Jerry Falwell Jr. has recorded a robo-call for Donald Trump in which he attacks Ted Cruz. Presumably, Cruz is now regretting having launched his presidential campaign at Falwell's Liberty University.
Speaking of Cruz, he rolled out his Religious Liberty Advisory Council, which is predictably filled with a bunch of anti-gay activists.
Theodore Shoebat is a big fan of security at Trump rallies roughing up reporters: "Glad to see these little manipulators being stood up against."
Richard Viguerie can't believe "we’re talking about electing a man (Trump) potentially who may have serious psychological problems. I think he’s a serious narcissist. That should be frightening to America to put a narcissistic person in charge of our nuclear arsenal."
Finally, David Lane is, as usual, alarmed and outraged: "The Supreme Court of the United States forces on America a never-ending, ever-expanding revolutionary movement that leads to moral anarchy. Empowered secularism demands the increasing criminalization of its greatest enemy: people who hold a Christian worldview."
Jennifer LeClaire is "disgusted that the government is using tithes and offerings to support witchcraft."
Peter LaBarbera has a list of "seven moral issue questions that should be asked in the GOP primary race."
Politico invites you to meet "the man behind Ted Cruz’s tricks."
Jan Markell says that Donald Trump cannot remain neutral in the Israel-Palestine conflict because too many Palestinians "are simply barbarians because of their Islamic faith."
Finally, Walid Shoebat declares that God will punish Israel because Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu supported LGBT Rights Day: "God will not leave them entirely unpunished for their sins. And neither will He be silent on the silence of enablers who do nothing for Jerusalem which is desecrated by filth."
Kim Davis has received the "Heroine of the Faith" award from the Bott Radio Network "for her faithful commitment to Christian values despite political and media opposition."
Rick McDaniel has a warning: "'Deadpool' is a wake-up call for the Church and followers of Christ. It may be just a movie but its popularity reveals much about our present culture. It is a sign of a sin-sick culture where evil is winning over good."
Landon Schott says that "slave owners and traders were the ones originally on the wrong side of history. If we give in to affirming homosexuality, we will again be on the wrong side."
In a surprising development, Glenn Beck thinks that a guy who totally agrees with Glenn Beck is a guy who "really gets it."
Finally, Jay Sekulow complains that Democrats "will try to make it look like the big bad Republicans are trying to stop President Obama's [Supreme Court] nominee." Um, maybe because that's exactly what Republicans are doing?
It should terrify everyone that both Alex Jones and Michael Savage are crowing about Donald Trump embracing their message.
FRC prays that the Senate will block anyone President Obama nominates to the Supreme Court: "May God give firmness and determination to Sen. Mitch McConnell and all 54 Republican U.S. Senators. May God have mercy upon our nation and give us a strong president who will put God back into public life, bring the optimism of faith back to America, reverse the lawless policies of the current regime, and appoint godly justices to replace Scalia and others during his tenure. May he give us justices who will reaffirm the Constitution. May God’s people be delivered of fear, anger and discouragement and grow strong in faith - faith to do exploits during this election year!"
E.W. Jackson says that a "Christian who votes for Hillary Clinton is committing a grave sin. If you are contemplating doing that, you should pray long and hard about the state of your own heart and the spiritual blindness which holds you captive."
Laurie Higgins says that by not allowing bakers to discriminate against gay couples, the state is actually forcing "Christian business-owners [to] make a product that they had never made before: anti-wedding cakes."
Finally, Andrew Bieszad of Shoebat.com has some thoughts about Antonin Scalia's death: "I wonder if those people really invited him because they wanted to 'convince' Justice Scalia to vote a certain way on some of the major upcoming Supreme Court issues, such as with abortion and Obamacare. I wonder if Justice Scalia said 'No,' and as such he just 'happened' to 'die in his sleep.'"
The California Republican Assembly has named Liberty Counsel's Mat Staver the recipient of its "Ronald Reagan Freedom Fighter Award."
