Bryan Fischer flatly declares that "Bowe Bergdahl deserves to die for what he has done."
Tony Perkins is a class act: "Taxpayer-funded sex changes: They aren't just for traitors and illegal immigrants anymore!"
Rob Schenck calls on Evangelical leaders to speak out against gun violence, saying "while I appreciate so much of what the NRA has done historically, it is not playing a constructive role in this situation."
Linda Harvey lays out the "12 Ways Homosexual Adults Endanger Children."
Gordon Klingenschmitt says that everyone remembers "when those terrorists from Afghanistan" carried out the 9/11 attacks. We'd like to point out that none of the hijackers were from Afghanistan.
Finally, Focus on the Family's Glenn Stanton says that gay relationships are not at all like straight relationships: "[I]t is difficult to say with honesty that serious gay and lesbian relationships are just like heterosexual relationships."
Opponents of an Islamic Center in Tennessee have lost their effort to shut it down after the Supreme Court refused to hear their case.
Bryan Fischer awaits the day the American people "reach their threshold of tolerance for unlawful behavior from our chief executive and simply insist that the constitutional remedy of impeachment be pursued."
Mychal Massie analyzes the president: "Obama is a man on the ropes. He is coming more unhinged. Only a person with deep-seated emotional instability makes the public displays he does. Only a person teetering on the brink of emotional collapse continues to make fallacious statements and then attempts to downplay them by claiming even greater lies."
Bill Muehlenberg is sick of the "spineless wonders" who "will not lift a finger or say a word about all the evil exploding all around us."
Finally, the latest voter mobilization effort from the Religious Right group United In Purpose is "Project 75" which seeks to "get pastors across the America to get 75% of their congregation educated in the Biblical worldview and voting accordingly on Election Day."
Bryan Fischer says that "the leaders of the Gay Gestapo have become our new slave masters."
Of course Allen West, who was voted out of office after just one term in Congress, is considering a run for the White House.
On June 6, right-wing Christian activists will unleash a "prayer storm" to commemorate the 70th anniversary of D-Day: "Those with spiritual discernment see that we are facing a spiritual battle against evil in our nations today every bit as real as WWII. Moral depravity, apostasy, and other anti-Christian attacks reflect the creeping human secularist agenda that seeks to remove the gift of Liberty that Jesus' blood gave to all humanity."
As part of the 2014 Pastors & Patriot’s initiative, Mat Staver announces that Liberty Counsel will be "hosting pastors and wives meetings (usually a luncheon) in the critical 'swing states' of our country. The remarkable luncheon media presentation will feature nationally recognized Christian leaders such as Governor Mike Huckabee, Historian David Barton, Evangelist James Robison, myself, and many, many more."
Finally, Matt Barber warns that "pornography use leads to death" and "pornography use is demonic."
Lee Duigon declares that "the abrupt removal of some millions of Christian children from the anti-Christian public schools would please God and show the world that we mean business."
Tim Macy, Vice Chairman of Gun Owners of America, responds to Richard Martinez, father of Christopher Michaels-Martinez who was killed by Elliot Rodger: "[I]f you don’t want the means to defend yourself, your home and family, don’t buy it. But PLEASE quit trying to impose your bad decisions on me and my family and all of America."
Finally, speaking of Fischer, he reacted to the resignation of White House Press Secretary Jay Carney by saying that he can't imagine having a job where he had to go out and lie five days a week. As we've said before, Bryan Fischer is a lot of things, but self-aware is not one of them.
Glenn Beck, David Barton, Michelle Malkin and other anti-Common Core activists will participate in a live event that will air in movie theaters throughout the country this summer called "We Will Not Conform."
Speaking of Beck, he has spent all week blaming Elliot Rodger's murder spree on video games, so logically he'll blame the murder of this two year-old girl on the Bible, right?
Predictably, David and Jason Benham have now become full-fledged Religious Right stars and have been given a speaking slot at Ralph Reed's upcoming Faith and Freedom Coalition conference.
Mat Staver reiterates his demand that Congress impeach President Obama: "Our Constitution and precious liberties are under full-scale assault by Barack Obama and his leftist administration. Patriotic Americans must refuse to stand silently by while leftists take our nation apart, plank by plank We MUST perform our duty as Americans to free ourselves of this tyranny."
Finally, Tea Party Nation has a message for the GOP: "America is waiting for you to prove you are patriots, not eunuchs."
Mike Huckabee will not be speaking at the North Carolina Republican Party's convention next month because organizers could not come up with the $15,000 speaking fee he charges.
