But not right away! Miranda Blue writes at Right Wing Watch: Family Research Council President Tony Perkins wrapped up his group’s annual “Watchmen on the Wall” pastors’ conference by warning the conservative pastors in the audienceShow More Summary
"Certainly Mr. Perkins should have had this information at the time the hiring decision was made. Why he didn’t is a matter for another day, but in point of fact he didn’t have it, and when he did get it, he acted quickly and correctly. Show More Summary
"If liberals thought they could lie their way to victory in Louisiana, they've got another thing coming. After steamrolling leaders in Indiana, the Left has met its match in Governor Bobby Jindal (R). Frustrated by the legislators' cowardice,...Show More Summary
Starting now. Listen here.UPDATE: Tony Perkins has the sadz. “These ten legislators voted today against freedom and against two-thirds of Louisianans who support the Marriage and Conscience Act,” said Tony Perkins, president of the Family Research Council and a supporter of the bill. Show More Summary
Tony Perkins via email: There's a reason liberals are polling on the wrong question in Louisiana! If they asked voters about the actual effects of the Marriage and Conscience Act, liberals wouldn't like what the voters had to say. Turns out, protecting the freedom of belief isn't as controversial as the media would have you believe. Show More Summary
"What does an X-rated gay sex columnist have in common with Walt Disney? Nothing. And that's exactly the problem. Most Americans have probably never heard of Dan Savage, but unfortunately, that's all about to change this fall. Despite...Show More Summary
Many thespians have attempted to bring Franz Kafka’s prose to life over the years, and those who have enjoyed relative success—Jeremy Irons, Tony Perkins, Ulrich Mühe—have usually focused on the creepy or hapless side of Kafka. This makes sense, given that Kafka’s work is creepy, and his protagonists are hapless. Show More Summary
Franklin Graham is so not anti-gay, he's willing to literally have his head chopped off to stop LGBT rights.
The Rev. Franklin Graham has defended Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council, calling him a "great American and a strong Christian" after CBS's "Face the Nation" host Bob Schieffer suggested that he has taken his stance on marriage "too far" and pointed out that the Southern Poverty Center has branded his organization an "anti-gay hate group."
"Ben Carson is an amazing physician -- but can he fix what's ailing America? Conservatives will be the judge, now that the famed doctor is throwing his surgical cap into the 2016 ring. Joining a crowded field that already includes Senators Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Rand Paul, and Carly Fiorina, Dr. Show More Summary
In some other alternate universe, Tony Perkins and Rick Santorum are madly in love, own a cute little B&B in rural Pennsyltucky, and have pet names for each other like “Perky” and “Santa.” We like to picture them in this happy context, rather than how they are in this universe: angry, spiteful, untrustworthy sneaks. Exhibit A is […]
The Family Research Council president, who is currently busy attacking CBS newsman Bob Schieffer for making note of his extremism on-air, is back with yet more of the very rhetoric that earned him his reputation. Take it away, Tony Perkins:...
Fox News correspondent Todd Starnes wasn't at all pleased with Face the Nation's Bob Schieffer after the CBS moderator, while introducing FRC president Tony Perkins onto the show last Sunday, noted: "Mr. Perkins, I'm going to say this to you...
Teabagistan has been in an uproar all week after CBS' Face The Nation host Bob Shieffer correctly called the Family Research Council an anti-gay hate group in the opening to his interview with Tony Perkins last Sunday. Yesterday Todd Starnes posted the below rant, bringing in foaming hater Brent Bozell to denounce CBS. Show More Summary
Located in Greenville, South Carolina, Bob Jones University is a deeply conservative institution catering to fundamentalist Christians. The laundry list of rules students must abide by are laughably archaic. I'm sure it will floor you...Show More Summary
So this happened during Family Research Council figuredickhead Tony Perkins’s radio show this week: CALLER: I was listening to Bryan Fischer, and there was a question about if the Supreme Court decides to go with gay marriage, whichShow More Summary
If you saw this past weekend's edition of CBS's Face The Nation, you might have seen host Bob Schieffer ask Family Research Council head Tony Perkins, "Did you really say that justices who come down on the side of gays...
Under the auspices of the Conservative Action Project (CAP), more than 40 conservative leaders sent a letter to David Rhodes, president of CBS News. The letter slammed Bob Schieffer for his recent bigoted and biased remarks and put forward conservative support for Family Research Council (FRC) President Tony Perkins.
In a conversation with Family Research Council's Tony Perkins Tuesday, Representative Bill Flores (R-TX) argued against same-sex marriage by citing the tumult in Baltimore as an example of the consequences of family breakdown -- which, Perkins pointed out, legalized gay marriage would only exacerbate.
Rep. Bill Flores (R-TX) appeared on hate group leader Tony Perkins' Washington Watch radio show yesterday and linked the Baltimore riots to gay marriage, Right Wing Watch reports: Let’s talk about poverty, for instance. The single best indicator of whether...