Even after dropping out of the race for president, Mike Huckabee remains as bitter as ever.
Jerry Boykin has endorsed Janet Porter in her bid for a seat in the Ohio state senate.
Linda Harvey has penned an entirely fictional story about how the SPLC is out to label an innocent grandma as a hate group ... or something.
Finally, Walid Shoebat blasts his fellow anti-gay activists for refusing to "support the death penalty for pedophiles and homosexuals who rape young boys": "I see millions upon millions, crowds upon crowds, stadiums and arenas, yet not once did I see any of these major crowds marching to the White House crying for justice for the poor victims or calling for death for such reprobates as they do in the east."
In a shocking development, both Rafael Cruz and David Barton support Glenn Beck's call to fast for Ted Cruz.
Bob Vander Plaats says that Cruz was right to fire campaign spokesman Rick Tyler because "Ted Cruz has such a high bar of integrity in this campaign."
Phyllis Schflaly declares that "homosexual marriage cannot be the stabilizing force that it claims ... Marriage has been and always should be about creating a stable environment in which to raise children and instill them with values and character. Homosexual marriage will never provide this environment."
Bryan Fischer cannot believe that self-identified evangelicals in South Carolina "voted for a man who seems proud of the fact he’s never asked God for forgiveness even a single time."
Finally, speaking of Fischer, he onceagain suggested that Janet Jenkins sexually abused her daughter while discussing the Lisa Miller case on his radio program today.
Glenn Beck cannot believe that he is being mocked for merely asking the nation to "fast for Ted Cruz, our country and the Nevada caucus," especially since he's just like Abraham Lincoln, John Adams, James Madison and Ronald Reagan.
Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach calls the League of Women Voters “communist” for opposing his restrictive proof-of-citizenship voting law.
Alan Snyder says that no true Christian would ever support Donald Trump: "Those who claim to be the representatives of Jesus Christ in this woeful world need to match their words with their actions, and one of those actions is to vote according to the Biblical worldview they profess to believe in. To vote for a man like Donald Trump is to violate one’s confession of Christian faith."
Liberty Counsel's lawsuit against the Fairfax County School District's nondiscrimination policy which provided protection based on sexual orientiation and gender identity has been dismissed.
Finally, Jennifer LeClaire reveals that fellow Chrisitans are practicing witchcraft against her: "I believe people can release witchcraft word curses against you. I more than believe it, I know it because my inbox is full of them every week. People curse me, my family, my ministry and more with the wicked words of their mouth—most of the times these are Christians. A witchcraft word curse from a Christian, I believe, is more powerful than any curse from a witch because a believer's words carry an anointing."
Peter LaBarbera denounces Theodore Shoebat's statement that Jesus would kill gays after Shoebat called LaBarbera a "filthy pig" a few weeks ago.
E.W. Jackson has a plan to get evangelicals to vote by mobilizing pastors. Gee, that is original.
"Coach" Dave Daubenmire says that "America is being controlled by perverted thoughts being promoted by perverted people. Perverted sense has replaced common sense."
Just what America needs: "Today CRTV announced the launch of LevinTV, hosted by one of the nation’s most compelling, passionate and thoughtful Conservative voices, Mark Levin."
It's amusing to see FRC's Tony Perkins try to pretend there is something deeply honorable about blindly blocking anyone President Obama nominates to replace Antonin Scalia: "As I talk with GOP members of the Senate, I’m encouraged to hear that most are ready to stand against the political bullying of Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.). It won’t be easy, but there’s no greater way to honor Justice Scalia’s legacy than showing the same tenacity that characterized it."
Finaly, FRC prays for the pastor convicted of helping "ex-gay" Lisa Miller kidnap her daughter and flee the country: "May God strongly support Pastor Miller, Lisa and young Isabella, who have embraced prison and exile rather than violate their faith and conscience ... Pray, too, for the sexually confused people, the judges, politicians and voters who have imposed this confusion upon our youth and nation."
