Scott Lively warns that the Equality Act should be called the "Gaystapo Empowerment Act" because "it will give homosexual activists and their allies the legal power to attack and punish Christians and other pro-family advocates in virtually every sphere of American life."
Roger Schlafly approves of Slovakia's decision to accept only Christian refugees from Syria.
Onan Coca warns that "the fascist atheist movement will brook no disobedience from the faithful. They will use every means in their power to enslave the majority with their politically correct anti-God behavior."
Craige McMillan wants Nuremberg-like trials for Planned Parenthood officials.
Finally, Glenn Beck reacted to today's stock market decline exactly as you would expect: "Do you have food, cash on hand, guns and GOD?"
Tony Perkins says that Josh Duggar's "deceitful behavior harms his family, his friends, his former coworkers, and the cause he has publicly espoused."
Bradlee Dean warns that the end of capital punishment leads to God's judgment.
Larry Tomczak declares that "because of rampant homosexuality, abortion, pornography, abandonment of Israel, widespread political corruption, obscene debt accumulation and celebration of immorality in America, judgment is at hand."
OANN's Graham Ledger says that some undocumented immigrants might already be "self-deporting" because they're afraid Donald Trump will be elected president
Finally, a warning from James Robison: "It is only the grace and mercy of God that prevents our nation from being destroyed. God is still our shelter, but if as a nation we continue on the present rebellious course, the hedge of protection will come down. We are already seeing it happen ... If we go on sinning willfully after receiving the knowledge of the truth, there no longer remains a sacrifice for sins, but a terrifying expectation of judgment and the fury of a fire which will consume the adversaries. It is a terrifying thing to fall into the hands of the living God."
Bill Muehlenberg takes a heroic stand: "OK, so banish me now. Exile me. Or jail me. Or even put me to death for my dastardly beliefs. But no matter how demonised and abused by the homosexual statists, I will never refrain from speaking up for truth – and for marriage and children."
OneMillionMoms is going after companies for advertising on "I Am Jazz," because it is "attempting to normalize the transgender lifestyle and make it appear OK."
Laurie Higgins tells parents that they must "notify their children's teachers ... that under no circumstances are their children to be exposed to resources that embody and espouse liberal ideas about the nature and morality of homosexuality."
Erik Rush says liberals "perpetuate the lie of a white supremacist America, and they demand our silence as Islamists, militant homosexuals and parasitic invaders from a host of culturally bankrupt latrines run roughshod over us."
Is Michelle Obama planning on running for president? No. But that isn't going to stop WND from reporting on "rumors" that she might!
Finally, Michael T. Snyder warns that something big is going to happen in September ... or maybe not: "I am fully convinced that the months ahead are going to dramatically change life in America, but whether it happens right now or not, I am 100-percent convinced that a great shaking is coming to this nation at some point."
Donald Trump's call to end birthright citizenship is winningsupport on the Right.
Ann Coulter says women support building a border fence and mass deportation because "they're the ones getting raped."
Pamela Geller has some thoughts on an FBI report about the threat of attacks on Muslims by right-wing extremists: "This is further proof of Obama’s perfidy and treachery. The FBI is targeting those who oppose jihad terror. America is woefully unprepared for the horror of what’s coming."
Joseph Farah's love for the works of Jonathan Cahn has now manifested itself in the form of a film about his life called "The Harbinger Man."
Matt Barber warns that the fight for equality by gay rights activists is "nothing short of an effort to engage in religious cleansing."
Some helpful advice from Michael Youssef: "It is time for those within the homosexual movement to reassess their fight against Christians and evangelicals. And more importantly, it is time for them to seek to know the Savior. By coming to the Savior with repentance and faith—just like the rest of us have done who have come to the Savior—He will have mercy on them and deliver them."
Phyllis Schlafly fumes that the "Army favors gays over patriotism."
Janet Porter says that "Governor John Kasich must either support the pro-life Heartbeat Bill or quit calling himself pro-life."
FRC is joining the anti-Planned Parenthood rallies this weekend.
Finally, Todd Starnes will be honored as the "National Hero of Faith" at Vision America's annual gala next month.
The American Family Association is helping to sponsor a "National Day of Protest" outside of Planned Parenthood facilities throughout the United States on August 22.
Julio Severo criticizes Austin Ruse for criticizing Scott Lively.
Speaking of Lively, he will be speaking in Chicago tomorrow on "Post-Obergefell Marriage Realities and the Freedom to Oppose Homosexuality."
Anthony LoBaido fantasizes that "perhaps abortion will cease only if a still unforeseen global biological holocaust puts into doubt the very survival of all of the world’s infants, toddlers and children."
Finally, Janet Porter tells parents to get their sons out of the Boy Scouts because "instead of keeping the oath to God, they have caved to the homosexual agenda which puts young boys at risk."
