Paul Hair declares that "Leftists are waging a War on Christianity. They are our enemies now and forevermore. The only thing left to do is fight and defeat them."
David Lane fumes: "More Republican Establishment actors need to be removed from the stage if America is to survive. Change or repentance is in order when the Founders' stated intention and model of self-government, based upon principle and moral absolutes, gets trashed and abandoned by those who run as conservatives but govern as liberals."
Michael Farris asserts that today's meeting between Donald Trump and hundreds of Religious Right activsts "marks the end of the Christian Right ... This is a day of mourning."
Don Boys angrily defends the Confederate flag: "The Confederate battle flag waved over slavery for only four years yet the stars and stripes waved over slavery for almost a hundred years. Slavery is a shameful, sinful, and sullied part of our history but only a part. The battle flag also stands for courage, commitment, consistency, and culture."
Mychal Massie wonders "how many more innocent Americans will have to be slaughtered by Muslim terrorists before America tires of Obama’s sneers and vitriol?"
Finally, Walid Shoebat is quite proud of being an anti-gay bigot: "Shoebat.com would like to extend special thanks to the LGBT community as well for all their efforts on considering us for the third prize. We can’t actually tell these to stick anything where the rainbow doesn’t shine since their orifices beg for some rest."
Some kind words from BarbWire: "Matt Barber should be happy that Right Wing Watch is condemning him and 'Hating Jesus: The American Left’s War on Christianity.' He should wear the hatred as a badge of honor ... That’s why Right Wing Watch, an evil organization, published its diatribe against him ... It’s a waste of time to engage with RWW or refute what it published because there is no point in engaging with evil."
Joseph Farah says "the very idea that it is somehow 'healthy' to exhibit any kind of pride in sinful behavior is a delusional, turning biblical truth on its head. And yet that is the queer view of pride."
David Kupelian warns that if Hillary Clinton becomes president "powerful forces of rage, revulsion and revenge will be unleashed in American society, and a level of pathology and madness we have never before witnessed will arise" and it will be all her fault.
Mike Huckabee and Pat Boone predict that the Bible "may one day be labeled a hate book."
Finally, Scott Lively continues his crusade to reclaim the rainbow: "Today, in the cynical, opportunistic style of LGBT activists everywhere, the world’s most powerful nation has asked all the other nations of the world to join in its blasphemy of God by flying the rainbow flag in memory of the 'gay on gay' slaughter at the homosexual Pulse nightclub in Orlando. It is the responsibility of Christians (and Torah-believing Jews) everywhere to speak out against this defilement of God’s rainbow, and to demand that the LGBT movement cease and desist cloaking itself in His flag."
Walid Shoebat has some more thoughts on the Orlando massacre: "When it comes to the Orlando case, the news cannot deny any longer that Omar Mateen was a faggot ... This is fag on fag terrorism combined with Islam’s Jihad and the desire for martyrdom. PERIOD."
Robert Jeffress says that President Obama's "favorite role" is that of "defender-in-chief for Islam."
Anti-Mormon activist Tricia Erickson wants Mitt Romney to shut up and stop criticizing Donald Trump: "He is just still trying to reconcile that he was not elected president of the United States – and he's a narcissist. It's all about him. It's not about our country. And people need to shun this man. The guy needs to go away."
The AFA's boycott of Target already has over a million signatures, but the organization is trying to get 50,000 more ... as if that will make a difference.
Finally, ex-gay activist Robert Oscar Lopez says "the gay lobby wasted the gay community's time and their donors' money. They need to go.": "From Anita Bryant to Scott Lively, the gay lobby has trafficked in hysteria about the mortal threat posed to LGBTs by people who have Christian beliefs, do not approve of sodomy, and think families based on a mother and father with children are for the best. All those billions of dollars in petty lawsuits, phony shock ads, blacklists, watchdog groups, and sensational legislation, and for what?There is still AIDS. Domestic violence and sexual assault plague the gay community."
Phillip Jennings explains why God would vote for Donald Trump.
Joseph Farah guarantees that "Trump is going to win. Hillary is not. It won’t be close."
Cliff Kincaid wonders why President Obama "gets emotional talking about Islam" and "gets emotional when talking about Islam being blamed for killing Americans."