Jeb Bush says that the next Supreme Court justice should be someone in the vein of "Anton Scalia."
Ben Carson will be the next GOP presidential hopeful to speak with Pat Robertson at Regent University.
Joe Messina says that Scalia's death means "we are now in a second Civil War. This war is not to free the slaves. It’s to free freedom! Every constitutional right and freedom is on the table, and it started long before Scalia died. His death is like the 'shot heard around the world' that some say started the Revolutionary War."
Bryan Fischer continues to insist that Saddam Hussein had weapons of mass destruction.
Mario Diaz of Concerned Women for America says "the Republican majority in the United States Senate has no choice but to fight this vacancy with their very lives."
Michael Brown disagrees with Theodore Shoebat's contention that Jesus would murder gays.
Finally, you will not be surprised to learn that Rick Green's bid for a seat on the Texas Supreme Court is basedly largely on a misrepresentation of the facts. What else would you expect from someone who works with David Barton?
Southern Baptist Convention minister James Linzey explains that he is endorsing Donald Trump because "when Mr. Trump speaks, he hits all the major issues forthrightly and honestly. Being a Conservative means being honest with everyone about everyone. Honesty cuts across all party lines, offending those in any camp who are dishonest on the issues at hand."
Veteran anti-choice activist Joe Scheidler claims that he influenced Justice Scalia's opinions on abortion clinic buffer zones.
Matt Barber laughably argues that "GLAAD is an extremist homosexual censorship group that, for its defamatory antics, was certified last year by the well-respected American Family Association as an 'openly bigoted anti-Christian organization.'"
Kansas governor Sam Brownback has endorsed Marco Rubio.
Finally, Mike Bickle seeks to do damage control as his controversial remarks begin to cause problems for Ted Cruz's presidential campaign.
Jennifer LeClaire says that atheists don't need government recognition, but rather should simply be "surrendering to a living God they reject and embracing their true identity in Christ."
Scott Lively explains "the common root of LGBT dysfunctions" as only he can.
The Family Research Council's Rob Schwarzwalder says that President Obama got it wrong on coming out of the closet because "there is no love in affirming something God declares wrong and harmful, whether it relates to human sexuality or thievery or malice or deception or anything."
Ted Cruz insists that he's "not running to be pastor-in-chief."
Finally, BarbWire's Gina Miller has penned yet another of reasonable column: "I don’t have to tell you how discouraging, infuriating and terrifying it is to watch the greatest, freest nation in the history of the world, second only to Israel in its unparalleled, blessed uniqueness, be systematically dismantled by the Hell-inspired servants of Satan who are now in power in the United States."
Finally, FRC is calling on presidential candidates "to reject forcing our daughters to register for the draft": "For years, women have served in the U.S. military honorably and with distinction. That fact is indisputable. But these women have served on a voluntary basis -- the choice to serve was theirs alone. Requiring women to register for the draft is to forcibly put our daughters in harm's way against their will."
Ted Cruz's latest campaign prayer call featured Doug Stringer, who has been deeply involved in organizing the various "The Response" prayer rallies.
This upcoming FRC event ought to be enlightening: "Bruce or Caitlyn? Why Everyone Should Care About the Transgender Movement."
A presidential forum on racial reconciliation hosted by CBN's David Brody will probably likewise be very enlightening.
Chris Christie and Carly Fioria have become the latest GOP presidential candidates to drop out.
Finally, Scott Lively asserts that ISIS, just like the Nazis, is driven by a "super-macho male homosexual culture": "A sexual dynamic driven by super-macho Butch 'gays' who reject the 'homosexual' label and feel no compunction about hurting or killing Femmes, but whose members have always been at the core of male homosexual culture. They are the brutes who 'bash gays' even while living as sodomites themselves."
