Cindy Jacobs offers some prophetic insights:"Women will determine the next election, and Asians will be the swing vote. The states will polarize on an even greater level, and some will threaten to break with the union if their state constitutions are violated."
Jan Markell has "no idea what has caused [Jimmy] Carter to become anti-Semitic."
Randall Terry has started a GoFundMe campaign seeking to raise $200,000, claiming to have received death threats from radical Muslims.
Franklin Graham defends Tony Perkins: "I know Tony. He’s a great American and a strong Christian. Just because Christians take a stand aligned with what the Word of God says is true, that doesn’t mean we are anti-gay. It means that we love people enough to warn them."
The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission will host an event in July "in response to the U.S. Supreme Court’s upcoming ruling on same-sex marriage ... Event speakers will seek to equip Christians and churches to be faithful in engaging the culture with the gospel in a post-marriage society."
The Supreme Court has rejected Liberty Counsel's appeal in its ongoing effort to strike down laws in California and New Jersey banning the use of ex-gay conversion therapy on minors.
Some keen insights from Robert Oscar Lopez: "Like the Puritans, The Gays have founded a city on a hill, which must shine for all the world to see. Only 'city on a hill' sounds so lame. For The Gays, it is a disco on a hill."
This is a not-at-all inflammatory headline for Laurie Roth's latest BarbWire column: "Will the Supreme Court Rape the Nation…Again?"
Tom Pauken is angry that some GOP presidential hopefuls would be willing to attend a gay wedding.
Finally, a dire warning from Rodney Howard-Browne: "Without divine intervention, what we call America will be gone within the next couple of years. It's that critical. The handwriting is on the wall. Only God can save us now. This is not a game. If we don't see a turn in the next two or three years, America as we know it will sink into the abyss and will be gone forever."
Cindy Jacobs' friend had a "warning dream" and she can be trusted because she has a "track record of seeing events happen in dreams prior. I dreamt accurate warnings of the Boston marathon bombings, the Sandy Hook school shootings, the Nairobi Kenya mall shootings."
Hans Von Spakovsky is outraged that the Federal Election Commission is promoting “goofy gender ideology” by holding a forum on women in politics.
Finally, Gov. Nikki Haley invites everyone to participate in the upcoming "The Response" prayer rally being held in South Carolina in June.
Mike Huckabee does not speak Spanish, but he does "speak Jesus."
James Robison declares that "we are clearly witnessing the judgment and wrath of God revealed against all ungodliness as we see people given over to ravenous and demonic appetites and practices."
Matt Barber has some advice for Marco Rubio. We also have some advice for Rubio: Don't listen to Matt Barber.
Ted Cruz says that "evangelicals, Christians, people of faith are going to play the decisive role in the Pepublican primary. And I think we’re going to play the decisive role in the general election in 2016."
Todd Starnes has a simple rule: "If it loots like a thug — it’s a thug."
Finally, Religious Right activists are outraged that Bob Schieffer of CBS dared to note that the Family Research Council's Tony Perkins is the head of an anti-gay hate group.
Cliff Kincaid does not believe that Bruce Jenner is a conservative Republican: "By that same standard, I am a transgendered [sic] communist."
If gay marriage becomes legal, Jerry Newcombe says America will no longer be "the land of the free."
Apparently, President Obama is to blame for the fact that some college students desecrated an American flag and assaulted a veteran.
Larry Tomczak warns that "disregarding divinely established standards have brought epidemic STDs on America. Millions believe we shouldn’t redefine marriage, opening the floodgates for polygamy, polyamory and pederasty."
Alex Newman says that "American children are being dumbed down and indoctrinated with outrageous values – everything from the notion that America and liberty are evil to the idea that there is no right and wrong, no objective morality, no God, and no value to human life. It is precisely these values that we are seeing on display in Baltimore and other in cities across America."
Peter LaBarbera turns against Ben Carson after he endorsed Sen. Rob Portman, since Porter supports marriage equality.
The filmmakers behind the new Christian movie "Little Boy" suspect that something nefarious is going on since pretty much every critic hated it.
