Congratulations to Pat Robertson on being named "Bigot Of The Year."
Gary Bauer is mad that the GOP keeps losing elections: "The Obama Democrats are socialist to the core. They are expanding dependency on government rather than bringing people into the economic mainstream. They are cultural radicals declaring war on the family and unborn children. They have a foreign policy that reaches out to our enemies and alienates our allies. Yet GOP elites, the professional consultants and the ad men can't seem to figure out that this is a huge opportunity to define them as such and call them out for their extremism."
Gary Cass is mad about ENDA: "ENDA opens the door to bizarre behavior. Will you send your elementary age kids to a class with a cross-dressing teacher? This bill would stop schools from barring this behavior. Why are political leaders giving in to selfish adults with emotional issues, and not thinking about the innocent children? Children shouldn’t be the victims of these misguided adults’ desire to live publicly a queer lifestyle?"
Speaking of ENDA, it is nice to see that NOM's facade of just trying to protect "traditional marriage" has all but disappeared.
"Coach" Dave Daubenmire says young adults shouldn't be shackled with college loan debt so that they can afford to have babies.
Finally, the AFA may be losing the war against marriage equality, but the organization can take solace that they are winning isolated victories in the War on Christmas.
Rand Paul lost his column at the Washington Times over plagiarism charges so , of course, he's been picked up by Breitbart.
The Religious Right is flummoxed as to why Republicans in the Senate are not standing up to try and stop ENDA.
FRC prays "may Gods people exercise their rights as Citizens to turn the tide in the military. May God send another Great Awakening that transforms our military troops and those in all the cultural spheres that shape our nation!"
Speaking of FRC, the organization blasts the GOP for insufficiently supporting Ken Cuccinelli, saying that "if the GOP would rather concede races to corrupt liberals than go to the mat on values that a majority of Virginians support, then it's clear who the real extremists are."
Finally, apparently "a child's tumultuous relationship with their father is the determining factor in the widespread rise of atheism."
Hmm, perhaps the fact that he was trailing Sen. John Cornyn 51 to 18 in polling played a role
in David Barton's decision not to launch a primary challenge.
Scott Lively is outraged
that two lesbian students were voted "Queen and Queen" at a high school homecoming: "Frankly I shudder when I think about
what is going to be happening with the kids who are now in kindergarten, when they get into high school after many years of this kind of
Bryan Fischer says Ken
Cuccinelli lost his bid for governor "because he didn't defend social conservativism."
Assemblyman Tim Donnelly, a former Minuteman leader, has announced his candidacy for governor in California.
the fact that marriage equality will be coming to Illinois: "It's very sad to see the Land of Lincoln now on the verge of
officially defying God with our marriage laws."
Finally, NOM needs to make up its mind as it praises Gov. Chris Christie for being "a strong supporter of marriage as the union of one
man and one woman" when just over a week ago they blasted him, declaring they'd
"never forgive his failure to lead on marriage when leadership was needed most."
Just as he promised, Rep. Steve Stockman is handing out copies of a book calling for President Obama's impeachment to his House colleagues.
It is truly amazing that FRC argues that ENDA should not be passed because gays will be given "special status" when all the legislation does is provide the same protections that are already granted to Christians and those of other religious faiths.
Samuel Rodriguez is launching a 40-day fast for immigration reform.
It is probably a safe bet to be wary of anyone Glenn Beck calls "his friend and Congressional candidate" such as Dan Bongino.
Liberty Counsel has "distributed over 4,500 copies of 'Silence is Not an Option' to pastors throughout Virginia."
The Christian Medical and Dental Associations supports efforts to repeal "exemptions to child abuse and neglect laws, which currently do not place parents at fault if they refuse medical treatment for a child because of religious beliefs."
Erik Rush finds the "perennial liberal claim of loving America akin to that of the domestic abuser who claims to love his wife, but beats the crap out of her on a daily basis."
TVC opposes ENDA because "transgender people are 'psychologically unhealthy individuals' who shouldn't be 'forced on children and parents' in schools around the country."
Al Mohler says that "Halloween is a good time for Christians to remember that evil spirits are real and that the
Devil will seize every opportunity to trumpet his own celebrity."
Scott Brown has formed the People’s Seat PAC, based in
"Coach" Dave Daubenmire says that "the real war that is raging in America is the War on Freedom."
Patrick Mahoney of the Christian Defense Coalition says "the
scariest thing this Halloween in Washington, D.C. is the fact that Congress gives $540,000,000 in taxpayer funds to an organization that
kills 915 children a day."
