Donald Trump says that his favorite Bible verse is "an eye for an eye," which tells you all you need to know about what sort of Christian he is.
Anne Graham Lotz says that "now is the time to get serious about repentance and prayer" because America is under God's judgment.
"Coach" Dave Daubenmire admits that "I am a hater. And a proud one, I might add. I hate what homosexuality does to people. I hate the destructive nature of that debaucherous behavior and the impact it has on the individual. I hate the pain that it causes to innocent parents and siblings. I hate that it is taught to our children as normal behavior."
Erik Rush declares that "the 'struggle for LGBT rights' in America is and has always been nothing more than a pretext for the complete disenfranchisement of Christians."
Finally, FRC again prays that anti-LGBT laws will be passed in every state: "May Christians arise in every state to demand that their leaders uphold the religious liberty guaranteed in the U.S. Constitution. May every state adopt Religious Freedom Restoration Acts (RFRAs) and Government Non-Discrimination Acts (GNDA) to protect Bible-believing Christians and all Americans. May our governments cease and desist from dispensing special rights to individuals because of their sexual proclivities and practices. May God intervene to stop the insanity and preserve the innocence of our children and grandchildren."
Joseph Farah declares that "never before in American history has a president posed the biggest threat to the country’s best interests. He’s America’s No. 1 enemy. He’s freedom’s No. 1 enemy. He’s justice’s No. 1 enemy."
Matt Barber says that anyone who objects to renaming the law school at George Mason University after Antonin Scalia is "closed-minded and intolerant."
Linda Harvey fumes that "homofascists" are "the biggest bullies in today’s culture."
Phil Burress says that John Kasich "has no common sense whatsoever" and has "lost all sense of reality" for saying that he would not have signed North Carolina's anti-LGBT law.
Finally, Michael Ware warns that gay rights activists are pushing America toward another Civil War.
Mat Staver is outraged that "President Obama avoided the funerals of Justice Antonin Scalia and former First Lady Nancy Reagan. Yet, he has made time in his schedule to participate in a grand opening of a $100 million mosque and compound built by the Turkish government ... This is a blatant bow to Muslim pressure and to foreign powers." Obama did not attend the grand opening of this mosque, but rather spoke at a mosque a month before in Baltimore.
AFA's One Million Moms continues its crusade against the ABC sitcom "The Real O'Neals."
Finally, John Burton says that the president must be the nation's "pastor in chief": "The reality is that we are absolutely electing someone to lead our nation who must be first and foremost a servant of God ... If we don't have a God-fearing person in office, one who exhibits the traits of a true pastor, the alternative should terrify us."
Take that, PayPal! "The American Family Association is announcing that it is immediately suspending its use of PayPal payment services in an effort to expose the company for threatening states and trying to force them to go against the will of the people."
Speaking of the AFA, its digital media editor Ray Rooney, Jr. warns that "we’re surrounded by venomous LGBT activists, antagonistic atheists, vitriolic academics, Christian bashers, God haters, Muslim sympathizers, BlackLivesMatter hate groups, and government officials who are hell bent on stripping away every last vestige of Christian heritage and religious freedom from us."
FRC calls Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts a "villain in a judicial system that has by and large politicized itself."
Rep. Peter King says that "any New Yorker who even thinks of voting for Ted Cruz should have their head examined."
Finally, Bert Farias declares that gay-friendly Christians and churches "are tools of Satan."
The American Family Association's Tim Wildmon says Mississippi's new anti-LGBT law was necessary because gay activists are "ruthless and can make your life a living hell if they zero in on you ... They are loud, obnoxious, rude, profane, demanding and intolerant of any opposing viewpoint. It’s all gay, all the time, or they will come after you, your family, and your job."
FRC prays that every state will pass similar anti-LGBT laws: "May pastors teach their flocks about the realities of the war being waged upon them. May they enlist Christian citizens to do their part to protect their children and grandchildren from becoming victims of SOGI laws. May every state legislature and Congress pass effective laws, replacing ineffective laws with ones that truly protect the religious liberty for all Americans. May pastors organize Culture Impact Teams to help their people defend their communities!"
