FRC's Peter Sprigg is not happy with U2's Bono for celebrating Ireland's vote to legalize gay
Speaking of FRC, the organization will be joining Sen. Mike Lee and others for a press conference next week to express their "deep concern
about the potential loss of tax-exempt status for educational institutions should the Supreme Court find constitutional legitimacy
for same-sex marriage."
Another well-reasoned column from BarbWire's Gina Miller: "We have a man in the White House
who has done more than any past president to push the devilish radical homosexual agenda. Countless millions of dollars have
been spent on the homosexualist propaganda campaign, which has also been exported around the world from the United States.
This does not end well."
Citizenlink's Stuart Shepard warns that gay marriage is like a tornado ... or
Finally, Dana Loesch claims that
we here at Right Wing Watch are "known for just fabricating quotes, fabricating legislation, fabricating things said in
The Iowa Religious Right group the Family Leader will not be asking GOP presidential candidates to sign its "Marriage Vow" pledge this time around, as it did in 2012.
Apparently, the American Family Association needs money so that it can begin broadcasting its right-wing radio programs in Washington, D.C.
Keith Fournier, Alveda King and Ken Blackwell will be participating next month in a Family Research Council event entitled "Marriage and Civil Rights: How to Respond Rightly If the Court Gets It Wrong."
Get ready, because June 6 is "The Pill Kills Truth National Day of Action."
Steve Deace is furious with "the GOP establishment [which] fought harder and dirtier last year to keep an aging and largely disorientated liberal adulterer in the U.S. Senate, than they fought to get Obama out of the White House in 2012."
Finally, Larry Tomczak warns that array of catastrophes could be right around the corner, including "devastating economic collapse; horrific drought, gas and food shortages; Middle East war; a series of coordinated Islamic terrorist attacks; outbreak of new AIDS-like virus; racial riots erupting nationwide; multiple massive earthquakes, EMP (Electromagnetic Pulse) Internet-crippling attack; assassinations and political chaos."
Right-wing Catholic leaders are not happy that Ireland overwhelmingly voted to legalize gay marriage last week, with Deacon Keith Fournier declaring that "when an entire country freely chooses to reject both the laws of nature and of nature’s God, there will be consequences" and Father Shenan J. Boquet of Human Life International warning that "there is no sustainable peace for those who reject God’s law, and the effect on the traditionally Catholic nation of Ireland will be severe."
When Rick Perry makes his presidential announcement, he'll be surrounded by a gaggle of high profile Navy SEALS.
An interesting battle is shaping up between the NRA and right-wing pastors in North Carolina who support the state's ban on hunting on Sundays.
Matt Barber tells parents that they have been warned that gay Boy Scout leaders will molest their children: "If you leave your children in the Boy or Girls Scouts of America, anything that might happen is on your head."
Peter LaBarbera has now set his sights on The Leather Archives & Museum: "It glorifies the most heinous perversions, including pedophilia and incest. And nobody knows what's going on in there except the homosexual movement – and they try to keep it hidden."
Finally, last week, Cindy Jacobs' Generals International sent out an urgent message that "a prophetic intercessor was warned in a dream of a severe attack from ISIS, possibly targeting the Memorial Day Parade in Washington DC." No such attack took place, so we'll probably hear from Jacobs soon about how their prayers prevented it.
Ted Cruz's presidential campaign is set to pick up the coveted endorsement of Rep. Louie Gohmert.
Jake MacAulay is "no longer a slave to my sinful disposition. Instead of admiring Jay Z and Beyoncé as the musically, and artistically talented superstars they are, I lament the message that they both promote in their music."
Matt Baber declares that support for gay marriage comes from "the father of lies — taking something that God has created, perverting it and falsifying it in order to push sin and immorality."
Father Peter West of Human Life International warns that "it would be a tragedy now if Ireland were to choose a path which ultimately brings about destruction of the family and society."
Finally, Sen. Mike Lee, Tony Perkins, and Ken Cuccinelli will be among the featured speakers "on the inaugural Media Research Center Caribbean cruise."
Dave Daubenmire credits his prayer campaign for
the dismissal of the latest case against
creationist Kent Hovind.
The Kansas House voted to expand Kris Kobach's power to prosecute voter fraud cases.