Linda Harvey is very upset about gay-friendly Christians: "Proud homosexual rebellion is taking many people’s lives to the edge of eternal danger but, unfortunately, people who call themselves Christians are now jumping in front of this parade with a twisted version of the gospel, one that poses a great threat: becoming comfortable with God-offending sins."
Finally, Scott Lively says the massacre in Orlando happened because America has abandoned God: "What claim does any person or society have to protection by God if it doesn’t actually belong to Him — or in America‘s case, has pushed Him forcefully from every aspect of public life?"
Janet Porter is in her fight against Target for the long haul, as she's already planning "back to school" protests.
Bryan Fischer says we should block Muslim immigration just like we "blocked immigration from Ebola-ravaged countries." Except, of course, we never did that.
Laurie Higgins says that "while it is justifiable to feel anger about public displays of perversion, especially in the presence of young children, hatred of those human beings who experience homoerotic feelings and affirm a homosexual identity is evil."
Pat Buchanan declares that "those who believe Islam is the one true faith, to which all of mankind must eventually submit, should be told that they are welcome as visitors – but not as immigrants. For that would ensure endless conflict."
Finally, Tony Perkins says the massacre in Orlando was "a conflict of the president's own making. By coddling and promoting Islam, the Obama administration has created an environment where people who identify as gay, lesbian, or transgendered are increasingly vulnerable."
Apparently Donald Trump's plan to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border will be good spiritually for Mexicans because "too many of the Mexicans have relied on their dream being coming to America as their salvation rather than trusting in the Lord to provide."
The Benham brothers say that America is under God's judgment because of legal abortion.
C. Peter Wagner, a leading figure in the New Apostolic Reformation, is backing Donald Trump: "Let me point out that influence is related to spirituality in the Religion Mountain, but this is not true in any of the other six mountains that are the molders of culture. The chief producer of influence in the six non-Religion mountains is not spirituality but success. The most successful people are the most influential. Success? In the Business Mountain and the Media Mountain Trump has accumulated $8-10 billion. He knows how to influence. I want to vote for a commander-in-chief, not a bishop-in-chief."
On a related note, several other NAR leaders, including Mike Bickle, recently met with Pope Francis.
Finally, Shoebat.com's Andrew Bieszad says there were no blameless victims in Orlando because both Islam and homosexuality are evil: "Do not go and tell me these people are 'martyrs' or 'good guys,' because the hard reality was we saw two denziens of hell fighting with each other in a foreshadowing of what hell really looks like, which is a place where there is no love, where everybody hates each other, where the saints are cursed and the only thing that abides is pure, hateful, Godless evil amidst the stench of brimstone and raging flames fueled by the wrath of God."
The latest from David and Jason Benham: "How Benham Brothers Are Interceding for Gay Christian Rocker Trey Pearson." Are they offering him baseball tickets?
Tony Perkins laments that "we're celebrating gay pride at the expense of American pride."
Reportedly nearly 1,000 Religious Right activists have requested permission to attend the upcoming closed-door meeting with Donald Trump.
Kristan Hawkins says Hillary Clinton is "the Regina George of politics, the Mean Girl ready to throw other women under the bus because they don’t agree with her or because they just aren’t as cool as her and don’t wear $12,000 Armani jackets."
Richard Land will support Donald Trump because "we're dealing with a choice between a lesser evil and a greater evil, and Mrs. Clinton is the greater evil ... [I]f we don't help the lesser evil prevail over the greater evil, we become responsible morally for helping the greater evil to prevail."
Finally, Chris Mills has some thoughts on Hillary Clinton: "In my opinion she fulfills the duties of the Chaplin of the Communistic Church of America, she stands un-apologetically before the world as 'The Protector of the Perverse, The Defender of the Demented, The Unifier of the Unrepentant, The Guardian of the Godless, The Matriarch of the Altar of Molech and the High Priestess of the Satanic Temple'."
Robert Jeffress says that conservative Christians "are going to realize ... there is no choice in this election except to vote for Donald Trump" because the only thing that matters is the Supreme Court.
Thrice-married adulterer Newt Gingrch says that Trump is "totally virtuous" compared with Bill and Hillary Clinton.
Bill Muehlenberg says that atheists are consumed by "their hatred of God ... [which] explains their love of abortion, their hatred of marriage and family, their rejection of traditional morality, and their enmity to America and the West."
Michael Brown seems to think that gay and transgender people should just stay in the closet for the sake of their families.
