Duck Dynasty

Sarah Palin, Candy Carson, Missy Robertson Headline Mom’s March Sept. 23

While violent Leftist protesters plan to converge on Washington this September, out in America’s heartland there’s another march and another message: The Mom’s March for America—a national gathering of mothers to shine the light on the powerful influence of mothers in our homes, communities, and nation; and raise the bar of decency, civility, and liberty in our culture.

Duck Dynasty’s Phil Robertson: 'Depravity' Is 'Mainstream,'

Michael W. Chapman, CNS News

In a discussion about his new documentary that examines how societies fall when they reject God, Duck Dynasty patriarch Phil Robertson said America today is "swimming in a sea of depravity," where "murder is mainstream" and we "priss around and parade our perversion."

Phil Robertson Prays for a ‘Jesus Man’ in the White House

Czarina Ong, Christianity Today

Phil Robertson's prayer: "Alright Texas, we got here via Bibles and guns. I'm fixing to pray to the one who made that possible. Father thank you for founding our nation. I pray father that we don't forget who brought us. You. Our faith in the blood of Jesus and his resurrection. Help us father to get back to that. Help us dear God understand that the men and women on my right, the U.S. military. On my right and on my left. Our faith in you and the U.S. military is the reason we're still here. I pray Father that we put a Jesus man in the White House. Help us do that and help us all to repent to do what's right to love you more and to love each other. In the name of Jesus we pray. Amen."

Duck Dynasty’s ‘In Jesus’ Name’ Removed To Not Offend Muslims

Michael W. Chapman, CNS News

Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson said that when the Duck Dynasty show began on A&E, the LA video editors would often take out “in Jesus’ name” from the family prayer scene because they thought the name “Jesus” might “offend some of the Muslims or something.”

CHQ Joins Phil Robertson in Endorsing Zach Dasher to Defeat the ‘Kissing Congressman’

Phil Robertson has cut a couple TV ads touting his nephew, Zach Dasher, for Congress in Louisiana’s 5th district. Following Robertson’s lead, ConservativeHQ.com is formally endorsing Dasher as well – not due to his membership in a famous family, but because he’s the principled conservative in the race.

What Does Phil Robertson Know About The GOP That You Don't?

Phil Robertson, the Christian patriarch of TV's Duck Dynasty and author of UnPHILtered: The Way I See It, isn't afraid to speak his mind. And like ConservativeHQ.com chairman and Takeover author Richard Viguerie, he believes the Republican Party needs to get back to the Founders' principles. We thank Phil for showing off his copy of Viguerie's Takeover: The 100-Year War for the Soul of the GOP and How Conservatives Can Finally Win ItGo HERE to purchase your copy of TAKEOVER and receive a free copy of “The Law that Governs Government” by Richard A. Viguerie and constitutional lawyer Mark J. Fitzgibbons.

Phil Robertson on ISIS: Convert Them or Kill Them

Breitbart TV

“Convert them or kill them. One or the other ... It's not like a county with a standing army, and we line up and do battle with a certain amount of rules...we’re going to have to deal with this group way more harshly than we have up until this point,” “Duck Dynasty” patriarch Phil Robertson stated.

Gov Union Demands Firing of Duck Dynasty Fans

Cheryl K. Chumley, Washington Times

A government union at Eglin Air Force base in FL says two senior managers should be fired, or at least removed from their leadership roles, because they have decals on their vehicles that read: “Duck Dynasty: I Support Phil.'

Phil Robertson's Great Advice for Republicans

Kendall Breitman, Politico

“Duck Dynasty” star Phil Robertson has a cure for the GOP. “You want to turn the Republican party around, get godly,” Robertson told the Republican Leadership Conference on Thursday.

Duck Dynasty's Phil Robertson to Address RLC

Breitbart News Staff

Phil Robertson, the patriarch of the smash reality show Duck Dynasty, will speak at this week's Republican Leadership Conference in New Orleans.

Petition Supporting Phil Robertson's Freedom of Speech

To: A&E Television Networks LLC CEO Nancy Dubuc, 
Steven R. Swartz, president and chief operating officer of Hearst Corporation, and 
Robert A. "Bob" Iger Chairman and chief executive officer of The Walt Disney Company

We Support Phil Robertson!

Phil Robertson’s Christian Witness Under Fire Again

Phil Robertson’s Easter sermon witnessing for the Biblical definiation of marriage has gone viral after the video was released on YouTube. Calls from the radical homosexual lobby for Phil’s ouster from his popular TV show “Duck Dynasty” have begun again. We urge our liberty loving friends to stand with Phil and his right to religious liberty and freedom of speech by SIGNING OUR PETITION.

Phil Robertson’s Victory Over the Secular Theocracy

David J. Theroux, Patheos.com

Duck Dynasty has remarkably broken through the Nanny-State malaise, connecting with millions who are fed up with the bullying of liberal elites. The show has further raised a crucial tenet of the natural law, the Golden Rule.

Networks Mad at A&E for Not Forcing Phil Robertson to Apologize

Hollie McKay, Fox News

"Several high-ranking executives have expressed upset over the way this all played out. The network execs think that in allowing Phil to come back so quickly and seamlessly, without apology, sets a bad standard.”

Phil Robertson: American Hero

Jeffrey Lord, American Spectator

Well, that only took decades. Who knew that the Leftist Playbook would finally get seriously winged by a duck caller?

2013's Cultural Winners & Losers

L. Brent Bozell III, Newsbusters

Let's assess the winners in losers in American culture for '13. The first obvious winner is "Duck Dynasty" and Phil Robertson. He's a winner for standing by his Christian principles after inartful remarks about homosexuality.

'Duck Dynasty' Culture War Far From Over

A&E did not commit to stop censoring Christian teachings from its programs, and has in fact doubled-down on its support of the radical homosexual agenda by launching a multi-million dollar advertising campaign to promote forced “acceptance” of homosexuality in direct opposition to Biblical teachings.

Palin: Those Offended by Robertson's Words are Offended by Bible

Right Scoop Staff

Sarah Palin pointed out that Robertson was quoting the Bible in response to a question about homosexuality and those offended by what he said were offended by the Bible.

Jackson: PhilR Worse Than Rosa Parks' Bus Driver

Ian Swanson, The Hill

Jesse Jackson Sr. said that Phil Robertson’s words were worse than the bus driver’s actions when he ordered Rosa Parks to give up her seat to a white person.