There are two issues guaranteed to get the wing-nuts to the polls even if they have to crawl on their bellies over barbed wire in a typhoon. The first is anything to do with not being able to let their kids under ten play with howitzers; the second voting magnet is anything to do with the possibility that Bob and Bruce might marry.
Besides wasting taxpayer time, money, and violating the First Amendment's prohibition that Congress shall "make no law respecting the establishment of religion," Ted Cruz's bill is an extreme case of conservative hypocrisy.
A group of House Republicans have announced their intent to propose legislation to give conservatives groups legal cover to continue discriminating against same-sex couples.
The religious bigots who lacked an argument found out this week they lacked standing as well but like frat boys they couldn't let no mean no
Apparently God already decided what constitutes marriage and he wins 1-0. Of course, they can't show you that part of the Constitution
The Supreme Court's DOMA decision, as can be imagined, has really sent them off the deep-edge.
The rulings have absolutely no effect on any American who is not gay, and still, those unaffected ideologues are screaming the loudest they and their rights were eviscerated with the rulings.
Next year is the year we cannot afford to lose come November, because if we do then it's hard to calculate the extent of the damage coming our way.
conservative Christians, did not limit their threats to President Obama and the Supreme Court, and set their sights squarely on the Republican Party.
DOMA's day in court went from bad to worse, when the GOP's favorite argument: states' rights came back to bite them in the ass.
Justices must acknowledge the prohibition on same-sex marriage, and homosexuality in general, has no other foundational basis than it is prohibited adherents of the Christian religion.
No one denies that Portman loves his son, but the senator continued casting anti-gay votes long after his son revealed he was gay.
Advocates for the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) took a hit today, when the First District Court ruled that section 3 of DOMA is unconstitutional under the equality clause.