- Al Mohler explains "why Christians should support the death penalty."
- Franklin Graham declares that "true followers of Jesus Christ, whose salvation is based entirely upon God’s Word, cannot endorse same-sex marriage, regardless of what our president, the Congress, the Supreme Court, the media or the latest Gallup poll says about the matter."
- In the last few weeks, an anti-Common Core group in Alabama has received $700,000 from just one foundation, both of which just happen to be run the same person.
- It is always fascinating to watch Glenn Beck try to comprehend the fact that not every person in America shares his personal views and preferences.
- Finally, this might be the dumbest thing you will read about the Donald Sterling controversy: "When you talk about Jay-Z, this criminal thug who's called black women all kinds of names, disgraced our race. And nobody is talking about kicking him out of the league? You can't have double standards I'm sorry."
- "History is repeating itself": Glenn Beck says that Alex Jones' attacks on him are just like Malcolm X's attacks on Martin Luther King.
- Speaking of Jones, Cliff Kincaid can probably expect to become his next target after he called Jones and his followers a bunch of lunatics who are "poisoning the minds of many conservatives and Tea Party members."
- Is anyone surprised that three graduates of Liberty University Law School are serving as law clerks for Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore and played a key role in crafting the court's recent abortion decision?
- David Barton and Sarah Palin will both be speaking at a fundraiser for a Christian school in October. That ought to be enlightening.
- Similarly, Mat Staver and Kamal Saleem will be speaking at the American Decency Association’s summer conference.
- Finally, the candidate who ran an ad mocking John Boehner’s "electile dysfunction" has lost his job teaching at a Christian college as a result.
- Sarah Palin is an American treasure.
- The only thing worse than gays is Christians who defend gays.
- The Tea Party Patriots Citizens Fund is raking in millions of dollars and spending almost none of it on candidates.
- Glenn Beck has some "pretty big plans" for his movie studio and promises that people will be "absolutely shocked" by what he
has in store.
- Finally, on a semi-related note, Alex Jones is attacking Beck
because "he actually works for Obama," which is just about the most deliciously ironic thing we have ever
- Glenn Beck spoke at Liberty University today. There was some crying involved.
- A poll commissioned by Citizens for Community Values Action shows, shockingly, "a decline in support for same-sex marriage in Ohio."
- Robert Oscar Lopez warns S.E. Cupp not to support gay adoption because, in doing so, "we are encouraging a whole new generation of homewreckers – gays who want to be parents and figure out that the cheapest way to do it is to seduce someone of the same sex who is currently in a rocky marriage with children."
- Right-wing activists have released a Citizens’ Commission on Benghazi report. We are sure it is very informative.
- Finally, Bryan Fischer proudly declares that "I am the only conservative in America" that is willing to come to Cliven Bundy's defense.
- Cliven Bundy cannot be a racist because, his son says, "two vehicles full of black men" protected him during the Watts Riots in
1965 and "he felt that they were his guardian angels."
- After having repeatedly
declared that Bundy was a Godly man of prayer, Glenn Beck has now abandoned him completely.
Bryan Fischer, on the other hand, is predictably defending
Bundy's racist remarks.
- April 30 is the National Day of Repentance.
Bauer says there is a "misinformation campaign waged by media elites" designed to isolate those who
oppose marriage equality.
- The Pacific Justice Institute is
asking the Supreme Court to agree to hear its lawsuit against California's prohibition on using "ex-gay"
therapy on minors.
- Jerry Newcombe defends Jim DeMint's absurd claim that the federal government played no role in ending slavery, which makes sense given that DeMint made the claim while appearing on Newcombe's radio show.
- Beware! "Torquemada Invades America."
- "Can You Be Gay and Christian?" FRC and Michael Brown will let you know.
- ADF calls on pastors to "rise up," just like the Founding Fathers who "believed so strongly in the involvement of pastors and Bible teachers in political matters that they risked their lives signing the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution."
