked the way Trump was in the two debates. For the last 25 years, I’ve been set up in the same manner. Many years ago, I was invited to be a panelist at the National Association of Black Journalists’ Conference. The audience was stacked against me, as were all of my fellow panelists – Michael Eric Dyson and other extreme racist liberals. I was called a 'white man’s boy' and worse."
  • Someone really needs to keep Glenn Beck away from Facebook: "We are at a fork in the road and while many will not understand the direction I am headed in, PLEASE for those of you who have documented the things we have seen coming that have now arrived, P L E A S E, listen to my warning and plea."
  • MRC's Dan Gainor is outraged that networks don't cover the post-game prayers following NFL games.
  • Finally, Bethany Blankley is not a fan of the new rainbow Doritos: "Doritos has taken feces and anal sex to a whole new level– making it taste good. Left out in nearly all discussions about homosexuality is the reality that anal sex often infects people with E. coli bacterial infections, spreads sexually transmitted diseases, and can cause anal cavity bleeding and rupturing. Homosexual acts in part, involve one man inserting his sexual organ into another man’s rectum, which contains and emits human excrement."

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 8/13/15

  • CWA's Mario Diaz says that anti-discrimination efforts "are an attack on God Himself."
  • Glenn Beck's ability to be shocked by reading confirmation of his own prophetic declarations into just about everything is actually quite impressive.
  • Peter LaBarbera has some suggestions of what sort of questions Fox News should have asked GOP presidential hopefuls during last week's debate: "Should God bless America when Americans cavalierly ignore the Creator’s moral law and embrace sins (e.g., homosexuality, pornography, fornication and abortion) in the name of civil- and constitutional 'rights'?"
  • Mike Huckabee says that God will once again be able to bless America if Planned Parenthood is defunded.
  • Finally, FRC prays against the The Equality Act ("May this destructive bill never see the light of day in either chamber!") and for the First Amendment Defense Act ("May Christians rally this August to make sure their representatives cosponsor and vote for FADA!")

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 8/4/15

  • Two men in Mississippi reportedly open fired at military service members at a Jade Helm 15 training site.
  • Don Feder explains that “for liberals, deaths only matter when they can be used to indict racist America or attack the private ownership of firearms.” 
  • Fox News pundit Todd Starnes has some thoughts: “It’s a mess out there, folks. Firestorms in the West. A great deluge in the South. Immorality in Washington. If I didn't know better I’d say Someone might be trying to tell us something.”

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 6/25/15

  • Gina Miller laments that "freedom of speech is effectively dead in America. It has been destroyed by the tyranny of political correctness in the hands of sexual degenerates and their apologists."
  • Bryan Fischer fumes over today's Supreme Court decision on Obamacare: "The judicial tyrants of the Supreme Court, headed by chief oligarch John Roberts, have abandoned the Constitution, reason, and their oath of office by trashing the plain language of ObamaCare to reach an illogical, irrational, and judicially abominable result."
  • According to Bobby Jindal's presidential campaign website, "Bobby is a scientific anomaly; and scientists should probably study him."
  • Peter LaBarbera is outraged that Wal-Mart is "rushing to embrace homosexual activism even as they condemn the Confederate flag."
  • Finally, Glenn Beck is encouraging his listeners to visit black-owned bakeries and ask them to make a cake featuring the Confederate flag ... in the name of free speech.

Right-Wing 'Documentary': Gay Rights, Like Communism, Can Be Defeated

Janet Porter, the creator of the anti-gay film “Light Wins,” says in the “documentary” that opponents of the gay rights movement should look to Ronald Reagan for inspiration. Just as Reagan brought down the Soviet Union, Porter dubiously claims, conservatives can still beat the odds and roll back the tide in favor gay rights.

As Dr. John Diggs adds, communism may be coming to the U.S.: “Political correctness, as people may not recall, is a term that was born in the Soviet Union where thousands if not millions of people died because they tried to quash religion and because they tried to quash political dissent by sending people to gulags. Don’t let this happen in America.”

Peter LaBarbera of Americans For Truth About Homosexuality claims that America “will crumble like all civilizations before who embraced and celebrated sexual immorality,” adding that homosexuality is “the only sexual sin that has its own parade.”

Rep. Steve King of Iowa, who appears in the movie along with fellow Republican politicians Mike Huckabee, Rand Paul, Tim Huelskamp and Louie Gohmert, cites a successful campaign to kick three Iowa Supreme Court justices off the bench in retribution for their support of marriage equality as a reason anti-gay activists should have hope.

