- The AP reports that “James Dobson has won a temporary
injunction preventing the federal government from requiring his ministry to include the morning-after pill and other
emergency contraception in its health insurance.”
- The National Draft Ben Carson for
President Committee is raking in millions of dollars and
filling its own coffers despite having no actual affiliation with Carson.
- Tea Party Express
Chairman Amy Kremer has resigned from the organization in order to assist with Matt Bevin’s campaign
against Sen. Mitch McConnell.
- Glenn Beck had a dream.
- Finally, Quiverfull and home-schooling leader
Bill Gothard is denying allegations from dozens of women that he sexually
harassed them, but admitting that his behavior was wrong: “My actions of holding of hands, hugs, and touching of feet or
hair with young ladies crossed the boundaries of discretion and were wrong. They demonstrated a double-standard and violated
a trust. Because of the claims about me I do want to state that I have never kissed a girl nor have I touched a girl
immorally or with sexual intent.”