- Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear will hire outside attorneys after the attorney general announced he wouldn't appeal a decision granting
legal recognition to same-sex couples married in other states.
- Tom DeLay is joining The
Washington Times as a weekly columnist and radio personality.
- Peter LaBarbera warns that "the culture is sliding downward and the big question is will Christians wake up and
make these corporations suffer for their liberal, radical sort of pro-sin advocacy?"
- We are
pretty certain that a tweet from Matthew Hagee that was
retweeted just 70 times was not responsible for the "Son of God" movie taking in nearly $7 million on
- Russell Moore, president of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics & Religious
Liberty Commission, says that he doesn't know any evangelicals who would support anti-gay legislation like that passed in Uganda. He
should ask us because we can point him to several.
- Albert Mohler worries about "the rise of erotic liberty at the expense of religious liberty."
- Ricky Skaggs is now hanging out with Rick Joyner.
- Eugene Delgaudio is suing the SPLC.
- The new film about Noah is not biblically accurate enough, so Ray Comfort will be releasing his own movie about it.
- According to Linda Harvey, Arizona's anti-gay discrimination bill was really a "bullying prevention law for grown-ups."
- Bryan Fischer says that Gov. Rick Perry "may be our last, best hope of reclaiming America and returning it to its constitutional
foundations" by refusing to comply with the ruling striking down Texas' ban on same-sex marriages.
Dave Daubenmire thinks that he is owed an explanation by the high school that didn't hire him to
coach its football team.
- Glenn Beck hated the new movie "Non-Stop" so much that he spent an
entire segment spoiling the plot so that nobody will go to see it.
- AFA tells people to
consider boycotting Walt Disney World because "they are bullying the Boy Scouts of America to allow openly LGBT xyz adults as
- Steven Seagal thinks that President Obama should be impeached and apparently some people actually care what Steven Seagal
- Jeff Allen helpfully warns that "if the truly tolerant and moderating influence of
Christianity were ever taken out of the way, the Muslims would quickly turn on their perversity-pushing homosexual
- Finally, Gary Cass is not happy: "What was once considered so perverted that it would never have been discussed in polite company, has
now become mainstream. Athletes, actors and prominent public figures are considered 'heroes' because they are sexually
deviant. Now they are forcing Christians to salute their rainbow flags by requiring them to participate in fake homosexual marriage.
They are pushing Christians out of the wedding industry, just like abortion is pushing Christians out of healthcare industry. The
message that’s being sent to Christians is 'Either violate your conscience or you are not allowed to participate in our
- FRC says that by vetoing Arizona's gay discrimination bill, Gov. Jan Brewer "is saying she supports
government discrimination against people's religious freedoms."
- Speaking of FRC, they are urging activists to pray against gay marriage: "Lord, intervene to prevent evil from overcoming what you have
forever declared to be good! Help the U.S. Senate to pass the State Marriage Defense Act (S. 2024) to protect each state's right
to define marriage as the union of one man and one woman and prevent the federal government from undermining a state's
definition of marriage."
- Robert Knight says that it is "the lack of negative reporting on
Hillary Clinton and her high visibility is a reason she still polls high."
- Scott Lively says that "from the inability to distinguish
disagreement from 'hate' or tolerance from approval, to conflating sex and love, homosexualists (i.e. anyone
'gay' or straight who advocates for the mainstreaming of homosexuality) just can’t think straight."
- Finally, Religious Right activists will start running this
ad about Justina
Pelletier on Fox News beginning tomorrow.
- A federal judge has declared Texas' ban on gay marriage unconstitutional.
- Craig James, with the help of Liberty Institute, is suing Fox Sports for supposedly firing him for anti-gay statements that he made.
- In a move that will surprise nobody, "Coach" Dave Daubenmire claims that he has been the victim of character assassination.
- The National Organization for Marriage has endorsed the Coalition of African American Pastors call for the impeachment of U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, which is not surprising since CAAP is basically a NOM front group.
- A new "feature-length documentary revealing the truth about the cover-ups and the abuses of power at the Internal Revenue Service ... features interviews with Mike Huckabee, Glenn Beck, Ted Cruz, Michele Bachmann, David Barton, Grover Norquist, Louie Gohmert, John Linder, Carla Howell, Brian Brown and many more."