A representative of the American Family Association attended Target's shareholders meeting today to complain about the company's effort to protect the rights of transgender customers and employees and was "clearly snubbed" by company executives.
On a related note, Janet Porter declares that "Target is evil. And now Target has become dangerous. If they don’t change their policy that puts women and children at risk, they deserve to be more than boycotted – they deserve to be bankrupt."
Phyllis Schlafly proclaims that "men have no place in the ladies’ room, and neither does political correctness."
Naturally, David Horowitz is defending Donald Trump's racist attack on a Mexican-American judge.
Finally, another typically reasonable column from BarbWire's Gina Miller: "Barack Obama (or whatever his name is) continues to stand firmly in demented opposition to the God of all creation. Last week, Obama again signed a presidential proclamation declaring June to be 'LGBT' Pride Month. Some might shrug this off as no big deal, but this is a very big deal. This is the President of the United States, on behalf of our nation, officially celebrating pride of sin, sin the Bible calls an abomination to God."
Joseph Farah says that times are tough over at his conspiracy theory website and that WND now faces an "existential threat."
Sure, Richard Viguerie once said that Donald Trump was totally unstable and had "serious psychological problems," but that was before; now he says that anyone who won't vote for Trump should just "drop the charade and have the guts to defend your choice to advance Hillary Clinton's campaign and take ownership of the destruction of liberty and constitutional government that her election will surely bring."
The latest column from David Lane: "The recent SCOTUS ruling codifying into law same-sex intercourse and marriage, and the revelry that followed by corporate America each serve as perfect examples of how our nation stands on the bring [sic] of a moral collapse. Instead of deep grief and remorse over the immorality of five Supreme Court Justices, big business gloated in the systematization of sexual deviancy and abnormality."
Bert Farias mourns that Muhammad Ali died without converting to Christianity becuase "Islam is a big fat lie from the pit of hell."
Finally, some helpful child-rearing advice from James Dobson: "It is not inappropriate for a man to feel things deeply or to reveal his inner passions and thoughts ... Tell him it is great to laugh and have fun with his friends, but advise him not to be 'goofy.' Guys who are goofy are not respected, and people, especially girls and women, do not follow boys and men whom they disrespect ... [G]irls should not call boys on the telephone—at least not until a committed relationship has developed. Guys should be the initiators, planning the dates and asking for the girl’s company."
David French will not launch a conservative third party challenge to Donald Trump. We look forward to David Barton telling French that his decision was "pure selfishness" the next time he appears on "Wallbuilders Live."
Joseph Farah is mad at Michelle Obama: "Isn't it time for her to get off her high horse and say something nice about America?"
Matt Barber says that "those who deny the existence of their Creator are delusional. This is not an insult. It’s not a personal attack. It’s not a pejorative. It's a fact."
Don Boys is fed up with all the praise for Prince: "Prince squandered his talent, wasted his life, and helped lead untold numbers of people into a world of drugs, sex, and violence. He is not to be praised but pitied."
Finally, Larry Tomczak is not too happy about President Obama's LGBT Pride Month declaration.
The Catholic League's Bill Donohue is not impressed by the nonreligious people who will be attending the Reason Rally this weekend: "They stand for nothing, believe in nothing, and many are good for nothing."
Memo to Franklin Graham: Jerry Boykin's First Amendment rights do not entitle him to say whatever he wants without consequence.
NOM announced today that the 2016 March for Marriage will take place on Saturday, June 25th: "This year's March will protest the outrageous, anti-constitutional and illegitimate decision of the US Supreme Court redefining marriage ... We are also marching to protest the imposition of a dangerous gender ideology by LGBT extremists and the Obama administration."
Peter LaBarbera provides in-depth coverage of his protest against the "International Mr. Leather" conference in Chicago last month.
Finally, Paul Hair would love it if Marvel would turn Captain America into "a God-fearing man who fights transgender terrorists and their goal of forcing men into women’s bathrooms."
Linda Harvey declares that "it’s a stupid business practice to back the homosexual/gender confusion movement. Once it becomes widely known, your company will suffer a sales decline."
In news that should not surprise anyone, Hispanic Republicans are not particularly thilled by the prospect of voting for Donald Trump.
The general manager of Glenn Beck's radio show has reponded to the news that Beck's show has been removed from Sirius Radio by declaring that they "will continue to refuse to engage in the manipulative and bullying tactics of progressives."
