Mike Huckabee is the presidential candidate who will "bring the most freedom, jobs, and national security from God blessing the USA" according to the American Christian Voting Guide.
James Robison worries that we can no longer ask for God to bless America because "our modern society often promotes practices, lifestyles and ideas that run counter to the biblical principles of God."
Former "Love Connection" host Chuck Woolery seems like a smart guy.
Warning! "The global elite have never been closer to their goal of a united world."
Finally, there is nothing that gives Religious Right more hope than the persistent belief that there are millions of "missing" evangelical voters out there who simply need to be properly mobilized to save America.
Jeb Bush's level of cluelessness is genuinely staggering sometimes: "How pathetic for @realdonaldtrump to criticize the president for 9/11. We were attacked & my brother kept us safe."
It should come as no surprise to discover that Theodore Shoebat has real issues with women.
Four experts on Ronald Reagan say that Bill O'Reilly's latest book on Reagan is chock full of misinformation and errors.
Some characteristically reasonable insights from Bryan Fischer: "If you have ever wondered whether President Obama has an abiding hostility to people of Christian faith, wonder no more. He believes we are a threat to national security. If you are a sincerely devoted follower of Jesus Christ, your president believes you are a potential domestic terrorist."
Finally, Bert Farias blasts pastors and church leaders for not speaking out more forcefully against gay Christians: "Our sympathetic views toward this celebrated group in our culture is a form of cowardice and low esteem for the standards laid out in Scripture."
Erik Rush warns that "orchestrated rioting among blacks nationwide may ultimately be the pretext for Barack Hussein Obama implementing martial law in the United States."
Russell Moore says that pastors who do not preach against legal abortion are no different than pastors who refused to condemn slavery or lynching.
Cindy Jacobs asserts that school shootings are a direct result of removing prayer from public schools because "prayer held the evil one at bay, prohibiting him from creating havoc in our schools and culture."
FRC prays for the passage of the First Amendment Defense Act and against the passage of the Equality Act.
Finally, Wayne Allyn Root is convinced that this week's Democratic debate was a sham: "I could tell Hillary's answers were all scripted. She clearly was given questions in advance. This is GIGANTIC scandal."
"Gordon is paranoid and delusional": Gordon Klingenschmitt's campaign for a seat in Colorado's state Senate seems to be getting off to a great start.
Obviously, it is not guns that are to blame for this nation's string of mass shootings but rather the "sex and violence [that] is tied to zombies, witches, vampires, and horror movies."
David Barton and George Barna will be leading another American Pastors Network conference in December aimed at getting Christians to vote in order to "raise an individual in the White House to lead this nation from a purely biblical perspective."
Jennifer LeClaire laments that the Dutch Reformed Church has voted to recognize gay marriage: "I expect more denominations to fall by the wayside, or break off from their mainline denominations as they embrace doctrines of demons that encourage them to start their own sects of postmodern Christianity that is really not Christianity at all."
Finally, Glenn Beck has Bernie Sanders all figured it. It is about morality ... or something. We have no idea what he was talking about.
Jennifer LeClaire helpfully lays out "5 Clear Signs Witchcraft Is Attacking You Right Now."
Rafael Cruz absurdly claims that David Barton taking over one of Ted Cruz's Super PACs is a tremendous advantage because it'll help Cruz appeal to "a bloc of the population that has been basically absent from the political process in very high numbers."
David Lane says that "it's important that we find a spiritual man for the Speaker of the House."
Yet another column from the Benham brothers saying that the gay rights movement is Satanic.
Phyllis Schlafly argues against allowing women to serve in combat: "There’s a reason why no woman has ever won our nation’s highest award for valor."
Finally, Californians for Population Stabilization will air a television commercial calling for an end to birthright citizenship during tonight's Democratic primary debate.
Yesterday, Glenn Beck said that it was "beneath me to respond" to Donald Trump mocking him on Twitter so, of course, he spent ten minutes responding to it on his radio program today.