Matt Moore wants to make it clear that he really, truly, genuinely loves gays before telling them they are bound for Hell.
Bryan Fischer continues to insist that the Bible prohibits slavery and requires that those who practice it are to be put to death. Someone should ask him if that means that he believes Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, and other slave-owning Founding Fathers should have been punished accordingly.
The WNBA is marketing itself to LGBT fans and Peter LaBarbera is not happy: "I think that the sad thing here is there are a lot of Christian women who like the WNBA. They play basketball, they want to go to games, but now [if they continue to do that] they will be effectively subsidizing an organization which is rewarding sin."
Finally, this one line perfectly sums up Glenn Beck's entire worldview: "I don’t know how to make anything make sense."
Michael Peroutka donated a dinosaur skeleton worth over a million dollars to the Creation Museum.
Finally, "Duck Dynasty's" Phil Robertson will address the Republican Leadership Conference on Thursday, presumably because the GOP is intent on constantly solidifying its reputation as the party of choice for people who don't like gays.
Mike Huckabee will be the featured speaker at the March for Marriage in Washington, D.C. next month.
FRC praises the RNC for announcing that the 2016 convention will not be held in Las Vegas.
We are pretty sure that Glenn Beck would not be so nonchalant if Amazon decided that it would not sell his books.
Bryan Fischer believes that Russell Moore has "been scared straight" after he criticized right-wing Christian radio.
Finally, Robert Gagnon has written an open letter to Pennsylvania governor Tom Corbett calling upon him to appeal the recent ruling striking down the state's gay marriage ban: "[I]t is absurd to regard a person of the same sex as one’s anatomical, physiological, and psychological counterpart or sexual complement. Becoming sexually aroused by what one already is as a gendered being, as though one were only half one’s own sex rather than half of a whole sexual spectrum containing two sexes, is obviously contrary to nature and a self-dishonoring impulse."
Mat Staver says "America needs to invite God back into public
"We are going to make history": Matt Bevin assures Glenn Beck that he will win his race
against Sen. Mitch McConnell tonight.
We can now add Steve Deace to the right-wing Christian radio
hosts who are mad at Russell Moore for
not being impressed by right-wing Christian radio hosts.
Finally, Liberty University vice
president Johnnie Moore says that "many conservative evangelical leaders who are closer to [Glenn] Beck than me have
told me that they believe Beck has had a born again experience recently."
Oregon has become the latest state to see its anti-gay marriage amendment struck down.
A smart take from Jeff Crouere: "It seems the politically correct liberals in charge of the NFL are admirers of communism. In
Red China, Cambodia, Vietnam and other countries communist tyrants forced citizens into re-education camps to
'enlighten' their subjects about the wonderful 'benefits' of totalitarianism."
The Maine Ethics Commission is considering whether to fine the National Organization for Marriage
$50,000 "for failing to register and disclose its activities in Maine’s 2009 same-sex marriage
NOM, for its part, announced that
it would fight against any possible fine.
Finally, the AFA's Tim Wildmon invited Allen West
to be a guest on his radio show and then completely forget why he had invited him on and what he wanted to talk
Liberty Counsel filed an amicus brief in Michigan’s marriage equality case, insisting that “it would be rational for the voters of Michigan to seek to minimize the deleterious effects” of “homosexual activity.”
FRC prays against gay marriage: "May God stir His people to speak the truth in love and to stand up to public officials who seek to destroy Biblical marriage! May the SSM Trend be reversed and may natural marriage proponents prevail in the courts and legislatures."
Bryan Fischer is personally outraged by the
decision striking down Idaho's anti-gay marriage amendment because he was deeply involved in writing the amendment.
FRC was likewise outraged by the decision: "The definition of marriage, like the sanctity of human life, is seen in
the natural or moral law. The decisions of courts can ignore it, they can even attempt to suppress it, but they will never
Laurie Higgins is upset by seeing Michael Sam kiss his boyfriend and the "cultural degradation" that it
The effort to place another "personhood" amendment on the ballot in
Mississippi looks to be about to
miss the deadline which will save organizers the embarrassment of having to watch it get trounced at the polls, just as it was in
Finally, the folks at the Media Research Center spent an
entire day monitoring the content on The Huffington Post and were not happy with what they saw.
Frank Turek says the push for marriage equality is "stealing rights from God."
Finally, Stu Burguiere claims that we intentionally misrepresented Glenn Beck's recent comments about Hillary Clinton because we "hate Glenn," even though we fully explained the context in the post in which the video was used. But if Burguiere is genuinely concerned about people taking things out of context, he ought to discuss that with his boss.