18 Burst results for "Family Search Council"
"family research council" Discussed on The Way (Audio Podcast)
"Some crazy theology move through the churches these days and the family research council, which is a conservative religious group of Christian group. Has really been watching this closely and there is something called woke theology that has crept into the churches and it's coupled very closely to something called deconstructionist ism. And we talked about somebody here recently on one of our shows that the individuals rejecting the idea that there's a hell. He really doesn't know what happened after the crucifixion. And so we've actually seen some very real examples of this in some of our discussions. But this whole idea of woke theology brings about the whole idea that I basically deconstruct and doubt the Bible. And I begin to form my own Christian beliefs and I'm the arbiter of the truth. I'm the one who decides what's real, what's not real, and what's appropriate, and so from a, if you are. Yeah. It becomes a very secret sensitive thing within the church, but even as an individual, it seems like there's a movement that makes it okay to doubt the Bible to basically question its authority and basically go with if it feels good to me, then that's the Christianity I'm going to put together for me and that's okay is what this movement is doing. And of course there's some interweaving of critical race theory and accepting of alternative lifestyles and all kinds of things that are real issues that we Christians need to be dealing with in society. And we need to be ready to converse about it and you and I've talked about this on more than one occasion. We should run from the conversations and we shouldn't be afraid to say we align with the Bible, the scriptures, which basically don't say that alternative lifestyles are okay. They're not..
"family research council" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
"We've got the story up on our website. You gotta check out this crazy video coming out of Los Angeles just very bizarre with the trains and unbelievable. All right, folks, we got a great show by koki's gonna be here Monica Crowley is gonna drop by. Also our good friend Tony Perkins from family research council will also check out with our friends over the alliance defending freedom, plus your calls, gotta be fun, we'll be right back. There's no doubt the nation is facing a financial crisis because of the Biden administration's economic policies. Hi, this is Todd starnes and no doubt our economy is in trouble and you need to take steps to protect yourself. Now if all your money is tied up in stocks, bonds, and traditional markets, you are vulnerable. Gold is one of the best ways to protect your retirement, no matter what happens, you own your gold, it's real physical. It's always been valuable since the dawn of time. Legacy precious metals is the company I trust for investing in gold, and they can help you roll your retirement account into a gold backed IRA where you still own the physical gold. They can also ship the gold and precious metal safely and securely to your house. Did you know a $1 million worth of gold can actually fit inside a shoebox? Call legacy at 8 6 6 5 two 8 1903 or visit them online at legacy p.m. investments dot com. That's legacy p.m. investments dot com..
"family research council" Discussed on Exvangelical
"So like religiosity does play a role How how can we make distinctions or understand the role of people that are the supporters. And maybe what might be different about the leaders of these movements and the people that are actually jockeying for power And doing those things within the within the halls of congress and elsewhere sure. Well i want to save the doctrines religious. Nationalism tend to reinforce authority of scripture of course but also the authoritarian authority religious and political leaders and these doctrines make an absolute virtue out of or 'obedient to liberalist or strict interpretation of their religion and this is very gandhi both for the cleric politicians in elites that they serve Because it reinforces the authority power privilege. So i do think it makes sense. When you're examining the movement to distinguish between the leaders and followers when you're talking about the the people who who whose votes are supporting the movement you know you're talking about the rank and file you're talking about a very a large group of people with a very wide range of interests and concerns And many of them when they vote for the hyper conservative political leaders at the movement favors. You know they're really not you know. They're voting to end abortion or they're voting to defend what they think of as you know the traditional family reunite church and state they're not making arguments for radical we organization of government as it exists really kind of making a statement about their own identity. And what they value themselves. And i think a lot of them would frankly be surprised to learn. All of the policy. Proposals at their leaders are Advocating in particular in the area of economic policy for the leaders of the movement. You've no we're talking about the heads of the right wing policy organizations the data organizations the legal advocacy groups the legislative initiatives. And the like what they're arguing for is a more informed government it's radically democratic movement. And they want a lot more power for themselves in their networks and the political leaders that they support and large part they want a larger share of public funds in order to sustain their movement. This is something that has been key. Part of republican politics for a long time is that they advocate supposedly for smaller government. But then do also find radical expansions of of government. Powering government spending government spending for them. I mean it's interesting. The movement has for years. Allied itself with libertarian. For you know conservative pro couvert wing of the republican party And what they're advocating for policies that are intensifying economic inequality. Which is i mean. Just look economists and social scientists. This is just very well. Documented are in an income inequality in our country's so really extremely high levels. It's just there's so much. Further fall down the economic ladder. I also find this to be a huge irony in Lewis right was pretending to support family values. But they're a kidding for economic policies. It make it so much harder for families to succeed so like if you look right win. Policy groups like family research council. They'll say things like government certain forms of government aid like job training or help with housing food aid for poor families. And things like that. They'll say that this is against the biblical model but at the same time they really want to expand and they are expanding government funding to a right wing religious organizations and churches so that they can supposedly deliver these services to people. They want the money to flow through the churches so they can Number one bolster their own organization get direct government funding of their churches and clergy in right wing.