- Finally, try not to laugh: Todd Starnes has receive the NRB Board of Directors Award, which "honors a Christian who demonstrates integrity, displays creativity, and makes a significant impact on society."
- FRC is bizarrely claiming that George Soros was behind the proposed FCC study.
- The anti-transgender group Privacy for All Students has come up short in securing enough signatures to try and repeal California's anti-discrimination bill.
- An atheist group that wanted to have a booth a CPAC has now been kicked out of the event.
- The AFA warns about "the marginalization of biblical Christianity, the erosion of hard-won liberties, the acceptance of the homosexual lifestyle in every area of our culture, gay marriage accepted everywhere, and certain cults (we will leave them unnamed here) to be seen as part of Orthodox Christianity."
- Finally, what is Robert Knight even talking about? He says "it’s getting harder every day to be a liberal" because of things like "the Ukrainians sullying the Olympics for Mr. Obama’s friend, Vladimir Putin."
- Apparently, the First Amendment requires allowing groups to place Bibles in hotel rooms because not doing it is "the very viewpoint discrimination and hostility towards religion that the First Amendment prohibits."
- Joseph Farah has turned on Ann Coulter.
- Texas Gov. Rick Perry, Rep. Louie Gohmert, Sen. Ted Cruz, and Atty. Gen. Greg Abbott unite in trying to convince Sean Hannity to move to Texas.
- In news that will shock nobody, Mark Regnerus' anti-gay study was orchestrated and funded by anti-gay groups.
- Finally, Bryan Fischer recalls the time Satan inflicted him with a panic attack that almost caused him to strip off his clothes and go running through the woods.
- The FCC has pulled the plug on its press study after the right-wing ginned up a completely bogus freak-out over it.
- Phil Burress
says there is no way that Hillary Clinton will be elected president: "I just cannot see her being
the next president of the United States knowing what we know about her."
- "Coach" Dave
Daubenmire asks "Is the Bible the New Porn?"
Phyllis Schlafly complains that gay rights are now trumping the First Amendment.
- Finally, Todd Starnes can't even make it through
a two minute book promo without lying, twice falsely claiming that Dan
Savage is President Obama's "anti-bullying czar":
- Scott Lively and Peter LaBarbera are forming
a new anti-gay group that will work to "more effectively oppose the now-global LGBT agenda" and "urge other
nations of the world to follow the Russian example."
- On a related note, Gary Bauer is not happy about all
the attention Russia's anti-gay crackdown is receiving.
- Also related, the "ex-gays" over
at Voice of the Voiceless are not happy with Glenn Beck denunciation of people who hate gays.
Rick Santorum is plotting another run for president.
- FRC's weekly prayer targets.
- Finally, Glenn Beck does not know
what to do about North Korea, but he is positive that God "is going to right this":
- "Dr. Chaps" Gordon Klingenschmitt seems to think that his long history of anti-gay activism should not be an issue in his campaign for office in Colorado: "It's not part of my campaign message. Running for state office, I need to focus on matters involving the law, not those involving my religion."
- Mike Huckabee will be heading to Iowa in April to keynote an event for the Iowa Faith & Freedom Coalition.
- Lila Rose is a "pro-life prodigy"?
- Louie Gohmert is launching a new political action committee aimed at defending "House conservatives from 2014 attacks from mainstream Republican PACs."
- Will this article finally put an end to the bogus right-wing claim that proposed IRS regulations are aimed at shutting down conservative 501c4 groups? Probably not.
- Apparently, some people actually believe that "Ayn Rand's libertarian hero John Galt was unintentionally modeled on Jesus Christ."
- FRC's Ken Blackwell and Bob Morrison ask the reasonable question "What if Obama Is a Marxist?"
- "Coach" Dave Daubenmire is really just becoming a parody of every right-wing stereotype.
- Matt Barber says gay activists are using judges to pit "the government directly against Christians, against the free exercise of religion and against those who embrace marriage reality."
