The ease with which Pamela Geller accuses others of treason is quite remarkable.
Birther king Jerome Corsi is traveling with the Romney campaign press corps.
Gary Cass and the Christian Anti-Defamation Coalition are out with a new video explaining that President Obama is not a Christian because he signed hate crimes legislation.
Al Mohler is concerned by polls that show "many Americans who had been claiming Christian identity in some loose form now feel free to drop that identity altogether, without fear of social stigma or loss."
Mat Staver is worried that laws aimed at restricting Westboro Baptist Church will could also be used to restrict protests around abortion clinics.
Finally, Bryan Fischer claims that he was the victim of "journalistic terrorism" for being cut off by CNN host Carol Costello over his bioted lies:
It must be exhausting for the American Family Association to be constantly fighting the "gay agenda" where it doesn't exist.
Matt Barber says this election is the most important in US history and "America’s future really does hang in the balance."
James Dobson says pretty much the same thing, warning that "given the state of the world and the decline of our country, how can a single Christian stay at home on Election Day? The stakes are simply too high.”
Mike Huckabee says Christians need to be involved in politics because "if politics is dirty in this country, it's dirty because not enough good, clean people get involved."
Paul Ryan and the Romney campaign “ramrodded their way” into a soup kitchen so that Ryan could get his picture taken washing already clean dishes.
Finally, you can now get an American-made pair of jeans, thanks to Glenn Beck, for a mere $130.
Bill Donohue says that "listening to [Joe] Biden discuss his Catholicism is getting weary." We say that listening to Dononhue discuss anything is getting weary.
Mitt Romney has secured the coveted Lindsay Lohan endorsement.
Gun Owners of America has endorsed Joe the Plumber.
Hobby Lobby Appreciation Day does not seem to be taking off like Chick-fil-A Appreciation Day did.
Finally, the Liberty Institute has now launched something called "Texas Values" which vows to "to stand for biblical, Judeo-Christian values by ensuring Texas is a state in which religious liberty flourishes, families prosper, and every human life is valued."
Randall Terry is now running his insanely racist new ads on 130 stations in over 30 markets.
Rick Santorum says marriage equality will "will destroy and undermine the church in American more than any other movement."
FRC prays that "America's pastors [will] arise to pray, preach and partner to communicate the whole Word of God as it pertains to our elections, our candidates and our nation without fear and intimidation. May the election of God-fearing public servants and God-sent Revival be the result!"
Speaking of FRC, their PAC is now running radio ads against Sen. Claire McCaskill.
Finally, Matt Barber says "President Obama is a wolf. Though he purports to be Christian, his policies are decidedly un-Christian. This man eagerly advances a culture of death ... Mr. Obama has shown utter disregard - if not total disdain - for the U.S. Constitution."
Joseph Farah wonders if President Obama was on drugs during the first debate.
It really is amazing that the Right treats Dinesh D'Souza as if he is some sort of intellectual.
Patrick Mahoney says Christians "must pray against the re-election of President Obama based on his radical and extremist policies on abortion, his redefinition of marriage, his crushing of religious freedom through the HHS Mandate and his lack of commitment to the oppressed and needy."
Peter LaBarbera reports that his organization has had its tax-exempt status restored.
The Committee Against Physician Assisted Suicide, which is fighting a Massachusetts ballot measure that would allow terminally ill patients to self-administer life-ending drugs, has returned a $250,000 donation from the American Family Association because of the AFA's anti-gay bigotry.
Rick Santorum is campaigning against marriage equality in Washington state.
Hundreds of pastors recently gathered to pray over Todd Akin at a Restoration event in Missouri.
Randall Terry is out with a new website and video labeling Samuel L. Jackson an "Uncle Tom."
Finally, Bryan Fischer says the Religious Right doesn't have to worry about Mitt Romney using the White House to spread Mormonism because Romney knows that he cannot risk alienating Christian conservatives.
Read this and keep in mind that Antonin Scalia is almost universally cited by all Republican candidates when they talk about the kind of justices they want to see on the Supreme Court.
Finally, Arkansas state Rep. Jon Hubbard explains that slavery was a good thing for black people because that were "rewarded with citizenship in the greatest nation ever established upon the face of the Earth."
As promised, Liberty Counsel has filed suit against the new California law banning the use of "ex-gay" reparative therapy on minors.
On a related note, Randy Thomasson is calling on parents and counselors to defy this "tyrannical" law.
The Christian Coalition is releasing voter guides for the 2012 election. Apparently, the Christian Coalition still exists.
James Dobson needs donations because "the ministry barely made it through the summer months, and emerged from it with nothing to spare."
FRC prays that members of the military will react to the repeal of Don't Ask, Don't Tell by voting and swinging the election: "May strong moral Military leaders restore moral standards in the ranks. May God stir our military men at home and abroad to move quickly to make their right and their family member's right to vote count, by voting in this years Election."
Finally, Janet Porter explains why you cannot vote for President Obama:
Speaking of Liberty U, Jerry Falwell, Jr. continues to defend Donald Trump's recent speech there, saying it was all a part of the "free exchange of ideas." Because everyone knows that LU is all about free speech and diversity.
The organizers of the America for Jesus rally need your help in paying off the $98,000 deficit they now face.
Finally, Matt Barber declares that President Obama is "a white-hating racist."