The COVID-19 War on Children
"I sorta peruse some things. I've been reading some stuff. I've been looking at and just sort of the show. Prep that i do for my normal daily program here in texas and i found this wonderful wonderful piece and it is all about sort of a a war on children as a result of this mask business and i found this wonderful piece by robert night in the washington times. And that's great in it of itself when you take a look at the wonderful work. Mr night is done with heritage family research council. Let's talk about that. Maybe even a couple of other things robert night. Welcome to the hugh hewitt show. Mark davis pleased to meet you. How are you doing sir. Really good mark. Good to be on with you. It is wonderful to have you the piece that drew my attention to you hereafter having collagen benefactors for years is the notion of here comes another school year and it is amid some added cove intentions. I get that variance vaccine hesitancy saving dog about that all day. But once again we have people going to the default setting of perhaps masking up our children and you have a finger to to say about that in the column. Gimme a synopsis. And then we'll go deeper well. What prompted the column was I was reading about the district of columbia which passed vaccination law. That says kids as young as eleven can obtain immunization shots without their parents knowledge or consent. And i thought wait a second. The government's getting between parents and their eleven year olds this is outrageous And then i looked further and Philadelphia has the same type of law. San francisco has kids can go in and get vaccinated at as young as eleven and on up
"family research council" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Got a 100% rating from Family Research Council and the 0% rating from Planned Parenthood and a 0% from NARAL Pro Choice America. So, Senator Rubio, I guess we know where you stand on this issue. Um, yeah, You know, I always remind people that The whole issue of abortion is a very difficult issue. And because it does, in fact involved Ah, woman's right toe choose what she wants with her body. The problem is that on the issue of abortion is another human being involved in that's an unborn child's right to live. You got these two competing rights. Rightto livers is the right to choose and on that I heard on the side of life or I choose on the side of life because it's the most fundamental of rights without life. None of the other rights we claim a possible There is freedom of religion, freedom of speech, democracy. None of these things are possible without life. And and so I think every time we're forced to choose between the human, especially innocent human life And some other right. I'm gonna be pretty clear about that. So pro life voters feel like they lost big time in November. In fact, I believe that the new Supreme Court and a number of new appeals court judges will soon be returning the decision to the states and that Republicans won big in state legislatures. How do you analyze November from the perspective of being a pro life defender for as long as you've been in the Senate? Well, if you think about it in the state legislatures, um you know where we picked up, not just seats but states. That's very good news, because that's the places where you're going to see laws passed that are eventually going to find a way to the Supreme Court. And these laws are not intended to deny anyone any rights. They're denied. Many cases they're they're designed to prevent the most outrageous and egregious abortion practices like you know, a child that's born alive and our childhood that that is, you know, the partial birth. Techniques that are used also safety. I mean the licensing and requirements that the doctors be there. I think at the federal level the one that I think makes all the sense in the world. Is a law that I've been a part of for many years now, which is to say that you cannot move someone across state lines so minor for purposes of an abortion. Um, you think about all the things that a minor needs parental permission for? But in many states abortion's not one of them, so I think that's a big win. I think the other thing is the judiciary again. The courts don't make policy decisions or they shouldn't be making policy decisions. They make constitutional decisions. And the idea that somehow the federal U. S Constitution. Has in it and a next close it for an implicit privacy right that applies to abortion is something that that I think is going to continue to be tested. I believe that row will be overturned by this court, and I believe it will not be long and it will not, by the way make abortion illegal in places like California and New York, which have been in fact embedded in their state constitutions. That is a false dichotomy. But other states that have a different political point of view will, in fact being able to legislate on the issue of when and when not abortion is available. At their at their own direction. They will no longer be controlled by the federal Supreme Court and Senator Ruby. I think you support that position, do you not? Yes. So if you think about it, I mean in that, then that's the debate. We need to take to the state capitals. But I think that's one of the big, you know things that they say out there. They're just aren't true, and they confuse people. And that is well. If Robi when it goes away, it makes it illegal. But Robie wait says is that no state can make abortion illegal. It doesn't say what states can do. And as you pointed out, there are states and I anticipate there will be states where the law will continue to be what it is, but what it does. One of the things that row has done is it's made it very difficult to make. What's already a terrible practice to make it safer or or to ensure that some of the worst abuses don't occur. And so, frankly, the one thing that always angers me. If you think about it, they're never asked us but really leading Democratic politicians. In order to get 100% rating they need from the pro abortion groups. They can't be in favor of any restrictions. Of any kind, none whatsoever, and that includes late term abortions. They can't be for that. There. Never asked about that, even though that's a position that the overwhelming majority of Americans that's a practice that overwhelming majority of Americans think should not be occurring. Not only not think that they find it repulsive. Now, Senator, I want to get to a couple other issues. First of all the vaccine rollout in your state is doing well. Governor to Santa's has actually been one of the superstars of dealing with the virus. How do you assess? The vaccine rollout in Florida right now. Look, it's a difficult thing to do. So I have to assess it by comparing it to other states and I can tell you we're doing much better than some of the states that get all of the glory from the national media. It's one of those issues that really points to you. Sort of the implicit bias and the narratives that are chosen by the national media. Some are worse than others. Yeah, you would think that New York is a shining example of how to do this and get me anything. California's a complete another disaster. We've got people trying to come to Florida just to get the vaccine and we had to actually deal with that issue that people come there to get the vaccine because it can't have no chance of getting it in their own state. And remember Florida, like all states depends on what the federal government's making available to them..
