Mat Staver claims that allowing three parents to be listed on a birth certificate is outrageous and means that “polygamy … has occurred in Florida.” Of course, these three people didn’t get marriedto one another, so Staver is lying.
If Phyllis Schlafly is going to convince people that early voting is bad, she needs to come up with better reasons because these are laughable.
It has gotten to the point where Bryan Fischer’s bigotry is so predictably redundant, that it is barely even worth mentioning any more.
It looks like Rick Scarborough’s Vision America is launching something called Tea Party Unity, whatever that is.
Based entirely on the say-so of one remarkably untrustworthy person, the Oak Initiative is now demanding an investigation into claims that CIA nominee John Brennan secretly converted to Islam.
Finally, none of the claims made by Gary Bauer in this paragraph are true: “In 2009, a Department of Homeland Security report labeled as terrorists ‘groups and individuals that are dedicated to a single issue, such as opposition to abortion or immigration.’ Such groups, the report stated, ‘are the most dangerous domestic terrorism threat in the United States.’”