Christian Broadcasting Network reporter David Brody hails Donald Trump Jr. as “the GOP JFK Jr.”
Pat Buchanan is thrilled that Donald Trump has dispensed with the “Bush idea of remaking America into a more ethnically, culturally, diverse nation through mass immigration, rooted in an egalitarian ideology.”
Joseph Farah says if “black lives matter – and they surely do – the logical, rational, historical and practical course of action in 2016 is to vote Republican.”
Phyllis Schlafly bravely declares that America is “the ‘land of the free and home of the brave.’ We don’t need to adopt Muslim policies.”
Franklin Graham warns that “our country is beginning to implode” as we are “on the precipice of anarchy.”
Jason Benham is thrilled with the GOP platform: “What God wants is for us to join his side, and when we looked at the Republican Party platform, you know it’s getting closer to being on God’s side.”
Eric Metaxas hails Donald Trump: “I think he loves America and I don’t think he wants to line his own pockets.”
Dan Popp, on the other hand, says that “we’ll know by the end of July whether God has finally abandoned us to our own devices. If it’s between Hillary and Trump, we’ll know that divine patience has run out.”
The AFA's Abe Hamilton says "we believe it's our duty to continue to warn America that should they go into Target stores, they very well risk the safety of their wives and daughters."
Eugene Delgaudio announces that "Public Advocate will be flying a plane towing a banner that reads: PROTECT REAL MARRIAGE above downtown Cleveland near the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame where delegates will be attending a welcome ceremony on Sunday, July 17, from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m."
A warning from Robert Oscar Lopez: "Christians are like the rabbits in Watership Down, the species 'with a thousand enemies,' slowly realizing that polemicists like Zack Ford and Sally Kohn aren’t harmlessly insane people who might become cute, furry creatures if only shown some love and pity. No, these LGBT commentators are bloodhounds who would like nothing better than to see Christians driven out of public life and herded into windowless basements with duct tape over their mouths."
David Barton says that Donald Trump gave right-wing activists total control over the Republican platform and, as a result, it is not much different than it would have been if Ted Cruz were the nominee: "A few specifics here and there, but I don’t think the tone would be different, I don’t think the issues would be different. I think it would be very close."
Finally, FRC prays against efforts to protect the rights of transgender students: "May God give victory to the states that are suing the federal government. May the 2/3 of Americans who disagree with this evil mandate take action to stop it through their elected representatives and with their votes!"
David and Jason Benham know the cause of last week's violence in Dallas: "You look in the 1960s, we removed prayer from school, Bible readings from school, the Ten Commandments were taken off of the wall. And then in response to that, 1973, abortion ... Because of the bloodshed in the womb, now we are starting to see it in the streets. I'm telling you, it is because we as a nation have left God."
Richard Land says that "it is well past time for some national political figure, preferably President Obama, if he has it in him, to seize a 'Sister Souljah' moment and denounce the anti-police, inflammatory, violence-inducing rhetoric of the Black Lives Matter movement."
Finally, the Eagle Forum is outraged by Ruth Bader Ginsburg's opposition to Donald Trump: "She fears him because he is the most formidable foe the Left has seen since Ronald Reagan."
Chris Simcox, co-founder of the Minuteman border patrol vigilante group, has been sentenced to 19.5 years in prison after being convicted of sexually abusing young girls.
Phyllis Schlafly is angry that the "disloyal" Ted Cruz has not yet endorsed Donald Trump.
Ohio-based Religious Right activist Phil Burress has announced that he is retiring.
David Barton says that if conservative Christians would just vote, they could take control of government: "With an additional five million voters, we would have all of the House all of the Senate and the presidency in conservative hands."
Finally, Richard Land is not comfortable with the prospect of Donald Trump selecting Newt Gingrich as his running mate: "I think a total of six wives for the president and vice president together is probably a few too many to make most evangelicals comfortable."
Mat Staver says that a man trying to marry his laptop is what happens "when you say that gender no longer matters in a gender-specific relationship such as marriage, then anything goes. It becomes a free-for-all; marriage becomes a mockery, and that, I think, is one of the aspects of this particular case — marriage becomes a mockery. But we're going to see more of that ridiculous kind of notion, and really, at the end of the day, all this is an assault on marriage itself."
Ted Nugent says that President Obama "wants a race war."
A warning from Bill Muehlenberg: "When the heavy hand of the law gets into bed with the homosexual and transgender militants then we are all at risk."
Finally, Mike Heath is back in Maine with a new right-wing group that is working "to restore America to its former greatness by repealing same sex marriage laws and making homosexuality a crime."
You learn something new every day, like the fact that Gordon Klingenschmitt and his wife were married by Ted Haggard.
Allen West says that attacks on police officers are "what happens when radicals ascend to positions of power, and a nation is fundamentally transformed."