"family research council" Discussed on Exvangelical
"You mentioned the Family Research Council and I'd love to talk a little bit about. Some of the key organizations in the key leaders. That are that are part of these groups that are doing the lobbying actively right now they have been for decades, but then have made a lot of. progress towards their goals with during the Trenton the trump administration. In particular in your book, you talk about attending a family research. Council. Event in two thousand eighteen can you talk about what sort of what sort of leaders spoke there and what their their goals were and how they were trying to convince passers to? Effectively lobby their congregations for these conservative causes. Sure it will values voter summit happens every year I tend to go every year and it's a gathering of some of the most powerful religious right leaders and activists and politicians that they favor. So at that two thousand eighteen values voter summit, Ralph Reed, who is ahead of faith and freedom coalition he's been in the movement movement either for many years very clever politically. And is all designed to sort of turn out vote we they're really. Talking about getting up to vote for the midterm elections. And Malphrus, said peanuts we do. Our jobs are going to be more shocked this time than they were the last time he was referring to two thousand sixteen in fact that so many. People in the center left. Miss Calculated..
"family research council" Discussed on Exvangelical
"We Organization of government as as it exists really kind of making a statement about their own identity and what they value in themselves. And I think a lot of them would frankly be surprised to learn of all of the policy proposals at their leaders are. Advocating in particular in the area of economic policy. For the leaders of the movement you know we're talking about the heads of the right wing policy organizations, the data organizations, the legal advocacy groups the legislative initiatives, the like. What they're arguing for is a more informed government. It's radically Democratic Movement. And they want a lot more power for themselves in their networks and the political leaders that they support and a large part. They want a larger share of public funds in order to sustain their movement are this is something that that has been key part of Republican politics for a long time is that they advocate supposedly for smaller government but then Do and also find radical expansions of of government power and government spending. Government spending for them. I mean, it's interesting. The movement has for years allied itself with. Super Conservative prokuplje weighing the Republican Party and what they're advocate for our policies that are intensifying economic inequality, which is you know I mean just look economists and social scientists. This is just very well documented are in income inequality in our country's. Really extremely high levels. It's just there's so much further fall down the economic ladder. I find this to huge irony in the. You know the. Religious right is was pretending to support family values, but they're advocating for economic policies. It make it so much harder for families to succeed. Right wing policy groups like Family Research Council they'll say things like government forms of government aid like job training or help with housing or food aid for poor families and things like that. They'll say this is against the biblical model. But at the same time, they really want to expand and they are expanding government funding to a right wing religious organizations in churches so that they can..
