‘We don’t tolerate this type of behavior, this type of thought.’
City of Pasadena (Calif.) official Nat Nehdar on the Christian views of the city’s public health director. The city suspended Eric Walsh, a physician and lay preacher, when reports emerged that he had called homosexuality a sin.
‘Being lieutenant governor in New York is kind of like being a baby changing station in a Hooters’ men’s room. It’s very useful, but you just don’t get a lot of work.’
Onondaga County District Attorney Bill Fitzpatrick on whether he would consider running for lieutenant governor of New York alongside Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
‘The select committee is an answer to prayer.’
Charles Woods, father of former Navy SEAL Tyrone Woods, who was killed in the 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya, on a House vote to establish a Select Committee on Benghazi. Woods told WORLD: “I think we’re finally going to get some answers.”
‘For a long time we hoped that a miracle would happen: that the persecution would stop. But the true miracle is that we can have peace and joy in our hearts while it continues.’
Pastor Marcelo Nieva on stepped-up persecution for his Pueblo Grande Baptist Church following a law passed in Argentina supposedly meant to improve religious liberty.
‘How much pornography would it take for an EPA employee to lose their job?’
U.S. Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, asking investigators why the Environmental Protection Agency never fired an employee making $125,000 annually who admitted to watching porn on the job for several hours each day. No one could answer Issa’s question. The man is still on the federal payroll.