Glenn Beck has some advice for Target: "A guy is a guy and a girl is girl. And that’s all there is to it."
Burt Prelutsky declares that "it doesn’t say much about all those black Americans who take to the streets every time a black criminal is killed by a cop doing his job, but they never seem to notice or to give a damn that 501 black babies are aborted for every thousand who are allowed to live."
Steve Crampton warns about the effort to strike down Mississippi's law banning adoptions by same-sex couples: "These are desperate times; they call for desperate measures. We want to stay within the law and urge others, of course, to remain non-violent in their activism – but I think it is a time for right-thinking, God-fearing Americans to stand up and speak out against the tyranny of the judiciary."
Laurie Higgins tells parents that they must demand "that their young children not be exposed to any material or activities that embody Leftist assumptions about homosexuality or gender confusion."
Finally, it is rather alarming to learn that Mat Staver and Matt Barber apparently agree with Bryan Fischer's absurd theory about the First Amendment.
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!")
Rick Joyner says that Donald Trump "is a fresh breeze to a country choking in the darkening fog of Political Correctness."
Os Hillman warns that a major crisis is coming, which will be God's judgment for "greed in society worldwide."
NOM needs money to support passage of the First Amendment Defense Act: "Please don't let us down. More importantly, don't let America down!"
Jack Cashill says that "the left has created its own Fergusonstein, an irrationally angry monster hell-bent on dominating the people who gave it life. Black lives may matter to this monster, but truth clearly doesn’t."
Finally, since Janet Porter's "Restrain The Judges" effort failed to prevent the Supreme Court from legalizing gay marriage, she is now launching an "Impeach The Judges" effort.
Don Boys calls for bounties to be placed on all "dangerous beasts such as sharks, bears, lions, alligators, wolves, poisonous snakes, etc.": "All the grizzlies in Alaska and all the sharks in the ocean are not worth one person’s life. In fact, put a bounty on such dangerous creatures! That won’t kill them all, but it will sure thin them out."
Paul Hair warns that "there is a war going on in America. Obama, his fellow autotheists, and Satanists have declared there is no price too steep to pay for their tenets of abortion and deviant sex."
Ted Cruz thinks that it is "just foolish" for other Republican candidates to be attacking Donald Trump.
Speaking of Cruz, his father's claim that "prior to 1962, everybody prayed before school started" and that "the Bible was the principal textbook in all schools" is, unsurprisingly, "mostly false."
Finally, Phil Burress says that Megyn Kelly "came across very hateful toward Trump ... She came across as the loser, and I was very disappointed in the way her hatred of him was obvious."
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, Mike Huckabee, and others will be speaking at one of David Lane's upcoming
"Renewal Project" events in Texas later this month.
Brody says that "Fox News should be utterly ashamed. Donald Trump should sue the network for harassment."
Phyllis Schlafly says
that "Justice Kennedy’s majority opinion in favor of gay marriage is an affront to God, the Constitution, and the
Phil Burress warns that gay rights activists are "persecuting anyone who disagrees
with them, [they] want to put people in jail who do not bow at the knees of the homosexual agenda" and that Ohio Gov. John
Kasich "is in that camp."
Bryan Fischer had a rather interesting choice of guest on his radio program today.
Don Feder says that "thanks to Obama and his party opening the floodgates to Muslim
'refugees,' Sharia law is coming to America."
Finally, Gordon Klingenschmitt says that Planned Parenthood is possessed by the "demonic spirit of murder," but we see "the spirit of God in these prophets" who are making the anti-Planned Parenthood videos.
Richard Land is steamed that President Obama denounced Kenya’s criminalization of homosexuality, adding that “President Obama being president of the United States is in itself a judgment of God on the United States.”
Ann Coulter insists that “the Republican Party is going to go the way of the Whigs” unless it embraces Donald Trump and anti-immigrant rhetoric.
Alan Keyes attacks “the GOP’s quisling leaders” for failing to successfully defund Planned Parenthood.
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.”
Charles Koch claims he is bravely fighting injustice just like the abolitionists, suffragists and civil rights leaders.
Bobby Jindal ended the state’s Medicaid contract with Louisiana’s two Planned Parenthood clinics “despite the fact that the two Planned Parenthood clinics in Louisiana do not provide abortion.”
Gary Bauer, like Mat Staver, wonders what would happen if a city “declared itself a sanctuary city for traditional marriage, and refused to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples?”
One BarbWire pundit explains that “gay marriage, like so much else, is the symptom of a decadent elite that confuses its own power and privilege with civil rights, that wants to legalize its illicit behaviors even though it only embarked on them because of their illicitness.”
Alveda King says that Planned Parenthood is a tool of Satan.
Yes, please do! “Fox’s Tantaros Instructs GOP Presidential Candidates To ‘Follow Donald Trump’s Lead.’”
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."