Jesse Lee Peterson warns that "if conservative Christians don’t get a spine, we will lose America."
The Center for Immigration Studies says letting parents of children who are American citizens stay in the country would encourage undocumented immigrants to have more children who "would, inevitably, be poor and many of them illegitimate."
Michael Brown is outraged by Rand Paul's suggestion that the GOP agree to disagree on social issues in order to attract younger voters, saying "the fact that he is presently at or near the top of the Republican heap is downright scary."
Finally, speaking of Beck, we guarantee you that he will continue to assert that White House press briefings are scripted even though everyone involved denies it and the local reporter who made the claim has retracted it and admitted that she made a mistake.
Phyllis Schlafly must protect her good name from her own nephew because "alcohol has a connotation that is the opposite of conservative values."
Bryan Fischer sours on Rand Paul and warms to Ted Cruz.
Speaking of Cruz, he told a gathering of home-schoolers in Iowa that "school choice is the civil rights issue of the 21st century."
A homicide detective will apply "his cold case investigation skills to the Bible" to determine if the evidence of "Jesus' death [will] stand up to today's standards for reliable eyewitness testimony" at a series of events called "Cold Case Christianity."
Finally, Peter LaBarbera is upset that a transgender contestant was named "Miss Congeniality": "The saddest thing of all is that people like this, even young men and girls, are championed and celebrated when they demonstrate this sort of gender confusion and sexual confusion. It's a sad day in America to see these kinds of cases celebrated."
The next release from EchoLight
Studios under CEO Rick Santorum is a TV movie called "The Redemption of Henry Myers" that will air on the Hallmark
Frank Gaffney offers a hearty "thank you" to Jerry Boykin because he deserves gratitude, "not cheap
shots from critics far more deserving of the public revulsion they’re trying to foment against him."
Gary Bauer is mad at Guinness, Heineken and Sam
Adams: "Far too many corporations are becoming active combatants in the culture war, fighting against the Judeo-
Christian values cherished by so many of their consumers."
Gary Cass says that "because he does not
believe in God, [Bill] Maher has no basis for morality. Apparently Maher does not see the utter futility of his feigned moral
Finally, while speaking of Maher, MRC's Dan Gainor says those on Left hate Christianity so much they would "kick us out of the country, lock us up,
or shoot us," if they could.
How should Catholics "respond to the possibility and growing concern that Pope Francis might be the False Prophet" foretold in the Bible?
Pornography addicts are "lower than the pagans" because "they fall from worship of a transcendent being to that of mere created things and sink yet lower into disordered passions, violence and degradation."
FRC prays: "May God stir the people in 'pro-abortion' states! May they choose leaders, who like America's Founders will uphold the right to life as an unalienable right given to all by our Creator. May He distinguish from among the states those who seek to honor God and His laws. May Roe v. Wade be overturned!"
Good point, Phyllis Schlafly: "Obama’s peculiar military policies are not based on incompetence. His military policies are part of his personal ideology to redistribute power in the world. When Obama told Joe the plumber that Obama wanted to 'spread the wealth around,' that was only part of his plan. He also wants to spread power around to achieve his worldview that we-are-all-equal."
Right-wing political analyst Tom Pauken is positive that "there is a silent majority of Americans who are disgusted with social liberalism and the Hollywood culture, and admire anyone willing to stand up for traditional values."
Finally, David Barton explains that God has raised up a new generation that will end abortion once and for all.
Phil Burress says that if a gay marriage is on the ballot in Ohio in 2016, it'll be bad news for Hillary Clinton because "it will bring out the conservatives and also the evangelicals in record numbers."
Arizona Governor Jan Brewer will not be running for re-election.
Apparently, President Obama should support abstinence education "because the majority of parents of teens who are Democrats do not support the president's perennial effort to eliminate the abstinence education or sexual risk avoidance approach."
Napp Nazworth says activists should stop using the "fungible funds" argument against Planned Parenthood because the same argument can just as easily be used against things they support.
Finally, Kevin Swanson stands by his claim that the movie Frozen promotes homosexuality and bestiality, though he insists that our post initially reporting this very thing was somehow inaccurate.
A new poll shows that "sixty-one percent of Republican-leaning adults ages 18-29 say they favor" gay marriage, which ought to make Matt Barber's really start considering a third party.
Ben Carson warns that gun registration might lead to martial law.
Diane Gramley, president of the American Family Association of Pennsylvania, says Rick Santorum should not to make another run for president: "He has some conservative followers, but I don't think he's got enough to make an impact when it comes to running for president. I think if he wants to have a real track record of seeing conservatives have a chance at the White House, he just needs to stay out of the race."
Former Kansas Attorney General Phill Kline is petitioning the Supreme Court to review and overturn a Kansas Supreme Court decision suspending his law license.
Frank Gaffney declares that "it’s long been clear that, under the Obama administration, America has switched sides in the War for the Free World."
Finally, in defending Arizona's proposed discrimination law, Richard Land says he does not support laws such as those passed in Uganda because "separation of church and state means among other things that the church should not use the coercive powers of the state to penalize consensual infractions it considers immoral."
Media Research Center spokesman Dan Gainor says liberals are “determined to ruin sports so that they can have forced celebration of all things liberal – and these days, all things gay and eventually transgender.”
Matt Barber says that polls showing increasing support for marriage equality are due to "leftists' propaganda."
