James Dobson says that "the preservation of the family is the Cause for which I was born. I knew it when I was 20 years old."
James Robison warns people to vote properly: "Whatever political banner you may wave, you need the banner of the Lord and the principles of Almighty God or you are going nowhere but down. The way up is God. The way out is Divine Direction."
A bunch of anti-gay Religious Right activists are so anti-gay that they are urging other anti-gay Republicans to vote for a Democrat over a gay Republican.
Linda Harvey fumes over advances in gay rights: "Vicious attacks have been launched by the Human Rights Campaign, the Southern Poverty Law Center and others against brave, compassionate, truthful Christian brothers like Peter LaBarbera, Dr. Scott Lively, Dr. Michael Brown and organizations like American Family Association and Family Research Council. Isn’t it obvious, isn’t this revelation enough, that the poison 'fruit' of homosexual advocacy is ripening in today’s America, revealing lies and oppression, and it stinks to high heaven?"
NOM likewise fumes over the success of gay marriage: "This is not democracy: it is judicial tyranny ... [M]arriage is on the ropes, and our principles of government are taking a beating as well."
Gov. Sam Brownback blames the media and liberals for the fact that his economic policies are failing.
Bob Ellis calls on people to refuse to abide by court rulings in favor of gay marriage: "[I]f 'we the people' do not rise up and use every means at our disposal to restore law and morality to our land, we will be as complicit in the evil of these lawless judges and officials as those officials themselves."
Similarly, NOM's John Eastman calls for "a constitutional amendment to overturn these decisions."
Phyllis Schlafly says President Obama isn’t banning travel from countries with Ebola because "his proclaimed goal is the fundamental transformation of the United States to make us more like other countries."
Finally, Janet Porter has an op-ed explaining why she will not be voting for John Kasich and a new video encouraging people to vote him out of office for refusing to support her "Heartbeat Bill" legislation:
If you ignore the poor box office performance and terrible reviews, the
new "Left Behind" movie has been a smash hit!
Franklin Graham tells Glenn Beck about God's miraculous intervention in saving an America doctor stricken with Ebola.
Finally, Bryan Fischer continues to fume about yesterday's Supreme Court decision: "The justices have run America’s ship of state
full speed into the rock of God’s unchanging truth. That ship of state will break apart long before the rock of the word of God
does. This ruling is not just a judicial travesty. It is a national tragedy. May God have mercy on the United States of
Speaker John Boehner does not seem too concerned about the effort by anti-gay Religious Right groups to mobilize voters against gay Republican candidate Carl DeMaio.
Glenn Beck doesn't understand why nobody believes his new peace, love, and understanding message: "Why can’t we stop calling each other names? I know this is hard for many people to swallow from me. I do not claim to be perfect. In fact far from it. But everyone needs to start somewhere. I am trying to change my ways and be a better man. It begins with listening to others and not claiming to have all of the answers. It begins with humility and a willingness to admit to being wrong."
It is amazing that Dinesh D'Souza is actually treated as a serious intellectual by those on the Right.
Jan Markell does not have much faith in government efforts to convince American Muslims not to go overseas to fight jihad: "This is liberalism run amok. When liberalism gets away with these kinds of things, eventually there's going to be carnage on a mass scale, because they are willing to look the other way because of political correctness."
Gina Loudon warns that "the Democrats need the illegal vote to win in 2016, because they can’t win with only the vote of the American people. And they will win at any cost, even if it means Americans are infected with Third-World diseases ... This is no longer about Republicans versus Democrats. The midterm elections are about life versus death. This election and the 2016 election have become about one party that respects freedom and life, and one that thinks you are not only stupid, but expendable."
Finally, here are "9 Prophetic Keys for Binding the Homosexual Spirit."
Catholic leaders have now exorcised the Oklahoma City Civic Center Music Hall following the recent performance of a satanic "black mass."
If reelected to the Senate this year, Lindsey Graham says he'll start exploring a bid to run for president in 2016.
Bryan Fischer reiterates his pseudo-scientific belief that AIDS is not caused by HIV.
Another day, another book about how America is under God's judgment.
Noted legal scholar Peter LaBarbera takes on Judge Richard Posner over the latter's ignorance regarding the existence of ex-gays.
Finally, David Horowitz has a warning: "The terrorists are going to walk across [the border] and start blowing people up. And I think that's going to happen sooner rather than later. And every American that dies in those terrorist attacks, Democrats are responsible."
Scott Lively declares that "I am sort of a Winston Churchill type of figure."
Tea Party Nation is pretty sure that the Obama administration "wants Ebola here."
Matt Barber says that gay activists
"need to lighten up and take a step back": "Christians aren’t 'discriminating' against you because of your
'sexual orientation.' We just refuse to endorse sinful lifestyles, behaviors, messages or events. And guess what. It’s our
constitutional right to do so. The First Amendment trumps your newfangled 'sexual orientation non-discrimination laws.' Yet even
if it didn’t, God’s law supersedes man’s law."
