NOM is calling for "the impeachment of Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring for 'malfeasance' and 'neglect of duty' and violating his sworn oath of office to support the constitution of the Commonwealth of Virginia" for not defending the state's anti-gay marriage amendment.
Peter LaBarbera continues his crusade against Fox News for being too "pro-gay."
You really have to feel for the people on Glenn Beck's staff who have to sit there and listen as he goes off on a rant about who knows what.
Jerry Newcombe is outraged by Lifetime's remake of "Flowers In The Attic."
Finally, FRC continues to pray against Obamacare: "May Americans dazzled by the false promise of lower cost or free healthcare realize that they have bought into a lie that will result in increased, taxpayer-funded abortion, but also substandard healthcare, greater cost, reduced innovation, diminished care for the elderly, fewer doctors to serve more people, longer waits for care and very soon, rationing, etc."
The Washington Postreports that "former Virginia governor Robert F. McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, were charged Tuesday with illegally accepting gifts, luxury vacations and large loans from a wealthy Richmond-area businessman who sought special treatment from state government."
The Pacific Justice Institute continues its crusade against a transgender student at a Colorado school.
Sen. David Vitter has announced that he is running for governor of Louisiana. FRC's Tony Perkins has contemplated his own run for Congress, so perhaps he'll make a run for Vitter's now open seat.
David Lane's American Renewal Project is praising RNC Chairman Reince Priebus for supporting the March for Life.
Finally, Herman Cain is mad: "So how do Democrats celebrate Martin Luther King Day this year? By attacking black people!"
Tom DeLay says "it’s just unbelievable and scary who this president thinks he is and the tyranny that he is beginning to inflict on the American people."
FRC prays for the passage of the State Marriage Protection Act "and that lawlessness will be restrained."
Focus on the Family's Jim Daly predicts that votes in Colorado will eventually repeal the legalization of marijuana.
Scott Lively declares that Martha Coakley "is complicit in the murders of these helpless children and unfit for public office. I pray for her to repent from the evil of abortion advocacy and to use the power of her office to oppose and not facilitate the continuing abortion holocaust in this state."
Ken Blackwell believes that the Obama administration will go down as "the most anti-Christian, anti-Israel administration in United States history" because Obama is "quenching America's sacred fire."
Finally, Glenn Beck and David Barton handicap the possible GOP presidential nominees, with Beck declaring that he'll give up on politics if Mike Huckabee wins because Huckabee "is a giant progressive."
FRC seems shocked to learn that "nearly 90 percent of abortions were procured by women who reported having three or more sexual partners." Maybe that has something to do with the fact that women ages 25-44 have an average of 3.6 sexual partners?
Speaking of FRC, Tony Perkins admits that "American Christians experience nothing like the gruesome punishment Christians undergo daily around the globe" but then warns that it could soon be happening here because "the precursor to persecution is always repression, the forcing-down of Christian faith into quiet corners where its visibility is limited and its impact is weakened."
The Conservative Campaign Committee wants to run "Thank You, Ted Cruz" ads during the Super Bowl.
The Independent Women's Forum is worried that women will actually take advantage of Obamacare.
Bryan Fischer calls on governors to refuse to comply with any judge who strikes down a state's ban on gay marriage.
Rick Green wishes Congress would impeach President Obama: "I realize the liberal Harry Reid Senate would never convict him on impeachment charges. But as long as Congress sanctions his actions through silence, we slide further and further down the road to the very tyranny we declared independence from nearly 237 years ago."
FRC declares that "as the American people are given time to experience the actual consequences of redefining marriage, we are seeing the public debate and opposition to the redefinition of natural marriage intensify."
Gee, we can't imagine why "Coach" Dave Daubenmire has repeatedly been fired from his position as a football coach.
This is what passes for news on Bryan Fischer's radio program: an interview with a guy who claims to have been arrested several times as the victim of harassment by gay people.
Finally, Glenn Beck explains that people have a natural right to defend themselves because bears do.
When you think "Blue Collar Conservative," only one name comes to mind: Rick Santorum.
Gordon Klingenschmitt interviews Bob Adelmann, who thinks that opposition to fracking is part of an effort to create a One World Government.
Good point, Allen West: "This is my clear and succinct message to white Americans. How long will it be before “you people” realize you have elevated someone to the office of president who abjectly despises you — not to mention his henchman Holder. Combined they are the most vile and disgusting racists — not you."
Bryan Fischer says the key to ending any push for amnesty is to "dismantle the welfare state and eliminate the minimum wage."
Finally, this is an actual paragraph from an actual article in The Washington Times blaming President Obama for income inequality: "As President Obama prepares to lay out an economic agenda to address this disappointing state of affairs in his State of the Union address this month, his inability to stem long-term trends toward inequality are giving congressional Republicans little incentive to work with him as they push their recently developed agenda against poverty."
Speaking of Beck, his supporters can now donate to his charity through the purchases they make on Amazon.
Liberty Counsel tries to tie its fight against New Jersey's law banning gay reparation therapy to the Bridgegate scandal: "A3371 is far more scandalous than the George Washington Bridge lane closure."
Operation Rescue hails the RNC for participating in the annual March For Life.
Finally, Robert Knight is not a fan of equality: "The underlying premise behind the Satanic Temple’s request is a false claim of equality. In the name of this vastly abused concept that once fueled the righteous aims of the civil rights movement, America is awash in moral confusion. The Justice Department embraces openly racist policies — in the name of equality. The Internal Revenue Service operates what amounts to an organized theft system in which it seizes earnings from some people and give it to others — in the name of equality. “Marriages” lacking one entire sex are said to be identical to the real thing — in the name of equality. The Pentagon is pushing female soldiers and Marines toward direct combat — in the name of equality."