Phyllis Schlafly received the "William F. Buckley Jr. Award for Media Excellence" at the 2015 Media Research Center Gala last night.
Bethany Blankley names the 46 senators who "should be tried for treason."
Jonathan Cahn continues to promote his failed Shemitah theory while also laughably hedging his bets: "In a good amount of the last seven Shemitahs, the market collapse continues past the Shemitah's end date, the Hebrew Elul 29, and into the subsequent autumn. In some others, it doesn't."
Finally, Franklin Graham is upset about the removal of a Ten Commandments monument from outside the Oklahoma capitol: "We have been appalled at news reports of ISIS and the Islamic State tearing down all symbols of Christianity in the Middle East; but think about it—we’re doing it to ourselves here in the U.S. Atheists, activists, and anti-God groups like the ACLU, the Freedom From Religion Foundation, and the Military Freedom of Religion Foundation are on a quest to erase or tear down anything associated with the Name of Jesus Christ."
Rupert Murdoch claims that he meant "no offence" by suggesting that President Obama was not "a real black president."
Rand Paul has scored the crucial Alex Jones endorsement.
FRC prays that the media will supposedly stop lying about the meeting that Kim Davis had with Pope Francis: "Pray that God will sort out the lies, expose the liars and prevent the distortion from distorting the thinking of the America people. The people must understand that religious liberty must be sacrosanct in our nation if liberty is to survive!"
Apparently, criticism of Jonathan Cahn is "the true sign of a prophet who speaks truth" and not the result of him being constantlywrong.
Finally, Bryan Fischer channels David Barton in making the claim that Jesus opposed the minimum wage: "Minimum wage laws price some low-skilled employees out of the job market altogether, raise the cost of goods and services for everybody, including the poor, and reduce the overall number of jobs. Who gets hurt? The little guy looking to place his foot on the bottom rung of the ladder of financial self-sufficiency. Maybe that is why there are no minimum wage laws in the parables of Jesus."
Larry Tomczak is now literally praying for God's judgement to fall upon this nation because "apart from divine intervention in holy judgment, America will simply slide deeper down the spiral of sin and destruction."
Linda Harvey offers up her "top ten pro-family policy wish list for the new president," every single step of which promotes her anti-gay agenda.
Second Amendment zealot Jan Morgan tells Bryan Fischer that the solution to mass shootings in America is simply to declare that gun-free zones are unconstitutional.
Rob Schenck, a long-time Religious Right anti-abortion activist, has now turned his attention to fighting for gun control.
Finally, BarbWire's Tristan Emmanuel is not a fan of President Obama: "You are the leading jihadist of our day. By definition you are a traitor because you have harboured, aided and supported 'non-terrorist' organizations that seek to destroy America."
Ben Carson is calling upon the IRS to "punish" the Council on American-Islamic Relations for supposedly violating its tax-exempt status by criticizing him. If a Democratic candidate did something like this to a Religious Right group, we'd never hear the end of them screaming about "anti-Christian persecution."
Franklin Graham stands by his call to ban Muslim immigrants: "By letting Muslims come into this country at this time [there's] the potential for some of these people to turn on this nation for our kindness and our gratitude and commit murder. And it’s not just the murder of just one or two, but it could be a large event that could take the lives of many people."
Jonathan Cahn says that Hurricane Joaquin is a warning from God as "a precursor to the United Nations recognizing Palestine."
Speaking of Cahn, even though his Shemita prophecy was a total bust, Michael Snyder insists that Cahn was right and "it is just the beginning."
Jonathan Saenz cannot believe that Lance Berkman is being criticized simply for "exercising his First Amendment rights about an issue." Does the First Amendment not also give people the right to criticize those with whom they disagree?
More trouble for Ron Luce and his struggling Teen Mania ministry.
American Vision has announced that Dr. Joel McDurmon has been tapped to take over for Dr. Gary DeMar as president of the organization.
