Any event featuring Wiley Drake and James David Manning is bound to be an exercise in insanity.
Finally, it is more than a little ironic that J.D. Greear, a pastor speaking at the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics Religious Liberty Commission Leadership Summit, would complain that "[p]reaching against homosexuality in our day is about as popular as preaching against slavery and racism in Charleston, South Carolina, in 1861."
The AP reports that "James Dobson has won a temporary
injunction preventing the federal government from requiring his ministry to include the morning-after pill and other
emergency contraception in its health insurance."
The National Draft Ben Carson for
President Committee is raking in millions of dollars and
filling its own coffers despite having no actual affiliation with Carson.
Tea Party Express
Chairman Amy Kremer has resigned from the organization in order to assist with Matt Bevin's campaign
against Sen. Mitch McConnell.
Finally, Quiverfull and home-schooling leader
Bill Gothard is denying allegations from dozens of women that he sexually
harassed them, but admitting that his behavior was wrong: "My actions of holding of hands, hugs, and touching of feet or
hair with young ladies crossed the boundaries of discretion and were wrong. They demonstrated a double-standard and violated
a trust. Because of the claims about me I do want to state that I have never kissed a girl nor have I touched a girl
immorally or with sexual intent."
NOM is organizing its second annual "March for
Marriage" because "we must show that we will not be intimidated by the
thought-police-bullies intent on silencing us so they can push their agenda down America's throat!" Good luck with
FRC prays against legalized pot: "May state policies which encourage marijuana use,
which serve as a gateway to more harmful drugs and addiction, and that benefit only drug peddlers, be reversed! May those in
authority, especially parents, set an example and train our youth to reject mind altering drugs that are dangerous to
everyone (Lk 12:35-40; Rom 12:1; 1 Cor 6:12-20; Eph 5:18)."
Matt Barber is predictably
upset by the release of a postage stamp honoring Harvey Milk.
Finally, Steven Camarota of
the Center for Immigration Studies says it "would help the Republicans a lot" if the number of legal immigrants allowed into America was reduced by 70% or so.
Bryan Fischer and Robert Oscar Lopez commiserate over the fact that they are both considered too radical to be accepted by the "mainstream" pro-family movement.
Finally, Glenn Beck is getting into the movie-making business because "I hate politics. I hate politicians and I feel like I'm wasting my life." Which explains why he spends hours on radio and television every single day talking about politics and politicians.
After finally being allowed to enter Canada, Peter LaBarbera got
himself arrested for displaying anti-gay and anti-abortion posters and handing out literature on a college campus and then refusing to leave.
Glenn Beck says that Congressional candidate
Barry Loudermilk reminds him a lot of David Barton (and he thinks that is a good thing.)
Michele Bachmann will speak at Liberty
In the wake of the Brendan Eich controversy, anti-gay activists are calling on Mozilla "to make a clear statement to its employees as to
whether this incident is a dog whistle to all pro-marriage, pro-family, pro-life and religious employees and talent to vacate
the company or will Mozilla ensure a truly diverse and safe workplace environment for them."
We hate to break it to you, Lee Duigon, but nobody is afraid of you;
they are mocking you.
Finally, Matt Barber tells a Christian publishing company that is reportedly going to publish a book by a gay
Christian that it can "no longer call yourself a Christian publishing company. Call yourself a secular publishing
company or an anti-Christian publishing company, because what they are doing here is counter biblical, it's anti-
Christian and it flies in the face of God's teaching on sexual morality."
Ira Mehlman of the Federation for American
Immigration Reform (FAIR) warns that "the president is going to trash the Constitution even more than
he's already trashed it and do precisely what he says he doesn't have the authority to do, which is basically to
suspend virtually all deportations to grant legal status or quasi-legal status to the millions of illegal aliens who are
Alveda King and Day Gardner lament that "this week's 2014 Civil Rights Summit
missed a historic moment to acknowledge the most important civil rights struggle of our time -- securing the rights of those
alive in the womb."
Peter LaBarbera was initially prohibited from entering Canada on his way to deliver a speech to an anti-abortion group, but the decision was later reversed and he was allowed to enter.
Mike Huckabee warns that social conservatives will abandon the GOP if the party ignores social issues. Blah, blah, blah. We've literally been hearing this threat from them for twenty years.
Bryan Fischer proclaims that the Nevada rancher locked in a showdown with the federal government "is the most law-abiding citizens that you're ever going to meet." It must be nice to be able to host a daily radio talk show where you are not expected to have any idea what you are talking about.
Finally, Operation American Spring has sent Congress "copies of documents demanding the resignations of six, top government officials, including Articles of Impeachment against President Obama, for violating their oath of office, and/or by committing high crimes against the state, and requiring Congress to enforce the demands, or be held accountable."
Bob Marshall continues to rack up support, this time scoring the coveted endorsement of E.W. Jackson.
FRC prays: "Pray for those who have succumbed to pressure from activists, frenzied by their radical agenda. May business leaders understand the issues and not allow themselves to be used to promote an anti-Christian agenda. May Craig James prevail in his Texas action and may God use him mightily in his new role as Assistant to FRC President, Tony Perkins!"
