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Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Christians Not Welcome in Baton Rouge?

By Rick Pearcey • July 29, 2014, 11:12 AM

From Tony Perkins of the Family Research Center:

The degrading comments of a city councilman aligned with the Baton Rouge Area Chamber and other prominent businesses in my hometown are sending a message to Christians and conservative businesses that they are not welcomed in Louisiana’s Capital City.

In attempting to pass a special rights measure based upon sexual behavior last Wednesday, Councilman John Delgado ironically lashed out at opponents in his closing remarks alleging that their opposition to the controversial ordinance was using the council to impose a  "Christian version of Sharia law on the citizens of Baton Rouge."

The comments came after three and half hours of public comment on the so-called "Fairness Ordinance," a measure similar to the one recently adopted by the Houston, Texas, council and now the focus of a citizen-led referendum to overturn it.

The "Fairness Ordinance" would create a new cause of action in District Court for allegations of discrimination on the basis of various categories, including sexual orientation and gender identity, something the Louisiana Constitution explicitly prohibits.

"Led by my good friend Gene Mills of the Louisiana Family Forum, over 75 different churches and a number of prominent pastors assembled at the Metro Council meeting in opposition to the ordinance," Perkins continues, "many making the point it was not Christians and churches trying to make impositions upon the citizens but rather homosexual activists that are less than 3% of the population."

The Revolt of Intelligence Against "Marriage Equality" 
Fascist Love: Meet the New Nazis -- and Their Victims 
Memo to Conservatives: Accepting Homosex "Marriage" Opens Door to "Unlimited Statism" 
Memo to Supreme Court: Who Respects the Human Body? Not Homosexuals 
Rosie O'Donnell's Oppressive Coat 

Monday, July 28, 2014

Leading Liberal Website Falls for Fake Story About Michele Bachmann

By Rick Pearcey • July 28, 2014, 12:50 PM

"Think Progress, a website operated by the liberal Center for American Progress, failed to vet a phony story which claimed that Minnesota U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann proposed 'Americanization' labor camps for Central American unaccompanied children," the Daily Caller reports. "Think Progress’ owner, the Center for American Progress, is populated with numerous veterans of the Clinton and Obama administrations."

Update: Bachmann Demands NBC Apologize for "Lyin' A-- B--ch" 
Red State on Pearcey, Bachmann, New Yorker

Friday, July 25, 2014

Mark Levin Shreds Fox News for Employing Karl Rove

By Rick Pearcey • July 25, 2014, 09:37 AM

"On Fox News' Cavuto Thursday, talk-radio host Mark Levin ripped into the television network for employing establishment Republican strategist Karl Rove," WND reports.

"Host Neil Cavuto asked Levin for his thoughts on Republican candidates across the nation. 'You look at North Carolina, you look at Arkansas, you look at a number of these states,' Levin said. 'Here’s the big lie that’s going on for election cycle after election cycle, advanced by, among others, Fox favorite Karl Rove'."

Levin continued, according to WND, "The fact of the matter is we've [the GOP] lost the Senate over and over again not because of [former Senate candidate] Todd Akin, not because of two or three or four tea-party candidates. The vast majority of the candidates running are your Republican establishment candidates who've never had to fight in a Republican primary."

Go here to read the entire news report.

Terence P. Jeffrey: Karl Rove Is Not a Conservative 
Bozell to NYTimes: Buckley Would Want Bush, Christie, Rove "Driven From Our Ranks" 

Thursday, July 24, 2014

Germany "Like 1938" as "Berlin Police Cower Before Jew-Haters"

By Rick Pearcey • July 24, 2014, 10:02 AM

M.E. Synon reports at Breitbart:

A surge in anti-Semitism in Germany has led Yakov Hadas-Handelsman, Israeli ambassador in Berlin, to say it is like a return to the Nazi era: "They pursue the Jews in the streets of Berlin . . . as if we were in 1938."

His comments came as Islamists were blamed for an "explosion" of anti-Semitism that has undermined Germany’s efforts to banish racism since the Holocaust.

According to German news site dw.de, Hadas-Hannelsman said: "We have nothing against demonstrations or against freedom of expression -- that's the core of democracy. But when, as happened this weekend, it leads to violence against the police or against pro-Israeli demonstrators, then it is unacceptable. I think Germans should be worried by that, because you also hear anti-Semitic slogans like 'Jews into the gas' -- in Germany?"

