Theodore Shoebat posted a 40-minute video yesterday explaining why Donald Trump would easily win in Iowa. We look forward to his explanation of why he was totally wrong.
The Ben Carson campaign is ripping the Ted Cruz campaign for supposedly engaging in "dirty tricks" in Iowa, as if that was to blame for his fourth-place finish.
Is President Obama the Antichrist? Not exactly, as a new book explains "that Obama's role is to lead America, as one of the Antichrist's voices, to eventually assimilate into the Antichrist's kingdom referred to in Scripture as the ten toes, ten horns, and in today's lingo, referred to as the New World Order, which is the realignment of all nations into ten political/economic regions."
Jan Markell is not happy that Obama will be visiting a mosque: "I'm sure there are some patriotic Muslims, but I simply do not know what they've actually contributed in a significant way to our country."
Thinking of marrying yourself? Bethany Blankley urges you to think again: "God gave these women and others interested in self marriage over to their own 'depraved minds.' Their depravity is the result of their rejection of God and they 'do what ought not to be done.' Lifestyle choices reflect more than an individual's personal choice. They have eternal consequences."
Finally, Gordon Klingenschmitt has scored a key endorsement in his run for a state senate seat in Colorado: Alan Keyes
Disgraced Christian patriarchy leader Bill Gothard has a new ministry which has some interesting thoughts about slavery: "If all the slaves would have been trained how to follow these same disciplines of finding and meditating on daily Rhemas, God would have also given them the same prosperity and success."
Richard Viguerie warns Christians against supporting Donald Trump: "What will God's judgement on America be if we elect a President who openly and proudly brags about flouting God's laws, and we still choose to entrust him with our country's future?"
Finally, "Coach" Dave Daubenmire declares that "the future of Western civilization is under attack" and Christians must rise up and fight back against gay marriage.
"Coach" Dave Daubenmire wants to make it clear "that I am a Ted Cruz supporter ... but I am not afraid of Donald Trump."
Mike Huckabee and Rick Santorum will be joining Trump at the veterans event he is hosting as he boycotts tonight's Fox News debate.
Mark Creech says that the scarcity of "genuine prophets" and "prophets like Jesus" is to blame for evangelical support for Donald Trump.
Cruz's campaign co-chair Bob Vander Plaats knows why the people of Iowa will support Cruz: "People in Iowa – we're first in the nation for a reason. We want to find out what makes a person tick, and what makes a person tick is typically their faith."
Finally, Marco Rubio wants you to know that "I believe in God and that God has blessed America."
Glenn Beck warns that Donald Trump is a "pathological narcissistic sociopath" and says that people should listen to him because he accurately predicted 9/11, the 2008 economic crisis and the rise of the caliphate.
Speaking of Beck, Alex Jones is convinced that Beck is trying to "get rid of me and steal my identity."
Mike Huckabee apparently thinks that making an Iowa-centric parody of Adele's "Hello" is going to boost him to victory in next week's caucuses.
On a related note, Steven Anderson says that only Huckabee can stop God from destroying America: "Voting Huckabee for president means God won't remove the USA in judgment for our sins."
In announcing his campaign for a state senate seat, Gordon Klingenschmitt claims that he is a college professor.
Finally, Klingenschmitt has thrown his support behind fellow radical right-wing activist Janet Porter in her own run for state office in Ohio.
Ted Cruz confesses to CBN's David Brody: "I have not been as faithful [in his tithing] as I should have been."
While Donald Trump is revelling in the endorsement of Jerry Falwell, Jr., a group of Religious Right activists are telling voters in Iowa that they "cannot trust Donald Trump" on the issue of abortion.
Anne Graham Lotz says that the blizzard that recently hit Washington, D.C., was a message from God.
Ben Carson is outraged by the indictment of David Daleiden and vows that "as president, he will use the full weight of his office to not only cut off all federal funding for this organization, but also prosecute them for crimes against the unborn."
Daleiden's mentor, Troy Newman, is likewise outraged: "This has the effect of chilling the First Amendment freedom of the press and could scare crime witnesses away from coming forward for fear that they might suffer similar retaliatory prosecution."