Alex McFarland is alarmed by polls showing that Americans would rather have a gay president than an
evangelical one: "So what the American people are essentially saying is 'we want a president who doesn't believe in
moral boundaries. We would rather have a president that was ethically amoral rather than dependent on the God of our founding
Glenn Beck dedicated his entire radio program today debating the issue of marijuana legalization.
Congratulations to Carol Paul, wife of Ron
Paul, for being named the Eagle Forum's "2015 Full-
Time Homemaker Of The Year."
Finally, Mat Staver says that "President Obama must hate
America because his hostility towards Israel will bring a curse on our country ... President Obama is playing with fire and he is
dragging every American citizen with him into the pit of Hell."
Timothy Buchanan says "there is no such thing as a Christian-Democrat. There is no way to defend the godless policies of the Left under cover of Christian compassion, deceitful ideals of social justice, inclusion, or other kinds of double-speak."
Larry Tomczak calls upon conservative Christians to sign his "pledge to obey God, not government, regarding the sanctity of life and marriage."
Finally, FRC prays against Dan Savage's new sitcom on ABC: "Pray that thinking Americans will reject the filth that ABC-Disney is spewing upon our nation and using to harm our children. May the MRC petition succeed and this nasty program be cancelled!"
Gina Miller says there is a "war being waged by the militant homosexual movement, which is tyrannical at its heart. The forcing on society of perverse sexual behavior is part of the Marxist Left’s campaign to destroy the moral foundations of the United States."
Scott Walker was recently in Washington, D.C., where he met with leaders of the Susan B. Anthony List and Concerned Women for America.
Travis Weber of the Family Research Council calls for "legislation to be passed at the federal level and the state level around the country protecting people who support traditional marriage from the government, from the government discriminating against them, intruding into their affairs and penalizing them because of their beliefs.”
Finally, the researchers who debunked Mark Regnerus' anti-gay parenting study say that "if he were one of my students I’d make him redo the paper."
A helpful tip from Rev. Austin Miles: "The sub-human creature called Obama, can rightfully be identified as a charismatic monster that rose straight from the pits of hell. From hell did he come and to hell shall he return."
In their latest WND column, the Benham brothers repeat a spurious quote often attributed to George Washington.
Janet Porter is demanding an apology from President Obama for supposedly "condemning the words of Jesus."
Cindy Jacobs and her prayer warriors recently went to New York to save America from economic calamity.
Finally, Matt Barber will not comply with the despots who are seeking to legalize gay marriage: "To coerce, through the power of the police state, faithful Christians to abandon the millennia-old biblical sexual ethic and embrace the sin of Sodom would likewise require that Christians sign-off on fornication, adultery, incest and bestiality. Such is the unnatural nature of government-mandated moral relativism."
Audrey Russo warns that "Obama has been planting Muslims, here in the United States, since he came into office ... And when that planting blooms: It will be a harvest from Hell."
Gary Bauer has some thoughts on the sorts of "gotcha questions" he wants to see Democratic presidential candidates have to face.
Mat Staver says that "the push for transgender rights is all a part of the homosexual agenda to create sexual anarchy in order to destroy marriage, morality, and objective truth. This is not civil rights; this is the abolition of civil rights. It is the deconstruction of objective reality and natural law."
Marjorie Dannenfelser is all in for Carly Fiorina.
Finally, another reasonable column from David Lane: "Here in the United States, the Supreme Court looks to conform every vestige of American life and society to the worship of the golden calf of Secularism ... Another diabolical serpent is stalking the land. This is natural, of course, for freedom eternally faces a fundamental moral challenge. Why? It's part of God's unending order."
Scott Walker is working hard to court Religious Right activists who are skeptical about the depth of his support for their radical agenda.
NOM calls for all states to follow Texas' lead in preemptively defying the Supreme Court on gay marriage.
Sadly, John Bolton will not be running for president.
Gary Bauer thinks that "the election victory by Prime Minister David Cameron and the Conservative Party in Great Britain should encourage conservatives who are fearful that Hillary Clinton will be president." It seems that no one told Bauer that Cameron is a supporter of gay marriage and universal health care.