- Finally, Glenn Beck does not believe that the nation’s immigration court system just happened to suffer a massive technical meltdown because he, of course, suspects that someone is deliberately sabotaging it as retribution for the failure to pass immigration reform.
- In a shocking development, a poll commissioned by the Family Research Council and America Values found "that 82 percent of Republican and Republican-leaning independents" oppose gay marriage.
- The Patrick Henry Center for Individual Liberty has lost its tax-exempt status after the IRS determined that it “has shown a pattern of deliberate and consistent intervention in political campaigns."
- Todd Starnes has very clever insights.
- Any event featuring Wiley Drake and James David Manning is bound to be an exercise in insanity.
- Finally, it is more than a little ironic that J.D. Greear, a pastor speaking at the Southern Baptist Convention's Ethics Religious Liberty Commission Leadership Summit, would complain that "[p]reaching against homosexuality in our day is about as popular as preaching against slavery and racism in Charleston, South Carolina, in 1861."
- Glenn Beck regrets giving Mitt Romney his first edition copy of George Washington's farewell address, especially since he never even received a thank-you note.
- Michael Brown has "some honest questions for professing 'gay Christians.'"
- The Family Foundation of Virginia "is asking that you join us for 40 Days of Prayer, Fasting and Repentance for Marriage from August 27 until October 5, 2014."
- Bryan Fischer is a lot of things, but self-aware is not one of them.
- Finally, Jim Garrow boldly tells Glenn Beck and Oprah Winfrey that he will not appear on their programs, even though they are both practically begging him to do so!
- The AP reports that "James Dobson has won a temporary
injunction preventing the federal government from requiring his ministry to include the morning-after pill and other
emergency contraception in its health insurance."
- The National Draft Ben Carson for
President Committee is raking in millions of dollars and
filling its own coffers despite having no actual affiliation with Carson.
- Tea Party Express
Chairman Amy Kremer has resigned from the organization in order to assist with Matt Bevin's campaign
against Sen. Mitch McConnell.
- Glenn Beck had a dream.
- Finally, Quiverfull and home-schooling leader
Bill Gothard is denying allegations from dozens of women that he sexually
harassed them, but admitting that his behavior was wrong: "My actions of holding of hands, hugs, and touching of feet or
hair with young ladies crossed the boundaries of discretion and were wrong. They demonstrated a double-standard and violated
a trust. Because of the claims about me I do want to state that I have never kissed a girl nor have I touched a girl
immorally or with sexual intent."
- Gov. Bobby Jindal will be the commencement speaker at Liberty University next
- Michael Farris is now bravely trying to distance himself from Doug Phillips.
- NOM is organizing its second annual "March for
Marriage" because "we must show that we will not be intimidated by the
thought-police-bullies intent on silencing us so they can push their agenda down America's throat!" Good luck with
- FRC prays against legalized pot: "May state policies which encourage marijuana use,
which serve as a gateway to more harmful drugs and addiction, and that benefit only drug peddlers, be reversed! May those in
authority, especially parents, set an example and train our youth to reject mind altering drugs that are dangerous to
everyone (Lk 12:35-40; Rom 12:1; 1 Cor 6:12-20; Eph 5:18)."
- Matt Barber is predictably
upset by the release of a postage stamp honoring Harvey Milk.
- Finally, Steven Camarota of
the Center for Immigration Studies says it "would help the Republicans a lot" if the number of legal immigrants allowed into America was reduced by 70% or so.
- Rep. Michele Bachmann will be the commencement speaker at her alma mater, Oral Roberts University, next month.
- Rick Santorum's Christian film company will now begin distributing its movies directly through churches.
- Great headline, Christian Post: "Sebelius May Be Obama's Late Term Abortion."
- Bryan Fischer and Robert Oscar Lopez commiserate over the fact that they are both considered too radical to be accepted by the "mainstream" pro-family movement.
