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FRC Hate Group Leader Tony Perkins: God Did Not Make Mayor Pete Gay!

FRC’s Tony Perkins’ Latest Anti-Gay Manifesto: Me Might Lose Our Tax Exempt Status Because Of The Radical Gays!

Tony Perkins


With a nice little money beg and shill for his anti-gay fiction book “No Fear” no less.


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October 19, 2015

No Fear


Click here to donate“No Fear.” These are two words I want to encourage you to live by in the days ahead.

Yes, the Supreme Court has forced same-sex marriage on all 50 states. But that doesn’t mean that biblical marriage and our religious freedom are lost. Now, more than ever, we must boldly live and share the truth of the gospel without fear or hesitation.

But standing for truth won’t be easy.

Emboldened by the Supreme Court decision, President Obama, the IRS, Justice Department, Department of Defense, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and even corporate America, are saying with one voice that sexual liberty trumps religious freedom.

Affirming same-sex marriage and accommodating the so-called transgendered will become an official litmus test. The religious organizations that refuse to get in line with this new “morality” will face devastating financial consequences. If radical activists get their wish, many churches, Christian colleges, missions, and other faith-based institutions could lose their tax-exempt status and may have to close their doors!

Think what our country would be like without churches ministering to the spiritual and physical needs in our communities.

It would be a sad day for America.

But that is where we are heading as a nation if we don’t act now. A bill backed by the far-left Human Rights Campaign was recently introduced in Congress that would protect sexual orientation and gender identity in virtually every federal law — all at the expense of religious freedom.

If passed, this sweeping legislation could be used to punish Christians who uphold traditional marriage and adhere to the biological fact that a person is created male or female.

The Human Rights Campaign has even pressured corporate giants to coerce the federal government to target those of us who refuse to surrender their biblical values to those sexual revolutionaries who want to redefine God’s established order.

As I said recently in Kentucky outside the jail where Clerk of Court Kim Davis was being held, “Given the crisis our nation is facing, the time for being a spectator is over! It is time for all God-fearing Americans to take a stand!”

If we think there’s nothing we can do and sit on the sidelines, their radical agenda for your family and mine will become a reality!

I believe God has positioned FRC for “such a time as this.” No other organization in Washington, D.C., does more to further the American values of faith, family and freedom — and we will continue to do so.

Here’s how we are going to push back against this agenda to preserve your religious freedom:

First, we counter the lies of the Left with the truth. FRC is your voice, not only in Washington, D.C., but throughout the country. Our daily Washington Watch radio program now reaches millions across the country. And our timely email and website updates reach millions more.

Second, we mobilize churches to take a stand and not give in to the redefinition of marriage.

Third, we provide those in government with the resources needed to serve and with the facts to counter the lies and half-truths of the Left. Elected officials who want to do the right thing have told me, “I don’t know where we’d be as a nation without FRC.”

Fourth, we defend Christians who suffer persecution for their faith. When everyday Americans face punishment and persecution for living according to their deeply held beliefs, FRC defends them. We not only keep their stories before the public eye, but use our well-established contacts in public interest law firms to help stop the persecution and get them justice guaranteed by our Constitution.

Fifth, we instill friends like you with the resolve to approach the challenges to your faith with NO FEAR. One of your fellow FRC supporters says it best: “There is nobody else who does what you do. When others just kind of stand on the sidelines, you guys are out there advocating for us.”

Stand for truth.

I am often asked by those opposed to FRC, “Aren’t you afraid you are on the wrong side of history?” My answer is always, “No, I’m not. I am more concerned about being on the wrong side of the One who is going to write the final chapter of history.”

That’s why your support today is so important. Your contributions enable FRC to keep Washington Watch on the air, provide key allies in Congress with the critical research they need to legislate wisely, tell America what the mainstream media won’t, and defend your fellow Christians wherever and whenever they are persecuted for their faith.

All that FRC has accomplished, and will accomplish, in defense of faith, family and freedom is due in part to your friendship. Without you FRC would not have the influence it has today. So please help us continue to make a difference by giving a generous gift today.

Standing (Ephesians 6:13),

Tony Perkins


If anyone is interested if you CLICK HERE it will take you to the  IRS Complaint Process – Tax-Exempt Organizations.


FRC Hate Group President Tony Perkins Challanges The IRS To Withdraw Their Non-Profit Status

Family Research Council President and alleged white supremacist Tony Perkins had some choice words for the Internal Revenue Service in a recent press release where he basically dared the IRS to take away his hate groups 501c non-profit status.  (Which by all rights they shouldn’t have anyway.)