The documentary ends with Porter calling on people to shine their (smart phone) lights in the darkness, “because in the battle between darkness and light, light wins.”

We have posted excerpts here:

Anti-Gay 'Documentary': Gays 'Grooming' Kids In Public Schools

Republican presidential candidates Mike Huckabee and Rand Paul, along with several GOP congressmen, recently appeared in an anti-gay documentary called “Light Wins.” They joined several fringe activists, including Theodore Shoebat, who calls for the execution of gay people, and Scott Lively, the pastor who helped craft Uganda’s notorious anti-homosexuality law, in the film, which was the brainchild of extreme anti-gay activist and former Huckabee campaign official Janet Porter.

In the documentary, Porter laments that “prayer, God and his commandments were kicked out of the classroom because they might influence children not to lie, steal and kill,” and now the “void” has been filled by “a dark agenda that robs children of their innocence and puts their life at risk.” “With the redefinition of marriage comes a state invitation to indoctrinate your child,” she adds.

Peter LaBarbera of Americans For Truth About Homosexuality says that schools now teach kids “dangerous sexual practices under the guise of equality” and Dr. John Diggs claims that gays will now “groom” young people, “perhaps for their own purposes down the line.”

Judith Reisman, the Liberty University law professor, says that public schools that make “out gay novels” available to students are all violating federal obscenity laws because such schools effectively “groom children for sex.” “We need to get parents a class action lawsuit against the schools, against the school superintendents, against individual teachers,” Reisman says. “We could sue Planned Parenthood off the face of the earth.”

We have posted excerpts here:

Sandy Rios 'Grieved To The Bone' That Gay Pundit May Destroy The Conservative Movement

Peter LaBarbera, president of Americans for Truth About Homosexuality, spoke to American Family Association’s Sandy Rios on her talk show “Sandy Rios in the Morning” this week about the danger of growing support for gay rights within the conservative movement.

Rios began the segment by discussing her concern regarding Guy Benson, a conservative commentator for the Salem Media Group-owned who recently came out as gay in a footnote to his new book, End of Discussion, coauthored by Mary Katharine Ham. Rios is not the only AFA affiliate to speak out against Benson, as American Family Radio’s Bryan Fischer also issued a statement calling for Benson’s replacement. Rios played a clip in which Megyn Kelly of Fox News tells Guy Benson on her show, “You are in a safe place here.”

Rios, who hired Benson to be the producer of her previous radio program, responded to Benson’s announcement by sharing that “when he came out last week it was a great shock to me, and very sad, very sad.” For Rios, “it’s not just a matter of Guy coming out; it’s that they’re coming out endorsing gay marriage. That’s not the main part of their book but it’s, it’s a huge part of their book. They’re both mainstream conservative voices.” Rios warned that “even though Guy smiles and is very sweet, I fear for the repercussions of this.”

“Guy Benson’s professed homosexuality is not a mere footnote, Sandy,” LaBarbera added. “And that’s the temptation of the new, I guess I’d call it soulless, conservatism.” LaBarbera explained that identifying as a gay Christian “makes no more sense, Sandy, than someone being a so-called porn-using Christian, or substitute any other sexual sin, and that doesn’t make a positive identity.”

“And yet,” bemoaned LaBarbera, “look what Megyn Kelly says. She says ‘you’re so brave.’ Why is it brave? You can tell there’s an approving tone when you watch the interview. It’s just bizarre that we’ve come to this point that somebody professes homosexuality and a quote ‘gay’ identity, which puts a really sort of nice face on it, is brave and that’s a sign of being honest, when actually it’s merely publicly embracing a sin.”

Rios, seemingly personally offended by Kelly’s “safe place” remark, responded, “Where did that, I mean, what could have been unsafe? I mean, Guy worked with me for years, and he’s still, he may not be happy with me discussing this publicly, but he would not be surprised, and certainly when he was working with me he was in a safe place. My love for him has not changed, but I am grieved to the bone, that he is, that this is an issue in his life.”

Rios added that she felt compelled to speak because, from her perspective, Benson’s coming out will have “detrimental, terribly detrimental effects on what it means to be a Christian conservative because it muddies the lines. And it’s also, if Salem does not care about this, Salem the Christian communications company, and if Heritage, who is fighting gay marriage, doesn’t care that they’re premiering a book that, you know, the authors, Mary Kathrine Ham has her own big following, are supportive of gay marriage, the lines are just being erased.”

