Linda Harvey declares that "it’s a stupid business practice to back the homosexual/gender confusion movement. Once it becomes widely known, your company will suffer a sales decline."
In news that should not surprise anyone, Hispanic Republicans are not particularly thilled by the prospect of voting for Donald Trump.
The general manager of Glenn Beck's radio show has reponded to the news that Beck's show has been removed from Sirius Radio by declaring that they "will continue to refuse to engage in the manipulative and bullying tactics of progressives."
A federal judge has signaled that a case against Sheriff Joe Arpaio "would likely be referred for criminal prosecution and agreed with an attorney for the plaintiffs that Arpaio committed perjury while testifying during his 21-day civil contempt trial last year."
Finally, Timothy Buchanan recognizes Memorial Day by asserting that "America is no longer worthy of the lives offered to defend it" because "no honorable person risks his life so that transvestites can parade around in public and impose their debauchery on innocent children and women."
Larry Tomczak tells his fellow religious conservatives that it is "time to be a good soldier" and support Donald Trump.
Sarah Palin praises Trump as "a golden wrecking ball."
Jesse Lee Peterson says that "violent Black Lives Matter agitators don’t belong on college campuses; they belong in jail. If it weren’t for affirmative action, most wouldn’t even be on campus. It’s time to give these idiots the boot and make room for serious students and professors."
Bryan Fischer lays out the Christian view of the bombing of Hiroshima.
Finally, Cliff Kincaid warns that allowing veterans to access medical marijuana will "turn vets into psychotic potheads."
Peter LaBarbera says that "now the Sexual Left–having legally destroyed the meaning of marriage with the eager help of the U.S. Supreme Court–has moved on to 'mainstreaming' and mandating accommodation for (trans)gender rebels–think men with fake boobs and a penis invading female restrooms; sadomasochism; men becoming human 'dogs'; and 'polyamory' (anti-fidelity). As for pedophilia, that lobby is still gearing up–mimicking the successful, manipulative tactics of the 'gay liberation' movement by portraying themselves as the aggrieved 'victims' of an inconvenient 'orientation.'"
Michael Brown calls upon Donald Trump to humble himself and admit to his mistakes. Good luck with that.
Anne Graham Lotz, who believes that the return of Jesus is imminent, says that God may be keeping her father, Billy Graham, alive so that he can witness it.
Linda Harvey declares that "bathrooms should continue to be safe places to perform necessary functions, not proving grounds for depraved identities."
Finally, David Whitney says that "new neckwear is being prepared for Obama in light of his administration’s actions" on transgender rights, citing Matthew 18, which says that "whoso shall offend one of these little ones which believe in me, it were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and that he were drowned in the depth of the sea."
The latest column from Bryan Fischer is as sensible as always: "The Gay Gestapo is on a mission from the Dark Lord to relentlessly harass, intimidate, punish, and silence every advocate of sexual normalcy."
David Barton insists that, according to the left, "there’s no greater heel in history, no greater jerk than Thomas Jefferson."
Donald Trump's campaign seems to be run by a bunch of real pros.
Pator Perry Noble says those Religious Right leaders who are planning to meet with Trump next month are hypocrites because most of them supported Mitt Romney in 2012: "I would bet if you took a survey of many of these same evangelical leaders that are going to the 'Trump Inquisition' next month...concerned about his lack of morality and stance on certain issues...that you would find many of those same leaders did not have to have such a meeting with Mitt Romney ... What's the problem? Honestly, I see it as a bit of hypocrisy for a group of people to ask Trump to 'prove himself' when the same group were leading the Romney bandwagon!"
On a related note, those organizing that meeting with Trump are laughably insisting that the meeting is "not intended to be political in nature."
Rep. Renee Ellmers explains why she endorsed Donald Trump: "Women are forward thinking and they don't care what's happened in the past."
The Alabama State Republican Executive Committee passed a resolution in support of Roy Moore that calls on "the Court of the Judiciary to drop the politically motivated charges against" him.
Phyllis Schlafly says that "our society was built on a foundation of the traditional family unit with men and women accepting their responsibilities. Transgenderism is a threat to traditional gender roles and to the foundation of American society."
The Illinois Family Institute declares that "the public school system is not broken. On the contrary, it is doing exactly what it was designed to do: indoctrinate the next generation into a socialist perspective of voluntary slavery."
Finally, Judith Reisman warns that gays "aim to wipe out all morality – whatever legal mechanisms that have protected the weak from the strong for thousands of years, to allow hypersexualizing all, expecting still normal folks to 'get over it.' It will be all ages for sex and include no limitations. There are to be no boundaries or regulations with regard to sexual identity or behavior. Indoctrination of all, at least by kindergarten, that one’s sexuality is a fluid, changing construct."