Glenn Beck has some more deep thoughts about the sorry state of America.
Rafael Cruz is Ted Cruz's biggest champion and primary surrogate on the campaign trail.
Finally, Michael Brown is believes that "ultimately, the gay revolution will fail. I believe that ultimately, there will be a turning of the tide because we are plunging into a time of sexual anarchy. We are plunging into a time when even gender distinctions are becoming meaningless. Society can’t be sustained like this. We may crash and burn first on some level, but I do believe that a change will come."
Laurie Roth warns that Christianity will be criminalized if the Supreme Court legalizes gay marriage.
Steve McConkey of 4 Winds Christian Athletics worries that "Bruce Jenner's interview with Diane Sawyer on 20/20 will be glorified by the LGBTQ movement."
BarbWire's Gina Miller declares that "Our nation has become a lunatic."
Richard Land says that American Christians are the real victims of discrimination: "It's ugly; it's thuggish; it's brutish. It's the totalitarian left in all of its ugly face."
Finally, Phil Burress and the Citizens for Community Values Action PAC have turned against Ben Carson because Carson endorsed Rob Portman, whom CCV is working to defeat in the GOP primary: "[I]f you come out and endorse a candidate who believes in same-sex marriage, then that pretty much puts you into the same camp."
David Lane held yet another event designed to mobilize conservative pastors and convince them to push their congregations to vote for Republicans.
"This is how religious liberty dies," warns Albert Mohler.
Glenn Beck today came out in favor of the legalization of marijuana, though it was pretty obvious that his position was not particularly well thought out or even very firm.
Creflo Dollar defends his effort to get his congregation to buy him a private plane: "If I want to believe God for a $65 million plane, you cannot stop me."
Finally, the Tea Party members who make up Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick's "Grassroots Advisory Board" are blasting Gov. Greg Abbott's Pre-K initiative because it "removes our young people from homes and half-day religious preschools and mothers' day out programs to a Godless environment."
Frank Pavone of Priests for Life says: “Abortionists don’t need a reason to perform abortions – not even a pregnancy.”
Mat Staver warns that gay rights advocates are bringing about “the destruction of our nation’s religious and cultural underpinnings.”
After attempting to ban the Log Cabin Republicans from appearing at the Western Conservative Summit, the conference chairman says he is upset with the gay group’s “shaming and bullying pressure tactics.”
The Washington Post profiles Ryan Anderson, the fresh new face of the right-wing fight against marriage equality.
This "mixed-orientation" couple is not happy about being included in an amicus brief opposing gay marriage that has been filed with the Supreme Court since they don't actually oppose marriage equality.
Tim Wildmon says the AFA is prepared to "aid churches and individual Christians as we struggle to navigate through the muck and mire that will follow a ruling in favor of same sex marriage."
The Log Cabin Republicans have been banned from participating in the upcoming Western Conservative Summit.
Finally, Barbwire's Gina Miller is out with yet another reasonable column: "This is tyranny, and it has not come to the United States from an invading nation with tanks and rockets. It has come wrapped in a hijacked-rainbow flag, under the banner of 'diversity' and 'nondiscrimination.'"
After being re-elected to the NRA board, Grover Norquist has voluntarily stepped aside until the organization completes its Glenn Beck-backed inquisition into his supposed ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.
Bryan Fischer tells GOP presidential hopefuls that "there is no possible way for them to out-pander a hardcore liberal like Hillary on homosexuality."
Phyllis Schlafly knows what is really to blame for the shooting of Walter Scott: "It was caused by the obnoxious anti-father rulings of the family courts."
Paul Kengor asserts that "Marx and Engels and friends would be absolutely thrilled that gay marriage is offering a sledgehammer not only to remold the family but to bludgeon religious believers."
Michael Brown says that "we are seeing the most sustained anti-God, anti-Bible, anti-Christian attack in our history, and its common root is the attempt to demonize believers and remove the influence of God and His Word from society."