- Finally, Glenn Beck is getting into the movie-making business because "I hate politics. I hate politicians and I feel like I'm wasting my life." Which explains why he spends hours on radio and television every single day talking about politics and politicians.
- After finally being allowed to enter Canada, Peter LaBarbera got
himself arrested for displaying anti-gay and anti-abortion posters and handing out literature on a college campus and then refusing to leave.
Glenn Beck says that Congressional candidate
Barry Loudermilk reminds him a lot of David Barton (and he thinks that is a good thing.)
Michele Bachmann will speak at Liberty
- In the wake of the Brendan Eich controversy, anti-gay activists are calling on Mozilla "to make a clear statement to its employees as to
whether this incident is a dog whistle to all pro-marriage, pro-family, pro-life and religious employees and talent to vacate
the company or will Mozilla ensure a truly diverse and safe workplace environment for them."
We hate to break it to you, Lee Duigon, but nobody is afraid of you;
they are mocking you.
- Finally, Matt Barber tells a Christian publishing company that is reportedly going to publish a book by a gay
Christian that it can "no longer call yourself a Christian publishing company. Call yourself a secular publishing
company or an anti-Christian publishing company, because what they are doing here is counter biblical, it's anti-
Christian and it flies in the face of God's teaching on sexual morality."
- It is honestly amazing that Matt Barber thinks he is helping his side by writing columns with titles
like "How the 'Gay' Jihad
Normalized a Filthy Practice."
- Ira Mehlman of the Federation for American
Immigration Reform (FAIR) warns that "the president is going to trash the Constitution even more than
he's already trashed it and do precisely what he says he doesn't have the authority to do, which is basically to
suspend virtually all deportations to grant legal status or quasi-legal status to the millions of illegal aliens who are
- Alveda King and Day Gardner lament that "this week's 2014 Civil Rights Summit
missed a historic moment to acknowledge the most important civil rights struggle of our time -- securing the rights of those
alive in the womb."
- If Pinterest just isn't Christian enough for you, now you have an alternative.
"Coach" Dave Daubenmire is concerned that Evangelicals
don't have anyone to speak for them in government because the Supreme Court and Congressional leadership are dominated by
- Peter LaBarbera was initially prohibited from entering Canada on his way to deliver a speech to an anti-abortion group, but the decision was later reversed and he was allowed to enter.
- Mike Huckabee warns that social conservatives will abandon the GOP if the party ignores social issues. Blah, blah, blah. We've literally been hearing this threat from them for twenty years.
- Bryan Fischer proclaims that the Nevada rancher locked in a showdown with the federal government "is the most law-abiding citizens that you're ever going to meet." It must be nice to be able to host a daily radio talk show where you are not expected to have any idea what you are talking about.
- Three parent embryos are being raised on Capitol Hill? How does that work?
- Finally, Operation American Spring has sent Congress "copies of documents demanding the resignations of six, top government officials, including Articles of Impeachment against President Obama, for violating their oath of office, and/or by committing high crimes against the state, and requiring Congress to enforce the demands, or be held accountable."
- Bob Marshall continues to rack up support, this time scoring the coveted endorsement of E.W. Jackson.
FRC prays: "Pray for those who have succumbed to pressure from activists, frenzied by their radical agenda. May business leaders understand the issues and not allow themselves to be used to promote an anti-Christian agenda. May Craig James prevail in his Texas action and may God use him mightily in his new role as Assistant to FRC President, Tony Perkins!"
- "Who Is Gordon Klingenschmitt?" Let him tell you!
- Some keen insights from Michael Brown: "It is one thing to use the 'N' word, since it is overtly offensive, while I understand that terms like 'colored' or 'Negro' have been abandoned in deference to the preferences of black (or African) Americans. At the same time, black Americans have not said to us, 'Don’t say "colored," say "special,’'' whereas gay activists have said, 'Don’t say "homosexual" say "gay"'' thereby dictating concepts as well as terms."
