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FRC Spokesman: Anti-Gay Christians Can Take Lesson From Charleston Families On 'How To Handle Adversity'
SUBMITTED BY: Mikayla Bean, Monday 06/29/2015, 1:52pm
The Family Research Council’s Craig James said on the organization’s “Washington Watch” program on Friday that gay-rights opponents will face such challenges in the wake of the Supreme Court’s marriage equality ruling that they should take lessons on “how to handle adversity” from the survivors of the mass shooting at a church in Charleston, South Carolina. James was interviewing FRC President Tony Perkins, who warned that in the aftermath of the Supreme Court decision, conservative Christians are “going to have to stand together because... MORE >
SUBMITTED BY: Kyle Mantyla, Friday 06/26/2015, 10:36am
This morning, the Supreme Court ruled that state bans on same-sex marriage were unconstitutional, effectively legalizing gay marriage in all 50 states. Needless to say, anti-gay Religious Right activists and Republican politicians who have repeatedly warned that such a ruling would literally destroy America have not reacted well, as exemplified by Bryan Fischer, who fired off a series of tweets declaring that Satan is now dancing in the streets of America: June 26, 2015: a date which will live in infamy. — Bryan Fischer (@BryanJFischer) June 26, 2015 From a moral standpoint, 6/26... MORE >
SUBMITTED BY: Miranda Blue, Wednesday 06/24/2015, 12:20pm
After the manifesto of the man who committed a mass murder at a black church in Charleston last week was found to contain material lifted from the white supremacist group Council of Conservative Citizens, formerly the White Citizens’ Councils, GOP politicians have been scrambling to erase their ties with the group, with several Republicans returning or donating to charity a total of tens of thousands of dollars in campaign donations from the group’s president. But it’s proving to be more difficult for some in the GOP and their allies in the Religious Right to brush over a... MORE >
SUBMITTED BY: Miranda Blue, Tuesday 06/23/2015, 11:45am
Ken Blackwell, the former Ohio secretary of state who is now an official at the Family Research Council, joined former Alaska GOP politician Joe Miller on his radio program this week, where he warned that the “rapid expansion of the welfare state under the Obama administration is not unlike any of the welfare state expansions, totalitarian regimes, throughout human history.” Totalitarian regimes, he said, “have done two things,” namely “weaken the family” and “silence the church.” “And sure enough, that’s what the Obama... MORE >
Martyrdom And Dominion: Religious Right Conference Prepares For A 'Spiritual Battle' Against Gay Marriage
SUBMITTED BY: Miranda Blue, Monday 06/22/2015, 5:25pm
Twentieth century, let’s see, we left the secularists in charge…We had Hitler, we had Joseph Stalin and we had Mao. 120 million people [killed]. It gets worse. In the second half of the 20th century, we’ve murdered 400 [million] babies through abortion in China and 50 million in the United States. Let’s see, there are 500 million people we have killed in the 20th century. It’s one-tenth of the number of people who are living today, almost one-tenth. How did we do that? We let the secularists in charge. You can’t let the secularists in charge!... MORE >
SUBMITTED BY: Miranda Blue, Friday 06/19/2015, 11:51am
At this week’s “Future Conference” at Jim Garlow’s church in San Diego, the Family Research Council’s Kenyn Cureton hosted a session on how to set up church “cultural impact teams” aimed at getting churches involved in political battles. But Cureton reminded his audience that as much as they get involved in politics, fights over issues like reproductive rights and LGBT equality are ultimately “a spiritual battle” against Satan, and their adversaries are not “the people who are pushing these ungodly agendas” but the “... MORE >
SUBMITTED BY: Kyle Mantyla, Wednesday 06/17/2015, 4:30pm
FRC's Peter Sprigg cannot support Donald Trump in his run for president because Trump invited Catilyn Jenner to be a judge at the Miss USA Pageant. What a surprise, Peter LaBarbera is outraged yet again. Janet Mefferd warns that anti-gay Christians should not be having dialogues with pro-gay Christians: "We are to have no fellowship with darkness. We can’t 'dialogue' with any professing Christian who’s in open rebellion against the Word of God. We can’t 'dialogue' with anybody who is deceiving and misleading the Body of Christ on any sin... MORE >
SUBMITTED BY: Brian Tashman, Monday 06/15/2015, 2:30pm
On the Friday edition of “Washington Watch,” Craig James of the Family Research Council discussed a case in New Jersey where an ex-gay therapy organization has been charged with consumer fraud. One caller told James that “the whole homosexual movement is really like a religion and the religion is sex and they worship their own genitals,” which he said is “something that needs to be pointed out in lawsuits by Republicans and anybody in office.” James added that “there is an agenda” and “the agenda is to shut down” anyone who opposes... MORE >
GOP Candidates Really Don't Want To Talk About 'Kill The Gays' Conference
11/18/15 @ 2:50pm
Marco Rubio: 'Ignore' Gay Marriage Decision Because 'God's Rules Always Win'
11/25/15 @ 11:40am
Michael Savage Threatens To Leave America For Russia Because It's 'The Best Country Left On The Planet'
11/16/15 @ 2:25pm
Texas GOPer Wants Vote On Secession From U.S.
11/25/15 @ 11:15am
Shoebat: Those Killed At Paris Rock Concert Were Devil Worshippers Who Got What They Deserved
11/18/15 @ 2:42pm