Finally, Brian Camenker and Amy Contrada warn that "liberals and LGBT activists are vicious, bullying, lying, hypocritical, angry, and fanatically dedicated. Such a large-scale denial of reality requires it. They have no interest in fairness – only force."
Mat Staver defends a Methodist church's decision to fire to lesbian day care workers because "this is the inevitable conflict that will continue to escalate when you elevate same sex rights to a protected status."
Rand Paul, Carly Fiorina, Lindsay Graham, Joni Ernst, and Reince Priebus will all be participating in the Susan B. Anthony List's Campaign for Life Gala and Summit next week.
Anne Graham Lotz gets in on the "blood moons" fun.
A conservative alternative to the New York Times' bestseller list has been launched because apparently one was needed.
Russell Moore prays for a "sexual counter-revolution."
Finally, Deacon Keith Fournier declares that "the assault on marriage is diabolical": "Our cultural battles over marriage and the family are presenting symptoms of something deeper and more sinister. The struggle we face is, at root, a spiritual one. We fight for the souls of men and women in this hour and the loving plan of God for the whole human race. We face fierce opposition from the devil. Yes, I said it, the devil."
An Accuracy in Media survey shockingly finds that AIM supporters trust Fox News significantly more than all other media outlets.
Pat Buchanan boldly declares that "as the Romans demanded of the Christians, the LGBT fanatics want us to burn incense to their gods. The answer is no. If it comes to civil disobedience, so be it."
Finally, Glenn Beck sadly wonders if he has wasted his life: "Do you ever feel like maybe it is time to pack it up and go and do? I am one American that is tired of those who just talk. Unfortunately, I talk more than most combined ... I am sorry for venting. I am changing and because of that wonder if I am not wasting my limited time."
"Should the court require the states and the people to ‘ritualize’ sodomite behavior by government issuance of a state marriage license, it could bring God’s judgment on the nation," says an amicus brief submitted to the Supreme Court "by the William J. Olson law firm and the U.S. Justice Foundation on behalf of Public Advocate of the U.S., Joyce Meyer Ministries, the Lincoln Institute, the Abraham Lincoln Foundation, Institute on the Constitution, Conservative Legal Defense and Education Fund and pastor Chuck Baldwin."
Tom Tancredo cites Savannah Guthrie's interview with Rand Paul: “Well, I hate to sound like the reporterette that was giving him a hard time on television yesterday morning, but he is going to have to explain a lot of things.”
Ken Blackwell says that those fighting against gay marriage are modern-day civil rights activists and conscientious objectors: "We will stand up against the pink panzers of political correctness."
Janet Jenkins' lawsuit against those she alleges were involved in helping her former partner Lisa Miller kidnap their daughter and flee the country has been delayed.
Tomorrow, the American Family Association, One Million Moms, the Media Research Center, and the Family Research Council will launch a campaign to get ABC to cancel its sitcom based on the life of Dan Savage.
Finally, Don Boys has some thoughts: "Sodomy is evil, wrong, wicked, sinful, corrupt, perverse, bad, immoral, depraved, decadent, dissolute, debauched, and disgusting. And whether I’m writing in love or hate doesn’t change the facts."
Watching Glenn Beck rant about the supposed lack of ethics and standards in the media is pretty hilarious considering that he is currently being sued for defamation and slander after repeatedly falsely accusing someone of being a terrorist on his radio and television programs.
MRC's Dan Gainor fumes that "the American media are grabbing a rainbow flag and leading the charge."
Last week, a Boy Scouts chapter hired a gay Eagle Scout to serve as a camp leader and Matt Barber warns that "this will place boys at a risk rate of 10 times the previous rate for being sexually assaulted on these camping trips."
BarbWire's John Biver declares that "'sexual orientation' is a fiction ... There are males, females, and those with a birth defect. You ignore that at your peril."
Finally, this column by Mychal Massie warning of a conspiracy by Karl Rove and Reice Priebus to smear Ted Cruz's wife by linking her to the Council on Foreign Relations is a perfect example of the utter lunacy of the far right.