"It was reported that a group of Arabs shouted 'Jew, Jew, cowardly pig, come out and fight alone' and 'Death to Israel' at a recent demonstration and police officers did not interfere," according to Breitbart. "The Berlin newspaper Tagesspiegel ran the headline: 'Berlin police cower before Jew-haters.'

Jewish Dancers Attacked in Germany
Fascist Love: Meet the New Nazis -- and Their Victims 
Fascism Is Back

Wednesday, July 23, 2014

How to Go From Civil Rights Icon to Bigot in One Quote

By Rick Pearcey • July 23, 2014, 10:04 AM

Re Tony Dungy: "This is the price you pay when you dare to defy the fundamentalist group-think of what lesbian conservative Tammy Bruce calls the 'Gay Gestapo'."

The Revolt of Intelligence Against "Marriage Equality"
Missy Robertson: "Taking a Stand for Christianity in a Public Way" 
Christian Pastor Martin Luther King, Jr., "Changed America"

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

"Our Citizens Are Under Assault": Perry Sends National Guard to Border

By Rick Pearcey • July 22, 2014, 11:11 AM

From Breitbart TV:

Monday, Gov. Rick Perry (R-Texas) announced he is deploying 1,000 Texas National Guard to the U.S. border with Mexico, saying he can not idly sit by while "our citizens are under [assault]." 

Pointing out the tens of thousands pf unaccompanied minors only make up roughly 20 percent of those being apprehended illegally crossing the border, Perry said he can no longer wait for the president to act as gang members and drug cartels flood into Texas, causing crime to skyrocket.

"Under assault might be an understatement," Arnold Ahlert writes at Frontpagemag.com. "According to Perry, more than 203,000 illegal aliens responsible for committing more than 640,000 crimes, including 3,000 homicides, have been booked into Texas county jails since 2008. He further pointed out that the thousands of unaccompanied minors apprehended crossing the border comprise less than 20 percent of total influx and while enforcement agents are giving humanitarian aid to these children, 'drug cartels, human traffickers and individual criminals are exploiting this tragedy for their own criminal opportunities'."

In response, "Gov. Perry’s announcement was met with derision by Democrats who accused him of 'militarizing' the border," Ahlert writes.

"Perry rejected that notion," Ahlert notes, as did "Congressman Louis Gohmert (R-TX). 'Our nation is being invaded in what the U.S. Commanding General of SOUTHCOM described as an "existential threat",' he said in a statement. As articulated in Article I, Section 10, of the United States Constitution, the State of Texas has the right to defend herself, as the largest invasion is coming into Texas."

Monday, July 21, 2014

Green Shock! Australia Repeals Carbon Tax

By Rick Pearcey • July 21, 2014, 08:57 AM

From IBD:

To the shock and perturbation of the green lobby, Australians are repealing their carbon tax. But it's the right move and a big one at that -- a good way to start turning around all the silliness over climate change. . . .

[Prime Minister Tony] Abbott and Australia's lawmakers made the only rational choice. To tax carbon dioxide emissions is pointless. It is also economically harmful. . . .

Carbon dioxide is a naturally occurring trace gas. Humans exhale it, plants breathe it.

It is not toxic, nor is it a pollutant, unless its atmospheric concentrations reach so high --  40,000 parts per million rather than the 400 parts per million now found in our air -- that it crowds out the oxygen humans need to breathe.

"Abbott's repeal is a handful of outback sand tossed in the grinding gears of the green lobby's carbon tax campaign. And if there's any justice, it will set a precedent for other clearer-thinking nation," IBD observes.

"That's why global warm-mongers are in such a froth. They're afraid their decades of data manipulation and scare tactics will begin to unravel."

Peter Singer: Women’s Right to Have Children Might Have to Be Sacrificed for the Environment 
The Enviro-Seduction of the Church
"Most Plausible" Theory Explaining "Mysterious Giant Hole" in Siberia

Friday, July 18, 2014

CBS Airs Violently Anti-Christian Song

By Rick Pearcey • July 18, 2014, 04:49 PM

Drew Zahn reports at WND:

In the early hours of Thursday morning, "The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson" on CBS featured a guest musical performance with vehemently anti-religious lyrics, including a line wishing the mother of Jesus "would’ve had an abortion."

