Phil Robertson

"I have eternal healthcare and it’s free," Phil Robertson says.
I read several Facebook posts from CEOs and C-Level executives making fun of other CEOs whose appearance didn't seem to fit the norm. The shallowness of the comments was absolutely stunning.
Don't worry. Donald has lots of prominent Americans, representing a broad and diverse spectrum of America, who've endorsed him and can be expected to campaign for him. Here's just a few of those who are likely to stump for Trump. With these folks in his corner, how can he lose?
While others have traced the first appearance of this bogus Madison quote back to a 1958 calendar, I was determined to hunt down its exact source and prove once and for all that this quote did not come from James Madison.
Phil Robertson slammed marriage equality while rallying for Ted Cruz in Iowa.
Son Jep has not to be like his father, of course, but in the first episodes the new parents don't show any enlightenment
Now we *know* he's tough.
Robertson's words are ugly and ignorant, and the organizers, and all those who applauded him at the Prayer Breakfast in Vero Beach should be ashamed of themselves.
“Two guys break into an atheist’s home. He has a little atheist wife and two little atheist daughters," Robertson said in
Addressing the annual gathering of conservatives, Robertson hit on a number of popular right-wing talking points, including
For the state of Alabama, or any other state, to deny gay couples the equal protection of its laws simply because they're gay is not only wrong and immoral, it's arbitrary, illegal and unconstitutional. It's as simple as that.
Americans who view a Christian establishment as a meaningful antidote to Islamic terror have already conceded the fight to the people they oppose since they would strip the United States of one of the most important pillars of American freedom.