A federal judge has signaled that a case against Sheriff Joe Arpaio "would likely be referred for criminal prosecution and agreed with an attorney for the plaintiffs that Arpaio committed perjury while testifying during his 21-day civil contempt trial last year."
Finally, Timothy Buchanan recognizes Memorial Day by asserting that "America is no longer worthy of the lives offered to defend it" because "no honorable person risks his life so that transvestites can parade around in public and impose their debauchery on innocent children and women."
Larry Tomczak tells his fellow religious conservatives that it is "time to be a good soldier" and support Donald Trump.
Sarah Palin praises Trump as "a golden wrecking ball."
Jesse Lee Peterson says that "violent Black Lives Matter agitators don’t belong on college campuses; they belong in jail. If it weren’t for affirmative action, most wouldn’t even be on campus. It’s time to give these idiots the boot and make room for serious students and professors."
Bryan Fischer lays out the Christian view of the bombing of Hiroshima.
Finally, Cliff Kincaid warns that allowing veterans to access medical marijuana will "turn vets into psychotic potheads."
Peter LaBarbera says that "now the Sexual Left–having legally destroyed the meaning of marriage with the eager help of the U.S. Supreme Court–has moved on to 'mainstreaming' and mandating accommodation for (trans)gender rebels–think men with fake boobs and a penis invading female restrooms; sadomasochism; men becoming human 'dogs'; and 'polyamory' (anti-fidelity). As for pedophilia, that lobby is still gearing up–mimicking the successful, manipulative tactics of the 'gay liberation' movement by portraying themselves as the aggrieved 'victims' of an inconvenient 'orientation.'"
Michael Brown calls upon Donald Trump to humble himself and admit to his mistakes. Good luck with that.
Anne Graham Lotz, who believes that the return of Jesus is imminent, says that God may be keeping her father, Billy Graham, alive so that he can witness it.
Linda Harvey declares that "bathrooms should continue to be safe places to perform necessary functions, not proving grounds for depraved identities."
Finally, David Whitney says that "new neckwear is being prepared for Obama in light of his administration’s actions" on transgender rights, citing Matthew 18, which says that "whoso shall offend one of these little ones which believe in me, it were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and that he were drowned in the depth of the sea."
The latest column from Bryan Fischer is as sensible as always: "The Gay Gestapo is on a mission from the Dark Lord to relentlessly harass, intimidate, punish, and silence every advocate of sexual normalcy."
David Barton insists that, according to the left, "there’s no greater heel in history, no greater jerk than Thomas Jefferson."
Donald Trump's campaign seems to be run by a bunch of real pros.
Pator Perry Noble says those Religious Right leaders who are planning to meet with Trump next month are hypocrites because most of them supported Mitt Romney in 2012: "I would bet if you took a survey of many of these same evangelical leaders that are going to the 'Trump Inquisition' next month...concerned about his lack of morality and stance on certain issues...that you would find many of those same leaders did not have to have such a meeting with Mitt Romney ... What's the problem? Honestly, I see it as a bit of hypocrisy for a group of people to ask Trump to 'prove himself' when the same group were leading the Romney bandwagon!"
On a related note, those organizing that meeting with Trump are laughably insisting that the meeting is "not intended to be political in nature."
Rep. Renee Ellmers explains why she endorsed Donald Trump: "Women are forward thinking and they don't care what's happened in the past."
The Alabama State Republican Executive Committee passed a resolution in support of Roy Moore that calls on "the Court of the Judiciary to drop the politically motivated charges against" him.
Phyllis Schlafly says that "our society was built on a foundation of the traditional family unit with men and women accepting their responsibilities. Transgenderism is a threat to traditional gender roles and to the foundation of American society."
The Illinois Family Institute declares that "the public school system is not broken. On the contrary, it is doing exactly what it was designed to do: indoctrinate the next generation into a socialist perspective of voluntary slavery."
Finally, Judith Reisman warns that gays "aim to wipe out all morality – whatever legal mechanisms that have protected the weak from the strong for thousands of years, to allow hypersexualizing all, expecting still normal folks to 'get over it.' It will be all ages for sex and include no limitations. There are to be no boundaries or regulations with regard to sexual identity or behavior. Indoctrination of all, at least by kindergarten, that one’s sexuality is a fluid, changing construct."