Tony Perkins vaguely threatens legal action against the Southern Poverty Law Center.
Speaking of Perkins, Gov. Bobby Jindal has appointed him to the Louisiana Commission on Law Enforcement.
Peter LaBarbera warns that "when you have boys being awarded and elected 'Homecoming Queen,' you are a society in big trouble."
It has gotten to the point where Glenn Beck is now reading excerpts from books like "Fahrenheit 451" on the air.
Finally, Jan Markell warns that Somali immigrants in Minnesota will carry out a Kenya-style attack on the Mall of America: "The liberal, twisted mind here in Minnesota cannot possibly conceive of some of these people as being evil ... But I and many other conservatives here in Minnesota are very concerned that this Mall of America is going to be targeted eventually – and the casualties could be astronomical."
Doesn't it seem a little ironic that Liberty University thrives in large part due to the $775 million a year it takes in through federal student loans and grants?
Self-aggrandizing Religious Right activist Patrick J. Mahoney is heading to Turkey on an "historic mission" to "attempt to secure a meeting in Tehran with President Rouhani and Iranian government leaders to discuss Pastor Saeed."
The American Renewal Project declares: "Unless politicians see scalps on the wall, they will never respect our policies, marches, sermons or prayer rallies. Registering people to vote prepares the constituency to move to the voting booth, and remove politicians who have a tin ear to Christian values and no appreciation for God-given rights. David Lane, founder of the American Renewal Project is catching the attention of those who are afraid that the movement is on the right track, and intend to stop him."
Fox News contributor Erik Rush promotes the theory that last week's
Navy Yard shooting was carried out by the government in order to prevent President Obama from being arrested for treason because military
investigators "had uncovered a plot to detonate a nuclear device in the heart of the nation’s capitol as part of an Obama
government false flag."
It has been reported that "Lois Lerner, the Internal Revenue Service official at the center of the
agency’s tea party scandal, is retiring."
Ted Baehr knows how
to stop mass shooting like the one this week at the Navy Yard: "We must end the arbitrary judicial bans on religious and moral
teaching in our schools that deprive America’s children of the Ten Commandments that God gave Moses and the Hebrew people on Mount
Sinai and the teachings that Jesus Christ gave his disciples in the Sermon on the Mount in Chapters Five through Seven of the Gospel of
Matthew and in Chapters 13 through 17 of the Gospel of John."
Speaking of the Navy Yard shooting, Rob
Schenck says it turned out to be a good opportunity for him to spread the Gospel:
"What had begun as a horrible tragedy became a wonderful opportunity to show the love of God, to turn attention to our only true
source of help in times of desperation, and to point hearts and minds to the only Savior of humankind."
Finally, Matt Barber says President Obama is "creating a constitutional crisis here because he is violating
the Constitution" by letting gay couples take advantage of federal benefits.
Rep. Raul Labrador (R-
Idaho) will introduce the Marriage and Religious Freedom Act, which seek to ensure "that any religious institution, organization or
church that believes that marriage should continue to remain between one man and one woman will not be discriminated against by the
FRC prays, yet again, for God to stop Obamacare: "Father, have mercy! We have groaned at the thought
of this threat since it was passed in 2009, yet far worse is to come, unless You intervene. Americans are confused, and few understand
this. Please forgive our sins that justify such bondage, and deliver us. Stir Americans who do understand to speak out during the short
two weeks ahead! Grant our Congressmen the courage, will and unction to vote to defund Obamacare and to explain their reasons clearly to
the American people. Intervene to prevent further lies and manipulation to advance a socialist system that Americans do not
Finally, speaking of FRC, Floyd Corkins was sentenced to twenty five years in prison for his attack on
their headquarters and Tony Perkins testified at his sentencing and used it as
an opportunity to place the blame on the Southern Poverty Law Center.
After the sudden resignation of Regent President Carlos Campo, Pat Robertson has resumed the role until a replacement can be found.
Richard Land calls on conservative Christian not to grow despondent and give up but rather keep "fighting for a society that is less unjust, less pagan, and where people are welcomed and protected by law from conception until natural death and everywhere in between their entry into, and exit from, this life and where the freedom to practice and live one's faith is recognized and protected in law."