Finally, Erik Rush has some intelligent thoughts to share about Michelle Obama: "I’ll have to admit that First Sasquatch Michelle Obama outdid her husband concerning racialist gaffes in one fell swoop over the weekend, when she bloviated at length before a lectern at Tuskegee University. Her so-called commencement address was largely a stream of self-pitying, self-righteous, bitter, paranoid racialist propaganda."
Anti-gay activist Steven Hotze explains why Texas must protect itself from gay marriage: "It would be mandated that children be taught the practice of homosexuality in the schools beginning as early as kindergarten. Children in school would be encouraged to experiment with homosexual behavior. The purpose of this is to desensitize children so they can be easily recruited into the homosexual movement."
Morgan Brittany says that "not only does the left defend radical Muslims, but they have a love affair with criminals who gun down innocent people."
BarbWire's John Biver calls on GOP presidential candidates to "stop referring to men who like to have sex with men as 'gay.' Instead, refer to them as men who like to have sex with men."
It turns out that the latest Operation Rescue story about a woman being rushed to a hospital from a Planned Parenthood facility missed one key detail about what really transpired.
Finally, you do not want to mess with tough guy Todd Starnes: "Mr. President -- you need to keep your Saul Alinksy, Community-Organizing Paws out of our newsrooms."
Linda Harvey says that anti-discrimination measures that provide protection to gays "should really be called 'gag' orders, because the goal is to criminalize speech and Christian faith."
Frank Gaffney says that President Obama has "changed sides" on Iran.
We can add Texas Eagle Forum leader Cathie Adams to the list of conservatives worried about Jade Helm 15: "Why is it that only states that are red, those that are Republican, are being targeted in this?"
Christopher Doyle blasts the Oregon legislature for putting "politics and pedophiles above patients" by banning ex-gay conversion therapy for minors.
James Dobson continues to issue dire warnings about the Supreme Court's looming gay marriage ruling.
Finally, Michael Farris vows that Patrick Henry College will "stand forthrightly for Christ and for liberty no matter what the cost" if the Supreme Court legalizes gay marriage.
Want to spend 24 hours on the National Mall singing the National Anthem with various Religious Right activists? You are in luck!
Franklin Graham says that if the Supreme Court strikes down gay marriage bans, it "sets the stage for persecution of believers committed to living by the truth of God’s Holy Word."
Some bad news from Jonathan Cahn: "[D]o I believe that we can avoid God's judgment, the hand of His shaking? No—not any more than could ancient Israel. No nation, so blessed with God's blessings, can so blatantly war against the God of its blessings and expect those blessings to continue. I believe a great shaking is coming to this nation."
Bryan Fischer says homosexuality "is a worse form of sexual sin because it deviates even further from God’s design for sexual union than adultery does."
Finally, apparently using the abbreviations B.C.E and C.E instead of B.C and A.D is a form of anti-Christian persecution: "On the surface it is peaceful and silent, but underneath just as deadly as the physical kind sans the torture, beheadings, and refugees."
BarbWire's Gina Miller is pessimistic: "Are we truly watching a perfect storm of tyrannical darkness conquer the United States? Have we finally been defeated by the ever-patient, ever-evil, embedded communists, who’ve had their wicked designs on our nation for at least a hundred years? Is our culture so rotten to the core that it can never return to virtue and right? Are America’s younger generations lost to Godless, communist indoctrination and ideology, which includes radical environmental lunacy and the eager embrace of militant homosexualism and the destruction of marriage and family?"
Richard Land is torn about whether Christians should attend gay couples' weddings, but he knows that he can never vote for any candidate who supports marriage equality.
Unsurprisingly, Land is very excited that Mike Huckabee is running for president because "preachers do not surrender their constitutional right to run for office, and participate in public policy, when they become ordained." Um, is someone actually arguing that they do?
David Kupelian says that gay rights are "like Voldemort, the arch-villain so feared by everyone in the ‘Harry Potter’ stories that they ‘dare not speak his name,’ almost no one – not Democrats, not Republicans, not Libertarians, not the media, not even most churches – dares speak openly about it."
Finally, Bryan Fischer says that the sneering, arrogant "cultural elites" look down on the Religious Right today just like they did at Jesus.
When he was governor of Florida, Jeb Bush's administration gave a $600,000 tax subsidy package to an internet-filtering company owned by the American Family Association.