Rick Santorum is already dropping hints about possibly making another run for president in 2016.
Activists are launching a New Independent Christian Party that "intends to influence the outcome of American elections and uphold the Godly principles by which America was built and by which Christians believe, live and exist."
Gary Cass says "anywhere that Islam is taken seriously it does not produce liberty. Islam is systemically violent and hateful ... The fact that Muslims continue to call Mohammed their 'holy' prophet shows just how morally benighted they truly are."
James Dobson received a Distinguished Service Award from Louisiana College for being a "true national treasure."
Phyllis Schlafly says conservatives must support Todd Akin because of the importance of judges.
Matt Barber says "people naturally bristle when they think about what would it take actually consummate a so-called same-sex marriage between a man and a man. People naturally have a revulsion of this abnormal, disordered sexual behavior."
The Colorado Personhood Coalition has filed a challenge to the determination that it did not gather enough valid signatures to have a personhood amendment put on the ballot for the third time.
Finally, Peter LaBarbera is outraged that Paul Ryan said there is no need to reinstate DADT, saying "A nation in which sexual perversion is a 'non-issue' is a nation in precipitous moral decline. Now more than ever, America needs bold statesmen who courageously lead based on unswerving, godly principles — rather than those who adjust their positions according to polls and political calculations."
There is an election coming, so that means we will be seeing various Religious Right coalitions organizing redundant prayer efforts.
CitizenLink thinks a video of President Obama talking about the importance of religious liberty is really an effort to use religion as a wedge issue.
Tommy Thompson says he'll make a great Senator because "who better than me, who's already finished one of the entitlement programs, to come up with programs to do away with Medicaid and Medicare?"
Newt Gingrich says Obama "is like the substitute referees in the sense that he’s not a real president. He doesn’t do anything that presidents do, he doesn’t worry about any of the things the presidents do."
Apparently, illegally uploading copies of "2016" is part of an effort to "to drive viewers away from the theatrical showing of the successful documentary." So I guess illegally uploading copies of "The Avengers" is an attempt to keep people from seeing "The Avengers"?
Finally, Cindy Jacobs says prayer alone isn't enough; it must be accompanied by action, which is they are calling for "prayer activism" ahead of the election.
Rep. Allen West says that if he addressed the UN, he'd tell our enemies that "the Angel of Death in the form of an American Bald Eagle will visit you and wreak havoc and destruction upon your existence." Can we all agree to never let Allen West address the UN?
The Washington D.C. police department is refusing to release a copy of a 911 call made after the shooting at FRC headquarters.
Bill Keller is bravely challenging Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi "to charge him with insulting and publicly attacking Islam, and he will be happy to come to Egypt to stand trial."
For those who are interested, this weekend's America for Jesus rally will be broadcast on GODTV.
Finally, John Hagee says the re-election of President Obama will spell the end of America: "Four more years of Obama will bring absolute socialism to America. Our children and grandchildren will never know the greatness of America that we have experienced."
Donald Trump spoke today at Liberty University where he delivered the Christian message: "Don’t let people take advantage ... Get even."
Robert Knight says "we're right on the edge of losing our constitutional republic" and if Obama gets re-elected it "might just push us over that edge."
Phyllis Schlafly, Dick Bott and David Lane will all be out on the campaign trail in Missouri tomorrow stumping for Todd Akin.
Matt Barber warns that "America is keeping her head above water; but barely. The upcoming elections may determine whether we as a nation sink or swim — live or die."
Finally, Gary Bauer knows that "the Obama Administration and its allies in the media have spent the last ten days intentionally covering up the truth about what happened" in Libya and he wants answers!
Chick-fil-A has released a statement responding to reports that it had agreed to stop funding anti-gay organizations, saying it would continue to support "programs that educate youth, strengthen families and enrich marriages, and support communities."
Even though the entire GOP establishment has essentially abandoned Todd Akin, Sen. Jim DeMint is considering backing his campaign.
Why Anne Romney thinks that telling Republicans to stop criticizing Mitt's campaign and realize how "lucky" they are to have him as the nominee is a good strategy is beyond me.
Pamela Geller won a court order allowing her to run subway ads that read "In any war between the civilized man and the savage, support the civilized man. Support Israel. Defeat Jihad.”
Chick-fil-A seems to be unwilling to either confirm or deny that he has decided to stop giving donations to anti-gay groups.
On a related note, Peter LaBarbera is urging activists to "kindly encourage Chick-fil-A and its Chief Operating Officer, Dan Cathy, to stand strong and NOT cave in to the radical Homosexual Lobby and liberal politicians by dropping its laudable support for pro-family and pro-real-marriage."
Tim Pawlenty is stepping down from his role on the Mitt Romney campaign in order to take the lucrative position as head of the Financial Services Roundtable.
E.W. Jackson claims that his call for Black Christians to leave the Democratic Party is "being heeded ... and creating a stir in many churches. There is concern at the highest levels of the Democrat Party."
The Christian Anti-Defamation Commission has released its latest video explaining why President Obama is not a Christian.
FRC prays that God will use the presidential debates "to reveal more truth about the candidates": " May America tune in and may God use the debates to inform Americans so that they can vote wisely. God give us the candidates of your choosing, the ones who will serve the American people faithfully and wisely."
Finally, Liberty University will award Donald Trump an honorary doctorate in business when he speaks at the school next week.