Via press release from hate group leader Tony Perkins: Last night was supposed to belong to Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. But the biggest story of the first debate wasn’t the candidates answering the questions — it was the person asking them. Show More Summary
"It was not as pleasant a place to work, for me, as people think it was. And I got tired of that."
Via press release from hate group leader Tony Perkins: Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts started the North Carolina bathroom mess — and this week, she had a chance to end it. Unfortunately for the state, it seems the city’s top Democrat...Show More Summary
Via press release from hate group leader Tony Perkins: North Carolina hasn’t bowed to the cultural bullies yet — but that hasn’t stopped the NCAA from trying! Months after the state legislature passed H.B. 2, liberals are still trying...Show More Summary
Obviously this cannot happen since Bachmann herself has declared that White Jesus has chosen Trump to be president. Brian Tashman reports at Right Wing Watch: On Thursday, Michele Bachmann told “Washington Watch” host Tony Perkins that...Show More Summary
This morning hate group leader Tony Perkins, who paid lobbyists to pressure the US House into not denouncing Uganda’s “kill the gays” bill, took to Fox Business where he found a fawningly receptive ear in host Stuart Varney, who agreed...Show More Summary
Tony Perkins, the leader of a Christian hate group, is furious that Hillary Clinton would say something mean about people like him. He would say that to her face, except he's too busy telling transgender people they have a mental disorder.
Family Research Council president Tony Perkins responded to Hillary Clinton's assertion that Donald Trump's "homophobic" and "Islamophobic" supporters are a "basket of deplorables" by wondering how a Clinton administration would punish said "deplorables."
Remember when the Family Research Council was exposed by your truly for lobbying the US House in support of Uganda’s infamous “kill the gays” bill? Tony Perkins thinks you don’t. Via press release: “Hillary’s use of the phrase ‘deplorable’ is as revealing as it is insulting. Show More Summary
Click here for reuse options! Asked by AlterNet to speak to Trump campaign CEO's ties to white nationalist alternative right, the Family Research Council president pivots. At the Values Voter Summit, an annual gathering of right-wing evangelical Christians in Washington, D.C., the mood is decidedly pro-Trump. Show More Summary
YouTube Remember when Donald Trump tried to position himself as a great friend of the LGBT community? Well, here he is speaking to one of the most radical anti-gay hate groups in the US, Tony Perkins' Family Research Council. It's really...Show More Summary
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has donated $100,000 to a Southern Baptist church in Louisiana that is being pastored by social conservative activist Tony Perkins, and has been instrumental in providing relief for those affected by torrential flooding.
Family Research Council President Tony Perkins is responding to rumors claiming that he believes God uses floods and other natural disasters to punish gay people, saying that while he doesn't know what is behind calamities, he continues to put his faith in God.
After evacuating his Louisiana home due to flooding, Religious Right leader Tony Perkins was confronted with the fact that he and his colleagues always blame people they disagree with for spurring God's wrath. Critics gleefully wondered what his sin was. Perkins finally responded to that question yesterday, saying he had no idea why God caused this flood.
When Donald Trump visited flood-ravaged Louisiana last week, he promised a $100,000 donation to a Baton Rouge church—specifically, the Baton Rouge church of anti-LGBT hate group leader Tony Perkins. Because let's face it, Donald Trump...Show More Summary
It has been widely reported in recent days that Donald Trump donated $100,000 for flood relief to a Louisiana church which is run by anti-gay activist Tony Perkins (right), the well-remunerated head honcho of hate group the Family Research Council. O… Read The post Did Donald Trump Really Donate $100,000 To Hate Group Leader Tony Perkins? appeared first on Towleroad.
Donald Trump donates $100k to disaster relief fund of church led by Family Research Council president Tony Perkins.
The Republican presidential nominee donated $100,000 to the church where the hate-group leader is interim pastor.
As we all know by now, irony is rain on your wedding day. It is also 10,000 spoons when all you need is a knife. But it's ALSO this: In 2015, the Family Research Council’s Tony Perkins spoke with a Messianic Jewish pastor named Jonathan...Show More Summary
Tony Perkins, the president of the Family Research Council, has been directly affected by the devastating flooding in Louisiana. His home was...