- Finally, Ben Shapiro has written the dumbest thing you will read all day.
- Mike Huckabee says that he is not anti-gay, he is just on "the right side of the
- "[I]s Sarah Palin Relevant?, asks CBN's David Brody.
- Louie Gohmert is now claiming that his infamous "cast aspersions on my asparagus" comment was an
- "Coach" Dave Daubenmire wants to know, if gays are born that way, what about bisexuals, pedophiles, and those who practice
- Finally, what is the solution to drug and alcohol addiction? "Just Pray
- Craig James allegedly lost his last job for being anti-gay so, of course, he has now been hired by the Family Research Council.
- Anti-immigration activists are not reacting well to Jeb Bush's statement that those who enter this country illegally do so as an "act of love."
- Robert Knight does not support the push for marriage equality: "It’s one thing to have the idea that a cow is now a horse. It’s another to use the power of the law to impose this delusion on everybody else. Same-sex 'marriage' is a direct attack on freedom of conscience for millions of people."
- Liberty University dismisses concerns that it has hired a gay choreographer for an upcoming production of Mary Poppins.
- Finally, James Dobson has a long list of ways that America is collapsing, including "in early March, Lena Dunham, the creator and star of the cable sitcom, Girls, appeared totally nude in a two minute skit on Saturday Night Live. She was naked as a jaybird. Dunham was accompanied by her co-star, Taran Killam, who was wearing nothing but a scanty leaf. Not only was the skit obscene; it mocked the biblical account of Creation and the Creator. Was there any outrage to the response? None that I heard about."
- Gary Glenn and the American Family Association of Michigan oppose a proposed anti-discrimination ordinance in Saginaw because "we consider these ordinances to be, themselves, discriminatory."
- Liberty University clarifies that it is not involved in a partnership with Benny Hinn.
- If Hollywood is going to make movies based on the Bible stories, then those movies must "adhere strictly to the details of the original story."
- Former Congressman Bob Dornan has endorsed Bob Marshall for Congress.
- Finally, Erik Rush continues to advocate that Muslims be slaughtered en masse.
- FRC's Tony Perkins was on hand as Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant signed a new Arizona-like "Religious Freedom Restoration Act" into law during a private ceremony.
- Don Feder lays out the "10 Pillars of Patriotism."
- Judie Brown, founder of American Life League, is outraged that President Obama gave a rosary blessed by the Pope to Nancy Pelosi: "I'm horrified, because as a Catholic, I think it's sacrilegious for someone like Pelosi – who is allegedly a Catholic – to accept anything from a pro-abortion president, but specifically when it is a rosary. It's a sacrilege for the president to have given it to anybody or to have accepted it in the first place. He has no faith."
- You have been warned: "Without Revival, Our Civilization Will Become Like Sodom and Gomorrah."
- Finally, Stuart Shepard blames groups like PFAW for an incident in which a little girl was allegedly told that she could not pray before lunch, even though the entire thing was false and ginned up by Todd Starnes.
- Just because the claim that President Obama has surrendered control over the internet has been repeatedly debunked, that is not going to stop Liberty Counsel from repeating it.
- The Family Leader is mad that Progress Iowa is "bullying" Bob Vander Plaats by making fun of him in a comic book.
- Today was "Abstinence Day on the Hill," where teen activists lobby their legislators in support abstinence education.
- FRC prays against the SPLC: "May God intervene to stop the systematic defamation of those who honorably defend Biblical values. May believers everywhere pray and stand with all such. May they know spiritual and physical safety and God's protection from every scheme formed against them!"
- Finally, Alex McFarland knows what is responsible for the shooting at Fort Hood: "[W]e've cheapened life and we've told generations of public school students that there is no creator God, there's purposeless evolution – and now since 1973, we've murdered ten times more human beings than Adolph Hitler through abortion."