Thanks to the Religious Right's relentless echo chamber, the Washington Times reports that "sixty-three percent of respondents in the LifeWay Research survey said they agree or strongly agree that Christians are facing growing levels of persecution, up from 50 percent in 2013."
Jan Markell says that Sen. Al Franken is "one of these Jews who hates his own identity."
Finally, because Glenn Beck has no sense of self-awareness, he actually spent an entire segment on radio today mocking Alex Jones for spewing wild and unfounded conspiracy theories.
Donald Trump reacted with typical restraint and class following last night's loss in the Wisconsin Republican primary.
Family Watch International's Sharon Slater does not approve of sex-ed: "It's destructive. It's pornographic. It's designed to change all the sexual and gender norms of society by sexualizing children everywhere. It's probably one of the most insidious attacks on the health and innocence of children ever imagined."
Linda Harvey is not a fan of the Day of Silence: "Satan is laughing as he messes with the minds and bodies of our dear children. This event is a blatant exercise in mental, emotional, physical and spiritual molestation as our children become apologists for sodomy and gender confusion."
Rep. Dave Brat will be joining anti-gay activist E.W. Jackson for a "Pastors & Leaders Briefing Luncheon" tomorrow.
Finally, Gary Cass has released part two in his series on "Why Donald Trump Is Not A Christian":
David Lane says that Christians must not allow "secularists" to win the next election: "We must not wait around for them to place an additional three to four secularists on the U.S. Supreme Court; handing them a Hillary Clinton victory in November is political and cultural suicide."
Dennis Prager says that "the most profound thinkers in America are conservative."
Sandy Rios asserts that any Republican can beat Hillary Clinton in the general election because "she cannot even win among her own voters" in the Democratic primaries. Um, Ted Cruz and Donald Trump don't seem to be able to win among their own voters in the Republican primaries either.
Day Gardner says that if we don't elect Donald Trump "we will continue to spiral down into an abyss from which we will never recover."
Finally, Scott Lively has produced a helpful video explaining why homosexuality is so much worse than other sins:
The Massachusetts-based anti-gay hate group MassResistance is seeking donations to create local chapters in other states.
The Media Research Center was unimpressed with last night's episode of The Simpsons in which Waylon Smithers revealed that he is gay.
Don Boys explains that women who pose nude are "sluts": "They may be prosperous sluts, or poor sluts, or pretty sluts, or plain sluts, but sluts just the same ... Celebrities who whine about leaked nude photos are hypocrites as well as sluts. They never should have posed nude for the camera."
Lee Duigon fumes that "Hillary Clinton, representing millions of American voters, recently spoke before a gathering of assorted sodomites, pledging to fight for 'transgender rights,' God help us, and poncing around in a leather outfit of a kind reminiscent of the bondage and discipline scene."
A helpful message from Mat Staver: "Sorry, men -- You can't go into and expose yourselves in the women's restrooms."
Finally, Theodore Shoebat recounts the time that he saw some topless "bear chested" women on a beach and was so disgusted that he called them a bunch of prostitutes.
Jake MacAulay invites people from San Francisco to "visit North Carolina and experience some true liberty."
Mark Paoletta, who worked for President George H.W. Bush, is not happy about the forthcoming HBO movie about the Clarence Thomas confirmation hearings: "It's a hit job, hit job, hit job. In my view, it's the second high-tech lynching of Justice Thomas."
Alex McFarland is outraged that President Obama invited a lesbian pastor to read scripture at the White House's Easter Prayer Breakfast: "Inviting a pro-gay activist to speak at a White House prayer breakfast is just one more in a long line of very public examples whereby the president has made it very clear that he not only wants to reshape America, but really [wants to] try to redefine Christianity."
Finally, Theodore Shoebat says that Ted Cruz is "an evil heretic and psychopath": "The Evangelical movement in America has helped produce terrorists who are just as violent as Muslim terrorists."
Glenn Beck says that Donald Trump refuses to come on his radio program because he knows that his presidential campaign could not survive an interview with him. Also, Trump hates him because he refused to appear on "The Celebrity Apprentice."
The George Mason School of Law is actually being renamed The Antonin Scalia School of Law at George Mason University.