FRC prays for the election: "Founding Father John Jay, first Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, famously urged us to select Christians to be our leaders; Exodus 18:21 calls us to select 'able men who fear God, love truth and hate covetousness.' We must pray that the American people will choose the candidates and party that best meet God’s conditions to lead the U.S. into the future."
Ron Crews says that because of the admission of transgender soldiers, "for the first time in my life, I cannot encourage someone to consider the military as career right now — as long as this administration continues to push our military down this road. We are in serious trouble."
Finally, David Lane declares that "Barack Hussein Obama just might be the agent of the judgment of God on a nation that abandoned its Biblical-based culture."
Because he is a man of principle, Ted Cruz will now speak at the Republican National Convention, despite having called Donald Trump an utterly amoral narcissist and pathological liar.
David Whitney says that "when we consider the tenor and mood of America today, many are sick and tired of Washington, D.C. and perhaps ready to consider seceding from Washington altogether. We have a government more venial and abusive than that of King George III."
David Lane declares that "America Is Following Nazi Tactics to Eradicate Christians."
David Kupelian says "it’s no exaggeration to say that, on close examination, just about every crazy, perverse, suicidal trend you can identify in today’s America – and for that matter, in Europe, currently reeling under the onslaught of a full-blown Islamic invasion – can be traced directly to the abandonment of the Western world’s founding religion and moral values in response to the left’s decades-long war on Christianity."
Glenn Beck is clearly oblivious to the concept of irony, which is why his next book is called "Liars: How Progressives Exploit Our Fear for Power and Control."
Liberty Counsel has filed a motion to dismiss the case against Scott Lively.
Landon Schott calls on conservative Christians to reclaim the rainbow: "The rainbow remains a symbol of righteous covenant from God, to His people. The rainbow doesn't belong to the gay community; it belongs to the body of Christ. It's time to reclaim the rainbow for its righteous cause!"
Linda Harvey warns that "committed anti-freedom leftists are working diligently to compel you, your children, your church and your workplace to actively honor sexual sin."
Finally, Gordon Klingenschmitt says that he is broke after spending $36,000 of his own money on his losing bid for higher office in Colorado.
It is nice that BarbWire's executive editor Tami Jackson is keepingtrack of all the people that Hillary Clinton has had killed — 47 so far.
The Family Research Council says that the judge who blocked Mississippi's "religious liberty" law has a "religious animus against the people of Mississippi."
For $50, Janet Porter will fax your outrage to every Target store in the nation on your behalf. Do people even use fax machines any more?
David and Jason Benham come rushing to Donald Trump's defense and say that he should not be faulted for his silence on the issue of abortion.
Finally, it looks like Bradlee Dean has no qualms about reposting Theodore Shoebat's calls for gay people to be put to death: "This is indoctrination, worthy of being punished under the law – worthy of death I should say ... They are all twisted in their souls, no different than Nazis. The sodomites want to reshape society to where every child will be forcefully brainwashed into homosexuality and into conforming to this perversity. These people want to revive and Sodom and Gomorrah. We will not submit to this vile perversity!"
In his latest column, Bryan Fischer has returned to his favorite subject: "Homosexual monogamy is a myth. One of the secrets about the homosexual lifestyle that practitioners don’t want the public to know is that random, anonymous, and frequent sexual liaisons with strangers is endemic in the homosexual community."
J. Christian Adams says that "CAIR is essentially a gangster organization. They intimidate free speech, they go after individual organizations who tell the truth, they go after people in order to scare and intimidate them."
Finally, Matt Barber is not happy that President Obama designated the Stonewall Inn as a national monument: "It’s not something to celebrate. It’s a mark on American history ... A president seeks a legacy, and this president’s legacy is going to be one of radical homosexual activism — of furthering and perpetuating sin, sexual deviancy, the murder of innocent unborn children and weakness in terms of the war against radical Islam."
Judicial Watch spokesman Chris Farrell is not pleased with Trey Gowdy and the Benghazi Select Committee: “They made a huge error allowing Hillary Clinton to hold forth for 11 hours and appear as a martyr.”
Linda Harvey wants to know, “When did a preference for anal sex between men achieve the same status as being an American citizen?”
Bill Owens says President Obama is a “sick man” who “thinks he can be a king like they have in Africa, but America don’t have kings.”
Peter LaBarbera says that conservative Christians should be wary of supporting Donald Trump because "he tweets in favor of homosexuality" and "he said he's going to be better for gays than Hillary Clinton ... We still don't know where Trump is on the radical gay agenda in many respects."
David Bozell is not happy with House Republicans after they released the underwhelming findings of their latest Benghazi investigation: "Congressional Republicans, by lacking the courage to bring those responsible to justice, have wasted everyone’s time and money, plain and simple. Hillary Clinton is sure to take a victory lap today due to the fecklessness of the Majority on this committee."