Finally, Janet Porter says that she is running for office to put an end to abortion: "Influencing the elected hasn’t worked. We must become the elected. It’s time to run for office and finish the job the establishment incumbents refuse to do. And once we’re elected, we’re going to end abortion. For real."
Michael Snyder thinks that it cannot possibly be a coincidence that historic blizzard named "Jonas" hit Washington D.C. on the anniversary of Roe v Wade.
Rep. Louie Gohmert warns that "people who want to replace our Constitution with Sharia law, they’re being protected, and people that support and defend the Constitution, who just also have their religious beliefs, they’re being prosecuted."
Jennifer LeClaire declares that "the Lord wants to raise up [Ted] Cruz, as an Ezra in this generation."
Finally, speaking of Trump, he has secured the coveted endorsement of the National Black Republican Association, a fringe right-wing group that believes that the GOP's "Southern Strategy" was really just a way to lure non-racist whites away from the racist Democratic Party.
FRC's Peter Sprigg says that "the pro-homosexual movement is dedicated to putting a straightjacket on people and making it impossible for them to even express the view that marriage is the union of a man and a woman or that children do better with a mom and a dad."
Charisma magazine founder Steve Strang explains why he's endorsing Ted Cruz: "Christians must rise up and vote to place leaders in office who will make the needed changes or America will cease to be a shining light on a hill that has protected liberty around the world and given us the freedom to propagate the gospel around the world."
Finally, John McTernan warns that Islam is totalitarian because Muslims think that God's law must always triumph over secular law. That is, of course, exactly the same position held by everyone in the Religious Right.
Michael Farris blasts Jerry Falwell, Jr. for fawning all over Donald Trump: "Shame on you, Jerry Falwell, Junior for elevating success in business over the principles of right and wrong that flow from giving priority to the Word of God over the priority of a balance sheet. I am deeply saddened."
Michael Savage is not happy about Sarah Palin's endorsement of Donald Trump: "I’m afraid we’re seeing the meltdown now of the campaign where they’re turning to the very same people who destroyed Romney. They’re undermining him from within."
The National Organization for Marriage came up $17,850 short in its end of the year fundraising effort.
Linda Harvey asks, "Is abortion God’s judgment on America? Are we enacting, through 'choice,' our own spiritual demise, our own 'flood' of destruction? It’s a deeply troubling thought."
Finally, Rick Green has scored an extremely important endorsement in his bid for the Texas Supreme Court: Ray Comfort.
Steve Deace loved Ann Coulter when she was outraging liberals, but now that she is attacking his candidate of choice, Ted Cruz, she has become a "sad caricature" and a "useful idiot."
Glenn Beck wants to make it very clear that he will not be buying Al Jazeera America because "not one dime will ever go to pay a state that harbors and infects the rest of the world with twisted ideology that leads to terror."
Tony Perkins explains that conservatives love Ted Cruz because is willing to "challenge the darkness -- of terrorism, Christian persecution, same-sex marriage, abortion, religious hostility, radical Islam, family breakdown, even the economy."
Meet Dan Wilks, the billionaire sugar daddy for Ted Cruz and Religious Right.
Finally, the MRC's Dan Gainor is no fan of the upcoming film "Norm of the North" because in it, Gainor says, "Norm goes on his own little polar bear jihad against capitalism."
Bryan Fischer continues to claim that Muslims and Christians cannot worship the same God because the God of Christianity has a son. And so we are going to once again point out that, using that logic, Jews and Christians must not worship the same God.
The geniuses over at Shoebat.com "cannot help but wonder if our government was hoping the Iranian government would do to these soldiers what happened to American CIA operatives in Benghazi in order to justify war with Iran."
Finally, Janet Porter is now literally using our coverage of her as a selling point to right-wingers in her campaign for a seat in the Ohio legislature and claiming that we "hate liberty" and we "hate life": VIDEO
Perhaps South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley has been reading too many history books authored by David Barton: “We’ve never in the history of this country passed any laws or done anything based on race or religion. Let’s not start that now.”
Accuracy In Media warns that “communist groups have manipulated the cause of Black Lives Matter.”
