Three months ago Family Research Council president Tony Perkins joined seven evangelical members of Congress, including Rep. Michele Bachmann, in a tour of Israel during which they met privately with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Show More Summary
No activist, group, or allied organization working in the LGBT rights movement is advocating to change laws so that religious figures will have to perform a wedding ceremony. We have made this perfectly clear, over and over again. Just as...
Speaking with Family Research Council head Tony Perkins on Monday, Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) said that President Barack Obama is "threatening Israel" and it is one reason she believes the biblical End Times are coming soon. "The nations of the world will come against Israel and the scripture very specifically says all nations," Bachmann said. Show More Summary
Tony Perkins and Tim Wildmon are two of the most proudly and aggressively anti-LGBT figures working in American politics. Not only have they personally said some jaw-dropping things about us (see Tony quotes here; Tim quotes here), but their organizations,...
During an interview with Tony Perkins of the Christian conservative organization Family Research Council Monday, Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) expressed her dismay over the way Jewish people in America have embraced President Barack Obama. By doing so, she said, "they sold out Israel."
KKK-affiliated hate group leader Tony Perkins says religious liberty has been sunk by evil homofascists, just like the Japanese sank the battleship Arizona at Pearl Harbor. Seriously. Via press release: Dear Joe, "Remember the Arizona" was the rallying cry of American forces in the Pacific during World War II. Show More Summary
"Anyone who says the battle over same-sex 'marriage' has been lost obviously hasn't talked to Michigan's pastors. There, a coalition of pastors is firing up churches across the state to rally around the Michigan marriage amendment, even as it comes under the heaviest fire voters have ever seen. Show More Summary
by Tony Perkins March 3, 2014 (FRC) - At 680 words, Arizona's SB 1062 didn't take a yeoman's effort to read. But it was an effort, unfortunately, that few people bothered to make. If they had, the debate over the state's religious liberty measure would have been met by more yawns than pitchforks.…
In a particularly offensive, though not entirely surprising segment, Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly asked Family Research Council president Tony Perkins about his thoughts regarding Gov. Jan Brewer's veto of Arizona SB1062, which would have allowed business owners and other...
"The state of Texas is the latest victim of a judicial free-for-all in making a lawless mockery of the ideals that our Founding Fathers stood for. A court-imposed redefinition of marriage strips away the fundamental right to self-governance. Show More Summary
"Holder's comments are an insult to his office and the office of 50 other men and women who took similar oaths. If the Attorney General can pick and choose which laws to uphold, then can the rest of us pick and choose which laws to follow?...Show More Summary
This morning I reported that KKK-affiliated hate group leader Tony Perkins was VERY upset about CPAC's decision to allow American Atheists to rent a booth. Perkins has now gotten his way. (Tipped by JMG reader TJ)
Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council is apoplectic that Arizona's "religious liberties" bill looks like it's going down in flames, attacking "the Left's propaganda machine," which he says is "in full force, cranking out one distortion...Show More Summary
American Atheists will have a booth at next month's CPAC. The atheist institution, which is well known for its controversial billboards and media campaigns, informed CNN of its inclusion on Monday night, and a representative from CPAC...Show More Summary
"Work isn't a 'faith-free zone' -- but try telling that to Arizona liberals. There, the Left's propaganda machine is in full force, cranking out one distortion after the next in what should be a non-controversial debate over religious liberty. Show More Summary
The bobblehead of KKK-affiliated hate group leader Tony Perkins debuted this weekend at the FRC's booth at the National Religious Broadcasters Convention in Nashville.
Media Matters recaps today's Twitter feud between Kirsten Powers and Todd Starnes, the lyingest liar this side of Tony Perkins. Fox News contributor Kirsten Powers and Fox News Radio reporter Todd Starnes continued their feud over Kansas'...Show More Summary
Why didn't the media tell Americans that discrimination was inevitable? That's what FRC president Tony Perkins wants to know about the time when his team's parties were more victory and less pity: Yes, many states made the terrible, unfortunate, backwards,...
When Tony Perkins opened up his phone lines and asked his callers to weigh in on these new we-want-to-flout-nondiscrimination-laws-as-they-apply-to-LGBT-people laws that are in the news in a big way, he surely expected the usual chorus of supporters that he typically...
"For Senior Master Sergeant Philip Monk, it's been a roller coaster year. The airman, who became the face of the war on religious freedom when he refused to answer his unit commander's question on the merits of homosexual 'marriage,' was not only relieved of his duties, but threatened with a possible court martial. Show More Summary