- Finally, Glenn Beck delivers another one of his patented ultra-serious, incoherent, stream-of-consciousness monologues that makes no sense:
- The organization behind the most recently debunked tale of Christian victimization is standing behind its original bogus claims.
- Tom DeLay will be joining Rick Joyner and Jerry Boykin at an upcoming conference at Joyner's Morningstar Ministries.
- On a semi-related note, "Prophet" Bob Jones has died.
- Phyllis Schlafly thinks feminists ought to be speaking out against polygamy but won't "because the feminists are not pro-women; they just want to kill the nuclear family."
- Finally, "Coach" Dave Daubenmire is mad that pastors didn't come to his defense when he was trying to bring God into the local high school as the head football coach: "Can you handle some Truth this morning? People gripe all of the time about the need to get God back into our schools...well...I was gonna carry Him in the front door and NOT ONE pastor showed up last night. They stayed home and "prayed"...at least they said they did. The enemies of the cross showed up and fought. The pastors stayed home. Our enemies play to win...Christians play amongst themselves. The homosexuals love their lies more than God's people love Truth...pastors were MIA."
- In a forthcoming speech, Gov. Bobby Jindal will warn that there is a "silent war" on Christianity in America: "This war is waged in our courts and in the halls of political power,” he adds, according to the prepared remarks. “It is pursued with grim and relentless determination by a group of like-minded elites, determined to transform the country from a land sustained by faith into a land where faith is silenced, privatized and circumscribed."
- Anti-gay activists predicted a mass exodus from the Boy Scouts after the organization voted to allow gay scouts, but that hasn't quite materialized.
- James O'Keefe is being sued by his former executive director.
- FRC's current prayer targets.
- Finally, what on earth is Steve Deace talking about, regarding openly gay football player Michael Sam? "[T]he Left has been dying to bring this to the sports arena for a long time because it's one of the last, true remaining meritocracies we have in America – and the Left hates meritocracies."
- Sarah Palin will speak at CPAC again this year and we assume it'll be just as enlightening as her speech was last year.
- Citing Deuteronomy in arguing that transgender people do not deserve equal protection is always winning argument.
- Bob Jones University does not seem to be very interested in addressing the issue of sexual assault on its campus.
- Daniel Blomberg of the Becket Fund says the IRS is "trying to prevent pastors from preaching on moral issues and on specific religious issues to do with the qualifications of candidates for office." That's not true, of course.
- Gary Bauer is mad, again: "So all a man has to do is tell the country that he is sexually attracted to other men and Michelle Obama is proud of that. What a country we are becoming! Does anyone in the leadership of the Republican Party have enough courage to seize the moment? Obama and his cronies are obsessing over 3% of the population. He and Attorney General Holder are unilaterally giving them new rights and benefits. The GOP should ask Obama when he intends to pay some attention to the hard-working moms and dads who fear for their jobs and who are trying to shield their children from an increasingly debased, anything goes culture."
- Liberty Counsel opposes gay marriage because "while same-sex couples can enter a union of the wills, it is not possible for them to
join in body in the way true marriage has always required."
- Michael Youssef warns that "the subtler
persecution of Christians in America, which began mildly, with the media mocking Jimmy Carter’s 'born again' claim,
has escalated rapidly in the last five years."
- Glenn Beck appears not to know the difference between the smallpox virus and the
- Mychal Massie calls for conservatives to leave the GOP and form a third party.
Finally, Gary Bauer is mad: "The promotion of homosexuality has
become the cause celebre during the Sochi winter Olympics. From an NBC commentator appearing on air in drag to the latest ad from
General Motors entitled 'New Love,' (aired during the opening ceremonies featuring a same-sex marriage), the issue is
impossible to avoid. Yet when churches are bombed and Christians have their throats slit while walking down the street, there is a
collective yawn from most of the mainstream media, business and political elites."
- Glenn Beck didn't actually see the opening ceremony at the Olympics, but he still didn't like it.
- While many of his allies on the Right have begun to praise Vladimir Putin, Cliff Kincaid is refusing to buy into it.
- Those participating in the American Heritage Girls, the right-wing version of the Girl Scouts, will soon be able to earn a "Respect Life Patch that reinforces the organization's commitment to honoring life from conception to natural death."