"family research council" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Politics dot com. It's terrific piece canceled culture in the historical illiteracy that fuels or just that people. It's not so much red versus blue right versus left a smart versus dumb at this point reading from and then we'll get to our guest. We ought to take a nuanced, historical informed view of removing statues and memorials. This in part means rejecting the rush to erase the past and re committing toe learning our history. This history while complicated and full of imperfectly people is worth three memory, learning from and sometimes celebrating. That is a great paragraph. Welcome David Clawson. He's a research fellow for religious freedom and biblical worldview at the Family Research Council. Mr Clauson Welcome to Double dancer. That is a great statement. Please elaborate. Well, First of all, John really appreciate you having me on your show. And, you know, I wrote this piece of the real clear politics ran because I really am concerned about what we're seeing with this cancel culture, you could say, um And I think recent polls actually show that the vast majority of Americans are also concerned about cancel culture, which is really this ill liberal crude crusade. To really punish individuals for past actions, even actions that might just you know, go against the prevailing zeitgeist. I think I write in the piece, but absolutely. I think that Americans as conservatives, especially, we really do need to take a nuanced Historically informed view of our history. I don't you know, I don't necessarily think of it just as a conservative or liberal battle. I think it's really a problem of as the headline read today. This one caught my eye canceled culture and the historical illiteracy that fuels it. I mean, when you have mobs tearing down Ulysses s. Grant and I have been and statues to the Emancipation Proclamation. It makes absolutely no sense on any level. No, it makes no sense. You know, at first, the first couple of statues to kind of come down we're Confederate generals or those related to the Confederacy. But you're absolutely right. Other statue that have come down Ulysses s scaring of George Washington. The abolitionists African American Frederick Douglass. In Philadelphia. Maceo Baldwin, who was an abolitionist, his statue was defaced. So you're absolutely right. I think what we're seeing around the country, unfortunately, is a lot of unrest. Obviously, I think people have been cooped up in their homes for months on end looking for an excuse to do something, But is this this woke? Cultural mindset that has no understanding of our history. And you're you're absolutely right. That that is for all Americans. That is dangerous. If you get the point where we have no idea what our history we have no idea about the founders. We have no idea about the founding ideals. And when that happens, you began to see what you're seeing. Take place on the streets in America today. This is David Clawson. He's a research fellow for religious freedom and biblical worldview at the Family Research Council. I don't look it as so much a zoo, right versus left or conservative versus liberal. As those who are studied the smart vs the stupid Now here in in town. We have mobs trying to tear down the statue of Columbus, and it was quite violent last weekend. I don't know what tonight's going to bring. Police officers set upon with weapons and you know these are anarchists. These were people that came for trouble. But I say if you want to review any statue on public land you could do so but voted down. Don't tear it down, even if it is and I'm not supporting the Confederacy. But even if it's a Confederate general, if you want it gone, voted down. Don't tear it down your thoughts. No, I agree with you wholeheartedly on and I think you and I would probably both agree. There are probably some statues that had been put up in some parts of the country that are objectionable, and that probably shouldn't be around anymore. But we wear a nation of laws and what we're seeing right now on the streets of this anti authority. Anti American impulse that is completely a liberal, and it poses a threat. So absolutely, if there's some statues that certain cities want to take down go through the council, you know, go through whatever the democratic processes, But we're we're again a nation of law, the nation of order, and we have to go through the channels because of the We were just allowing this chaos unfold on the streets. You know what's next? I shudder to think. What's next? Honestly, Mr Clauson? Thank you much for your time. I hope to have you back again at some point. Absolutely appreciate it, John, coming upon next. Have we already blown the cove ID fight? Even the president minute earlier today that You might get a little worse before it gets. Ah lot better details coming up next W L s checking traffic.
"family research council" Discussed on 600 WREC
"About thirty five minutes or so Tony Perkins will be here from Louisiana who is the president of family Research Council about the efforts of government to crack down on religion but until then J. D. in Nevada JD in a van a welcome to the bill Cunningham show JD how are you JD JD JD not with me let's go to jail and not Virginia Jill in Virginia welcomed the bill Cunningham show Jill our arm I don't know I might be asymptomatic hope you're not this is a land line phone I hope you're not afraid of taking any virus or through the wire what if I do I got the Brazilian pepper tree and I get the Brazilian pepper tree if it's enacted by some sort of witch doctor all being good check thank and nobody was hurt and nobody produces anything in the paper they say they want yep no question we have to work in many in the media is rooting for a bad outcome for political purposes our I think I think there are people I'm serious I think there are people who was like a bad outcome not only for political Sir there are people who just want mystery because they they get picked up kind of makes them makes your miserable life feel better if other people are feeling bad there are really people like somebody has to do something you can't put everybody out on and nobody worked in the money from somewhere from because nobody working come on this doesn't make any jail in Virginia you've had ten deaths per one hundred thousand ten per one hundred thousand I know of that four were in nursing homes which means you're not the general population so the general population the home of the Cavaliers you have six deaths per one hundred thousand is that a catastrophe the only run around being former member of the Ku Klux Klan is doing exactly what the left tells him to do because of the governor Virginia done do what he's told to do he'll have to leave office I'm not that guy that guys the worst governor I think in the nation right now it just doesn't make and this is a matter of fact and I really do not believe in public education on Pringle really but the the store was returned and then a free agent so I can see why they might be increased internal management people didn't work are free agents and they are able to decide whether or not to go hi Jill thanks for one thing it has to happen I don't know what parents do today without day care and without the schools and they have to go to work I don't know how you function I know we're here in Ohio this got to be some announcement Monday or Tuesday from governor Mike DeWine somehow that you have to open up business in my parents decide how to conduct their own affairs whether or not to go to a restaurant and what to do what not to do I don't know how you can function in a society in which there's no daycare no babysitting services in school isn't in session in which case mom or dad or both need to go to work and what happens to the kids normally they're in school or day care bye bye government law at least in Ohio Kentucky Indiana daycares are closed so I don't know how you can function moms and dads should decide if they care for the children meets the needs of the children and not some government official says continue with more of a line becomes available eight six six six four seven seven three three seven coming up in about the what about forty minutes or so from Louisiana is my friend and yours Tony Perkins of the family Research Council he's got a missive out to many pastors religious types the rabbis mullahs and more that the religious organizations cannot be shut down by government order that the practice your religion is fundamental to this country many your freedoms are not such as the ability to operate a dry cleaning service with the ability to operate a cigar stand but let's face it the reason the country was found in the first place was because all the religious prosecution happening in Europe and and those religious individuals came here and the first thing they did was Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof and so we'll see what happens with that down the road in about thirty five minutes Tony Perkins top for the next hours congressman Brad Wenstrup then talk about the Flynn situation which is horrendous and later on is Jenny Beth Martin to discuss how.
"family research council" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Blog is really your stepping stone to ultimately being on Christmas day group which includes organizations like finalized defending freedom family Research Council the American college of pediatricians liberty counsel Pacific justice institute but that he watched Webster's where they list all these other activities by groups that they think are bad actors one step one step right I mean can I wanted people to understand it wouldn't matter what the SPLC says is is is as important as as walked us some fascist group would say up blocked watch blog now but I just want to add you made the point though big business uses them for yes that that's what that's not the only reason this is but this is of any significance why is this significant I'm saying this is no no no no no I know what I'm saying that's the only reason what they say has any significance because Amazon will for example will listen to them it's what gives them their power is the fact that they have these very powerful corporate partners to weaponize their lists and so it's not just some like Amazon that I've already made the decision to rely on one protector please rely on them in different ways and social media companies as well from the standpoint of censoring content online but they are actively trying right now to get banks and financial institutions credit card companies we just caught off funding to groups the SPLC puts on the blacklist and so asking donor advised funds to stop honoring requests to send donations to groups on this list Raskin credit card companies no more classes in the donations to these groups they ran a corporate pressure campaign last year in that master card to get exactly that outcome now MasterCard resisted a last year but they don't typically laid on their sports can go away on the lot they're going to come back you can use to mount pressure so they get what they want a student again and again and again it's really a problem for everyone on the right is a problem for conservatism the last has these kind of organizations like SPLC better the vanguard to cancel culture and they truly do not want to debate or dialogue they want to cancel people from our economic system from our cultural you know system if they disagree with them and they actually are pretty effectively getting corporations like Amazon to listen to them and use them to put their label going to affect the issue is in the middle of the coronavirus locked though this is what pre occupies what gives the meaning if if a group says that we believe that marriage should be between a man and a woman even if it does zero to discriminate against gays it is considered a hate group in other words if you say what Barack Obama said for the first half of his presidency that marriage is the union of a man and a woman that is now hate correct well everybody yes I think the reality is now they will say they will dispute that and say that's not will get you on the list but that their definition is completely very way way way what currently allowed so that and that's why we're on the list I mean they they characterize our where the company is not well anyway you your here you bring so many of these things the court your truly significant organization and I just want people to know about you again so give me that website right your freedom fund dot org well we appreciate you your freedom fund dot com he's at the receiver Victor St dot org or dot com okay he's gone okay thirty said the co take a look because I want people to go there it's folks remember good people are divided among three groups of fighters those who help the fighters and those who do nothing those who help the fighters are important as the fighters the biggest group of good people do nothing for work there it is okay your freedom fund dot org that's right cancel culture with with with the all right Janet a mountain top Pennsylvania the famous Janet mountaintop high hi Dennis I just want to tell you first thank you for taking my call and I love the male female our women want epic filled with wonderful but it's coming up next our next there was a male female our okay I work I work on every day I had a comment on something you mentioned at the beginning of the show today about a nursing home my mom is she's eighty five he wanna assisted living personal care home and she hasn't been able to have visitors and March the twelfth and he should call me today I do I mean I talk on the phone she show me today's youth care and she's frustrated and she hopeless and before that she was driving there that's right I'm very I'm very concerned that stay on the show and by the Dennis Prager show live from the relief factor pain free studio so my.