Phyllis Schlafly says that the fight against immigration reform "is do-or-die for America."
Peter LaBarbera is alarmed by the news that an editor at Townhall.com is gay because while gay conservatives "may be conservative on a bunch of issues, and do wonderful work on those issues, but when it comes to homosexuality, they become gay rights activists."
The only people who want to know Glenn Beck's thoughts on "the media of the future" are people who don't actually ever listen to Glenn Beck because, if they did, they would know that he is the last person on earth who they should be asking.
Some helpful advice from Jennifer LeCalire: "If you live in a region where false Mary worship is rising, you'll notice that Jezebel's witchcrafts rise again in May. That's because of the traditional 'May Crowning' ritual that takes place to honor the Virgin Mary as 'the Queen of May.'"
Finally, Bryan Fischer keeps citing the recent terrorist attack in Texas as evidence that America needs to ban Muslim immigration despite the fact that both of the men who carried out the attack were native-born Americans.
Mike Huckabee has already secured the coveted endorsement of Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar.
Randall Murphee of the American Family Association defends his organization's regular use of boycotts.
Joseph Farah wonders if the time has come for Christians to "recognize they have effectively failed to serve as salt and light in their culture and begin withdrawing from American 'mainstream' society for the sake of their own children and obedience to God rather than man."
Glenn Beck interviewed Rep. Steve King on his radio program today and King promised Beck that he could come along the next time King travels to Egypt to meet President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi.
Finally, Dave Daubenmire is not buying all of the claims made by Religious Right leaders that they will not obey any Supreme Court ruling in favor of gay marriage: "So now, they say it is time to disobey. WE WILL NOT OBEY! I hear them bombasting in regard to their anticipated defeat in the Supreme Court’s homo-marriage decision. Really? They are going to go to jail? James Dobson, Tony Perkins, Matt Staver, Franklin Graham, Jerry Johnson, Rick Santorum, Keith Fornier, Rick Scarborough—they’re willing to go to jail? REALLY?"
Cindy Jacobs offers some prophetic insights:"Women will determine the next election, and Asians will be the swing vote. The states will polarize on an even greater level, and some will threaten to break with the union if their state constitutions are violated."
Jan Markell has "no idea what has caused [Jimmy] Carter to become anti-Semitic."
Randall Terry has started a GoFundMe campaign seeking to raise $200,000, claiming to have received death threats from radical Muslims.
Franklin Graham defends Tony Perkins: "I know Tony. He’s a great American and a strong Christian. Just because Christians take a stand aligned with what the Word of God says is true, that doesn’t mean we are anti-gay. It means that we love people enough to warn them."
The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission will host an event in July "in response to the U.S. Supreme Court’s upcoming ruling on same-sex marriage ... Event speakers will seek to equip Christians and churches to be faithful in engaging the culture with the gospel in a post-marriage society."
The Supreme Court has rejected Liberty Counsel's appeal in its ongoing effort to strike down laws in California and New Jersey banning the use of ex-gay conversion therapy on minors.
Some keen insights from Robert Oscar Lopez: "Like the Puritans, The Gays have founded a city on a hill, which must shine for all the world to see. Only 'city on a hill' sounds so lame. For The Gays, it is a disco on a hill."
This is a not-at-all inflammatory headline for Laurie Roth's latest BarbWire column: "Will the Supreme Court Rape the Nation…Again?"
Tom Pauken is angry that some GOP presidential hopefuls would be willing to attend a gay wedding.
Finally, a dire warning from Rodney Howard-Browne: "Without divine intervention, what we call America will be gone within the next couple of years. It's that critical. The handwriting is on the wall. Only God can save us now. This is not a game. If we don't see a turn in the next two or three years, America as we know it will sink into the abyss and will be gone forever."
Cindy Jacobs' friend had a "warning dream" and she can be trusted because she has a "track record of seeing events happen in dreams prior. I dreamt accurate warnings of the Boston marathon bombings, the Sandy Hook school shootings, the Nairobi Kenya mall shootings."
Hans Von Spakovsky is outraged that the Federal Election Commission is promoting “goofy gender ideology” by holding a forum on women in politics.
Finally, Gov. Nikki Haley invites everyone to participate in the upcoming "The Response" prayer rally being held in South Carolina in June.