“Some Americans could use a sermon on politics — and yesterday, they got one! More than 1,400 pastors joined Pulpit Freedom Sunday, challenging the IRS’s rules on what churches can and can’t say about elections. The project, part of Alliance Defending Freedom’s outreach, was first introduced to FRC’s pastors network in 2008. Since then, the number of churches involved has absolutely exploded, making yesterday’s event the most successful yet. ADF launched the initiative in hopes of challenging a 1954 tax code called the Johnson Amendment, which bans tax-exempt organizations from making political endorsements. ‘The purpose is to make sure that the pastor and not the IRS decides what is said from the pulpit,’ said ADF’s Erik Stanley. If the IRS does take action on the thousands of recorded sermons that will be flooding its offices from yesterday, one thing’s for sure. ADF will be ready!” – Tony Perkins

Its well past time for the IRS to send out tax notices to Tony Perkins and the FRC and alos  to those 1399 other churches whose pastors are defiantly breaking the law, and preaching political directives to their sheeple.

Thanks for bring this to light Tony.  I will make sure to forward this to the proper authorities.

Tax Returns Don’t Lie – Mitt Romney Gave To Anti-Gay Hate Groups

Well the proof is in the pudding and the pudding is rancid as Mitt Romney’s just-released tax records reveals donations to viciously anti-gay hate groups and HUGE amounts of money donated to the Mormon Church one of the two primary institutional backers of Proposition 8.

The tax returns for Mitt Romney’s charitable foundation reveal that the GOP presidential hopeful has given at least $35,000 in recent years to groups actively working to halt the spread of LGBT equality and, in some cases, intentionally demonize LGBT people. The revelation comes two weeks after Romney said in New Hampshire that he opposed discrimination against LGBT Americans. But according to CNN, Romney donated to the extremist group Massachusetts Family Institute, as well as the Becket Fund. The Massachusetts Family Institute received $10,000 from Romney in 2006, while the Beckett Fund received $25,000 in 2009. The donations came from the Tyler Charitable Foundation, set up and funded by the Romney’s.

“This is just another example of Mitt Romney saying one thing while doing the complete opposite. It’s crystal clear that while Governor Romney claims to oppose discrimination, he is beholden to groups who make it their mission to vilify LGBT people,”

Many people don;t remember that as Governor of Massachusetts, Romney sank to a serious low and tried to use a racist 1913 anti-miscegenation law to deny civil rights to same-sex couples trying to get married even though the law had been invalidated in 1967 by Loving v. Virginia

Make no mistake about it.  Mittens is a Mormon first, a politician second, and a human hardly at all.

NOM’s 2010 IRS 990 Forms Full Of Discrepancies – Suggests Tax Fraud

The American Independent has gotten a hold of the 990 Forms of the  National Organization for Marriages 2010 disclosures to the Internal Revenue Service, Per NOM’s numbers,and has discovered not only discrepancies but also just two individuals contributed more than $6 million to the organization’s political arm – accounting for about two-thirds of NOM’s 2010 revenue, while single donations below $5,000 covered only 8 percent of reported revenue.

NOM has fought tooth and nail to avoid disclosing the names of donors specifically and its financial records.  And now a  closer look into the organization’s federally mandated financial disclosures reveal other discrepancies

Maggie Gallagher sent The American Independent an email in response to a question for a story about NOM’s fundraising. “NOM raised and spent $13 million last year,”  But according to  NOM’s reported to the IRS for 2010, the organization says it raised $9.6 million and spent about $10.7 million with almost half of that going to  advertising and promotion ($3 million); employees’ wages, benefits, and taxes ($1.2 million); and on grants and assistance to other organizations ($600,000). And bizarrely $4 million, or 38 percent of NOM’s expenditures in fiscal year 2010 – was classified on its federal tax form as “other.”

The biggest dicrepency (ie. lie) on thier 990’s might well be that NOM claims that it spent only ($313,746) on “legal  and  ($206,509) “political expenditures” when in 2010 the organization participated in several lawsuits and state-based political campaigns. The Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) shows that in 2010, NOM was involved in at least six different federal lawsuits. NOM has also set up political action committees in various states throughout the country. Last month TAI reported that NOM was one of the top political spenders in Iowa’s 2010 election cycle, making more than $721,000.

And this is just the tip of the possible tax fraud.  The Washington Independent has the full story here.

The Internal Revenue Service must look into NOM’s financial records, the possibility of tax fraud, and the abuse of its tax-exempt nonprofit status and we can help make that happen.

The IRS has a page for how to report tax fraud HERE.  If you find yourself with a few minutes please download, fill out and mail the corresponding form.  The more complaints that the IRS recieves against NOM the better the possibility that they will investigate them for tax fraud.