Bryan Fischer is inspired by the (apparently false) story that the country of Angola has banned Islam and tells his listeners that we could do the same thing in America at the state level. Like most wingnuts, he ignores the 14th Amendment, which applies the Bill of Rights to the states. Of course, he thinks …
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Dec 01 2013
Nov 29 2013
Adding to the seemingly endless list of things that God is allegedly going to punish us for, Bryan Fischer says that God will curse America for reaching an initial agreement with Iran over nuclear power. Because Israel doesn’t like it. Good news, gay people — you’re off the hook, the next earthquake or hurricane will …
Nov 22 2013
My dear friend Genie Scott is retiring as the executive director of the National Center for Science Education and the NCSE board named Ann Reid, who looks like she could be Genie’s sister, as her replacement. So the Discovery Institute’s David Klinghoffer put up a snarky post on their blog calling the NCSE a “leading …
Nov 16 2013
Here’s an amusing blog post by Bryan Fischer arguing that Christmas is actually in the Constitution. I’m sure you missed it, as did most of us. It’s in there, he argues, because of the entirely perfunctory and irrelevant dating of the document “in the year of our Lord,” which was the norm on all official …
Nov 13 2013
Bryan Fischer’s track record as a prophet is not very good, to say the least. In fact, it’s downright atrocious. He seems intent on making it worth by fantasizing about the possibility that Democrats might impeach President Obama to help them in the 2014 elections. Apparently he hasn’t seen the polls showing that the Democrats …
Nov 09 2013
You’re a Christian and you buy a new house, but you don’t know what went on before you bought it. I mean, gay people may have had sex there. So Bryan Fischer is here to help you exorcise those “demonic spirits” from the property. And this is funny stuff.
Nov 08 2013
Bryan Fischer offers up his usual hysterical response to something the Obamas are doing. This time it’s hosting a reception to celebrate Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights. He says they’re inviting demons into the White House by honoring a false religion.
Nov 08 2013
The Bryan Fischer Award is given to people with a staggering lack of self-awareness, routinely accusing their opponents of their own worst traits. And I laughed out loud when I heard Matt Barber of Liberty Counsel say that “hyperbole is responsible for all of the world’s problems.”
Nov 07 2013
The Bryan Fischer Award is given to those who display are incredibly oblivious to their own contradictions and accuse their opponents of their own worst traits. And for Joseph Farah to write a column entitled “How journalist lost its way” is enough to destroy every irony meter in the solar system. This from the guy …
Oct 31 2013
Bryan Fischer went on one of his typical unhinged rants on his radio show, claiming that Obama is prepping the military to kill Christians, fantasizing that troops may surround the hotel at the Values Voters Summit next year to attack the righteous.
Oct 28 2013
Jonathan Rauch, one of the most consistently reasonable voices in the debate over same-sex marriage, has a column in The Atlantic arguing that we should actually be happy about the most extreme anti-gay voices. At the least, we should recognize that they play a role in advancing equality.
Oct 24 2013
You have to watch the video below. I promise you, it’s hilarious. A caller to Bryan Fischer’s radio show suggested that instead of the Affordable Care Act, the government should just give everyone a million dollars, since that would cover any medical expenses they have. Fischer is very excited about the idea, noting that there …
Oct 23 2013
Now that Ted Cruz has ingratiated himself with the far right and made enemies of pretty much everyone else, he’s bucking for a Bryan Fischer Award with his weapons-grade projection in claiming that it’s his opponents who are willing to “inflict a bunch of harm” on the country for political gain.
Oct 19 2013
This could easily be a Bryan Fischer award. Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council went on Janet Mefferd’s radio show and said that Christians who support government aid to the poor are “treating the government as if it had divine instructions from God to be a form of theocracy.” But of course, wanting the …
Oct 18 2013
The Bryan Fischer Award is given to those who exhibit a staggering lack of self-awareness, accusing their opponents of displaying their own worst traits. This one is a doozy. Ann Coulter is actually slamming the Tea Party types, and Liz Cheney in particular, for exploiting the Republican party for money and ego: