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  • 21
    JULY

    Bryan Fischer: Obama politicizes air tragedy to promote sexual deviancy

    About 100 AIDS researchers died a tragic death in the Malaysian airliner disaster. They were on their way to an international conference devoted to the subject of dealing with the AIDS epidemic. President Obama, taking a page out of the Alinsky-ite “never let a good crisis go to waste” playbook, shamelessly and tackily used the occasion to promote the legitimacy of sexual deviancy.
  • 18
    JULY

    Bryan Fischer: Evangelicals and their biblical imbalance on immigration

    Russell Moore and other evangelical leaders promote amnesty through their group, the Evangelical Immigration Table (EIT), a group which has the socialist money of George Soros lubricating its gears. They frequently cite verses from the Scripture that instruct followers of Yahweh to care for the alien. Moore and others cite these Scriptures as if nobody in America is obeying them, but we are. Our immigration policy already is the most generous, open-handed and open-hearted policy on the planet.
  • 16
    JULY

    Bryan Fischer: The Pledge of Allegiance and Muslim immigration

    To continue the practice of virtually unrestrained Islamic immigration is to pursue a practice that is guaranteed to further Balkanize the United States and to guarantee continued social unrest. This is for one simple reason: the implacable hostility of Islam toward anything Jewish or Christian. Muslims - in league with neo-Nazis, by the way - have firebombed synagogues in France and trapped hundreds of Jews inside their houses of worship. Together, Muslims and neo-Nazis as one chant “The Jews Are Beasts,” in harmony with the teaching of Muhammad that Jews are nothing more than apes and pigs.
  • 14
    JULY

    Bryan Fischer: Illegal alien tsunami deliberate part of Obama’s anti-America agenda

    Pundits have been debating whether the humanitarian crisis on our southern border demonstrates Obama’s incompetence or his limitations. I would suggest neither. I suggest that the deluge of illegal alien children, a deluge of biblical proportions, is neither innocent nor accidental but a part of the president’s deliberate and malevolent plan to fundamentally transform America.
  • 10
    JULY

    Bryan Fischer: Ann Coulter: the Manchurian columnist

    After reading Ann Coulter’s all-out scathing attack on Chris McDaniel and grassroots conservatives yesterday, the question must be asked: what in the world has happened to her? Has her brain been mysteriously rewired by the political elite, like the vice-presidential candidate in Denzel Washington’s remake of the Manchurian Candidate?  First she takes a big fat fee to be the keynote speaker at a big pro-gay extravaganza, Homocon, then endorses Mitt Romney early in the 2012 campaign, and now she condescendingly attacks the Tea Party. With friends like this... 
  • 9
    JULY

    Bryan Fischer: The Bible and borders

    As we watch this utter humanitarian disaster unfold on our southern border - a “man-caused disaster” if there ever was one - it’s natural to ask what insight we might gain from the Bible regarding borders. What we learn from the Bible is that borders are God’s idea, and that such borders are to be respected. They are not to be crossed without permission.  
  • 8
    JULY

    Bryan Fischer: Birthright citizenship is flatly unconstitutional

    The utter humanitarian disaster we are witnessing on our southern border, deliberately orchestrated by the Obama administration as a part of his effort to fundamentally transform America, has pushed birthright citizenship back into the discussion.Because the current policy is that any child who is born here, even to an illegal alien, is automatically a citizen of the United States, pregnant illegal aliens by the thousands commit criminal trespass in order to give birth on U.S. soil. There is also a bustling business in birth tourism, where pregnant foreigners on tourist visas are hosted by a growing hospitality industry devoted to their comfort until the day of delivery - and U.S. citizenship - arrives.
  • 2
    JULY

    Bryan Fischer: Dem Party chair: “old-school ‘walking around money’ vote buyers”

