FRC's Ken Blackwell and Rob Schwarzwalder attack President Obama for daring to speak out against foreign laws that criminalize homosexuality.
Rep. Scott Garrett is "facing a revolt by corporate and Wall Street donors after he reportedly made anti-gay remarks at a private meeting of Republican lawmakers."
Larry Tomczak warns that "a perfect storm is developing and this is not some surreal conspiracy theory. It is no exaggeration to say America is at a crossroads ... in a meltdown ... at a tipping point ... experiencing unprecedented changes ... observing our president act like a one-man wrecking crew to bring about his 'fundamental transformation of America.'"
Donald Trump's presidential campaign has hired Michael Glassner to be serve as national political director: "Mr. Glassner was chief of staff for Ms. Palin’s political action committee and worked closely with her when she ran for vice president alongside Senator John McCain in 2008."
Finally, the Duggars are seeking donations so that they can continue to create "fresh quality content" after losing their reality show.
The American Catholic Lawyers Association is calling on Catholic authorities "to impose appropriate canonical sanctions" on Justice Anthony Kennedy for having "failed in this sacred duty, violated the oath to God he took upon ascension to his high office, and thereby inflicted incalculable harm on society" by authoring the Supreme Court's gay marriage decision.
Morgan Brittany says that Donald Trump "has been the best thing to happen to the Republican Party in a long time."
It is safe to assume that "Molotov" Mitchell is not a fan of "light-in-the-loafers Lindsey" Graham.
Kayla Moore, wife of Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore, declares that "this is America, not Canada or some Third World country. We need to stop accepting sin like abortion and homosexuality."
Finally, Todd Starnes is beside himself: "The blood of the unborn is on all of our hands. We are long past barbarism—but I don't believe there's a word to describe the hellish monsters we've become."
ALIPAC's William Gheen won't "eat at McDonald's anymore because I know how many illegal
immigrants they are hiring" and there is "a big problem with illegal immigrants relieving themselves all over the
Mat Staver says that "America needs to invite God back into the public schools."
Eunie Smith of the Eagle Forum of Alabama says that Alabama must
never accept the Supreme Court's gay marriage ruling because "the preservation of our constitutional Republic rests upon
state officials who will refuse to allow five lawyers (two of whom should have recused themselves due to prejudicial behavior) to
rob us of our free, representative form of government."
The American Family Association urges parents to pull their sons
out of the Boy Scouts now that the organization has dropped its ban on gay scout leaders.
Bryan Fischer's understanding of the First Amendment grows more incoherent by the day, as now he insists
that "Congress" means "the entire federal government."
Mat Staver warns that a move by the EEOC to forbid discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation will lead to revolution: "This results ultimately in revolution, when people cannot use the normal administrative, civil processes and can't rely upon the rule of law, people get frustrated. They push back and you give them no recourse but to resist or revolt, and I think that's exactly where we're headed with this kind of lawlessness."
The Texas Supreme Court has ruled that Houston must either repeal its anti-discrimination ordinance or place it on the ballot for voters to decide.
Phyllis Schlafly calls upon the Boy Scouts to "obey their own oath instead of being intimidated by a small, vocal group of liberals who are trying to suppress Christian values."
Evangelicals and Muslims joined together to denounce Franklin Graham's call to ban Muslims from immigrating to the United States.
Finally, American hero Larry Klayman has sued to stop the Iran deal: "This agreement will existentially endanger not only Israel but Europe and the United States. Moreover, only a few years ago, the Iranian people almost overthrew Iran's totalitarian government. Removing the economic pressures of sanctions frustrates the hopes of the Iranian people for freedom and democracy."
Donald Trump may run as a third party candidate if he fails to win the GOP nomination .... or maybe he won't. Who knows?
Russell Moore of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission will interview Jeb Bush and Marco Rubio at a Southern Baptist Convention rally next month.
Rep. Scott Garrett of New Jersey is refusing to pay dues to the National Republican Congressional Committee because it sometimes supports gay Republican candidates.
Eagle Forum's Cathie Adams urges Republican presidential candidates to go after Planned Parenthood hard: "It is no different from something that I saw just a very few years ago in Dachau."
Finally, FRC prays against Planned Parenthood: "Please pray and encourage your friends to pray with great determination for the whole truth about Planned Parenthood to come out in these investigations. Pray that not only the selling of baby parts would stop, but also other serious wrongs that are perpetrated by PP abortion clinics every day. Pray also that Lawmakers will get serious about defunding this American evil and return all gifts they have received!"
Glenn Beck may not be on radio or TV this month, but that has not stopped him from completely freaking out about stuff.
Roger Gannam of Liberty Counsel warns that gay marriage is all about "crushing dissent" and forcing Christians out of public office.
It is probably never a good sign when a Republican presidential candidate like Rand Paul starts supporting a radical position first proposed by Bryan Fischer.
James Robison says that the most important characteristics the next president must possess is that they "want what Father God wants" and "not only ask for prayer, but believe in it so strongly they live on their knees so they can stand on a rock-solid foundation of proven principles."