Rios, still reeling from her grief, said, “Surely he must know that if the Supreme Court comes out and legalizes gay marriage all over the country people will be breaking the law if they oppose it in any way. So, uh, the normally clear-thinking guy is not thinking clearly, and neither is Megyn.”

“Yeah. I agree with you,” LaBarbera responded. “He also came out for nondiscrimination laws in the BuzzFeed article and those laws have been the basis for the persecution of people who oppose homosexuality.”

Comparing Benson with the “small number of openly homosexual people” who are against marriage equality, LaBarbera said that by embracing LGBT equality, Benson has joined a “radical” and “revolutionary” movement that “is all about normalizing homosexuality.”

“He says he’s standing on the shoulders of gay activists,” LaBarbera said, “and when I saw that I was like, ‘Well, which ones?’ Are you standing on the shoulders of the 1970s gay activists who scream in politicians’ faces? What about the homosexuals who will harass people, harass the psychologists to have them supposedly normalize homosexuality in the APA, the American Psychiatric Association, the direct-action homosexuals who use far-left techniques? I know he said he’s not with the far left, but, I mean Sandy, this is a movement that is all about normalizing homosexuality. That was a radical, a revolutionary goal. So which homosexual activist is Guy Benson standing on? That’s kind of troubling to me.”

Peter LaBarbera: Caitlyn Jenner 'Promoting Evil Worldwide'

In an interview with VCY America’s “Crosstalk” program last week, Peter LaBarbera of Americans For Truth About Homosexuality attacked ESPN’s decision to give their Arthur Ashe Courage Award to Caitlyn Jenner, formerly Bruce Jenner, saying that rather than displaying bravery, Jenner is “promoting evil worldwide.”

“You know, it’s not bravery to embrace gender confusion and gender rebellion,” LaBarbera told host Jim Schneider. “And let’s, let’s be clear here Jim. First of all, I pity Bruce Jenner, and I need to pray for him, and you need to pray for him, and all the listeners should pray that he finds the Lord and he overcomes this confusion. But once he enters that realm of now saying, which he is, that he wants to be a role model to people all over the world, then he becomes a transgender activist and he’s promoting evil worldwide.”

Peter LaBarbera Encourages Callers Who Speculate The Government & Gay People Are Intentionally Spreading HIV

On VCY America’s “Crosstalk” program last week, Americans For Truth About Homosexuality’s Peter LaBarbera took questions from a number of listeners about the Food and Drug Administration’s decision to loosen the longstanding ban on gay men donating blood, including one caller who speculated that the government was using the new blood donation policy to “start spreading that HIV around” and another who speculated that gay men in San Francisco looked for young boys to infect with the disease.

“This blood donation thing, you know once they start spreading that HIV around, ah, they’re looking to get rid of people, and, ah, that’s one way to do it,” the first caller told LaBarbera, before moving on to criticize the Boy Scouts for considering lifting its ban on gay troop leaders.

LaBarbera seemed to agree, saying, “Yeah, absolutely. I think in this case this is something that should be approached very carefully. This seems like an incredibly radical shift to me, does it to you Jim? I mean from, since 1977, anybody who’s engaged in homosexual conduct, any man, since 1977, or a woman who’s had sex with such a man being banned to now just one year. That’s an incredible shift.”

A second caller, responding to the possible change in Boy Scouts of America’s policy towards gay members, told LaBarbera, “In San Francisco, the homosexuals that had AIDS were looking for boys to break in to give them the disease, purposefully, because that was like their throne, their crown, to do that. In Chicago, a thing there was, they had a homosexual parade where they were wanting for more people to become homosexuals, so they could, with AIDS, with AIDS, so they could get more money from the government.”

“Look how far we’ve fallen from God,” the caller continued. “Pray for the young people because they’re being indoctrinated every day at school, in the television, on the air through the songs, in the movies, to be bisexual, homosexual, sodomites, that’s what I call it, just what the Bible called it. So pray for our youth, please!”

Jim Schneider, the host of the program, responded to this prayer with an “Amen, Amen.”

LaBarbera then added his own scary story: “The homosexual movement does have a history of adult male sex with teenage boys. As I said, there was even a slang term, which I’m gonna be writing about on my website, where they call these boys ‘chickens’ and the older men were the ‘chicken hawks’ who sought sex with these young teenage boys, I’d say just 12 to 17, 18, something like that, Jim, and so there is this history in the homosexual male role.”