Kristeen Young was host Craig Ferguson’s guest, performing her song, Pearl of a Girl, which takes all three of the world’s major, monotheistic religions to task for allegedly repressing women.

"I never knew I was a girl until they stooped to tell me," Young sang in the first verse of her song. "I never knew I was disturbed until they dropped three volumes on me. But in the Bible/Torah/Quran there are really no good roles for me except concubine and wash woman. I used to be the sad one, now I just wanna stab them."

Hollywood Hate: Meet the Anti-Christians Behind the Attack on David and Jason Benham of HGTV 
Watch Video: Teens Fight Back Against Anti-Christian Bullies
Missy Robertson: "Taking a Stand for Christianity in a Public Way"

Thursday, July 17, 2014

Homeland Security Converges on Random North Carolina City

By Rick Pearcey • July 17, 2014, 09:16 AM

Eric Owens reports at the Daily Caller:

Earlier this week, the denizens of Greenville, N.C. were alarmed because several well-armed Homeland Security cops and their small fleet of SUVs abruptly appeared outside a federal bankruptcy courthouse.

Local CBS affiliate WNCT mounted something of an investigation. Turns out, the Homeland Security personnel swarmed the area . . . , they said, to make people in the community aware of the fact that they exist.

Watch "DHS Staying Busy While Borders Are Open," a news report on Youtube.

Government of Wolves: The Emerging American Police State 
Video: Tennessee Fascism? Did Police Shred Constitution at DUI Checkpoint? 
Homeland Security Buys 2,717 Armored Vehicles

Wednesday, July 16, 2014

"Most Plausible" Theory Explaining "Mysterious Giant Hole" in Siberia

By Rick Pearcey • July 16, 2014, 07:54 AM

Global warming. Says the U.K. Telegraph.

"Chess Came to Earth From Outer Space" 
Crocodile on the Plane 
Obama: "I Don't Know What the Term Is in Austrian"

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Black Residents of Chicago Slam Obama

By Rick Pearcey • July 15, 2014, 09:15 AM

"Black residents of Chicago’s South Side, who recently rallied to decry a spate of violence in the city, ripped President Obama for ignoring their plight while pushing for funding for illegal immigrants at their expense," the Washington Times reports.

Said one man, according to the Times, "For the president to set aside all of these funds for immigrants and [have] forsaken the African-American community, I think that’s a disgrace. . . . He will go down as the worst president ever elected. Bill Clinton was the African-American president."

Black Pastors: Impeach Holder 
Vanderbilt Prof: "Black People Have Been Deceived"
Shelby Steele: Decline of the Civil Rights Establishment

Monday, July 14, 2014

"Spiritual Warfare": Duck Dynasty’s Jase Robertson on GQ Interview

By Rick Pearcey • July 14, 2014, 09:02 AM

Michael Chapman reports at CNSNews.com:

The controversial GQ interview of Duck Dynasty patriarch Phil Robertson, which led to his temporary suspension from the popular A&E show in December -- and sparked a national debate on free speech and sexual morality -- was a form of "spiritual warfare," said Jase Robertson, who added that as the interview went on, "it felt more like an attack because our family has a prayer at the end of the show."

Duck Dynasty’s Jase Robertson, the second oldest son of Phil and "Miss Kay" Robertson, related his experience of that GQ session -- which was initially attended by the show’s entire cast but they eventually walked out because of its hostile questioning -- in an interview with CNSNews.com on July 8 in Washington, D.C.

Jase Robertson and his family were at the nation’s capital to attend a press conference to raise awareness about cleft palate and lip, a condition their 10-year-old daughter Mia was born with and for which she has undergone several corrective surgeries.

"Prior to the press conference, CNSNews.com spoke with Jase Robertson about his new book, Good Call: Reflections on Faith, Family, and Fowl, where he touches on the GQ interview, stating it was the only one he ever walked out on and that he had asked his father 'to stop the interview because the questions were hypothetical, argumentative, and controversial'," CNSNews.com reports.