Lastly, Don Feder wants to share some important advice: “We could get the Constitution back one day. Electing someone like Ted Cruz would be a start. But even that is no assurance. We’ll need to raise up a generation — like the one that produced the Constitution — to rise to rebellion and overthrow a judicial tyranny supported by the political elite.”
James Dobson and Liberty University have teamed up to form the James C. Dobson Center for Child Development, Marriage, & Family Studies.
Ben Carson is calling for an investigation into two Muslim leaders who will be attending tonight's State of the Union address on the grounds that they have "done things that are clearly not pro-American."
"Mark my words": Glenn Beck predicts that tonight will not be President Obama's last State of the Union address because he will insist on delivering another one before leaving office next year.
The Southern Baptist Convention's Ronnie Floyd says that the "spiritual state of our union" is weak and "we need to repent, come back to God and put our trust in God alone. America needs a Great Spiritual Awakening."
Finally, Newt Gingrich will be leading an upcoming conference call organized by David Lane's American Renewal Project to seek to rally 100,000 pastors to pressure Congress into defunding Planned Parenthood.
Bryan Fischer goes after Donald Trump's "troubled marital history": "He is famously on his third marriage, married to a glamorous woman who has done nude, lesbian-themed photo shoots in the past."
Theodore Shoebat says that "ISIS are a bunch of homosexual, anti-Christian murderers. They are the purest form of the homosexual agenda, and they are just as evil and anti-Christian, as the reprobate sodomites in the West. "
Speaking of Shoebat, apparently we are defaming Christians and denigrating Christianity by highlighting his support for a modern-day Inquisition and for putting gays to death.
It is Jesse Lee Peterson's mission to end racism in 2016 by simply pointing out that it doesn't exist.
Finally, Eugene Delguadio calls upon Donald Trump "do more to embrace specific victims of anti-Christian anti-social, attacks on God and Country as soon as possible." Victims like Kim Davis, Roy Moore, and Santa Claus.
The AFA's Walker Wildmon is very upset that people keep pointing out that his organization is an anti-gay hate group.
Finally, Walid Shoebat explains why real Americans trust Donald Trump to destroy ISIS: "Americans bombed Dresden, Hiroshima and Nagasaki including every man, woman, child, pet, cattle and every creature that crawled on the land of these tyrants, and they did not care one single iota. Stomping evil at times requires the death of all within the radius of the tyrant devil. "
Marco Rubio makes his pandering play for the support of right-wing Christians in Iowa.
Just a few months ago, Glenn Beck couldn't say enough nice things about Rick Santorum, but then Santorum dared to attack Ted Cruz so now he is dead to Beck.
Speaking of Cruz, he has named extremist congressman Steve King as co-chair of his national campaign.
This ought to be good: Donald Trump wannabe Wayne Allyn Root has been tapped to deliver the "The Tea Party Response to the President's State of the Union Address."
Finally, Erik Rush seems to be growing more unhinged by the day: "With regard to those unarmed Americans who will be maimed or killed the next time Islamists execute a terrorist attack employing firearms, in Obama’s putrefactive, twisted mind, the victims will deserve it for partaking in the fruits of America’s serial pillaging of undeveloped nations and oppression of the little brown people of the world."
Don Feder knows what to expect at this year's Democratic National Convention: "An imam will give the opening prayer at this year’s nominating convention. Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi will place Hillary’s name in nomination and Donald Trump will be beheaded in effigy in the closing ceremony."
Alan Keyes will be headlining a fundraiser for Gordon Klingenschmitt's campaign for a state senate seat in Colorado.
Bryan Fischer says of President Obama that "wherever a human soul is supposed to be, there is just something dark and empty and soulless there at the center of his being."
Bill Donohue says that Hillary Clinton has been "endorsed by anti-Catholic bigots who advocate infanticide."
Finally, David Lane explains the true purpose of public education: "Once we return to God, He will then attend to the honor of His name. Public education and universities will again focus on the principal component of education: incorporating the character of the Father into our children, thus creating an exceptional and virtuous people. Test scores in education will soar for, 'The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge.'"