Clinton has made protecting and expanding LGBT rights a pillar of her campaign, and she says she will end gay conversion therapy on minors
John Boehner is doing his best to help the anti-gay movement increase their power in America and learn how to emulate Russian President Vladimir Putin's assault on homosexuals.
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 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.
Contrary to the fear mongering by the religious right, the sky didn't fall, and there aren't any divine storm clouds in D.C. after the DOMA and Prop 8 rulings by the Supreme Court.
The Supreme Court has overturned the Defense of Marriage Act today, and in strong language declared that the law interfered with the dignity of same sex marriage.
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.
John Boehner has skimmed $742,000 in House funds to defend DOMA, but his cap on the defense fund is actually $3.1 million taxpayer dollars. A chunk of that money is coming out of the Justice Dept.
No one denies that Portman loves his son, but the senator continued casting anti-gay votes long after his son revealed he was gay.
Whether bible-loving opponents of same-sex marriage like it or not, marriage is not a religious institution.
Things have gotten so bad for Chick-fil-A and the right that Republicans are calling upon their conservative LGBTQ members in the Log Cabin to save them.
Score one for equality, today a New York court ruled that DOMA unconstitutionally discriminates against married same-sex couples.
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.
Theocracy is coming to with a GOP win in 2012: they have made their position clear enough and it becomes more pronounced with each new bill
The opposition to gay marriage is based solely in religious dogmata, and by legislating against same-sex marriage, Republicans are sanctioning unconstitutional church-based discrimination laws.