Matt Barber really hates transgender rights, saying "people who have traditional values and people who recognize biological reality should not be compelled to entertain an irrefutable biological delusion."
Janet Parshall says Christians are now the victims of discrimination: "If you are a Christian who believes what God has said, that marriage is the union of one MAN and one WOMAN – and if you believe sexual expression is allowed ONLY within that model (anything else is called sin by God's standard) then you are deemed to be a bigot or worse, a hater. But more than the label of bigotry and hatred, Christians are being fined, losing their jobs or facing court martial's because of what they believe."
Finally, the American Family Association is mobilizing activists to pressure members of the House of Representatives to co-sponsor "an appropriations bill that doesn't contain any discretionary or mandatory funding for ObamaCare."
This is what happens when Glenn Beck tries his hand at topical comedy. This sorry spectacle
literally went on for half an hour.
A poll commissioned by FreedomWorks found that "78 percent of Republicans and
GOP-leaning independents self-identify as fiscally conservative and socially moderate." That cannot be good news for the Religious
Glenn Beck will soon be offering an email service. Seriously.
It is not much of a surprise to learn that Floyd Corkins was not taking his prescribed anti-psychotic medication at the time he attacked the Family Research Council.
Erik Rush calls President Obama "an enormous pussy."
Pat Robertson's Operation Blessing has issued a statement responding to charges made in a new documentary about Robertson's misuse of charity resources for personal gain.
Finally, Andrée Seu Peterson thinks that gays should give up their push for equality for the good of society: "Even if you, homosexual, believe you have a legal right to practice homosexuality and to even marry, would you consider—for the sake of the children who would have to be raised with two fathers and no mother, or two mothers and the forfeit of a father—choosing to 'suffer wrong' and to 'be defrauded'? Would you put away your desires for a greater good, and avoidance of harm?"
Rick Santorum will be joining Mat Staver, Rick Scarborough and others at a "Pastors for Virginia" luncheon next week.
Gary Bauer can't quite figure out how to attack President Obama over Syria, complaining that he's seeking Congressional authorization only so he can blame Congress if anything goes wrong.
Glenn Beck declares "write it down in your calendars, because this is the week that America lost its superpower status."
Russell Moore bemoans the dangers of pornography and fornication.
Finally, every were Cindy Jacobs goes, miraculous events occur: "At the evening service a little black boy of around eight years of age was healed of a large lump on his rib cage. The power of God overcame him and he fell under the power for almost two hours. When he got up he described how God visited him and took him to heaven in a vision. Joel 2:28 says the young men shall see visions. He was so transformed by the vision he glowed! I asked him if he would begin to pray for those present who needed healing and God started doing wonders through the small boy. Another youth who was prayed for, walked over, took the hand of a lady in a wheel chair and she got up and walked! Not only did she walk but she regained her eyesight!"
Despite the fact that Home Depot says it hasn't changed its policies, the American Family Association continues to insist that its boycott was a success.
Regent University President Carlos Campo has resigned unexpectedly and rather mysteriously.
Mat Staver says the "gay agenda" is all about "absolute dominance, and not only dominance, but forcing people to affirm homosexuality as normal."
Richard Land says pretty much the same thing: "The gay and lesbian and transgender folks don’t want to live and let live. They want their behavior affirmed as normal and healthy, and they want anyone who disagrees with that for whatever reason to be ostracized to the level of Klansmen."
The American Family Association is ending its three-year long boycott against Home Depot, claiming that the company has stopped making contributions to pro-gay causes. We look forward to Home Depot responding by pointing out that the AFA is lying.
Focus on the Family's Kim Trobee says gay activists are eager to "force an entire nation into submission."
David Barton has endorsed Georgia State Senator Barry Loudermilk, which makes sense given that Loudermilk mindlessly repeats Barton's nonsense.
Rush Limbaugh literally has a new book coming out entitled "Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims."
James Dobson and Liberty University are "working together to build a curriculum based on Dr. Dobson’s writings and body of work."
FRC prays that "may the weakening of our armies by homosexual abuse and the decision to put women in bloody combat be reversed by courageous leaders in Congress and the Pentagon's weakening our Armies be reversed."
Finally, Bryan Fischer declares that "we are never, ever going to say same-sex marriage is okay":