Rand Paul first said he fled an encounter with a Dreamer activist because he had to go to an interview, but now he claims it was because he’s “not interested in being filmed and berated by people who broke the law and are here illegally to try and convince me about policy.”
Tea Party groups join the purported Democratic conspiracy to impeach Obama!
Steve Deace mocks John Boehner: “I guess all the Tea Party leaders I’ve had on my nationally syndicated radio show calling for President Barack Obama’s impeachment the past 16 months were tools of ‘a scam started by Democrats,’ and they didn’t even know it.”
Todd Starnes BURNS President Obama: “President Obama wrote in an op-ed for McClatchy News Service that we have a moral obligation to support Africa's progress. What about supporting America's progress, Mr. President?”
Citizens for Community Values is holding "Four Days of Prayer for Marriage" before the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals hears arguments against Ohio's gay marriage ban.
David Wasserman says Lenar Whitney is "the most frightening candidate I’ve met in seven years interviewing congressional hopefuls."
Finally, Phyllis Schlafly longs for the good old days when we "used to teach women to be smart and not go alone to a man’s bedroom, especially if she has had too much to drink" unlike today "where mixed signals confuse men into sex that a woman can later call assault."
The Center for Immigration Studies is distancing itself from Stephen Steinlight after he said that being hung and drawn and quartered was too good for President Obama.
Meriam Ibrahim has finally been allowed to leave Sudan.
FRC prays against ENDA: "May God's people pray and arise to take action! May the next Congress and President act to protect all who hold to the Faith of our Fathers, and reverse the activist homosexual agenda in every branch of Government!"
These differingviews must certainly make for spirited discussions at Graham family gatherings.
Ralph Reed's Faith and Freedom Coalition will be hosting an exclusive conference call with Sen. Ted Cruz next week.
Ben Carson is "starting to think" about running for president.
In even better news, Michele Bachmann is insisting "there's a chance" that she might make another run for the White House.
The downing of a Malaysian jet over Ukraine last week is a sign that America had better get right with God, says Alex McFarland: "We've got to stop murdering three thousand babies a day in abortion mill. We need a president and elected officials that not only will follow the American rule of law but the law of God and stand for marriage, and not the sodomy and immorality that's been foisted on the America people by a 45-year marketing campaign called the gay agenda."
Wayne Allyn Root teases that "I’m not promising it yet or officially declaring, but I’m thinking really seriously about running against Harry Reid for the United States senate in 2016."
The organization Christians in Defense of Israel has now become a part of Liberty Counsel.
Matt Barber says President Obama's ENDA executive order proves that he is an "imperialist president" who is "targeting and discriminating specifically against Christian companies."
Michael Brown likewise voices his displeasure: "[Y]ou took it upon yourself to enact an order which declares that, in the workplace, sexual rights trump religious rights. What a terrible, tragic shame."
Finally, Bob Dole is gearing up for another fight against the Religious Right over a UN treaty covering people with disabilities.
Mat Staver says that President Obama's executive order protecting LGBT workers is "not non-discrimination, it's not tolerance: it is absolute dominance particularly not only of all worldviews but of the Christian and Judeo-Christian worldview."
Gary Cass warns that "for the sake of appeasing the twisted sexual proclivities of less than 3% of our population, America has become an advocate of open rebellion against God. ... [W]hen a culture loses its most basic sense the difference between boys and girls and right and wrong and follows the irrational demands of a few militants, we’re on the rainbow path to judgment."
Last week, Chris McDaniel made his fifth appearance on Bryan Fischer's radio show, joining him in person in the studio.
Finally, James Robison says that conservative Christians can save America if they will only get involved in politics: "We could impeach corrupt judges and justices. We could rid the House of every representative who openly mocks God and His Word, fails to understand the importance of faith, family and freedom, personal responsibility, and the Constitution. We should remove those who are so incompetent they can't even balance a checkbook, a budget, or make sane decisions. We could secure the borders, address every national ill, meet every challenge and stop building an even greater crisis in the name of compassion and in order to manipulate political advantage (which is exactly what is happening on the border). We could stop the nonsense, stop the insanity, stop the blatant rebellion and return to God."
Matt Barber declares that "all pretense has been dropped" as the "Left moves to outlaw Christianity."
Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad has signed a proclamation calling for prayer and repentance that was put together by Bob Vander Plaats.
Anti-choice activists want a Catholic hospital to fire three doctors because those doctors provide abortions, even though they are not doing so at the Catholic hospital. Just remember that the next time the Religious Right starts screaming about "persecution."
Liberty Counsel plans to distribute 150,000 DVDs encouraging pastors to get involved in politics before the November election.
Pamela Geller says "Obama wants the jihadists to win. There can be no other conclusion. Obama is unabashed in his anti-Semitism. Shocking. Creepy. Evil."
Finally, John MacArthur says that gay-affirming Christian denominations "have no relationship to scripture, they are the apostate church, they are Satan’s church.”
Todd Starnes says that "under this administration, the government believes they are church and
President Obama is the deity."
Bryan Fischer says that Ann Coulter is "the Manchurian Columnist."
Laurie Higgins argues that if
opposition to homosexuality is akin to racism "then cultural disapproval of polyamory, zoophilia, and scores of other
paraphilias is wrong and akin to racism."
The Lord says, "I am already invading Hollywood far beyond
what you can imagine."
Matt Barber asserts that the fact that support for ENDA is
dropping over religious exemptions is proof "that what this is really all about is criminalizing Christianity and doing
away with freedom of religion."
Finally, Scott Lively is running for governor in
Massachusetts and his transportation plan is exactly as crazy as you'd expect:
"Overcrowding in Mass. cities is a direct consequence of the globalist United Nations Agenda 21 project, which has been
using land use policies and financial incentives to push humans out of the rural areas into the cities since 1992.
Massachusetts has bought into Agenda 21 in a major way, though most citizens have never heard of it. I would reverse the
Agenda 21 process and work to restore the model of environmentally-conscious self-sufficient agrarian farm-communities which
New England was once known for, and which offer a substantially better and healthier way of life. This would alleviate the
stress of overcrowding in the cities and restore struggling rural economies at the same time."
What a surprise, people have had enough of Sarah Palin.
Frank Gaffney says that Richard Mellon Scaife was "a founding father in his own right."
What a surprise, Tim LaHaye, who made a fortune writing about the End Times, thinks people don't study the Book of Revelation enough .... so he wrote another book about it!
Sen. Rob Portman "is confident that his position on gay marriage has not crippled his ability to be a national candidate." Good luck winning the GOP presidential primary with that position.
Finally, "life is a lot simpler when you’re a liberal": "For one thing, you don’t have to be bothered by silly things like facts; you can just make up your narrative as you go along and, thanks to our abysmal public education system, most people will never know that you lied through your teeth. You also don’t have to worry about understanding many complex issues, and how to respond to criticism of your position on those issues. Being a liberal, you’re wrong on pretty much everything anyway, so there’s no need to waste your time trying to articulate a factual, intelligent response.
Former half-term governor Sarah Palin is calling for President Obama's impeachment.
Pat Buchanan laughably insists that the Southern Strategy wasn’t racist: “Nixon won the South not because he agreed with them on civil rights -- he never did -- but because he shared the patriotic values of the South and its antipathy to liberal hypocrisy."
This should work: "Liveprayer's Rev. Bill Keller has sent a personal video message to the head of ISIS, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, encouraging him to renounce Islam and inviting him to convert to Christianity."
FRC says "Americans everywhere are indebted Hobby Lobby and Conestoga Wood for being modern-day Daniels. They stared down the lions of intolerance and won a victory for the whole nation."
Matt Barber thinks the Hobby Lobby decision means that President Obama has no constitutional authority to issue an executive order prohibiting anti-gay discrimination among federal contractors.
Alveda King says that "while we were marching in the sixties, a place was being prepared for us at Planned Parenthood.
We were trying to get off the back of the bus, and they were going to have a space for us in the front of the abortion
James Dobson's Family Talk "is excited to officially announce the creation of a partnership with the American Association of
Religious Right groups are not happy that the Freedom From Religion Foundation was allowed to run an ad decrying the Hobby
Lobby ruling in the New York Times.
Finally, Robert Oscar Lopez rails against allowing same-sex couples to adopt
children: "Same-sex parenting is an abusive practice whereby two gay adults contrive to deprive a helpless child
of the love and support of a mother or father."