Franklin Graham says that gay marriage is "just the beginning of a moral onslaught on this nation."
Phyllis Schlafly explains that women should not have to register for the Selective Service because when she heard a noise downstairs, "my husband did the manly thing and went downstairs himself."
Tony Perkins says "sexual experimentation" in the military means that our the "very survival our republic is in question."
Donald Trump says that Hillary Clinton is "in a certain way, evil."
Finally, impress your friends and neighbors with this classy "God made the rainbow " t-shirt: "It's time to take back the rainbow! God created it the rainbow as a sign to remind us of his goodness and mercy to a sinful world. So why have we let the homosexual community take over this beautiful symbol of God's love? Join us in spreading this message: no matter who uses it or claims it, God made it and it still belongs to Him!"
David Lane blasts President Obama for defending Muslims: "What happened at the National Prayer Breakfast in Washington, D.C., was not just unholy, but an abomination."
Jesse Lee Peterson says that Trayvon Martin's parents "gave no love while he lived, but profit today from his death ... Now that he’s dead, they want to pretend they loved him."
Phyllis Schlafly has issued a 15-page report arguing that "Marco Rubio is the candidate of open borders, Obamatrade and mass immigration, making one last attempt to pull off one big con."
Speaking of Rubio, it looks like Eugene Delguadio is following his presidential campaign and trolling him for having taken money from a gay donor.
Landon Schott has a theory: "I believe the gay community unconsciously chose the rainbow as their banner because, on some level, they desire the presence of God without passing through the judgment of God."
Finally, with the Carolina Panthers having lost the Super Bowl last night, it looks like Rick Joyner will have to wait a little longer to see the start of the prophesied Third Great Awakening.
Franklin Graham is predicatbly unimpressed by President Obama's visit to a mosque because "Islam cannot save anyone from Hell or open the gates of Heaven."
Anti-choice activists are threatening to file ethics charges against the DA who indicted David Daleiden if she doesn’t drop the charges.
Some typically reasonable analysis from Pamela Geller: "It is no surprise that close to 70% of the Muslims surveyed will register Democrat, as the Democratic Party is the party of treason."
Todd Starnes says the "establishment" hates Ted Cruz because he’s "been a man of his word."
Jake MacAulay warns that if you vote for a candidate who won’t follow "God’s law," "you will stand before God and be judged for your failure to obey Him."
Bryan Fischer likes Ted Cruz because he will "provide statesmanlike leadership for spiritual renewal" if elected president.
Finally, FRC prays that conservative Christians will swing the election: "If the hostility toward Christians and the loss of religious liberty we have seen during the past eight years continues, we will see wholesale persecution of Christians in America in the not-too-distant future. If the church does not take a stand in an important election such as we now face, will it stand when jobs and careers are on the line because of the deeply held beliefs of its members? Will it stand when obedience to Christ requires disobedience to civil and other authorities who are commanding obedience to immoral policies, ordinances and laws? May this loss of religious liberty and the hostility toward Christians motivate each of us to pray and act in 2016 as never before!"
"Coach" Dave Daubenmire warns that both Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz are ineligible to be president: "I have a feeling that five black-robed terrorists sitting across the street from the Capitol building will eventually be weighing in on the issue. What do you suppose are the odds of them ruling in favor of the first Hispanic Republican candidate?"
Tony Perkins blames the repeal of Don't Ask, Don't Tell for "five years of sexual assaults, suicides, recruitment woes, and low morale" in the military.
After being forced out of business in America, the ex-gay "conversion" group JONAH has fled to Israel.
Ben Carson needs to come to grips with the reality that he is not going to be president.
The Center for Security Policy insists that it is neither "anti-Muslim" nor "Islamophobic."
Finally, Micah Clark of the American Family Association of Indiana says that "the victim today is not the homosexual activists. Hollywood and everybody in society upholds homosexuality. It's Christianity that is the target."