Finally, Mike Farris calls for a new Constitutional Convention to rein in and reshape the Supreme Court in the wake of the gay marriage ruling.
The Supreme Court legalized gay marriage and now the world is falling apart, warns Larry Tomczak: "This represents a day of infamy for America."
Larry Klayman calls for a ban on immigration to America by Muslims.
Bill Owens of the Coalition of African-American Pastors promises that his organization is "going to pick a major store chain to boycott" over its support of gay rights, but he won't reveal which chain it is going to be quite yet.
Ryan Anderson warns that legalizing gay marriage will lead to more abortions.
Finally, Glenn Beck proclaims that his upcoming event in Birmingham, Alabama, will mark the "beginning a historic journey that I believe ends in the third great awakening."
Linda Harvey says that pedophiles "will be drawn like flies" to the Boy Scouts if the organization lifts its ban on gay scout leaders.
Jesse Lee Peterson says America must close its borders and control immigration because "Israel's been dealing with this kind of stuff for years now when they have suicide bombings, shootings in crowded places, innocent people being shot down."
CBN's David Brody truly believes "that if you injected every single American with truth serum you would see that a robust majority of Americans really do believe that marriage should be between a man and a woman. The problem is most people want to be 'politically correct' and be at the 'cool table' or have been brainwashed by a liberal media who suggest it’s time to get on the 'right side of history.'"
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott "vetoed legislation that would have given Texas doctors more power to detain mentally ill and potentially dangerous patients," thanks to pressure from the Church of Scientology.
Finally, Glenn Beck reacted to news of a nuclear deal with Iran just as one would expect: "What this president has done will be remembered as something far worse than Neville Chamberlain. It will only be a matter of time before millions cry out his name in despair and contempt. A Holocaust, perhaps bigger than the last, where millions of Christians and even Muslims who are not Muslim enough will die at the hands of the Islamic State."
A judge has ordered Dinesh D'Souza to continue his court-ordered psychological counseling because he continues "to demonstrate arrogance regarding his case."
NOM rejoices that, supposedly, "the nations refuses to accept the redefinition of marriage."
Ted Baehr says that multiculturalism "is like the AIDS virus."
Frank Turek explains why those who believe in evolution can't support gay marriage: "If natural selection has a goal of survival, then how could same-sex marriage help with that? Such marriages are an agreement to stay in a sterile and medically unhealthy relationship—the exact antithesis of survival. In fact, if everyone lived faithfully in same-sex marriage, the human race would end quite quickly."
Finally, Bill Keller demands that "NBCUniversal apologize on all of their media properties for mocking and demeaning Christians, as well as giving equal representation for the views of born-again Bible-believing Christians on their programs when they are discussing Biblical sins such as homosexuality, the perversion of Biblical marriage between a man and a woman, and the murder of innocent babies in the womb."
Caiden Cowger thinks the appearance of a "surprise blood moon" shows God's displeasure with the Supreme Court's gay marriage ruling.
Bradlee Dean fumes that the Supreme Court oligarchy is "allowing less than 1.6 percent of the population to dictate 'law' to everyone else."
Tony Perkins says that "same-sex 'marriage' isn't about building homes -- it's about destroying them."
Mat Staver warns that the gay marriage ruling is just the "tip of the iceberg."
Finally, BarbWire's Gina Miller once again offers up her reasonable assessment of current events: "The persecution of Christians in the United States will now begin in earnest, as we have not seen thus far in our nation. While many associate murder with persecution, we’re not quite there—yet (but, give it time)."
Oklahoma Gov. Marry Fallin is vowing to fight a state Supreme Court decision ordering the removal of a Ten Commandments monument from the statehouse grounds.
Mark Shepard declares that "those who mock the very creation of man, by openly parading unnatural, destructive, unbounded sexuality in streets, legislative bodies and courts, have stolen that very symbol and use it to represent defiance against God."
Dan Delzell says that "it is ironic, and yes even tragic, that President Obama would choose to light the White House with a rainbow after the recent Supreme Court decision. It was his loud and proud way of celebrating the sin of same-sex marriage. Obviously, the president doesn't seem to believe that the Old Testament stories of Noah's Ark and Sodom and Gomorrah were actual events in history."
Bart Barber warns that "the advocates for the sexual revolution are quickly taking us back to first-century Rome."
Finally, Bryan Fischer once again says that people speaking languages other than English in America is a sign of God's judgment: "God may not need to judge America by confusing our language. We're doing a pretty good job of that all by ourselves. Or perhaps, this is the way a sovereign God is bringing his judgment on a land that has turned its back on him."
Theodore Shoebat declares that "the homosexual movement is the most hateful and most vile group in all of the Western world."
The Oak Initiative is promoting Janet Porter's quixotic effort to get the Supreme Court to rehear its gay marriage decision.
Mychal Massie warns that "homosexuals are not after equality; they, not unlike Muslims, are after conquest – and just like all terrorists, they have carefully conceived a plan they’ve been carrying out by any means available."