Right Wing Bonus Tracks - 5/28/15

  • It is not a good sign for Rick Santorum when even Herman Cain's website thinks his presidential campaign is a joke that is doomed to fail.
  • We can now add former New York Gov. George Pataki to the ever-growing list of candidates seeking the Republican presidential nomination.
  • The American Family Association is taking on "Lucifer," an upcoming Fox television series.
  • Peter LaBarbera is still hard at work "exposing a homosexual 'perversion museum' (AFTAH’s description) known as the Leather Archives and Museum."
  • Finally, Mark Regnerus is attempting to defend his badly flawed anti-gay study.

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.

Religious Right Groups Warn Gay Boy Scout Leaders Will Sexually Molest And Recruit Boys Into Homosexuality

Even as the Religious Right’s favorite reality TV family is rocked by a sexual abuse scandal, the American Family Association is urging its members to pull their sons from the Boy Scouts out of fear that gay troop leaders will sexually molest them and recruit them into homosexuality.

Former AFA official Bryan Fischer, who hosts a daily program on the organization’s radio network, called Boy Scouts head Robert Gates’ support for admitting gay troop leaders “a disaster, a moral catastrophe.” If gay men are allowed to lead Boy Scout troops, he said, “It’s no longer going to be Boy Scouts of America, it’s going to be Gay Pedophiles Scouting For Boys”:

The AFA’s Randy Sharp told the organization’s OneNewsNow news outlet today that lifting the ban on gay troop leaders would present a “clear and present danger” to boys and that there for parents should “immediately remove their sons” from the organization:

He was hinting at a policy revision to allow open homosexuals to act as leaders and mentors to scouts.

Randy Sharp, director of Special Projects at the American Family Association, says the Boy Scouts are playing with a "clear and present danger" and parents should be aware.

"We would urge all parents to immediately remove their sons from the Boy Scouts of America," Sharp, speaking for the pro-family group, tells OneNewsNow.

He says homosexual leaders are poised to influence boys about their sexuality and their presence subjects boys to opportunities for sexual abuse by their trusted leaders.

John Stemberger, head of the rival organization Trail Life USA, similarly warned that such a “tragic” move by the Boy Scouts would endanger “the safety and security of its boys” and even allow “the homosexual agenda to infiltrate the church”:

John Stemberger, chairman of the board for Trail Life USA, said in a statement that Trail Life is "saddened" by the Boy Scouts' announcement.

"It is tragic that the BSA is willing to risk the safety and security of its boys because of peer pressure from activist groups," he said.

Many churches that sponsored Boy Scout troops also dropped their support and Sharp says Gates' announcement is an "opportunity for the homosexual agenda to infiltrate the church."

Meanwhile anti-gay activist Michael Brown told WorldNetDaily that allowing gay Boy Scout leaders not only “opens the door for sexual predators,” it also “opens the door for gay boys to be flirting with straight boys under the auspices of the Boy Scouts’:

Michael Brown, who holds a Ph.D. from New York University and has researched and written a number of books on homosexuality, says he is not surprised by the Scouts.

“I said from the start that gay activists would not stop at having openly homosexual boys in the Boy Scouts, but now it’s openly homosexual leaders.”

Brown, whose books include “Can You Be Gay and Christian?” and the upcoming “Outlasting the Gay Revolution: Where Homosexual Activism Is Really Going and How to Turn the Tide,” believes if the Boy Scouts accept openly homosexual leaders, they will cease to be a positive moral force in the lives of American boys.

“This sets a wrong role model for these kids,” Brown told WND.

Yet, Brown says parents should have further concerns.

“This opens the door for sexual predators, a real danger, and it opens the door for gay boys to be flirting with straight boys under the auspices of the Boy Scouts,” he said.

Americans for Truth About Homosexuality’s Peter LaBarbera, for his part, told OneNewsNow that by allowing gay leaders, the Boy Scouts would “promote the acceptance of sexual perversion”:

Peter LaBarbera of Americans for Truth About Homosexuality says the presence of open homosexuals will destroy the scouting organization.

"Because you cannot be a wholesome organization and promote the acceptance of sexual perversion at the same time," he warns.

As Brian wrote earlier today, evangelist Franklin Graham has warned that the move “would put young, innocent boys at risk,” while conservative author Paul Kengor said that a lack of “courage” from the Boy

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