Pat Robertson is denouncing the Air Force for caving to "one little Jewish radical" and dropping its "so help me God" oath requirement. That Jewish radical, Mikey Weinstein, responds at Friendly Atheist: "Pat Robertson is to human dignity and sanity and integrity and character what dog shit is to a fine French restaurant on the menu." Snork!
Pat Robertson is bent out of shape because one person’s fight has resulted in “so help me god” being taken out of the Air Force oath. The organization that supported him is run by a Jews, something Robertson felt was important to mention. There is a left-wing radical named Mikey Weinstein who has gotten a [...]
Wish he'd explain how that's not taking the lord's name in vain or lying, both of which are pretty big commandments.
I know Pat Robertson saying something crazy isn't news to anybody, but now that the Air Force is allowing atheists to omit the words "So Help Me God" from the oath, he is flipping out over how quickly they changed this policy.He's especially...Show More Summary
TV preacher Pat Robertson lashed out at a “Jewish radical” on Thursday who he said was responsible for God being removed from the Air Force oath. The Air Force announced on Thursday that the words “so help me God” were an optional part of the oath after an atheist airman...
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) defended his proposed abortion ban this week, saying that if a pregnant mother sings to her fetus then it must be considered a person. Pat Robertson’s Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) reported on Tuesday that potential presidential candidates like former Florida...
Right Wing Watch reports that on today's 700 Club, a viewer asked televangelist Pat Robertson how she should handle her daughter's recent revelation that she is in a same-sex relationship. Responded Robertson: She needs somebody to help her get her...
The aged televangelist is worried about millennials getting "deeper and deeper" into homosexual relationships
Pat Robertson knows who is blessed and who is not. And if you are “fully armed” you are “blessed.” On Tuesday, the preacher argued that more guns in churches is a good idea” to protect Christians because the “fully armed” are “blessed.” Robertson did not indicate where, exactly, Jesus said that — but he claimed [...]
TV preacher Pat Robertson on Tuesday argued that more guns in churches was a "good idea" to protect Christians because "blessed are the fully armed." "It's Sunday morning and they sing hymns and they praise the Lord and you listen to...Show More Summary
The TV preacher thinks churches should consider instituting armed "Eyes and Ears" teams for protection
Televangelist Pat Robertson has a well-earned reputation for outrageous, offensive and sometimes downright insane public statements, usually uttered on his long-running television program The 700 Club, which airs on Robertson’s own Christian Broadcasting Network. Show More Summary
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Televangelist Pat Robertson on Thursday told an 80-year-old viewer, who gave more than 10 percent to the church, that she should get a job or sell stuff on eBay if she couldn't afford her medical bills. "My husband and I are in our 80s and have been tithing for many years," the viewer wrote Robertson in a letter. Show More Summary