    Rickey Cole is the chairman of the Mississippi Democratic Party. During the run-up to the June 24 run-off election in Mississippi, between Thad Cochran and Chris McDaniel, Cole commented on what the Cochran campaign was labeling a “get out the vote”outreach. Cole’s perspective is radically different. According to the Clarion-Ledger, Cole used his Facebook page to send this message to a reporter from the Wall Street Journal: “Large sums of cash are being passed around. These guys are old-school ‘walking around money’ vote buyers.” (Emphasis mine.)Yesterday the explosive accusations of Pastor Stevie Fielder surfaced. He claims that he was given envelopes of cash to hand out to prospective voters to entice them to go to the polls and pull the lever for Thad Cochran on June 24. Since vote-buying is illegal, and under state law would require Cochran to drop out of the race, the allegations, if true, would be a major game-changer in this highly charged political atmosphere.
  • 1
    JULY

    Bryan Fischer: The smoking gun: massive voter fraud in Cochran-McDaniel primary

    In an explosive and exclusive post at GotNews.com, investigative journalists Charles C. Johnson and Joel S. Gilbert blow the lid off the vote-buying scandal which lies at the heart of Thad Cochran’s tainted victory over Chris McDaniel in the June 24 GOP senate primary run-off election on June 24. This story is the smoking gun. In fact, the smoke is so hot coming out of this gun it’s melting the barrel. This is not just a smoking gun, it’s an exploding gun, blowing up right in the face of the Cochran campaign and the Barbour PAC that was behind this blatantly unethical and patently illegal scheme. Shrapnel is flying everywhere.
  • 30
    JUNE

    Bryan Fischer: That giant sucking sound: conservatives fleeing the GOP’s “Big Tent”

    When even the Democrats admit the election was stolen, it’s time for a re-do. Sen. Thad Cochran emerged from the June 24 GOP senate primary run-off election against state senator Chris McDaniel with a margin of victory of about 6700 votes. Haley Barbour’s machine dangled enough money in front of enough Democrats to get 35,000 of their votes for Cochran.
  • 27
    JUNE

    Bryan Fischer: It ain’t over in Mississippi

    Evidence is emerging that there may be hundreds and perhaps thousands of improperly cast ballots in the runoff election in Mississippi between incumbent Thad Cochran and challenger Chris McDaniel. Jim Hoft reports at Gateway Pundit that in Hinds County alone 800 ballots have been identified that may have been improperly cast for Cochran. And he provides the photographic evidence to support the claim.  
  • 26
    JUNE

    Bryan Fischer: Will the rebel alliance strike back by writing in Chris McDaniel?

    Chris McDaniel lost to Thad Cochran for one reason and one reason alone: GOP elites tagged their own base as racists, and spent a lot of Republican money to convince African-American voters that a vote for Chris McDaniel was virtually a vote for the KKK. Mississippi is an open primary state. Although voters can only vote in one primary, not both, Republicans can cross over and vote for the Democrat of their choice in the Democrat primary, and Democrats can cross over and vote for the Republican of their choice in the Republican primary.
  • 24
    JUNE

    Bryan Fischer: In praise of discrimination

    Joy Pullman entitles her excellent column on The Federalist this way: “Discrimination Is Healthy And Normal—Sex Confusion Is Not.” She begins her piece by pointing out how the left has hijacked a perfectly good word and twisted its meaning: 
  • 20
    JUNE

    Bryan Fischer: The U.S. was founded as a Christian nation - here’s more proof

    The United States was founded as a Christian nation. The historical evidence for this is so overwhelming that only someone resistant to the truth and the facts can refuse to believe it.At the time of the founding, 99.8% of the population of the fledgling country identified themselves, to one degree of sincerity or another, as followers of Jesus Christ. And 98.4% identified themselves as Protestants. Catholics represented 1.4% of the population, and the other 0.2% were followers of Judaism. Virtually 100% of those living in America at the time of its founding were adherents of the Judeo-Christian tradition.
  • 19
    JUNE

    Bryan Fischer: The lost art of church discipline

    The unacceptably high divorce rate in the church is an often lamented fact of modern life. Now it is true that the statistics are not actually as bad as they have been made out to be - the divorce rate among active evangelicals is actually significantly lower than in the general population - but the rate is still far higher than it should be.Why is that? I would suggest one major contributor is that the church has virtually abandoned the practice of church discipline.
  • 18
    JUNE