"family research council" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Which has a history of supporting organizations that are hostile to lesbian gay bisexual transgender and queer people families and communities. the letter names exodus international which supports a so called conversion therapy along with the family Research Council the letter cited the leftist southern poverty law center calling efforts you hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center is a joke it has been a joke for years the letters night quote while many Christians are supportive of the LGBTQ community and many are members themselves the culture of chick fillet foster's hate and discrimination on multiple levels really how many levels like ten to one of those but not the basement level apparently so what which one are you talking about also there's no evidence the chick fillet actually discriminates against gay people the owner of chick fillet it again and again Kathy and he has personally donated money to traditional marriage causes that's not the same as stripped away the corporation supporting traditional marriage causes or chick fillet the organization telling same sex couples they can't eat their chicken sandwiches. the staff that what we recognize a contractual obligations do not allow the complete removal of the brand from campus we are outraged that they've been allowed to move from the west go underground to a new bigger more central location on the university of Kansas campus apparently they want to keep them in the closet this better than estimates and universities own moves to increase the campuses diversity equity inclusion que you grant to translate a bastion of bigotry a prime retail location the heart of our campus. only been with triple eight from this group the so called sexuality and gender diversity faculty and staff council I feel it like I walked into a chick fillet before not to buy anything but because a friend of mine was buying a chicken sandwich and I got to admit when I walked in I thought the creeping fascism in the form of delicious smelling chicken and also I saw people drinking soda and I was like what discrimination. as a bastion of bigotry. speaking of took place moved to the memorial union letter stating what the union was one of the first places on campus to incorporate gender inclusive bathrooms for the comfort and validation of the experiences and range of identities of the people walk our halls another is a is a chick fillet build the transgender bathroom there okay no that's how this goes. so yes I'm a chicken sandwich is no on the separate sex bathrooms the arrival of chick fillet in this building is insulting counterproductive and unacceptable. man if you are in something by the presence of a chick fillet. you may you may have bigger problems then check for like maybe several makes you like all my god there's a chicken sandwich company that doesn't discriminate against gay people moving into the building next door what are we going to do this is like **** Germany guys. yeah yeah this is what happens when you give people useless jobs after studying useless subjects for useless years. turns out they do useless things. house Republicans pointed out usually anytime of day it's packed chick fillet doesn't discriminate against gay people anyone can going to get their check an electrical I go somewhere else. yes this would be the normal way that we do business in the United States but no no longer because the goal of the left is of course to force everyone and anyone to disassociate from any cause that is remotely not wildly left wing not even right wing remotely not left wing. another example over the weekend any last year as a producer on Ellen show happens to be a nice person and tell them a couple times on Twitter and he had this horrible horrible exchange with Dana lash the former spokesperson for the at the exchange went like this he tweeted here is the truth I don't have the answer the gun problem the mass shootings I want to take guns away from law abiding citizens many people in my life on guns we have a serious problem we must start talking about gun violence allusions in a bipartisan way. and dental Ashland applied okay here some solutions we have to penalize agencies that do not submit all prohibited cases to the NC I see they're not following the law also we need to stop coddling dangerous offenders in their youth by preventing establishment of criminal records. okay and then any Roback something terrible he wrote back well this is definitely a start. normally call it like a normal conversation but a vox writer named Erin route par who is definitely not just a leftist tack masquerading as journalists he then tweeted out it's silly to earnestly engaged in a former paid and are a gun show on the topic of preventing gun violence how dare you and the last have a conversation with a human like another human wide how dare you do that. so much tolerance so much diversity from our wonderful compatriots unless I can't imagine why political conversation has broken down and white screen you drop I mean I. really that is the attitude so many on the right and I can't blame them because I guys you're making this crazy because you're acting like crazy jerks coming up more of Democrats in Hollywood acting like a crazy jerks plus corporate America caving to the whims of the left in massive fashion Walmart is now going to dramatically alter how they sell ammo and guns will get to in a second this is the venture. 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"family research council" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
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"family research council" Discussed on 600 WREC
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"family research council" Discussed on The Erick Erickson Show