FRC prays that pastors will tell their congregations how to vote: "May pastors preach, teach and effectively disciple God’s people to study His Word and apply it to every area of life, including the realm of influencing public policy and government. May we obey Him in all things, especially in how we choose candidates for public office in 2016!"
Finally, a new survey conducted by George Barna on behalf of the American Bible Society reportedly found that "53 percent of those surveyed believe politicians would be more effective if they read the Bible on a regular basis." Interestingly, according to Barna's own research, a mere "fifteen percent of adults say they read the Bible daily."
Kevin Swanson's book store doesn't sell things like sell Harry Potter, The Hunger Games, or The Twilight Saga "because we don't want our kids turning into sorcerers, feminists, or vampires."
Phyllis Schlafly says that "murder, rape and mayhem by motor vehicle are not the only consequences of immigration from south of the border. We're also fighting diseases brought in by immigrants, including the frightening new Zika virus as well as old diseases such as tuberculosis, which we thought we had eradicated."
Eugene Delguadio says that opposition to discriminatory laws in states like North Carolina and Georgia is "economic terrorism."
Janet Porter says that the veto of such legislation by Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal amounts to the criminalization of Christianity.
Finally, Don Boys delares that Deal is now a "pathetic puppet of the perverts."
Theodore Shoebat says that gays "are no different than terrorists and should be treated as such. It makes no difference whether or not you are nice to them or confrontational with them, if you disagree with their delusional perversions, they want to kill you. There should be no peaceful talk with such a wicked group of deviants."
Shari Goodman proclaims that "the crucifixion of Donald Trump is a desperate attempt by the left to halt the threat posed by Trump to reverse Obama’s socialist/communist agenda."
Michael Brown calls on Christian players in the NFL "to threaten a boycott if the NFL continues to be an aggressive tool of gay activism and an aggressive opponent of religious liberty."
David Lane blasts Russell Moore for saying that Christians should vote for a third-party candidate if Donald Trump wins the GOP nomination because "this would guarantee a President Hillary Clinton Inauguration on January 20, 2017. We must not downplay the dangerous effects of living under a radicalized, secular United States Supreme Court."
Finally, Dan Delzell says that Glenn Beck is in no positon to be telling Christians how to vote: "Glenn Beck needs to address a much bigger issue than which political candidate a 'real Christian' should support. The larger issue for Beck is simply: 'Can a real Christian endorse the gods of Mormonism?'"
If Glenn Beck really cannot believe that Ann Coulter "would intentionally dump poison in the country's bloodstream," then he is laughably naive.
Alveda King says that "just as terrorists breach the sanctuaries of homes around the world, so too does U. S. government establishment seek to breach the sanctuary of the womb by forcing its HHS mandate on Americans despite objections from many of us with deeply held religious beliefs."
Michael Brown declares that "Christians Must Unite Now Against Gay Bullies and Their Allies."
The Media Research Center is actually complaining that the media spends more time covering "March Madness" than the topic of the national debt.
Finally, the AFA's executive vice president Ed Vitagliano says that "the homosexual movement has had such great success because Americans have become idolatrous and arrogantly self-indulgent. Straight America has embraced homosexuality because straight Americans first embraced the sexual revolution for the satisfaction of their own perverse sexual appetites. Thus homosexuality often becomes the barometer of a culture rotting out from the inside."
Ted Cruz has accused "Donald Trump and his henchmen" of planting a false story in the National Enquirer alleging that Cruz has engaged in several extramarital affairs. Trump, of course, denies any involvement.
Speaking of Trump, Ben Carson is actually trying to take credit for supposedly convincing him to act more presidential.
Timothy Buchanan says that Trump is the only one who can "break the back of an old political warhorse like El Diablo, Hillary Clinton."
Glenn Beck continues to insist that "no real Christian" would ever support Trump.
Finally, David Barton invites you to join him for his next "Pastors' Briefing," where you can hear various members of Congress discuss the importance of waging spiritual warfare:
Bethany Blankley advises Donald Trump to pick Mike Huckabee as his running mate: "Huckabee might be a sure bet to help elect a Cyrus or a Paul, rather than a worse successor of America's current nemesis, Ahab: an evil queen Jezebel."
Bryan Fischer says that "Donald Trump is a mean-spirited, vindictive man virtually devoid of character. He is worthy of no respect."
