Kim Davis continued to refuse to issue marriage licenses on Tuesday morning, a day after the U.S. Supreme Court rejected her appeal.
Conservative opponents of the Constitution see no contradiction in attacking the Marriage Equality ruling as a violation of the Constitution
During a week when both Tea Party darling Marco Rubio and Fox "News" nemesis Hillary "Benghazi" Clinton announced they are running to be the next President of the United States, it's instructive to contrast the stark difference in how the two candidates are covered on the Fox "News" Channel.
A Friday ruling that found Arizona's marriage ban is unconstitutional, and the court's denial of a request to stay its ruling marked the beginning of freedom for same sex couples in the state.
The political and media firestorm about Richard Cohen's recent column, as typical, missed the real issues.
Like the villain in the Despicable Me 2 film, Republicans wanted to make over their image. Like that villain, they have failed miserably.
In a moment that has been years in the making, Jim DeMint was absolutely destroyed by Rachel Maddow for trying to spread his hate filled anti-same sex marriage propaganda.
Just when it seems the discussion has been overrun by insane religious zealots, Pastor Howard Bess offers us an enlightened and modern religious perspective on marriage.
On her MSNBC show, Rachel Maddow pointed out a 36 point swing in support for equal marriage rights in the state of Maryland.
In a single moment the President has made history by endorsing same sex marriage and simultaneously became an instant target by the extreme religious parasites bent on "Reclaiming America".
In recent weeks right wing bigots like Tony Perkins have been featured on Hardball, The Ed Show, and Rachel Maddow among others, and it must stop.
NOM says the rainbow is a Christian symbol stolen by the gay rights people. Would this be a good time to ask for the cross back, since it predates Christianity?
You can search and search; you can look high and low, but you won't find much. Right now, the closest thing the Republicans seem to have to a real policy is orchestrating a win for Bristol on DWTS.
Many Americans are asking, "What happened?" In a wonderfully titled article, “What the #!%*?: The U.S. mid-term elections?” the National Post’s Peter Goodspeed asks and answers some very important questions about the midterms.
Today is the day we go to vote in the 2010 midterm elections. The results of this election will reverberate far beyond our localities; they will affect the entire country and indeed, the entire world.
Conservative Christians fear for this country and its future (that should be read as their privileged position in this country). They seem uncertain as to what the answer is. Do they vote? Do they pray? Do they just scream a lot and stomp their little feet?
Words and actions have consequences, sometimes to the person who speaks, sometimes to the people spoken of. In an environment of hate and xenophobia, the consequences can be deadly and widespread.
MSNBC's Rachel Maddow was in Alaska tonight covering the state's three way US Senate race and unlike his fellow Tea Partier Christine O'Donnell; Joe Miller actually talked to her. Even better for Maddow, Miller's security not only didn't handcuff her, she didn't get arrested. That's probably the best thing that can be said about the strange and uncomfortable interaction between Maddow and Miller.
Carl Paladino, New York’s GOP candidate for governor, did something surprising for a Republican politician Sunday; he went after gays.
What are we to do with groups like the Westboro Baptist Church, which has been designated a hate group by both the Anti-Defamation League and the Southern Poverty Law Center, and who seem intent on testing the limits of free speech? Should we engage, mock, or ignore them?