Todd Starnes has an "exclusive" report over the weekend that "Donald Trump has agreed to meet privately with some of the nation’s most prominent Evangelical leaders." That is quite a scoop, considering that Time had the same "exclusive" report last week.
Larry Tomczak prays for President Obama every day because he "cannot for the life of me understand his obsession with the LGBT agenda, especially transgenderism."
Carl Gallups tells conservative Christians who oppose Donald Trump not to be so "self-righteous about who is going to be president."
That argument probably will not be swaying Steve Deace: "If you are supporting Donald Trump, or flirting with doing so, you are playing a very dangerous game. There is simply no moral, biblical, or even strategic case for doing so, near as I can tell."
Larry Klayman says that Trump's "proposal to temporarily ban Muslim immigration does not even go far enough! The ban should not be temporary but permanent, less we sow the seeds of our own destruction, European-style!"
Finally, apparently Newt Gingrich has his fingerprints all over Trump's campaign.
Dave Daubenmire is just about at his wit's end: "I saw this week that President Obama’s approval rating is nearing 50% again. What in the world is wrong with people? Have we fallen so far that the American people approve of this obvious Son of Satan?"
Tucker Carlson says that Glenn Beck "acted like he was auditioning to be Mark Zuckerberg's manservant" during the recent meeting at Facebook.
Some Orwellian language from Louisiana Right to Life on a new 72-hour waiting period law: "This important bill empowers women considering abortion with additional reflection time before an abortion so they can consider their options more effectively."
Ben Carson and Tony Perkins are organizing a meeting between Religious Right leaders and Donald Trump.
Finally, Janet Porter has released a new video promoting her campaign against Target: VIDEO
FRC prays in the wake of the confirmation of Eric Fanning, the first openly gay Secretary of the Army: "May God raise up a president and Congress who will end the exploitation of our military and the sexual assault epidemic that has exploded in all our services since DADT was overturned. May military readiness replace the LGBT agenda as the chief goal of our DOD and military chiefs."
This is the title of Alveda King's latest press release: "There is a Battle for the Seed in the Toilets."
Linda Harvey says that "America must say NO to the gender manipulation of minors. Both physicians and parents need to be held civilly and possibly criminally liable for taking vulnerable children down these roads."
Phyllis Schlafly applauds Donald Trump for his list of possible Supreme Court justices: "I know and like most of them and have a few favorites that I will share with Mr. Trump at the right time."
Finally, Janet Porter remains very bitter over having lost her bid to win the Republican nomination for a seat in the Ohio state senate.
David Barton, of all people, complains that Donald Trump "will come out with some egregious, outrageous claim, and no one ever requires him to prove it." We have the samecomplaint about Barton.
Pamela Geller defends David Horowitz's "renegade Jew" article: "It's revealing how weak, spineless Jews go off when a proud Jew calls out them out."
Phil Robertson wants to be Donald Trump's "spiritual adviser."
A federal judge has "ordered Kansas to register thousands of voters whose paperwork is on hold because they did not comply with" a restrictive proof-of-citizenship law developed by Secretary of State Kris Kobach.
Finally, Peter LaBarbera says that the Equality Act should really be called the Criminalizing Christianity Act "because that's exactly what it would do. It would be a massive sledgehammer for the federal government and homosexual lawyers to come against small businesses, or anybody who comes out against homosexual so-called marriage, or transgender bathrooms, or other aspects of the gay and transgender agenda."
David and Jason Benham will receive the 2016 "National Heroes of Faith Award" from Vision America in September, while their father, Flip, will recieve the "Don Wildmon Pastor Award."
Alex Jones says that "Glenn Beck is a Benedict Arnold, he is a sleeper cell."
Scott Lively calls Christians to battle: "Let’s help the populists defend national sovereignty and defeat the Cultural Marxists, AND be fully prepared to reoccupy the positions of cultural influence that the Marxists stole from us as they are pushed back across the cultural battlefield — similar to the way the Russian Orthodox Church under Putin has re-claimed the positions of cultural influence in the Russian Federation from the Soviet Communists."
TeaParty.org wonders if Michelle Obama is transgender: "It would explain a lot."
Finally, David Lane identifies the problem and the only solution: "Cannot secularists recognize what Secularism has done to America? Freedom is endangered. Secularists have imported destruction on America ... What do we do? Prayer must be re-established in our churches. We must beseech King Jesus to return to public education, higher learning and the public square in America."
Arizona taxpayers “have already fronted more than $41 million in [a] class-action suit against” Sheriff Joe Arpaio, who was recently held in civil contempt, and may need to contribute “$13 million more toward the legal costs in the racial profiling case against” him.