    Bryan Fischer: Compassion means reuniting these children with their parents

    Everyone is by now well aware of the tsunami of illegal alien children, unaccompanied by any caring adult, which is sweeping across our southern border. And contrary to the lies President Obama has been telling, 95% of this flood of immigrants say that violence in their homeland has nothing to do with them breaking into our country. They’re coming because the president has promised everybody in the world they can stay and receive all kinds of rewards for breaking the law.
  • 17
    JUNE

    Bryan Fischer: The latest in scientific research: there is no gay gene

    Even the rabid left wing Guardian newspaper in the UK is retreating like the outgoing tide from the lie that homosexuals are born that way. One of the reasons that homosexual activists bludgeon people into accepting biological determinism with regard to homosexuality is that they must have it. If homosexuality is not in fact genetically caused, they have nothing. Their entire argument, their entire movement, is predicated on the utterly false premise that gayness is the genetic equivalent of race. The foundation on which they stand is their claim that just as no one can do a thing about skin color, so no one can do a thing about sexual orientation.
  • 16
    JUNE

    Bryan Fischer: Islam is a contagion that must be quarantined

    I, speakly strictly for myself and for no one else, have argued that perhaps the time has come to suspend Islamic immigration into the United States. The reason is certainly not that all Muslims are bad people who who want to kill us. The great majority of Muslims are nice people who don’t wish us any harm. But there is a significant and lethal minority that does want us dead, and the problem is we have no reliable way to identify them. We routinely don’t identify them until an attack has taken place, and then, of course, it is too late.
  • 12
    JUNE

    Bryan Fischer: Next time we go into a Muslim nation: missiles, Marines and missionaries

    Iraq as we speak is spiraling down into complete anarchy and chaos. Al Qaeda, the infidel-killing organization President Obama told us had been decimated and was “on the run,” has captured the second largest city in Iraq, and padded their coffers by robbing a bank of $429 million. So they are set for years. What do we have to show in Iraq for our 4000 dead American soldiers and our $2 trillion? I submit to you we have nothing. It’s like we were never there.In Afghanistan, we lost five more troops in a friendly fire tragedy this past week, which raises a fundamental question: why are we even still there? What is the purpose of continuing to expose America’s finest young soldiers to mortal risk when our commander-in-chief has already telegraphed a specific date for our abject surrender and complete withdrawal? I ask again, why are we still there? What purpose are our troops serving in that God-forsaken land?
  • 11
    JUNE

    Bryan Fischer: Churches ORDERED to perform sodomy-based wedding ceremonies

    I’ve often made the point that every advance of the homosexual agenda comes at the expense of religious liberty. We as a society must choose between homosexuality and liberty because we cannot have both. Where homosexuality advances, liberty retreats. For example, I have already written about the cop in Utah who essentially has been fired because he did not want to literally lead a gay pride parade. His reservations about homosexuality are religious in nature, but regardless of the Constitution’s guarantee of the “free exercise” of religion, he was forced to choose between homosexual pride and his own conscience. He chose conscience, and now he’s looking for work.  
  • 10
    JUNE

    Bryan Fischer: Bullies and bigots of Big Gay lie again: cop did not refuse to work parade

    The Victorian, prudish, legalistic, starchy blue noses of the homosexual lobby have been in high dudgeon over the last several days. The object of their censorious wrath: a cop they claim refused to work a gay pride parade in Utah.It turns out they were lying. The cop did not, in fact, refuse to work the parade. He just didn’t want to lead it. He was originally assigned to the motor team which serves as the vanguard of the parade. That role would have essentially made him a participant in the parade, and created the impression he supported sodomy, something his deeply held religious convictions do not allow him to do. 
  • 9
    JUNE

    Bryan Fischer: Interfaith services and the demon-god Allah

    Interfaith services with Christians praying alongside Muslim imams have become trendy as of late, with one taking place over the weekend in the Vatican itself. Occasionally even evangelical preachers will host such events in their own churches, with the right hand of fellowship extended to clergy representing Islam.At first blush, such services seem innocuous and perhaps even praiseworthy in the search for understanding and unity. 
  • 6
    JUNE