Harry Jackson warns that Christians are "signing away our religious freedom."
ACT For America is urging a boycott of the film "Non-Stop" and spoiling the plot in the process.
Tim Wildmon asserts that "the common denominator the homosexual activists have with Planned Parenthood is they both promote actions that are diametrically opposed to the laws of God as given to us in the Bible."
Finally, FRC prays for more laws like Arizona's discrimination bill: "May God keep his own people from deception! May they arise to stand for righteousness, whatever the cost! May God raise an army of great men and women, who will preach the Gospel with Great Awakening power AND expose dishonesty by speaking the Truth in Love – without wavering – in Arizona and every state!"
Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear will hire outside attorneys after the attorney general announced he wouldn't appeal a decision granting
legal recognition to same-sex couples married in other states.
Tom DeLay is joiningThe
Washington Times as a weekly columnist and radio personality.
Peter LaBarbera warns that "the culture is sliding downward and the big question is will Christians wake up and
make these corporations suffer for their liberal, radical sort of pro-sin advocacy?"
pretty certain that a tweet from Matthew Hagee that was
retweeted just 70 times was notresponsible for the "Son of God" movie taking in nearly $7 million on
Russell Moore, president of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics & Religious
Liberty Commission, says that he doesn't know any evangelicals who would support anti-gay legislation like that passed in Uganda. He
should ask us because we can point him to several.
Bryan Fischer says that Gov. Rick Perry "may be our last, best hope of reclaiming America and returning it to its constitutional
foundations" by refusing to comply with the ruling striking down Texas' ban on same-sex marriages.
Dave Daubenmire thinks that he is owed an explanation by the high school that didn't hire him to
coach its football team.
Glenn Beck hated the new movie "Non-Stop" so much that he spent an
entire segment spoiling the plot so that nobody will go to see it.
AFA tells people to
consider boycotting Walt Disney World because "they are bullying the Boy Scouts of America to allow openly LGBT xyz adults as
Steven Seagal thinks that President Obama should be impeached and apparently some people actually care what Steven Seagal
Jeff Allen helpfully warns that "if the truly tolerant and moderating influence of
Christianity were ever taken out of the way, the Muslims would quickly turn on their perversity-pushing homosexual
Finally, Gary Cass is not happy: "What was once considered so perverted that it would never have been discussed in polite company, has
now become mainstream. Athletes, actors and prominent public figures are considered 'heroes' because they are sexually
deviant. Now they are forcing Christians to salute their rainbow flags by requiring them to participate in fake homosexual marriage.
They are pushing Christians out of the wedding industry, just like abortion is pushing Christians out of healthcare industry. The
message that’s being sent to Christians is 'Either violate your conscience or you are not allowed to participate in our
FRC says that by vetoing Arizona's gay discrimination bill, Gov. Jan Brewer "is saying she supports
government discrimination against people's religious freedoms."
Speaking of FRC, they are urging activists to pray against gay marriage: "Lord, intervene to prevent evil from overcoming what you have
forever declared to be good! Help the U.S. Senate to pass the State Marriage Defense Act (S. 2024) to protect each state's right
to define marriage as the union of one man and one woman and prevent the federal government from undermining a state's
definition of marriage."
Robert Knight says that it is "the lack of negative reporting on
Hillary Clinton and her high visibility is a reason she still polls high."
Scott Lively says that "from the inability to distinguish
disagreement from 'hate' or tolerance from approval, to conflating sex and love, homosexualists (i.e. anyone
'gay' or straight who advocates for the mainstreaming of homosexuality) just can’t think straight."
A federal judge has declared Texas' ban on gay marriage unconstitutional.
Craig James, with the help of Liberty Institute, is suing Fox Sports for supposedly firing him for anti-gay statements that he made.
In a move that will surprise nobody, "Coach" Dave Daubenmire claims that he has been the victim of character assassination.
The National Organization for Marriage has endorsed the Coalition of African American Pastors call for the impeachment of U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, which is not surprising since CAAP is basically a NOM front group.
A new "feature-length documentary revealing the truth about the cover-ups and the abuses of power at the Internal Revenue Service ... features interviews with Mike Huckabee, Glenn Beck, Ted Cruz, Michele Bachmann, David Barton, Grover Norquist, Louie Gohmert, John Linder, Carla Howell, Brian Brown and many more."
Finally, try not to laugh: Todd Starnes has receive the NRB Board of Directors Award, which "honors a Christian who demonstrates integrity, displays creativity, and makes a significant impact on society."
The anti-transgender group Privacy for All Students has come up short in securing enough signatures to try and repeal California's anti-discrimination bill.
An atheist group that wanted to have a booth a CPAC has now been kicked out of the event.
The AFA warns about "the marginalization of biblical Christianity, the erosion of hard-won liberties, the acceptance of the homosexual lifestyle in every area of our culture, gay marriage accepted everywhere, and certain cults (we will leave them unnamed here) to be seen as part of Orthodox Christianity."
Finally, what is Robert Knight even talking about? He says "it’s getting harder every day to be a liberal" because of things like "the Ukrainians sullying the Olympics for Mr. Obama’s friend, Vladimir Putin."
Apparently, the First Amendment requires allowing groups to place Bibles in hotel rooms because not doing it is "the very viewpoint discrimination and hostility towards religion that the First Amendment prohibits."