Some keen insights from Michael Brown: "It is one thing to use the 'N' word, since it is overtly offensive, while I understand that terms like 'colored' or 'Negro' have been abandoned in deference to the preferences of black (or African) Americans. At the same time, black Americans have not said to us, 'Don’t say "colored," say "special,’'' whereas gay activists have said, 'Don’t say "homosexual" say "gay"'' thereby dictating concepts as well as terms."
Craig James allegedly lost his last job for being anti-gay so, of course, he has now been hired by the Family Research Council.
Anti-immigration activists are notreacting well to Jeb Bush's statement that those who enter this country illegally do so as an "act of love."
Robert Knight does not support the push for marriage equality: "It’s one thing to have the idea that a cow is now a horse. It’s another to use the power of the law to impose this delusion on everybody else. Same-sex 'marriage' is a direct attack on freedom of conscience for millions of people."
Liberty University dismisses concerns that it has hired a gay choreographer for an upcoming production of Mary Poppins.
Finally, James Dobson has a long list of ways that America is collapsing, including "in early March, Lena Dunham, the creator and star of the cable sitcom, Girls, appeared totally nude in a two minute skit on Saturday Night Live. She was naked as a jaybird. Dunham was accompanied by her co-star, Taran Killam, who was wearing nothing but a scanty leaf. Not only was the skit obscene; it mocked the biblical account of Creation and the Creator. Was there any outrage to the response? None that I heard about."
Judie Brown, founder of American Life League, is outraged that President Obama gave a rosary blessed by the Pope to Nancy Pelosi: "I'm horrified, because as a Catholic, I think it's sacrilegious for someone like Pelosi – who is allegedly a Catholic – to accept anything from a pro-abortion president, but specifically when it is a rosary. It's a sacrilege for the president to have given it to anybody or to have accepted it in the first place. He has no faith."
FRC prays against the SPLC: "May God intervene to stop the systematic defamation of those who honorably defend Biblical values. May believers everywhere pray and stand with all such. May they know spiritual and physical safety and God's protection from every scheme formed against them!"
Finally, Alex McFarland knows what is responsible for the shooting at Fort Hood: "[W]e've cheapened life and we've told generations of public school students that there is no creator God, there's purposeless evolution – and now since 1973, we've murdered ten times more human beings than Adolph Hitler through abortion."
Judith Reisman says
that AIDS victims should file a class action lawsuit against condom manufacturers on the grounds that condoms "are not
effectively designed to protect from disease those people who engage in sodomy."
Are Humans, Not Machines" reports a helpful new anti-Common Core documentary produced by Mike Farris and his
Home School Legal Defense Association.
Matt Barber says that President Obama "has committed multiple offenses that taken by themselves are
Ralph Reed and Russell Moore have written a joint op-ed supporting of immigration reform as a "moral imperative."
Scott Lively has now taken up the case of Justina
Pelletier and is challenging his fellow gubernatorial candidates to do the same.
Phyllis Schlafly has "endorsed Bob Marshall for
Congress in the upcoming April 26 primary to fill the vacancy left by Congressman Frank Wolf’s retirement in
Virginia's 10th Congressional District."
Finally, Matt Barber is calling for revolution: "Look around. We are no
longer the United States of America. We have become The Communist States of America. Which means, for those who love liberty,
revolution is once again at hand."
Cindy Jacobs has issued an "Urgent Prophetic Warning" that is conveniently vague enough so that if anything does happen, she
can claim to have prophesied it. Of course, if nothing happens, she can then just claim that her prayers prevented it.
FRC prays against Obamacare once again: "Heavenly Father, we appeal to you,
Judge of the Universe. We know that your Eternal Law commands, "Thou shalt not kill." Please guide the thinking of
our Supreme Court Justices. Move them to do right and to reaffirm the religious liberty guaranteed by our Constitution. Stir
Churches across America to join this appeal! May your will be done!"
Lots of Religious
Right infighting today, as Bryan Fischer goes after Russell
Moore while both Alan Keyes and Michael Brown attack Focus on the
Family's Tom Minnery.
The military has turned against Christians because "people in the White House [have] taken an anti-religious but particularly an anti-
Finally, Jennifer LeClaire has a warning for Jon Stewart: "Propagating lies in the name of humor or an antichrist agenda is a sad way to be remembered in eternity."
Days after announcing that legally married gay Christians would now be eligible to work for the
charity, World Vision has reversed course following a massive outcry from anti-gay activists and conservative
FRC is supporting efforts to pass an Arizona-like discrimination bill in Mississippi.
"Coach" Dave Daubenmire warns
that "Chrislam" is on the rise!
"Duck Dynasty's" Willie Robertson is defending his
father's anti-gay comments.
Gary Cass fumes: "America is religiously and morally
schizophrenic. Built on a foundation of Christian law it has been hijacked by secular relativists ... Currently we are under
the arbitrary god of humanistic secularism that makes an idol of the machinations of man."
Donohue insists that it is the organizers of The Heritage of Pride parade who are being hypocritical, not him, which is why he is refusing to march.