The pastor of a small-town Baptist church in Georgia says he got banned from YouTube after he posted video of a Sunday sermon he gave about the persecution of Christians in the Middle East.
Todd Starnes is the host of FOX News & Commentary, heard daily on hundreds of radio stations, and the host of "Starnes Country," airing weekdays on the Fox Nation streaming service.
He’s also a columnist for FoxNews.com and appears on Fox News Channel.
Throughout his journalism career, Todd has covered a number of high profile stories — taking him from Wall Street to the White House.
His syndicated column appears on TownHall.com, Charisma News, Christian Post, and the Tea Party Network News.
Todd is a frequent speaker. He’s spoken at The Reagan Ranch, The Billy Graham Library, Values Voter Summit and the National Religious Broadcasters Convention.
Todd is the author of three books – the most recent being “God Less America.” The book is a compilation of evidence exposing the Obama Administration’s war on religious liberty.
“Dispatches From Bitter America” is a collection of essays detailing how President Obama has declared war on the values that made this country great.
He’s been awarded the RTNDA Edward R. Murrow Award, an Associated Press Mark Twain Award, and the National Religious Broadcasters Board of Director’s Award.
In his spare time, Todd is active in his church, plays golf, follows SEC football, and eats barbecue.
Stories from Todd Starnes
Churchville, Iowa is barely big enough to Google. It’s just a small country town – about a dozen or so houses and a church. They don’t even have a traffic light.
Folks around Midlothian, Texas are raising a ruckus after the school district boarded up a pair of dedication plaques at two local elementary schools.
A Vermont diner decided to take down a sign advertising bacon after a Muslim declared that she had a beef with bacon.
A South Carolina elementary school removed "God" from Pledge of Allegiance.
A Navy spokesman confirms that Bibles will be returned to base lodges, and they’ve also launched an investigation to determine why God’s Word was removed from guest rooms in the first place.
The American Humanist Association (AHA) is about to learn a very important lesson -- folks around Gainesville, Georgia don’t take kindly to out-of-town atheists trying to bully their children.
There is growing outrage among sailors and religious liberty advocates over a directive that calls for the removal of Bibles from lodges and hotels run on U.S. Navy bases. The directive comes after an atheist group filed a formal complaint earlier this year over the placement of Bibles in the rooms.
A member of the U.S. Army Band said he was forced out of the U.S. Army for having anti-Obama bumper stickers on his personal car, serving Chick-fil-A sandwiches at a party and reading books written by conservative authors like Sean Hannity, a federal lawsuit alleges.
Do not eat or drink in front of Muslims, and learn more about their religion. That’s the directive that has gone out to active duty military personnel at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, a Department of Defense medical and graduate school in Bethesda, Md.
A plan to house hundreds of illegal immigrant children at a multimillion-dollar hotel complex in Texas was scuttled after the prospect of taxpayers footing the bill for luxury lodging proved too much of a public relations obstacle.
On Fox and Friends this morning, Fox News Radio reporter Todd Starnes revealed that disease is spreading at camps near the Mexican border that are housing illegal immigrants. According to Starnes' sources, at least three cases of tuberculosis were found at facility near Austin, while at least four more cases were confirmed in teenagers at a refugee camp at Lackland Air Force Base in Texas.