- NOM approves of Dumb Starbucks.
- The Right's continued attempt to paint proposed restrictions on 501Cc4 organizations as an attack on conservative groups is truly mind-boggling.
- Finally, this forthcoming Christian movie in which an college freshman teaches his atheist philosophy professor that "God's Not Dead" looks to be just as good as one would expect from a movie with such a plot.
- The New York Times reports that Sen. Pat Roberts has "acknowledged that he did not have a home of his own
in Kansas. The house on a country club golf course that he lists as his voting address belongs to two longtime supporters and
- It is genuinely amazing the way right-wing groups are framing proposed restrictions on 501c4 organizations as an attack on conservatives. Do they not realize
that liberals groups have c4 arms as well?
- Phyllis Schlafly issues a warning: "Once there is no
objective morality, no universal good and evil, laws that are not acceptable to Christians, such as abortion, infanticide, easy
divorce, redefinition of marriage, and euthanasia can by imposed by the government. Christians should wake up and realize that
supremacist judges and public schools have been the main engines driving the replacement of Christian morality with the
utilitarianism and secularism of liberalism."
- The headline says it all: "General: U.S. Christians targeted for murder."
- Good point, Kevin Fobbs: "Black history month has been about celebration of achievements and it has been about action. So
take action and demand Obama’s impeachment now so that you and your family will have a chance to recoup and recapture the
American Dream that Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. and so many others fought and even died for."
- Gary Bauer is not happy that AT&T had
condemned Russia anti-gay crackdown: "[W]hen I worked in the Reagan White House, I don't recall AT&T or other
major corporations condemning the Soviet Union while Jews and political dissenters rotted in Siberian gulags. Sadly, while Ronald
Reagan worked to rebuild pride in America and America's standing in the world, many corporate elites were eager to trade and
"coexist" with the Soviets. And today most big corporations don't feel a need to condemn Christian persecution and
human rights violations. Why does concern for homosexual rights trump all other issues? I smell a double standard."
- Michele Bachmann will speak at an Eagle Forum
luncheon next month.
- Beware! The Girl Scouts have been infiltrated by liberal groups “specifically so they can first corrupt them, and then coerce them to
put their agenda forward on the unsuspecting people that they serve.”
- FRC prays against the IRS: "May God intervene to awaken the people and end what must be seen as plans to empower the IRS
to permanently tyrannize the American people!"
- Liberty Counsel has taken its battle on behalf of "ex-gay" therapy to the
- Finally, some times you just have to shake your head at the things that David Barton
says on his radio show, such as this: "This is one of
the things that liberals have done to us in recent years is make us think that everybody is inherently good and therefore if an
accident happens with guns, it can't be the individual's fault who walked into the theater and shot everybody, it's got
to be the gun's fault because people are inherently good."
- David Barton and Rick Green officially announce their support for a Convention of States.
- Bryan Fischer offers a simple guide to "Defeating Darwin in four easy steps."
- Samuel Rodriguez and the National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference have endorsed Common Core.
- It's almost as if Glenn Beck doesn't want people who don't share his right-wing views living in Texas. But that can't be the case because that would kind of make him a hypocrite.
- Apparently, Satan doesn’t want men to have close male friendships by stoking fears it would lead to homosexual intimacy ... or something?
- Finally, "Coach" Dave Daubenmire calls for reinstatement of the draft, by which he means a "6 weeks of mandatory boot camp" for all high school graduates.
- For just $25, Rick Santorum will
"add your name to the copy of the U.S. Constitution that we’ll send President Obama."
Dennis Prager says "Leftism is
a religion. It even has a Bible - the editorial page of your newspaper (The New York Times)."
his radio show today, Glenn Beck spent an hour talking
with Ted Cruz as well as another segment interviewing Greg Abbot.
- Janet Parshall says the recent Grammy awards proves
that America has embraced the morals of ancient Rome.
- Bryan Fischer is a conservative because "liberalism kills children."
Finally, Jim Garrow hopes that people who have been dismissed from the
military will take advantage of "having been loosened from the constraints of obedience to a master [and] serve the nation in a
new way, recognizing that the fight against a domestic enemy takes on the aspects of a guerrilla war."