Tony Perkins fancies himself to be a GOP presidential candidate kingmaker, so it will be interesting to see if any not entirely crazy Republicans will join the above careening clown car crowded with the cavalcade of crackpots who failed in 2012, some of whom (Paul, Perry, Santorum) are expected to make a 2016 run. Show More Summary
"This action is wrong on the merits, because it accepts the premise that distinctions based on actual conduct -- such as homosexual behavior and cross-dressing -- should be treated the same way as distinctions based on immutable and innocuous characteristics like race. Show More Summary
"If you think Colorado’s Masterpiece Cakes will give in to homosexual bullies, then you don’t know Jack. Jack Phillips, the owner of another Christian bakery under attack, is refusing to cave to the state’s ridiculous demands after he turned down an order for a same-sex 'wedding' cake. Show More Summary
"Two appeals court judges in imposing marriage redefinition have substituted their own ideology for the right of the people to preserve marriage. This divided court has swept away the 1,668,513 voters in Utah and Oklahoma who exercised their democratic right to preserve marriage in their respective state constitutions. Show More Summary
Of the two 10th Circuit judges who just decided against Oklahoma's discriminatory marriage amendment, one was a Clinton appointee (Lucero) and one was a W. Bush appointee (Holmes). But whatevs. Exceedingly anti-gay activist Tony Perkins will just go ahead an...
Social conservatives are beyond fearful that a pro-marriage Republican like Rob Portman or a moderate who has sometimes been hostile toward their anti-LGBT cause, like Chris Christie, is going to become the GOP nominee in 2016. That's why you're going...
"As even the Left turns its back on the Employment Non-Discrimination Act to give homosexuals and transgenders special rights in the workplace, the White House stubbornly plows ahead, insisting that it will defy Congress and enact a smaller version of the law by executive order. Show More Summary
"When Burger King says 'have it your way,' they aren't just talking about food. Hello, I'm Tony Perkins with the Family Research Council in Washington. Is it Burger King or Burger Queen? Customers in San Francisco aren't so sure after the chain's new Proud Whopper. Show More Summary
To sell his truly disturbing attack on religious freedom in this country, the exceedingly anti-gay Family Research Council president has to set up the lie that the U.S. armed forces, under President Obama, are somehow anti-Christian and supposedly hostile to...
"Most people have seen the movie Groundhog Day -- and now, thanks to the courts, they're living it. Every morning, Americans seem to be waking up to the same headlines on marriage: judge strikes down marriage amendment in [fill in the state]. Show More Summary
"Speaking of ideological oppression, the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) is full of it. But apparently, not full enough to suit the radical Left. After months of demanding action, liberals are abruptly bailing on the legislation, which many of them called their top legislative priority. Show More Summary
Pretty much exactly as I predicted two hours ago.
Brian Tashman writes at Right Wing Watch: Tony Perkins invited Fox News’ go-to-Christian-persecution-commentator Todd Starnes to join him on the weekend edition of “Washington Watch,” where Starnes pointed to recent remarks by Rick Warren...Show More Summary
In the annals of cult films, few had a more tumultuous journey to the screen than 1984?s Crimes of Passion. It’s remarkable to consider Ken Russell, the mad genius director of other queer faves such as Women in Love and Tommy, was able to get this wonderfully lurid erotic thriller, which depicts a fashion designer by day/sex worker […]
Anti-gay activist Tony Perkins is a total believer in religious freedom. He is all about respecting people's faith the way he himself would like to be respected. Like here, take this latest example where he helps a caller make the.....
"All nine justices, including the President’s prodigies, agreed that creating an invisible barrier between pro-lifers and clinic entrances was a ridiculous infringement on free speech rights. In a state like Massachusetts, plenty ofShow More Summary
The president of the Washington, DC-based Family Research Council has met with the Sudanese Ambassador to the United States over the effort to free a woman detained in Sudan over allegations of apostasy.
"While disturbing, today's rulings come as no surprise given the rising disdain for the rule of law promoted by the Obama administration. These latest rulings are not just about redefining marriage but they are a further attempt by the courts to untether our public policies from the democratic process, as well as the anthropological record. Show More Summary
The last four states to vote on marriage equality all passed it, and the last few legislatures to consider the matter ultimately put it through. Every credible poll shows Americans supporting equality; even less credible polls show an even or...
"Oh darn, Secretary Kerry is walking. That's too bad; I wanted to give him a piece of gun." Or, to put it another way: I'm pretty sure ambassador appointments happen in tandem with all other work, regardless of said ambassadors'...