FRC prays that God will "cause the messages delivered at VVS to 'go viral' between now and Nov. 4 and may they
radically impact the way people vote!"
Finally, James Robison warns that "the recent beheadings in the Middle East and in our
homeland reveal far more than the horrific deeds of a terrorist group. It actually reveals the evil intent of Satan
Michele Bachmann warns that President Obama is "going to give full-scale amnesty to millions of illegal aliens, which by the way would include terrorists who are currently in this country who came in illegally."
Glenn Beck's new theory is that the U.S. bombed the Khorasan Group in order to help Iran.
Bryan Fischer asserts that if Justices Kagan and Ginsburg do not recuse themselves from cases involving marriage equality, they will be "committing a federal crime."
Alex McFarland says that efforts to pass a constitutional amendment regulating money in politics are "driving America down the path of a socialist leftist agenda that will result in our kids and grandkids living in a socialist utopia that is free for no one."
Finally, Charisma's Jennifer LeClaire warns that "the prince of the power of the air is celebrating his success this week using media to promote the gay agenda and subtly indoctrinate a generation with the message 'it's OK to be gay'."
Mark Creech calls upon GOP presidential hopefuls to "Kiss The Son," by which he means they are to "welcome Christ, to honor him, to love him, to be unashamed of him and his sovereignty over all things" in their run for office.
Charles Dunn thinks Ted Cruz ought to sit out the 2016 presidential race because "he's not been around long enough to have built a substantial organization nationally." Of course, Dunn also thinks that Ben Carson would be a great vice-presidential candidate, so maybe nobody should trust his judgment.
Anti-Islam activist Robert Spencer says that even if President Obama approves the use of ground troops against ISIS, "he'll hamstring them with rules of engagement that will make it impossible for them to win anyway."
Ron Paul wants to see more secessionist movements in the U.S.
Tony Perkins says social conservatives are eager to unite behind one GOP presidential contender early in the process in an effort to avoid diluting their power.
Finally, Bryan Fischer explains that the recent breach of the White House is proof that God did not design women to serve in the Secret Service.
Tom Minnery of CitizenLink says that Religious Right groups are urging people not to vote for Republican candidates who support marriage equality to send the GOP a message that "social conservatives are people who will not be taken for granted."
Rush Limbaugh and Chuck Norris think that Eric Holder resigned in order to position himself for a Supreme Court nomination.
The Foundation for Moral Law, started by Roy Moore, is joining the right-wing campaign to demand that Justices Elena Kagan and Ruth Bader Ginsburg recuse themselves from any case involving marriage equality.
Republican congressional candidate Zach Dasher stands by his statement that atheism was partially responsible for the Sandy Hook massacre: "These children that were killed in Connecticut were made for a purpose and to be honest with you even the killer himself was made for a purpose he was made in the image of God. But somewhere along the way he believed what the atheist says. He reduced humanity to nothing more than a collection of atoms to be discarded like an old banana peel.”
Finally, "Coach" Dave Daubenmire is furious about efforts to "effeminize football" and "effeminize manhood" by harping on the Ray Rice domestic violence scandal:
The National Organization for Marriage, Family Research Council Action, and CitizenLink have announced that they are launching a joint campaign to urge voters not
to support Republican House candidates Carl DeMaio in California and Richard Tisei in Massachusetts, or US Senate candidate
Monica Wehby in Oregon because of their support for marriage equality.
FRC prays that the
upcoming Values Voter Summit "will be life and nation-changing!"
Is anyone surprised
that the Duggars do not celebrate Halloween? "Magic, sorcery, witches, spell-casting and the like are all part
of the demonic realm that God wants us to stay away from. One specific thing that our parents have always been careful about
is magic, which often shows up in children's movies. As harmless as it may seem, it's not a joke in God's
Peter LaBarbera blames support for marriage equality on a brainwashing campaign
being carried out by the media.
Finally, Bryan Fischer praises Sen. Ted Cruz for "sounding like a guest host on 'Focal
A group of Louisiana religious leaders has sent a letter to Gov. Bobby Jindal asking him not to attend the upcoming Values Voter Summit.
Molotov Mitchell says that "Imam Hussein Obama" is being anti-Semitic when he uses the term "ISIL."
Selena Owens declares that "for America to survive this atrocious, lawless current administration, as well as the effects of many years of bailouts, sellouts and cop-outs, godly leaders must lead America."
A bunch of right-wing groups and activists will gather in Washington, D.C. tomorrow for the 2014 Black Conservative Summit.
Peter LaBarbera is predictably outraged about being featured in the Human Rights Campaign's "The Export of Hate" report.
Finally, a woman named Janna Darnelle explains how gay marriage destroyed her family because her gay husband asked for a divorce instead of simply not being gay and staying married to her.
David Lane declares that
"until America restores the authority of the Bible in public education and the town square, our freedom hangs in the
Glenn Beck reveals that he was one approached about
being a contestant on "Dancing With The Stars." Sadly, he said "no."
Camenker says that "Elizabeth Warren is just sort of an empty skirt."