"Coach" Dave Daubenmire mocks "the pussy-cat pastors" who are afraid that they'll wind up in jail for preaching against homosexuality: "I think America might be a different country if some of the prissy pastors got their powdered posteriors thrown behind bars ... I think locking up some pastors would be a good thing. Maybe it would wake folks up to how dire a situation we currently find ourselves in. Don’t protect the pastors, persecute them. Persecution is good for the soul."
Robert Jeffress blasts Glenn Beck for saying that evangelical Christians who are voting for Trump "are not listening to their God."
Finally, Ted Cruz called Trump a "sniveling coward" but then bravely refused to answer when asked if he's still standing by his pledge to support him should Trump win the GOP nomination.
Walid Shoebat says that "Brussels Is A City Led By A Bunch Of Really Dumb People Who Insulted Donald Trump And Deserved What They Got."
Franklin Graham calls on Christians to "stand up against this NFL blitz" after the league said Atlanta would not be allowed to host the Super Bowl if Georgia enacts a discriminatory law.
Linda Harvey fumes that "Obama strokes a cherished pink poodle named 'Sodomy and Gender Anarchy.'"
Michael Snyder has some questions about the terrorist attacks in Brussels: "There are some people out there who are suggesting that it was no accident that these attacks happened on 3/22. And without a doubt, we have seen other events of this nature fall on dates that have special significance for the occult. I do not know exactly what to make of all of this, but we do know that 322 is extremely significant to the Skull and Bones Society at Yale University (of which George W. Bush and John Kerry are members)."
Finally, Laurie Higgins warns that gay activists are out to silence the church: “What they're really saying is You have to accept our set of subjective assumptions about the nature and morality of homosexuality or, yes, we will crush you."
There will be a free showing of Janet Porter's anti-gay film "Light Wins" at the Great Oaks Cinema in Wadsworth, Ohio, tomorrow night.
David Lane warns that "whatever public benefits secularism may promise, departing from God's fixed boundaries and moral order bring bitter consequences in the end."
Rick Joyner says that Christians are rallying to Donald Trump because "the ones [Jesus] chose were more like Trump than those we tend to esteem. Even the Apostle John, who is now known as the great messenger of love, was so reactionary that he wanted to call down fire from heaven to consume those who disagreed with them. On the night before Jesus was crucified, the disciples argued over who was the greatest. Sounds like Trump to me."
If you were thinking that former half-term governor Sarah Palin's career couldn't get any more ridiculous, you were wrong.
Finally, an important message from Walid Shoebat: "Ted Cruz And Glenn Beck Praise The Islamic Antichrist And Are Paving The Way For The World To Accept The Islamic One World Government."
Glenn Beck has written an open letter to Donald Trump in which he likens the GOP presidential hopeful to a domestic abuser.
Speaking of Beck, he is outraged that the Drudge Report would mock a 12-year-old boy for fasting for Ted Cruz. Of course, Drudge was actually mocking Beck for bringing the boy on stage and crying about it.
Linda Harvey says that the Day of Silence is "exploiting legitimate, anti-bullying sentiment to achieve [the] ultimate goal of eradicating conservative, moral, social, and political beliefs about homosexuality, or at least silencing them."
Finally, Janet Porter doesn't like gays marching in the St. Patrick's Day parade because "the signal that it sends is immoral."
Scott Lively warns that "we’re headed for a mini-Civil War in this election, raising the specter of Obama potentially using it as a pretext to suspend elections and stay in power under martial law."
Why were taxpayers covering the cost of Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller's trip to Oklahoma to get a "Jesus shot"?
Poor Todd Starnes: "So far today Trump supporters have called me a lying Democrat, compared me to Saul Alinsky, and accused me of not being a Christian."
Roger Schlafly says that Hillary Clinton "has based her whole campaign on identity politics, and appealing to those who hate straight white Christian men."
Finally, a warning from Lee Duigon: "We are getting awfully, terribly, unendurably sick and tired of all this, and we are truly, hotly, deeply mad at you. We want to live our lives in peace, just minding our own business, but you keep meddling, poking, taxing, and imposing your fundamental transformation of our country on us–and we have had just about enough of it."