‘Coach’ Dave: Only Super Special Christians Can Serve on SCOTUS

"Coach" Dave Daubenmire's latest ignorant and inane opinion is that the only ones who should be eligible to serve on the Supreme Court are not just Christians, but super special Christians just like him, Christians of the "filled with the spirit" variety. … [Read more...]

Barton: Accusations of Lying are ‘Fake News’

Professional liar David Barton said in an interview that people who accuse him of lying about American history, which he does more than anyone on the planet, are creating "fake news." His argument is a clear non-sequitur: He says the fact that he owns a lot of original documents proves he isn't lying. … [Read more...]

Barton and Dreisbach Lie About Religion and the Founding Fathers

David Barton, who is now billing himself as "America's premiere historian" on his radio show, had American University professor Daniel Dreisbach on the show and together they told some bigly whoppers about the non-existent Christian origins of the Constitution. Barton starts with this familiar lie: … [Read more...]

Beck, Barton Create Apprenticeships in Lying

Glenn Beck and David Barton are teaming up to create apprenticeship programs for college students about God and American history. In other words, they're going to teach college kids all the lies they spew constantly about that subject. … [Read more...]

Barton Again Claims the Constitution Quotes the Bible

Professional liar David Barton is once again telling his most outrageous lie of all, that the Constitution is taken "word for word" from the Bible. He says it's very convincing to pastors, but he should try convincing actual educated people about it. … [Read more...]

Barton Repeats Perhaps His Biggest Lie of All

David Barton lies. A lot. He does it professionally and he does it audaciously. But I would argue that his single biggest lie, which he repeats constantly, is that you'll find "almost verbatim wording in many clauses of the Constitution to passages in the Bible." He repeated it yet again last week and cited the infamous Lutz study to support it: … [Read more...]

Anne Graham Lotz is Confused About History

Billy Graham's daughter Anne Graham Lotz is confused about a lot of things, but let's start with American history. In an interview to discuss her leading of the National Day of Prayer, she delivered the usual litany of fake Christian nation history that has been debunked again and again. … [Read more...]

Staver and Barber Lie About Franklin and Prayer

Mat Staver, the dumbest lawyer in America not named Larry Klayman, and his little buddy Matt "Gilligan" Barber, told a whopper of a lie on their radio show, a lie that has been debunked time and time and time again regarding Ben Franklin and prayers at the Constitutional Convention in 1787. Warren Throckmorton has the relevant transcript: … [Read more...]

Theocrat Running for Senate from Pennsylvania

Rick Saccone, a Pennsylvania state representative who has the support of theocratic authoritarians like David Barton and Sam Rohrer of the American Pastors Network, announced that he is running for the Senate from that state so he can establish religious rule over the nation. … [Read more...]

Erickson Presents the American Mythology

Erick Erickson, founder of Red State, may be a fierce critic of Donald Trump but that has not made him any more coherent or deep a thinker. In his latest column, he presents the American mythology in all its utterly ridiculous and contradictory glory. … [Read more...]

Some Southern Baptists Think Only Christians Get Religious Freedom

Two groups within the Southern Baptist Convention, the International Mission Board and the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, joined other religious groups in supporting the right of Muslims to build mosques. That has led some high profile Baptists to fly into a rage. … [Read more...]

Beck and Barton to Create Museum of Historical Lies

Glenn Beck and his buddy David Barton are supposedly building a museum to prove that the Constitution was based upon the Bible -- I say supposedly because Beck often announces grand projects that never materialize -- and they want to use it in public schools. … [Read more...]