That looks like a boycott threat! (Tipped by JMG reader TJ)
"What the governor did today, and Mike's been a longtime friend of mine, but what he did is I think he emboldened his enemies and he enraged his friends. And there are people that are deeply concerned about the growing intolerance towards religious freedom in this country and they were very disappointed. Show More Summary
I'm not sure what, exactly, Tony Perkins and his friends at the Family Research Council think cakes and flowers and photography packages are. But apparently they don't believe them to be "non-religious goods or services" since they claim that RFRAs...
"In a civil society we would say, 'Oh, you don't want to service me? Fine. I'll go next door, I'll go down the street.' Who would fathom the idea of going into a kosher deli and demanding a ham sandwich? We wouldn't tolerate that!"
"A leftist-driven movement has spread misinformation about the law, threatened boycotts and fomented false rhetoric in the media and online. Even in our day, the price of freedom is steep, and Governor Pence is standing strong for freedom despite the cost. Show More Summary
"Almost a dozen Republicans -- some who visibly campaigned on natural marriage -- sided with Senator Brian Schatz (D-Hawaii) in tearing down the last two federal holdouts that respect state marriage laws: the social security and veterans' administrations. Show More Summary
Family Research Council's exceedingly anti-gay president offers this take on Indiana's license-to-discriminate law: [Tony Perkins] Bully. Their whole movement is built around bullying. The license-to-discriminate bills, like all anti-LGBT policies, constitute bullying through actions. But even this tweet, with its...
Pop quiz: Which of the following is NOT found in Levitical law?A) Prohibition against planting multiple types of crops in the same fieldB) Mandated death for disrespectful childrenC) Mandated death for slavers and those who fund themD)...Show More Summary
America's Dumbest Congressman has an idea. During an appearance on yesterday’s edition of “Washington Watch,” Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Texas, told host Tony Perkins that “we need to encourage this administration to go take out Iran’s nuclear capability” instead of pursuing negotiations: “I think it’s time to bomb Iran.” Why now? No particular reason. Show More Summary
Rep. Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) said he thinks it's time to take drastic measures against Iran. "It's time to bomb Iran," Gohmert said in an interview Wednesday with Family Research Council President Tony Perkins on the radio show "Washington...Show More Summary
SoundCloud Our favorite batshit crazy Republican Congressman, the wonderfully loony Louie Gohmert, went on the radio show of anti-gay hate group leader Tony Perkins yesterday and declared that President Obama should stop slapping Israel around and just start a war with Iran right away! Bomb them back to the Stone Age,...
"The minds behind the world-famous D&G brand have been creating more controversy than clothing lately, as the duo comes clean about their surprisingly conservative views. As expected, celebrities have turned on the pair with a ferocity that took the Italians by surprise. Show More Summary
Wes Modder's job is on the line after Naval Nuclear Power Training Command students complained about the chaplain's insistence that a student who had premarital sex was “shaming herself in the eyes of God” and his contention that he can...
The documentary is making its debut at SXSW and Hunter, 83, spoke to Yahoo about his love affair with late actor Anthony Perkins: Tony was a very fine young actor, and I respected him tremendously. He was just a very intelligent man....Show More Summary
He forgot to add, ” not that there’s anything wrong with that.” Ignoring the fact that Obama’s father was an atheist and his mother agnostic, Graham told FRC head Tony Perkins that “one of the problems we have [is that Obama’s] father was a Muslim, and his step-father was a Muslim. [He] lived in Indonesia [...]
Sen. James Lankford, R-Okla., and Family Research Council president Tony Perkins argued that limiting religious freedom to "freedom of worship" in the United States has hurt efforts to advocate for religious freedom abroad.
Watch it here. (Tipped by JMG reader Kyle)
WND columnist Jerry Newcombe writes the following about marriage equality and how it has advanced in this nation: Why are the voters of this country so marginalized? In a recent interview I did with Tony Perkins of the Family Research...
"One of the benefits of putting conservatives in charge of Congress is that the agendas in most committees change -- and issues that weren't getting as much attention under liberal leaders are now front and center. Tomorrow [today],Show More Summary