Brent Smith is upset that President Obama "has declared a gay bar in Greenwich Village, NYC, a national monument ... What a great way to wrap up Gay Pride Month. Don’t you feel proud?!"
Stephen Black is likewise outraged: "This was just the latest in a series of speeches and actions on the part of his administration to define down–if not obliterate–any notions of sexual deviance."
Finally, David Lane says that Christian voters needs to wake up, especially in California, which is "a state that exalts evil": "Homosexuals served as the last two Speakers of the California Assembly. The Assembly and Senate, a nearly veto-proof body of legislators comprised mostly of Democrats, are dominated by secularists and LGBTQ activists. Because Christians 'don't do politics,' these legislators are elected by overwhelming margins. These officials now champion "causes" dear to their supporters. The voters sent them to Sacramento to impose a secular, pro-homosexual agenda through legislation, while the Evangelical and Pro-life Catholic Christian constituency stayed home on Election Day."
James Dobson claims that Donald Trump was led "to accept a relationship with Christ" by Paula White and is now a "baby Christian."
Judson Phillips wants Texas to secede from the United States.
Paragon of integrity Matt Barber is now in the process of justifying voting for Trump after having previously declared that he would never do so.
A bunch of right-wing activists will be releasing a report from "the Citizens' Commission on Benghazi" on Wednesday that is sure to be objective and insightful.
Sandy Rios says that CAIR's placement of the American Family Association on an "Islamophobia" list amounts to a "declaration of jihad."
Finally, David Kupelian laments the first anniversy of the Supreme Court's marriage equality ruling: "But consider that just a few short years ago, the idea of two men, or two women, marrying each other was regarded universally as not merely bizarre, but insane. Every culture, every nation, every religion in the world, and throughout every era of history, understood that two men marrying each other was off-the-charts weird – and wrong."
Prosperity gospel preacher and Donald Trump "spiritual counselor" Paula White says that the "hand of God" is on Trump's presidential campaign.
"Did those homosexuals that were killed in that night club deserve to die?" asks Dave Daubenmire. "Only God knows," he answers.
Michael Bresciani says that President Obama has an "antichrist" agenda: "Advancing the homo-agenda, assaulting the God given order of marriage between one man and one woman and adding to the slaughter of even more un-born babies after approaching the total of 55 million since 1973 – this is antichrist."
Jennifer LeClaire has some thoughts about what happened in Orlando: "Clearly, Jezebel is one of the princes in Orlando and, despite all the teaching, the body of Christ has largely has tolerated this spirit. Tolerating Jezebel opens a portal of hell, allowing all manner of destruction."
Finally, Theodore Shoebat makes a bold prediction about the ramifications of Brexit: "Britain Just Left The EU, And This Will Eventually Lead To A Revived Nazi Germany That Will Go To War With Christendom."
Bryan Fischer explains why gay people should be allowed to own guns but not get married: "I support every constitutional right homosexuals possess, I oppose the granting of unconstitutional special rights that are predicated on sexually abnormal behavior. There is no constitutional right, for instance, for one homosexual to marry another."
David and Jason Benham brought their even more radical father Flip to the meeting that Donald Trump held with hundreds of Religious Right activists earlier this week.
The AFA's Walker Wildmon is very hurt by his "fellow Christians who are in the ‘Never Trump’ camp were quick to criticize the over 900 brothers and sisters who met with Mr. Trump."
Jennifer LeClaire helpfully explains "why so many people think Madonna is the Antichrist."
Finally, Cliff Kincaid declares that President Obama is a much bigger charlatan than Trump because he "has misled many young people, such as those at the National History Fair, who thought Barack Hussein Obama Sr. was a scoundrel who had deserted him. It turns out that the Kenyan Obama had not abandoned the family because the family was not his. The real father was Frank Marshall Davis, whose background in the Communist Party and support for 'Red Russia' had made it impossible for Obama to credit as a fatherly influence."
Gary Bauer is sick of conservatives who criticize Trump: "Bauer suggests if GOP leaders feel compelled to say something negative about Trump, they should first launch an attack on Hillary Clinton to at least remind others that they are Republicans."
Glenn Beck laments that the Religious Right's support for Trump shows that "everything The Black Robe Regiment stood to do in the 1700's is over. Everything the progressive left has tried to do to the church is here."
Tony Perkins says that "one thing Trump and social conservatives do have in common is the shared experience of being the target of vicious and often vile attacks from the Left for refusing to surrender to the terms of political correctness."
Finally, Linda Harvey declares that "there is no evidence any male is born to have anal sex with another male. Hello? What god would come up with such an unworkable design? Not our Almighty God. What evolutionary construct (if one really existed) would do so?"