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Donald Trump's rise to lead the Republican party is the result of decades of agitating by far-right activists who have never missed an opportunity to whip their followers into a frenzy, nursing grievances, and spreading conspiracy theories.
How can Klingenschmitt's latest statement possibly be ignored? He isn't another right-wing nut on YouTube. He's an elected official making laws under the gold dome in Denver. Where's the outrage by reporters and other watchdogs? If Klingenschmitt is going to politicize a horrific tragedy in the name of his anti-choice agenda, he should be called out.
However foolish, corrupt, or hypocritical, you are free to pray as you like so long as you leave me out of it. Alas, godly zealots of every stripe reject that bargain. So we battle on.
Disney's animated smash "Frozen" doesn't have many fans among the right-wing conservative crowd.
The socially conservative Family Research Council asked supporters to help it oppose the reauthorization of the Violence
According to an earlier report by The Huffington Post, Robertson said that "atheists" and those who "hate God" were to blame
The fact is neither party truly cares about Christian morality, certainly not based on Old Testament scriptures. What seems instead to be driving both is power and control. Republicans care about power and control for the wealthy, while Democrats care about power and control for the not-so-wealthy.
Noting that King had hope to "live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content
Pat Robertson has a simple solution for a woman on the fence about serving as a bridesmaid in her sister's same-sex wedding
Right wing pundit Pat Robertson has spoken out against the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community in the