Antigovernment ‘Patriots’ Gather Near Scene Of Nevada Rancher's Dispute Over Cattle Grazing Rights
A Nevada rancher appears to have backed down after threatening to open up a “range war” with the federal government -- but a horde of 'Patriots' is massing to defend him.
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and no surprise Klingenschmitt appears to be a Dominionist since he believes the law of the land must reflect God's Law. So he is not going to be open to any real compromises on his positions and opinions as they are Biblically based
Rightwing Watch Klingenschmitt Asserts "American Law Must Reflect God's Law"
Tuesday, April 01, 2014
Even More Proof That Religious Right Myths Never Die
BY Kyle Mantyla, March 28/2014
A few weeks ago, we published a post debunking a story that had been widely promoted by the Religious Right about a young girl who was supposedly told by her teacher that she was not allowed to deliver a presentation on her family's Christmas tradition because she brought the star that her family places atop its Christmas tree, which represents the Star of Bethlehem.
As we pointed out in the post, this supposed tale of anti-Christian bigotry turned out to be totally false but that wasn't going to stop Religious Right activists from continuing to repeat it because myths like this never, ever die once they have made their way into the right-wing echo chamber.
And so, once again, this same tale continues to spread, this time courtesy of the Eagle Forum in Phyllis Schlafly's latest commentary:
- See more at: http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/even-more-proof-religious-right-myths-never-die#sthash.VKJ7bOSF.dpuf