"Heard of binge bureau. I assume you all know who've been Shapiro is you. You may not know that bin is an orthodox Jew. The I've been gosh, number of years. We used to speak together at an event down in Florida. Before it became a anyone who dared anything critical of the president wasn't invited anymore including us. But he, he had to arrange his speaking based on the Sabbath, because he's very, very committed to his faith. And so it's very interesting now to see the situation in Indiana. Nolan Breuer as pled guilty to charges in connection. With painting swat stickers on a synagogue in Indiana and studying the yard ablaze. He's a twenty one year old man says he doesn't deserve prison time. In fact, he says he was heavily influenced to become anti semitic by his wife, Kiyomi brewer for on her under the bus. And the lawyer says you shouldn't put Nolan brewer in prison because there are so many white supremacists. Their brainwashing people and Nolan's wife has already brainwashed him and he should go. And how did how did his wife brainwashing? Well. Been Shapiro been Shapiro brainwashing is the lawyer, even telling the truth. I mean seriously, the Washington Post, by the way, is dutifully noting this? Let me read you this is this is two paragraphs three paragraphs from the Washington Post brewers cases found his way into the national spotlight since the ruling not because of discourse over the length of sentence, but because of a name Ansel mentioned into cincy memo conservative commentator daily wire editor Jeep inch bureau Ansel argued that brewers radicalization was heavily influenced by what his wife, who was seventeen at the time of the crime had read online, according to Lynch to begin with right wing, get mainstream views such as those presented on Fox News. She then moved onto writings by Ben Shapiro and articles on Breitbart news, which bridge, the gap to the notorious white supremacists, and anti semitic propaganda sites storm fraught. Nolan brought bought into the propaganda Shapiro and other conservative commentators have taken social media to severe defend should bureau's work arguing his identity as an orthodox Jew made him on. Unlikely to be the source for his brewers anti semitic ideals and actions. Yet, think I mean, the left is having a field day over this claiming that Ben Shapiro led a guy to become a Neo Nazi bench buroric. Ben Shapiro is aided by the Neo Nazis bench bureau when he travels now has to have security because a Neo Nazi death threats against him. And yet, the this is just this is all crazy in the media is playing this up. The I mean, let's listen to this other, whether this is fantastic. Shapiro is a leading conservative voice among blinis a Harvard law graduate with millions of social media followers. He is criticized President Trump, but upholds, many of the same views as the conservatives who support the president do including out, Lloyd abortion, repealing ObamaCare, and the call to forego, characte, and cutting taxes, any previously were so, so he's criticized the president, but holds many of the views that, you know, white supremacists old like, like anti-abortion laws in what nego- Mike God, gosh, I should say, I'm sorry. I this the. The media is willing to do this, but they're not willing to have an honest conversation about something else, and something more direct and more relevant. So this gets into how the media is the maliciously partisan here, maliciously and willfully partisan, you, we've got a story e BuzzFeed is running the story. The post basically been Shapiro cause someone to become a Neo Nazi, because that guy's wife read, Ben Shapiro. That's the that's the argument. They're allowing the guy's lawyer to make sympathetic as for him by blaming Ben Shapiro instead of the guy having take responsibility for himself. You know where the media has not dwelled on these conversations about Floyd Lee Corcoran's, fluidly Corcoran's read on the southern poverty Law Center site that the Family Research Council Washington DC was a hate group that wanted to harm gay rights, so he bought a bunch of. Chick-fil-a sandwiches, and went to the Family Research Council and decided to gun them all down and stuff their mouths with those bigoted chicken sandwiches from Chick-fil-A. He was stopped by guard but flatly corker said he got his information from the southern poverty all center. James Hodgkinson was also a fan of the southern poverty Law Center, he decided to try mass assassination of Republicans while at a baseball practice notice. How much time the media is spending, attacking Ben Shapiro and orthodox Jew for causing someone to become an anti semitic Neo Nazi, but we've never had the same conversations about fluidly Corcoran's James Hodgkinson be radicalized by the left..
"family research council" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Imperialists in Japan. They did some things the rape of Nanking occupation of the Korean peninsula. And you know, a thing or two Pearl Harbor is where some people did some things, and we're we're the national Socialist Workers Party in Germany. They did some things to some people did something they did some people did something something. That's right. Hate has no home in Chicago. And he says he expresses. Hey, that's funny. We're were walking by best girl. And I we were walking around because we do a lot of that we walk and we're walking in the city, and they're these neighborhoods where they have these signs in their front yard sometimes rainbow flags because they say that Mike Pence's anti-gay because of some funding thing twenty years ago in Indiana or something like that. So they have gave flags because of something. They don't understand. They just follow whatever the party tells them to do it's like the socialist of history where they used to just put flags up because the party told him to do it the flights were different flags, but it's kind of the same spirit, and they have these signs stuck into their front yards. And it says hate has no home here. And then they have it in Arabic and Farsi and stuff because you know, they know who loves them, and who hates them and the Republicans hate them in the and the Iranians love them say that's really they're like the Eli. They are like ally in HCL's the time machine that they're waiting for the morlocks to come. Get them, and they're just going to be passive about it. And yet these signs it has a hate has no place here is actually ironically an expression of their hatred. It's kind of ironic, but they don't understand irony. There hatred of Donald Trump and Mike Pence and me and a good and decent people everywhere. Christians the Dan, Cathy family, chick fillet, the Family Research Council, Steve Scalise. They hate a lot of people there party tells them to hate they have this point eight thing, and they're real good at it. But Rahm Emanuel he said they got hurricane Maria. And they welcomed the ROY Inga refugees fleeing genocide in Myanmar, you know, who's perpetrating the genocide him are against their Hinga. The Nobel peace prize winner soon, young ki- need Koon. And she is the I'm angler name every time, and she is the Nobel peace prize winner. Who is advocating the genocide there where Chicago is taking in refugees, the one that Barack Obama worshiped and praised and talked about how wonderful she has. They both won the Nobel peace prize. That's the the men Mark. Chicago will always be a welcoming city take a look out your window. Rob. Here comes a caravan of buses, but I'm gonna tell you that it's not a caravan. Republicans are going to tell you now that that caravan of twenty thousand buses.