Pray tell, what constitutionally guaranteed rights have been denied homosexuals in recent memory? Their perceived “right to marry” is a wholly subjective interpretation of law, and ensuring homosexuals anything under the Equal Protection Clause of the 14th Amendment is a lube-slathered slope toward their legitimately demanding whatever their perverted little hearts desire in the future. Practical labs in fisting for kindergartners, anyone?
JG Smoothy explains that America must be governed by "Christian themed laws" because they are "the best options for Johnny America, even if a person identifies as an Atheist ... [B]elieve what you want about the Bible, but these biblical laws are just plain healthy for any nation."
There are more sordid developments in the never-ending Josh Duggar saga.
Right-wing teenage zealot and Bryan Fischer acolyte Caiden Cowger has become "the youngest nationally syndicated radio host in the history of talk radio."
Laurie Higgins goes to war against gender-neutral pronouns: "We have to resist it – and we have to resist it even when it's costly. To be a follower of Christ is necessarily costly. We have lived in America for all these decades and never really had to pay anything for being followers of Christ. Those days are over."
Finally, John Piper explains that "sex belongs to Christians" and is for Christians only: "The heavens are telling the glory of God. We are to see it. And worship him. So it is with the breasts of our wives. The breasts are telling the glory of God, the goodness of God, the beauty of God and more. We are to see it. And worship Him."
Bobby Jindal wants to make sure everyone knows that Willie Robertson of “Duck Dynasty” did not switch his endorsement to Donald Trump.
Bill Muehlenberg of BarbWire says God sanctioned the death penalty so if opponents think it’s wrong then “they really need to deal with God about it”: “It is time we let God be God in these areas, and not insist that we can somehow do a better job of governing the universe than he does.”
Barbara Simpson also has concerns: "Is the pope socialist? A communist? I don’t know, but I hope we find out before the Church is destroyed from within."
Finally, Julio Severo is not happy with the nomination of Eric Fanning to serve as Secretary of the Army: "I am sure that in Obama’s and Fanning’s case, the Father of America would approve sentence on them and he would treat, with abhorrence and detestation, their sodomy and sodomy advocacy as an infamous crime. In the least, Obama would be expelled from the U.S. presidency and Fanning would be expelled from Army, both with dishonor, never to return. Both have committed treason against the Father of America."
FRC is not exactly welcoming Pope Francis with open arms: "May American Christians give the Pope a hearty welcome! When hearing his views on 'Climate Change,' economic policy, and proposed Palestinian State, may they be like the Bereans who respectfully and eagerly listened to the Apostle Paul but examined the Scriptures daily to see if what he taught was true."
Donald Trump is now boycotting Fox News because the network "has been treating me very unfairly."
A good question: "Where Are the Cross-Inspired Doritos?"
Bill Muehlenberg says that "given that the sin homosexuality is singled out by Paul in this section of Scripture as the predominant example of why sinful man deserves the wrath of God, it seems we can say with full assurance that the West is long overdue for God’s righteous judgment."
Finally, the Media Research Center has released an informative new report: "Right Wing Watch Proves Norman Lear is No 'Conservative'."
Ben Carson says that America should not elect a president who will not "swear to place our Constitution above their religion." He was talking about Muslims, but that would obviously also eliminate the likes of Ted Cruz, Rick Santorum, and Mike Huckabee, as well as the entire Religious Right movement.
Unsurprisingly, Carson's Muslim-bashing has been very good for his presidential campaign coffers.
Sher Zieve warns that "no nation has ever survived the treason which is now an every day occurrence in what was once our White House."
Phyllis Schlafly says that "Carly Fiorina was the only candidate on stage who firmly declined the moderator's invitation to recommend a woman for the $10 or $20 bill, replacing Hamilton or Jackson, two great men without whom America as we know it would not exist. The 10 male candidates should have had the fortitude to resist that bad feminist idea."