David and Jason Benham lament that America is experiencing “total lawlessness and a meltdown of civil society.”
Chuck Norris says Harriet Tubman was not “some secular progressive or liberal Democrat waiting for her entitlements” but a symbol of “freedom from all forms of oppression and tyranny by the federal government, including the ginormous national debt that is suppressing future generations and us.”
The National Organization for Marriage is quite upset: “It is mind boggling to think about the power that radical LGBT extremists now hold among the Democratic party and leftist politicians like Obama and Hilary Clinton. If they are willing to allow these extremists to force their way into our children’s showers and bathrooms, what limits to their agenda exist?”
Televangelist James Robison asks: “What if, by the miraculous grace of God, these two Republican politicians — Donald Trump and Ted Cruz — came together and were moved in supernatural unity? ….What if they chose to serve God and others together, for the sake of freedom, by serving one another and leading America as a team? What if they not only shook hands but got on their knees together to seek God’s best for all of us, whom the Father loves so deeply?”
Anti-LGBT activist Linda Harvey declares that “homosexuals and the ‘transgendered’ are victims only of their own desires and delusions.”
Andrea Lafferty of the Traditional Values Coalition says that “Martin Luther King Jr. didn't march on Selma so that grown men and boys could march into girls changing rooms and showers.”
Alveda King is tired of all the people “suggesting that allowing everyone to use the same public bathrooms will solve America's problems” since “America’s moral dilemma won’t be solved in the public bathrooms of America.”
According to Armstrong Williams, Ben Carson and Donald Trump "have become very trusted allies; brothers."
Anne Graham Lotz will vote for Trump and "hope that he can change and become a man of God like King Nebuchadnezzar in the Bible."
Religious Right activists are threatening to sit out the election unless Trump picks a running mate that they can support.
Frank Gaffney warns that transgender nondiscrimination policies will force colleges to "create conditions in which rape is virtually inevitable."
Dana Loesch is not a fan of pro-Trump commentator Kayleigh McEnany: "Baby cakes, this was more than just going on television and flashing your pearly whites and your flat chest, red dress, over-sprayed bleach blond hair while you sit and preach all this stuff about who is or isn’t a conservative?"
Finally, Janet Porter declares that "it’s time to hit Target even harder."
Richard Viguerie, who once called Donald Trump "a serious narcissist" with "serious psychological problems," now says that the billionaire mogul can unify the GOP and win the presidency if he names Newt Gingrich as his running mate.
Joseph Farah says that he is positively terrified of Trump but will still support him nonetheless.
Kris Kobach feels "somewhat vindicated" by Trump's primary victory.
Scott Lively says that the Supreme Court's 1996 Romer v. Evans decision striking down Colorado's anti-gay Amendment 2 was "the beginning of the end of the pro-family vision of returning America to family values."
C-FAM's Wendy Wright says that President Obama's foreign policy legacy is nothing but "chaos and LGBT."
Finally, FRC prays for the success of the right-wing boycott against Target: "May God continue to open the eyes of the leaders of culture who have been coopted by the sexual revolution so as to abandon all common sense. May He bless communities, cities and states that stand firm, refusing to bow to political correctness for the sake of our children, grandchildren, and the future of our nation."
While disappointed that Ted Cruz has dropped out of the presidential race, David Barton vows to fight on: "But we don't walk away from or abandon all we have fought for. Instead, we simply become more engaged -- we elect principled leaders to city council and mayor, school board and county office, for state legislature, and for the House and Senate. We make sure our neighbors are registered to vote and that they choose God-fearing leaders ... And above all, we teach ourselves and others to think and act Biblically."
Peter LaBarbera and Linda Harvey are going after two Cleveland hotels for allowing a "leather weekend" to take place at their facilites: "Events like this are a public health and safety disaster and a direct result of the tolerance of homosexual behavior now being forced on America. Homosexual America, this is on you."
"Coach" Dave Daubenmire vows to continue his crusade against Target: "We must stop this IDIOCY NOW!!! No men in the ladies room!! It is time to say NO t the out-of-control gender-challenged mafia.Please join us in pushing back. This Saturday we are going to begin to shove."
In a perfectly fitting move, Ben Carson will be involved in the process of vetting a running mate for Donald Trump.
Finally, Napp Nazworth insists that evangelicals cannot be blamed for Trump's success: "Trump has already been a disaster for the Republican Party, essentially dismantling the Reagan coalition and undermining its efforts to retain control of Congress. A Trump presidency would be a disaster for the entire nation, given that he is entirely unfit, in character and experience, to be president.For those reasons, it's important to set straight the historical record — evangelicals led the opposition to Trump."