SUBMITTED BY: Kyle Mantyla, Friday 09/20/2013, 4:29pm
It looks like Joseph
Farah's "9/11 National Day of Prayer and Repentance" is going to be an annual thing. Tony
Perkins continues to
blame the SPLC for last year's shooting at FRC headquarters. Ted Baehr knows how
to stop mass shooting like the one this week at the Navy Yard: "We must end the arbitrary judicial bans on religious and moral
teaching in our schools that deprive America’s children of the Ten Commandments that God gave Moses and the Hebrew people on Mount
Sinai and the teachings that Jesus Christ gave his disciples in the Sermon on the... MORE
SUBMITTED BY: Brian Tashman, Friday 09/20/2013, 3:50pm
On her radio commentary yesterday, Linda Harvey said she couldn’t comprehend why anyone would be opposed to Russia’s new law criminalizing speech it considers “homosexual propaganda.”
The Mission America president, who has endorsed and promoted the law, called on the US to view the law as a model, such as its ban on gay adoption and pride events: “A ban on homosexuals adopting children was also part of this law as well as a ban on gay pride parades, something we should consider in cities here, and a ban on any public promotion of homosexuality.”
She also... MORE
SUBMITTED BY: Kyle Mantyla, Friday 09/20/2013, 2:26pm
Earlier this week, Bryan Fischer hosted Peter LaBarbera on his radio program and we didn't write a post about it which, according to Fischer and his producer, Jeff Reed means ... something.
Fischer, who normally complains that we are "cyberstalking" him, is now complaining that we are not posting clips from his show because supposedly the topic of HIV rates among young males does not fit our agenda.
Of course, we did actually mention LaBarbera's appearance on Fischer's show in our daily Right Wing Leftovers post. In fact, if you scroll through our Bryan Fischer... MORE
SUBMITTED BY: Brian Tashman, Friday 09/20/2013, 2:25pm
You really have to marvel at Republican members of Congress who believe that the message of the 2012 election, in which the candidate who campaigned for Obamacare soundly defeated the candidate who campaigned to repeal Obamacare, was that most Americans want to repeal Obamacare by any means possible.
Following an election in which Democrats won the popular vote for the House of Representatives, a mere 36 percent of Americans favor repealing the Affordable Care Act and just 28 percent of voters say they’d be more likely to support a congressman who is willing to shut down the government... MORE
SUBMITTED BY: Brian Tashman, Friday 09/20/2013, 1:25pm
Rep. Tim Huelskamp (R-KS), who bravely opposed federal aid to all those greedy Northeasterners affected by Hurricane Sandy, is now boasting about his support for a House GOP plan to kick four to six million people off the food stamp program.
As Jonathan Chait details, the GOP’s draconian food stamp cuts were coupled with a push to preserve excessive subsidies for farmers and agribusinesses, which the GOP refused to cut as much as the Obama administration proposed. And, surprise surprise, Huelskamp’s family has greatly benefited from such government aid:
Huelskamp has been able... MORE
SUBMITTED BY: Kyle Mantyla, Friday 09/20/2013, 11:09am
As a general rule, the candidate who receives the most votes in an election is declared the winner. But that would all change if the Family Research Council's Ken Blackwell gets his way and states start adopting a vote-rigging scheme that he is recommending whereby, in a presidential election, electoral votes would switch from winner-take-all allocations to a system where they were awarded according to congressional districts.
As a result of such a switch, candidates who lose the overall popular vote in a state could still end up receiving a majority of that state's electoral... MORE
SUBMITTED BY: Miranda Blue, Friday 09/20/2013, 11:07am
Yesterday, the Senate Judiciary Committee voted along party lines to approve the nomination of Georgetown Law professor Cornelia “Nina” Pillard to the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, which is often considered to be the nation’s second-highest court. The party-line vote wasn’t exactly a surprise – Republicans have decided they don’t want President Obama to fill any of the D.C. Circuit’s three vacancies, so have voted against both nominees who have come before them so far – but the content of at least some GOP senators'... MORE
SUBMITTED BY: Brian Tashman, Friday 09/20/2013, 10:45am
After blaming Colorado wildfires on a kiss between State House Majority Leader Mark Ferrandino and his partner that was featured on the Denver Post, pastor Kevin Swanson is also blaming the gay kiss on recent floods to hit the state.
While speaking with fellow pastor and Generations Radio co-host Dave Buehner, Swanson said that it is not a coincidence that the state experienced deadly floods at the same time Colorado “legislators committed homosexual acts on the front page of the Denver Post” and made sure to “kill as many babies as possible” and “encourage... MORE
SUBMITTED BY: Kyle Mantyla, Friday 09/20/2013, 10:09am
Peter LaBarbera was the guest on Liberty Counsel's "Faith and Freedom" radio program again today where he and Matt Barber praised Trail Life USA, the new scouting organization explicitly created as an anti-gay alternative to the Boy Scouts.
LaBarbera said that the Boy Scouts have "sold their soul to the devil" and called for the creation of anti-gay alternatives to organizations "on all fronts" because "every major institution is being corrupted by the homosexual agenda."
LaBarbera said there ought to be anti-gay versions of organizations such... MORE
SUBMITTED BY: Brian Tashman, Friday 09/20/2013, 10:00am
Earlier this week Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz bought ad space in major national newspapers to run an open letter requesting “that customers no longer bring firearms into our stores or outdoor seating areas.”
Naturally, this prompted American Family Association radio host Sandy Rios to speculate if the “next shooting” will occur at Starbucks because criminals will now target Starbucks coffee shops: “Speaking of shooting, you just wonder if the next one is going to take place at one of your favorite coffee establishments because Starbucks is now…asking... MORE