CBN "journalist" David Brody says
things are falling into place for the Tea Party: "Have you read the headlines about Obamacare since it rolled out? This is exactly
what Ted Cruz, Mike Lee, Tim Huelskamp and dozens of others predicted would happen. It looks like those 'Wacko Birds' are going
to be proven right. And when that happens, two things happen: the Tea Party movement gets another serious injection of credibility and
that very well may translate into electoral success in November 2014. Meanwhile, President Obama has egg on his face after these
Obamacare debacles. This is all setting up very nicely for the Tea Party."
Mark Krikorian warns that if immigration reform succeeds, "there will be no public space, no opportunity as a national movement for traditionalist small-government conservatism. It's simply finished."
It looks like the Tea Party is giving up on repealing Obamacare.
Finally, FRC continues to pray against marriage equality: "May God help the pastors and churches in New Jersey, Hawaii, Illinois and New Mexico, to stand and do what only they can to withstand and stop the evil of 'legalized' same-sex marriage. May God give them eyes to see that there can be no religious freedom in a society where homosexual license is honored above God and religious liberty. May they be given wisdom and strength to prevail over everything that God calls abomination, promising to destroy those who embrace it (Lev 18:22; 20:13; Eze 3:17-21; Mt 19:4-6; Gal 5:1; Eph 5:31-31)."
Al Mohler told a Mormon audience that "I do not believe that we are going to heaven together, but I do believe we may go to jail together."
The ACLJ now says the IRS scandal was the result of "some very ugly, very targeted statements by the president of the United States" in conjunction with a “climate of hostility” created by congressional Democrats and the media.
Finally, the folks at AFA are none-too-pleased with remarks made by Russell Moore, president of the Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission and Bryan Fischer uses it as an opportunity to vent: "The Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation (GLAAD) are in fact part of an evil conspiracy to celebrate behavior that according to Romans 1 is 'contrary to nature,' consists of 'shameless acts' and causes participants to 'receiv(e)...in themselves the due penalty for their error.'"
David Barton will receive Ohio Christian University's very first Faith & Liberty Award for being such an awesome historian.
When Ted Cruz spoke at a Texas Federation of Republican Women gathering over the weekend, he received an eight minute standing ovation.
On a related note, Mike Huckabee says that people like Cruz are hurting the Republican Party.
Speaking utterly without irony, Glenn Beck called Oprah Winfrey “the biggest fraud ever perpetrated on the American people."
James Robison has had enough: "I am declaring America is being encouraged to believe and embrace lies…to support them, to cast aside our founders’ principles—including God’s Word and eternal truths—and submit to the bondage of an out-of-control state. The federal government and deceived representatives are forcing legislation, policies, and practices on American citizens, demanding that our tax dollars—our money, which God has trusted to our watchcare—be used to support worthless, godless, freedom-damaging policies, programs, and laws."
Jim Bob Duggar thinks there is "a sleeping giant which is the Christian
Conservative" that will propel Ken Cuccinelli to victory in Virginia.
Questions are being raised about the veracity of E.W. Jackson's
claims of deprivation as a child.
"Ex-gay" activist Christopher Doyle says he will file a lawsuit
if universities in Virginia do not start offering "ex-gay" therapy on campus.
against supposed anti-Christian bigotry in the military: "May God intervene to stop this trend which began in earnest with the
overturn of Don't Ask Don't Tell, and has accelerated rapidly since. May He help AFA, FRC and all who are working to stop this
Bryan Fischer finds a silver
lining in the GOP's disastrous attempt to shutdown the government: "The conservative army now has a general [Ted
Cruz], 160 lieutenants in Congress, and an infantry of millions of patriotic citizens all across the fruited plain."
Finally, Gary Cass analyzes the GOP's failed
shutdown: "Progressives have won the day because of their unrelenting 100-year campaign to turn America into a socialist slave
state. They have accomplished this by taking over the media, education and even parts of the church. The good news is because socialism
is built on lies it never works. The rollout of Obama-care is a chilling example of gross, governmental incompetence. But, people will
suffer and even die because of Obama-care and we are all compelled to subsidize it."
"Coach" Dave Daubenmire says parents needs to get their kids out of public schools.
Finally, Ben Carson now claims that he wasn't equating Obamacare with slavery when he said that Obamacare is "the worst thing that has happened in this nation since slavery." Well, you certainly fooled us.