Fr. Marcel Guarnizo asserts that "the claim of homosexual marriage is akin to identity theft: Men claiming to be wives and women claiming to be husbands."
Bert Farias tells gays that "the true Christian community sees your house burning down and is trying to rescue you from a certain damnation. Those who are affirming your lifestyle are like those who watch you burn in the hellfire and tell you that everything is alright and God is actually proud of you."
It looks like we won't be posting any Glenn Beck videos for awhile since he will be taking the rest of the month off to rest his vocal chords.
James Dobson warns of dark days ahead: "Yes, a war on Christians, their leaders and churches, is already underway. It will increasingly involve the courts and law enforcement."
Linda Wall simply cannot handle the fact that "men marrying men and women marrying women [is] the law of the land. Although I saw it coming, I still want to vomit every time I am reminded of this abomination."
Mark Creech warns of dire consequences now that gay marriage is legal in all 50 states: "It is not likely fire and brimstone will fall on America immediately because of this decision, although God would certainly be justified in doing it. Nevertheless, this national sin is more apt to bring its own punishments over time. Although many will think it hyperbolic to say, the state sanctioning of gay marriage will eventually destroy traditional marriage."
Finally, Janet Porter is heroically not giving up the fight against gay marriage and is trying to get Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine to file a motion for rehearing.
Linda Harvey demands that Republicans all over the country oppose efforts to pass any more nondiscrimination laws because "Sodomy is NOT a civil right!"
Glenn Beck is now organizing a march in Birmingham, Alabama, which will end with speeches from the likes of David Barton.
Dan Gainor of the Media Research Center insists that "no NBC reporter is now qualified to cover the presidential election" because NBC cut ties with Donald Trump.
Michael Bresciani says "it takes no great power of discernment to see that calling what God has declared an abomination (homosexuality) is not a biblical, constitutional or common sense right for anyone on this planet – it is only a sure path to judgment."
Finally, Dutch Sheets is furious: "And who could ever forget the mocking spirit demonstrated by our president when he decorated the White House with rainbow colors. Using one of God's covenantal symbols, a symbol now used by the LGBT movement, President Obama delivered one of the most arrogant, in-your-face gestures ever performed by an American president. Knowing fully the anguish millions of Christians were experiencing over this ruling, and knowing the insult this act would be to those millions of Americans, he chose to decorate the White House in this gay and lesbian symbolism."
Todd Starnes warns that "America is about to undergo a religious purging in the public marketplace – at the hands of secular jihadists."
Rick Joyner calls for anti-gay Christians to embrace "the power of the boycott. It is not unrighteous to stop buying from those who are supporting attacks on our faith and liberty. That is just wisdom. It is now time to use this."
Judson Phillips demands that states start "nullifying federal laws and even disobeying the federal government."
Bill Muehlenberg explains how gay marriage is directly harming him: "The very fact that I regularly receive hate mail and the occasional death threat for daring to affirm heterosexual marriage certainly is another indication of how this impacts on me and my family in a very real and personal manner."
Finally, a helpful list from TFP Student Action: "12 Quotes Against Sodomy That Every Catholic Should Know."
Glenn Beck says that over the last 10 days, America has been slapping God in the face like he has never seen before.
Mychal Massie has nothing against the Confederate flag because "the Confederate flag has never called me a nigger, but white liberals have."
Julio Severo warns that "homosexuality brought destruction to Sodom, and it will bring destruction to any city or superpower embracing it. A remnant of Christians faithful to God should warn about the danger of sodomy and support efforts to protect children and their families from it."
Michael Peroutka is trying to use his new official county council title to promote the Institute on the Constitution and has even tried to promote its materials to schoolkids using county letterhead.
Finally, Jim Bakker warns that there will be dire consequences for legalizing gay marriage: "God is not mocked. America has mocked God. We have been a blessed nation, but we are not a blessed nation any longer."
NBC has cut ties with Donald Trump over his recent statement that immigrants from Mexico are drug runners, criminals, and rapists.
Franklin Graham is furious that the White House was lit up in rainbow colors following the Supreme Court ruling legalizing gay marriage: "This is outrageous—a real slap in the face to the millions of Americans who do not support same-sex marriage and whose voice is being ignored."
Gordon Klingenschmitt "congratulates" the gay community on the Supreme Court win: "Let me offer the gay community my sincere congratulations. They fought hard on this issue for decades. And they won. So for the time being, they may feel great political joy. Under American law they can now marry. But under God’s law, this will always be a sin."
One News Now needs your help deciding "what event most reflects America's monumental shift away from God's moral code?"
Finally, Theodore Shoebat calls for the rainbow "fag flag" to be burned: "I say keep the Confederate flag and strip every single one of these repulsive, diabolical little flags. Shred them to pieces, burn them, take them down and rip them up. Do whatever is necessary to destroy these idols. All of those in the South, who want to see the Confederate flag remain hoisted and presented, should, in multitudes, burn these horrid sodomite flags, to shake up the government and let them know: we know why you are doing this, you have an agenda, and that is to strip away traditional Southern culture and replace it with the modernist antichrist ideology."