Good point, Gary Bauer: "Ted Kennedy
can drive a woman off a bridge and go on to serve decades in the Senate and be hailed as a courageous leader. But if a Republican
shuts down a bridge, the left is ready to breakout the pitchforks."
It is time for the church to start
preparing for the fall of America.
Speaking of Starnes, he doesn't seem to be available for comment in response to allegations that he is a liar.
We have no idea what this means: "I was saying it before the 2010 off-year elections, and I’ve been
saying it since same. The ability to stop the transmogrification of our great nation into a socialist state where we are lorded
over by Fabianistic, Neo-Leninist Mensheviks who are the equivalent of toxic pathogens intent on subjugating the minds and
behavior of our populace lies with We the People."
Bryan Fischer thinks that a soldier suffering from PTSD might be the victim of demonic attacks
sent out by a satanic coven.
Finally, the Government Is Not God PAC is not happy that the Obama administration
cares about gay rights: "The Obama Administration seems determined to use its foreign policy influence to accomplish two
objectives: Make the world safe for Islam and for sodomy, homosexuals, bisexuals, cross-dressers, transsexuals, drag queens and
she-males. Is this really the purpose of American foreign policy?"
Linda Harvey says that she removed her new book from Amazon because it had become the target of "a smear
campaign by those who had not read the book" and "since the book is brand new and I didn't want it to be harmed by
this uninformed and vicious campaign stimulated by 'gay' bloggers, I decided to pull the page for now."
Just because something is not true, that is certainly not going to stop Phyllis Schlafly from repeating it.
James Dobson needs money
because "our contributions during the summer and fall of 2013 have been far below our needs" which, of course, has
"been caused in part by economic uncertainty and the utter foolishness of Obamacare."
James Robison says that, back in the 1970s, he was the victim of the
same sort of attack as Phil Robertson is suffering today.
Finally, as a candidate for the state
legislature, Gordon Klingenschmitt is already getting results ... mainly
because the local Transportation Manager was already aware of the problem.
Religious Right groups are strategizing on how to raise millions of dollars in an effort to increase their political and electoral influence
by, among other things, meeting with "several high-ranking retired military officers, including an Army general, about
helping to draft a campaign spending strategy that borrows from military tactics."
Peter LaBarbera says that one of the "lessons" learned from the Rose Bowl parade is that "The
Homosexual 'Marriage' Movement Is Evil." Huh?
A good question: "In less than 3 weeks King Obama starts his 6th year of dictatorship over the
United States of America. Do you think this Republic can sustain another 2 years or should we find a way to see that he is impeached?
Finally, Linda Harvey declares that, in 2013, "pro-family prophets warning about moral deterioration were shown to be correct –
let me say it again, CORRECT – in their predictions about where destructive pro-homosexual trends are taking us."
The number of Republicans who believe in evolution has actually gone down since 2009 and is now a minority viewpoint.
We can only imagine how Religious Right activists would react if the Obama administration decided to have the government cover the costs of abortion services, but since it is the Israeli government they probably won’t say anything.
Liberty University is teaming up with the Trinity Broadcasting Network for a New Year’s Eve party and the re-launch of their “edgy” network, JUCE TV.
Robert Knight insists (falsely) that Duck Dynasty star Phil Robertson’s “crime was to coarsely express the normal male preference for female anatomy.”
Tom DeLay is writing a new book in which he urges Congress to simply "pick three unconstitutional programs run
by the federal government each week and pull all funding for them."
Daubenmire is worried that "teaching our children to believe in Santa will
eventually lead them to believe that God is also make-believe."
Jerome Corsi is producing a series of articles "on the Obama administration’s
campaign to enroll lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender citizens in Obamacare, which force private insurers to cover the high-risk
population by distributing the burden to other citizens and away from government."
Rush demands that everyone stop pretending that Barack
Obama is the president: "When are we going to stop pretending that the individual representing himself as Barack Hussein
Obama and currently holding the office of president of the United States is anything other than a foreign-backed, Marxist operative and
Islamist whose objectives include the effective destruction of America as we know it?"
A federal judge in Utah has struck down the state’s ban on same-sex marriage.
On a semi-related note, anti-gay marriage activists believe that they will eventually win this fight: "This may take us years, but in the same way Roe v Wade looked utterly hopeless when it was put forward. But we see now today that the majority of Americans are now pro-life."
While ostensibly complaining about Phil Robertson's suspension, Breitbart's John Nolte says "bundled cable is the root of too many political and cultural evils to count."
Bryan Fischer sees the "Duck Dynasty" controversy as a turning point in human history: "Phil Robertson has created a moment of historic opportunity for evangelicals and social conservatives to reverse our cultural slide into sexual deviancy and begin turning our ship of state back toward sexual normalcy."
Ken Hutcherson, best known around here for being a vehemently anti-gay activist, has died after
a long battle with cancer.
If you are going to send out an email blasting a member of Congress, at least
make sure you are attacking the
FRC prays against ENDA: "While the Democratic-controlled Senate passed the
bill, House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) has said the House will not take it up. Pray for the activist agenda to end here and for
future Congresses to turn back the clock on the legalization and celebration of what the Bible declares to be sinful and destructive to
Phyllis Schlafly says that "in order to beat the bad ideas, conservatives must expose the true meanings of the words and slogans
used by liberals."