Via the Associated Press: Former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell should perform community service rather than serve prison time for his federal corruption convictions, an international relief organization said Tuesday. Operation Blessing...Show More Summary
Televangelist Pat Robertson jumped on the “Obama hates the police” bandwagon. Robertson said President Obama was “implicated” in the killing of two members of the NYPD this weekend by a mentally ill man who ambushed the officers after shooting his ex-girlfriend and later killed himself. The televangelist joined other right-wing media pundits in baselessly claiming [...]
Pat Robertson's show The 700 Club has brought us yet another gem about the nature of human attraction and reproduction.Here's the video, collected by Right Wing Watch:
It raises the question of why he's so worried we might achieve equality. read more
Televangelist Pat Robertson predicts that gays will die out because they don't reproduce. Robertson was responding to a viewer who belongs to a church in which congregants aren't allowed to date. "It is treated as a sin to show interest in or have a mutual understanding in church with the opposite sex," wrote Crystal. Show More Summary
Pat Robertson, the Christian fundamentalist preacher who commands the $300 million Christian Broadcasting Network empire and, at the age of 84, still appears on his daily CBN broadcast The 700 Club, made another in his ongoing series of remarkable statements about the gay population on his Wednesday program. Show More Summary
Pat Robertson once again made eye-roll inducing comments today about gays saying that they'll eventually "die out", reports Right Wing Watch. The former southern baptist minister's comments come from today's episode of The 700 Club when Robertson fielded a question...
On today’s edition of the “700 Club,” Pat Robertson received a phone call from a viewer asking him to weigh in on her church’s policy of forbidding members from dating or marrying anybody, which has made said members very frustrated because they are all getting older and would prefer not to die alone. Is she [...]
No, no, the way it works is–never mind. Pat Robertson took a question from a viewer who said she attends a church whose members aren’t allowed to date, leaving many church members “frustrated because we’re getting older and no one is getting married.” Robertson found this to be absolutely ridiculous because a church with a [...]
But it's a CHOICE to be gay. Norman, coordinate!
Christian Broadcasting Network host Pat Robertson on Wednesday predicted that gay men and lesbians would eventually “die out because they don’t reproduce.” On Wednesday’s 700 Club, a woman named Crystal complained that her church had banned dating, and it considered showing...
Pat Robertson is still preaching on TV, reaching out to many Christian households through his 700 Club. And while he manages to provide endless fodder for atheist blogs, there seems to be a dark side to the advice he dispenses to gullible viewers. Show More Summary
The kindest thing one could say about Pat Robertson is that he's a person who espouses extreme views, so one might think he'd be applauding the firebrand approach Ted Cruz takes to just about everything. But he's not, and that's mostly because Cruz handed Democrats a big gift on Saturday, wrapped in a firebrand's bow. Show More Summary
Pat Robertson is siding with a man who says his family is pressuring him to see a doctor, as he has already asked God to be his physician. Robertson defended the viewer’s refusal to take a trip to the doctor’s office: “There’s some people who think that doctors are god and they really aren’t. You’ve [...]
Right-wing televangelist thinks the Tea Party senator from Texas needs to tone it down
Televangelist Pat Robertson on Monday advised an elderly man in failing health to “stick with it” after he asked God to be his doctor. “I am 76-year-old,” a man named Jim wrote in an email to the TV preacher. “I made a covenant with God. I asked Him to be my physician....
Pat Robertson responds to today's viewer question: "There's nothing I know in the bible about hair cut to stubble. Unless you're a prisoner and you've been captured and the man wants to take you as his wife, but you have to cut yourShow More Summary
Don’t worry about release of the Senate torture report, says Pat Robertson, since we needed to torture people to get the bad guys. Never mind that it isn’t torture that got the bad guys. “You may be shocked at some of that, but the truth is we didn’t have another incident after 9/11 and Khalid [...]