    Bryan Fischer: DREAM Act supporters to blame for humanitarian catastrophe

    Tens of thousands of children, some as young as three, all without parents, are huddled together in bus stops, warehouses, and military bases in the United States for one reason: the DREAM Act and the shortsighted, misguided and unthinking politicians who support it. This is a humanitarian crisis of the first order, and proponents of the DREAM Act are entirely to blame. When we see pictures of these children crammed together like cattle in buildings designed to store things and not people, picture in your mind the foolish, foolish politicians who support the dangerous and un-American idea that if parents can smuggle children into our country while they are still underage they will get to stay forever.  
  • 5
    JUNE

    Bryan Fischer: Why President Obama is a fascist

    Thomas Sowell correctly complains that it is not accurate to describe President Obama as a “socialist.” Socialists believe in the government ownership of the means of production, and Obama is perfectly content to leave the ownership of the means of production in private hands.No, Sowell, writes, it’s far more accurate to call President Obama a“fascist.” A fascist allows you to own your business, but tells you how to run it. So under President Obama, the government CONTROLS the economy through burdensome taxes and regulations, but does not OWN it.
  • 4
    JUNE

    Bryan Fischer: “Homofascism should be crushed”

    Bill Maher calls them the “gay mafia.” Lesbian activist Tammy Bruce calls them “the Gay Gestapo.” Many of us in the pro-family movement refer to them as “homofascists,” because of their determination to repress, silence and punish any dissent from the pro-sodomy orthodoxy.We can add social commentator Andrew Klavan to the list. Klavan, it must be noted, does not believe that homosexuality is a sin, even though he calls himself a Christian. And he supports homosexual marriage, even though he calls himself a Christian.
  • 3
    JUNE

    Bryan Fischer: Obama’s Bergdahl plan blows up in his face

    Obama’s motive for the urgent swap of deserter Bowe Bergdahl for the Taliban Dream Team is simple: he wanted desperately to get America’s attention off the disastrous VA scandal. Boy, did he. The problem, of course, is that nothing about this latest hubristic act of stupendously misguided illegality has worked out as Obama planned. For one, he’s not being allowed to skate on the statutory requirement that he give Congress 30 days notice for such exchanges. Even wingerleft legal types like Jeffrey Toobin and Jonathan Turley have condemned his actions as flagrantly unlawful rather than praising them as innovative and humanitarian.
  • 2
    JUNE

    Bryan Fischer: The Gay Gestapo brings back slavery

    Slavery, by definition, is involuntary servitude. It is being forced to provide labor or produce a product against one’s own will. When a man is forced, under threat of being sent to jail, to do work that he would not do unless he was compelled to do it, he is no longer a free man but a slave.
  • 30
    MAY

    Bryan Fischer: Politico is right: gay marriage will destroy the Republican Party

    Yesterday, Politico featured a David Lampo piece, Gay Marriage Will Destroy the GOP. Politico is exactly right that gay marriage will destroy the GOP, but for precisely the opposite reason Lampo imagines. Lampo’s argument is that if the GOP does not embrace gay marriage, it is doomed. The truth of the matter is exactly the opposite: it is embracing gay marriage that will doom the GOP and consign it to the ash heap of history.
  • 28
    MAY

    Bryan Fischer: Purposes of marriage: same-sex “marriage” strikes out

    We stand as a culture at a critical point in our understanding and definition of marriage. With out-of-control tyrants wearing black robes substituting their fevered imaginations for the express will of the people in state after state, our nation is being engulfed with a tsunami of wrong-headed and societally fatal decisions regarding marriage.We cannot even begin to evaluate the public policy implications of same-sex “marriage” until we first understand the purpose and design of marriage as an institution. 
  • 27
    MAY

    Bryan Fischer: “Christians need not apply”

    The number of careers and professions available to practicing Christians is shrinking by the day.You can add a career in public health to that list. Dr. Brendan Bain, one of the leading AIDS experts in the Caribbean, has been unceremoniously cashiered from his post for having the temerity to tell the truth about the cause of AIDS. 
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