Richard Viguerie blasts that "the national leadership of
the Republican Party for failing to nationalize the 2014 midterm election and missing a once in a lifetime opportunity to
brand the Democratic Party as the party of government and blame Obama and the Democrats for its failures."
Cal Thomas has donated his personal
papers to Liberty University.
Finally, Scott Lively reveals that his" Campaign Manager is the
Holy Spirit, and He has His own plan and purposes for my run for Governor of Massachusetts."
"Coach" Dave Daubenmire tells his audience that they need to own a gun because social unrest is coming, but he doesn't "want to get into the debate whether or not you're going to have to shoot a law enforcement officer."
Laurie Higgins argues that the Ray Rice domestic violence scandal shows why women in the military should not be allowed to serve in combat.
Paul Vallely believes that President Obama should resign because "he has no capability of leading this country at this time."
We will probably be hearing a lot from Rifqa Bary in the coming months, as she'll soon have a book to promote.
Even the kids in Utah know that gay marriage is wrong: "One 8-year-old put marker to paper to make clear why she supported opposite-sex unions. She wrote 'God made two genders for a reason. Adam and Eve, not Eve and Eve or Adam and Adam. Get it right! It’s Adam and Eve.'"
Finally, we are looking forward to seeing David Barton, Rick Scarborough, Tony Perkins, Jim Garlow, Sandy Rios, Lila Rose and others come together next month for iPledgeSunday.
Finally, Bryan Fischer spent twosegments on his radio program today calling for the reinstatement of DADT, citing a recent GQ article about male-on-male sexual assault in the military. The article, of course, explicitly notes that such assaults have nothing to do with homosexuality: "'One of the myths is that the perpetrators identify as gay, which is by and large not the case,' says James Asbrand, a psychologist with the Salt Lake City VA's PTSD clinical team. 'It's not about the sex. It's about power and control.'"
The National Organization for Marriage needs donations because "the next six months may determine the future of marriage in America for generations to come!"
Poor people in America are not really poor, Robert Rector of the Heritage Foundation explains, because some of them own TVs and cars and have internet access.
Anne Graham Lotz responds to Jews who were upset by her assertion that they need Jesus to be saved by quoting the Apostle Paul's letter to the Romans, which really ought to convince them.
Micah Clark of the American Family Association of Indiana is not happy about judges allowing gay partners to be listed as the "spouse" on death certificates: "[R]ather than fully force same-sex marriage upon a state, they are chipping away at this through a public policy matter, knowing that this weakens marriage laws and [that] future judges can totally overturn the law by pointing back at these decisions."
Brian Camenker of MassResistance says that Scott Brown is nothing more than a liberal carpetbagger.
Finally, Vision America asks you to sign its voter pledge: "To restore religious freedom, I pledge to vote wisely in the upcoming political party primaries and general elections, and by reviewing factual data in Vision America Action's Voter Guide."
Jim Garlow has organized something called "The Jefferson Gathering" on Capitol Hill, in which Religious Right activists like Jonathan Cahn are brought in to speak to members of Congress and lead them in prayer.
Watching Glenn Beck struggle to come up with a coherent conspiracy theory to explain why President Obama uses the term "ISIL" rather than "ISIS" is rather entertaining.
Lee Duigon explains that liberals are unhappy because "Satan is unhappy": "When the devil is angry and unhappy, his servants are angry and unhappy."
Bryan Fischer is worried that Adrian Peterson's indictment on charges of child abuse will give corporal punishment a bad name, which shouldn't happen because its use is commanded by God.
Finally, "Coach" Dave Daubenmire is no conspiracy theorist, but contrails are nefarious and "something is being sprayed on us!"
Kevin Sorbo says people just were not "enlightened" enough to understand the point he was making when he said that the Jews killed Jesus.
FRC prays against Common Core: "May the American people be fully awakened! May parents have courage to stand fast in their God-given liberty, responsibility and authority to direct their children's education. May citizen activists persuade their state leaders to reverse course!"
Liberty Counsel vows to take its fight against "ex-gay" therapy bans all the way to the Supreme Court "and we will not stop fighting until these laws are relegated to the dustbins of history."
Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson shared his theological insights with Glenn Beck today: "The political correct cesspool we’re swimming around in [goes] against God on every point."
Finally, this piece by Robert Stacy McCain might just be the most bizarre screed we have ever seen posted on BarbWire. We can say for sure that it is the only thing we've ever seen posted there that uses the word "assholes" more than once.
Federal prosecutors are seeking sixteen months in prison for Dinesh D'Souza, largely based on the fact that his supposed contrition before the court does not square with the public statements he made about the case elsewhere.
Ray Comfort's upcoming anti-gay movie is going to be absolutely amazing, according to Ray Comfort.
Peter LaBarbera is furious that the U.S. will not support other nation's efforts to criminalize homosexuality: "Just because America has fallen so far that we now treat sin, in this case homosexuality, as a civil right doesn't mean we have the right to force that on other countries that have more wholesome and biblical values."
New Jersey's ban on ex-gay therapy has been upheld by the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.