Quack! Earth Needs Men Who Stare at Ducks and Women 
The Revolt of Intelligence Against "Marriage Equality"

Friday, July 11, 2014

Flawed Study Does Not Show Children of Homosex Parents Better Off

By Rick Pearcey • July 11, 2014, 09:45 AM

Katrina Trinko writes at the Daily Signal:

There’s been no shortage of media coverage of a new study that purportedly shows that children raised by same-sex partners fare better than other children.

"Children of same-sex couples are happier and healthier than peers, research shows," was the headline of a Washington Post story. "Largest-ever study of same-sex couples' kids finds they’re better off than other children," proclaimed Vox, while NBCNews.com announced, "Children of Same-Sex Parents Are Healthier: Study."

But the actual study is a little more, well, complicated.

Or as University of Texas professor Mark Regernus put it, because of flaws in the study, "we simply cannot know whether claims like . . . 'happier and healthier' are true, valid, and on target." 

Thursday, July 10, 2014

Pro-Cochran Forces Allegedly Destroying Evidence of Voter Fraud

By Rick Pearcey • July 10, 2014, 09:14 AM

Breitbart reports:

National conservative election integrity organization True The Vote has asked a federal judge to issue a restraining order against the Mississippi Republican Party, alleging that the state GOP may be engaged in the destruction of evidence of alleged voter fraud from the June 24 GOP primary runoff.

"Defendant county commissioners have continued to violate federal law by preventing access to election records. Now, we think we know why," True The Vote founder Catherine Engelbrecht said in a statement. "If the affidavits we now have regarding the destruction of election documents and other similarly stunning findings are true, then no Mississippian, no American, can trust the results of this election."

Elite GOP Manure Hitting the Race-Baiting Fan in Mississippi
Fox Report: Haley Barbour Tied to Race-Baiting, Anti-Tea Party Ads in Mississippi 
Mississippi Stinks of Gutter Republicans 
Black Pastor: Cochran Campaign "Told Me to Offer Blacks $15 Each to Vote for Thad"
How the New Resistance Can Win the Culture War

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Elite GOP Manure Hitting the Race-Baiting Fan in Mississippi

By Rick Pearcey • July 9, 2014, 10:11 AM

Steve Deace writes:

There may now be a paper trail that directly links the GOP establishment to the race-baiting attack ads used against tea party challenger Chris McDaniel in his Mississippi U.S. Senate runoff against incumbent Thad Cochran.

Independent investigative journalist Charles C. Johnson has been leading the way in digging into the details of exactly who was responsible for race-baiting black Democrat voters to infiltrate a Republican Party primary runoff and save Cochran from losing his seat, and how they did it.

But now he’s been joined by Jeffrey Lord of the American Spectator, who was the former political director for the Reagan White House in the 1980s.

Also, as noted in this space yesterday, Sen. Ted Cruz has already weighed in, saying to talk show radio host Mark Levin, "These allegations need to be vigorously investigated, and anyone involved in criminal conduct should be prosecuted. The voters of Mississippi deserve to know the truth."

Read more at Barbwire.

Fox Report: Haley Barbour Tied to Race-Baiting, Anti-Tea Party Ads in Mississippi 
Mississippi Stinks of Gutter Republicans 
Black Pastor: Cochran Campaign "Told Me to Offer Blacks $15 Each to Vote for Thad"
How the New Resistance Can Win the Culture War

Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Cruz to Levin: Investigate the Mississippi Runoff

By Rick Pearcey • July 8, 2014, 09:17 AM

Speaking to radio talk show host Mark Levin, Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas said the following about the GOP Senate primary runoff between incumbent Thad Cochran and Tea Party-backed challenger Chris McDaniel:

In the past week or so, we have seen serious allegations of voter fraud, and I very much hope that no Republican was involved in voter fraud. 

But these allegations need to be vigorously investigated, and anyone involved in criminal conduct should be prosecuted.

The voters of Mississippi deserve to know the truth.

Read more at Breitbart TV.