"family research council" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
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"family research council" Discussed on Good Life Project
"And she was like, I want you to my agent, and you know, these stories never work out this way. But I met her agent immediately like Sydney pages. So symptom the agent semi contract like really quickly and said, I wanna be your agent for life. I think this is really powerful stuff and your writings powerful. And I was like, you know, and she turned out to be like one of the most high-powered agents in New York, and they're just like, you know, I I was reluctant, but I was also like a wannabe a writer. It's almost like you have to choose between never on story to be public. But I desperately want. This path is the way that work they do in the world and like I'm getting opportunity. Nobody yet. I know. But then you know, I wrote it I didn't realize what would take to write it thought. Okay. I'll just give like a cursory account of this time and look into research. The first proposal was like I'm gonna get interview bunch of people and do the quickly. Our conversion therapy in America. Story. And then like as I kept Ramos story and trying to mix and other people's there were like your story is really interesting. And you know, that's editors secretly get you to do what they want. They're like this is actually really beautiful writing. When you talk about your father a little bit more. So I did that. And I was not planning to be like an activist or anything from that. But very quickly in the book wasn't selling. But the emails that I get from people who read it in Weybridge and things like that. They were like super personal you don't usually get the kind of response from the book unless something's happening with a g write the book comes. But it's not like an. It was like not a bestseller at all. It's like low down. I I had a few readings. But that was about it. And the responses were so personal, and I would forward them to my publisher and people would be crying. I can't believe people are telling you these stories and it's it's epidemic. Of course at this point. We didn't know what the numbers were for people who survive conversion therapy. We just found out this January. So we didn't know there were seven hundred thousand people alone in America who'd been through conversion, that's a big readership of people who were at least like people who really want that story out there. And so suddenly became the sort of, you know, within the whisper network of survivors, and like in these private Facebook groups, we were talking about this book. And that's the best way. Textually do a book. I didn't know that you get people excited on like a personal level and that spreads out. So when that happened when I got all of those emails it was like, oh my God. This is such a huge thing in. What have I done? What have I opened up? You know in you know, so I felt that. But I was still like, I'm not an activist. I don't wanna put myself out there. But then the Trump election happened, and you know, Mike Pence is a huge enemy of LGBTQ people. He he's been in support conversion therapy to a big degree, Tony Perkins. Who is on the Family Research Council and very close to to the Trump administration was getting a lot of attention, and this was before the election actually happened..
"family research council" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"It's time for data's quick. Fuck. Yes. Because you would probably miss it. Anyway. So. I do I want to start. I got so many things that don't even know where to go. I have more than five headlines just say now, let's see let's start with. Oh my gosh. This one game of thrones season premiere final season premiere was revealed last night before the third season of true detective in which one of my friends stars. And I'm watching it, and it's really good. So it is going to air April fourteenth at eight PM central the highly anticipated final season of game of thrones, April fourteenth, APM central the teaser. The crypts of winter fell was very interesting, and I think possibly revealing so Google crypto fell on YouTube, and you can see it because I'm I'm curious. Oh, by the way, I will be talking about right after it ends, and I'm not going to care about spoilers. So get over it. Let's see Nebraska is regulations on the word meat. What why? Well, an industry wary of alternatives is trying to protect the word meat. I okay. So I get that. There might be. I hate the government getting involved in stuff because people can read labels, right? If you tell people what it is. Right. So it's more than four months after Missouri became the first state to regulate the term meat on its label. So now, Nebraska's popular farm groups are looking at for the same thing. They want protection from veggie burgers tofu dogs and other food that lies and act like it's like me. But it's not. I mean, we are you for the government getting involved in that way? What I'm for making sure that everything that is made is called meet. And that isn't meat is not Kofu is not neat. Just because it looks like meat doesn't mean. It's meat. Just because a rifle is black doesn't mean. It's full auto, right? It's the same damn thing. Stopping those things aren't meet if you want to eat meat eat meat, but don't call. Things if line about being meet meet because not meet. I just don't like the government getting involved. I just don't. Even the southern poverty Law Center, which some say had a role in the chick fil of the Family Research Council shooting several years ago because they put all these people on a list now, they're not like they don't like the women's March anymore. But everyone's been very careful not to condemn the not to condemn the leaders who are the ones who actually have endorsed antisemites. So the southern poverty Law Center quietly dropped support because they're a bunch of cowards southern poverty law center's a bunch of cowards race baiting cowards, and they dropped support for the women's March because they support anti Semite, Louis Farrakhan. And everyone's like, oh, we'll Louis Farrakhan's done. So many good things for the black community. Oh, so that means it's totally okay. For him to say, like, the horrible semitic crap garbage that he said, are you kidding me? What is so wrong about saying? Yeah, he's.