Fox Report: Haley Barbour Tied to Race-Baiting, Anti-Tea Party Ads in Mississippi 
Mississippi Stinks of Gutter Republicans 
Black Pastor: Cochran Campaign "Told Me to Offer Blacks $15 Each to Vote for Thad"
Tea Party-Backed McDaniel Weighing Challenge of Miss. GOP Senate Runoff 
How the New Resistance Can Win the Culture War

Monday, July 7, 2014

Why Presbyterians Took Up the "Palestinian Cause"

By Rick Pearcey • July 7, 2014, 07:43 AM

David Paulin writes at Frongpagemag:

What has happened to America’s Presbyterians? Leaders of Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) have joined ranks with the radical left in recent years. They vilify Israel, apologize for Islamic terrorists, and cheer on the Palestinian cause.

Now, these leftist elites are savoring an important victory, having pushed through a resolution to divest from U.S. companies operating in Israel: Caterpillar, Motorola Solutions, and Hewlett Packard. The contentious vote in the church’s general assembly passed by a narrow 310-to-303, and was a long-time goal of leftist Presbyterians, who since 2006 had submitted four divestiture resolutions that failed to muster sufficient votes.

Presbyterian Church Votes "No" on Protecting Babies Born Alive During Botched Abortions 
Iran and David Duke Salute Presbyterian Church USA

Thursday, July 3, 2014

French Resistance Defeats LGBT Lobby

By Rick Pearcey • July 3, 2014, 07:37 AM

Parents in France are successfully revolting against the homosexualist indoctrination of their children in French schools, write Judith Reisman and Tom Hampson.

"Plans for homosexual marriage met with massive French opposition from the French people, and it looks like gender re-education has taken a major hit as well," say Reisman and Hampson at WND.

Update: 1.4 Million French March Against Homosex "Marriage" 
French Protests: Marriage = One Man + One Woman
Obama DOJ: Children Do Not Need -- and Have No Right to -- Mothers

Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Fox Report: Haley Barbour Tied to Race-Baiting, Anti-Tea Party Ads in Mississippi

By Rick Pearcey • July 2, 2014, 08:54 AM

At Breitbart TV:

On Tuesday's broadcast of Fox News Channel’s "Hannity," network correspondent Ainsley Earhardt unveiled one of the attack radio spots that aired on stations around the state including WMGO 1370 AM in Canton, MS.

The spot urges listeners to participate in the vote and warns if voters fail to do so, it will result in the loss of entitlement benefits and funding for black universities.

"If someone tells you that by voting today, you cannot vote in November -- it's just a Tea Party, bald-faced lie.

"Are you going to let the clock run out on today?

"By not voting, you are saying 'take away all of my government programs, such as food stamps, early breakfast and lunch programs, millions of dollars to our black universities.'

"Everything we and our families depend on that comes from Washington will be cut.

"Mississippi will never be the same.

"The question is, will you spend $5 on gas to vote, or allow the Tea Party to send us back to the good ol' bad days?

"Vote against the Tea Party.

"Vote Thad Cochran."

Earhart identified the group responsible for the ad to be a group called Citizens for Progress, which according to Earhart is a group tied to former RNC chair and Gov. Haley Barbour (R-MS).

Mississippi Stinks of Gutter Republicans 
Black Pastor: Cochran Campaigh "Told Me to Offer Blacks $15 Each to Vote for Thad"
Tea Party-Backed McDaniel Weighing Challenge of Miss. GOP Senate Runoff 
How the New Resistance Can Win the Culture War

Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Law Prof. Turley: Obama Risks Constitutional Crisis With Executive Action

By Rick Pearcey • July 1, 2014, 08:44 AM

Greg Richter reports at Newsmax:

President Barack Obama is acting like "a bad gambler at Vegas" by doubling down on executive actions less than a week after a stinging Supreme Court defeat, says George Washington University law professor Jonathan Turley

A defiant Obama promised to take even more executive actions on Monday because Congress has told him it will not pass any immigration reform laws this year.

"If House Republicans are really concerned about me taking too many executive actions, the best solution to that is passing bills. Pass a bill. Solve a problem," Obama said in a Rose Garden press conference.

"Turley, appearing on Fox News Channel's Special Report, called that 'a pretty surprising statement' considering that 'the ink is barely dry' on Thursday's 9-0 decision saying Obama was wrong to have made recess appointments when the Senate had declared itself to be in session," Newsmax reports. 

GOP Warns Obama: Do Not Overstep Executive Powers on Immigration