During a CBN interview, Jeb Bush suggested that the only way to fight poverty in America was to defend traditional marriage.
GOP presidential candidate Ben Carson believes if he becomes president, that he can ignore Supreme Court decisions he does not agree with.
Some religious leaders are demanding that liberal justices Ginsburg and Kagan recuse themselves from an upcoming gay marriage case,
Support for gay marriage has climbed to 61 percent, compared to just 35 percent of Americans who are still opposed to marriage equality.
A hysterical claim backed up by zero facts equals the perfect Republican argument against marriage equality
Hillary Clinton hopes the Supreme Court will come down on the side of same-sex couples being guaranteed the constitutional right to marry.
Before any American thinks this will never fly in the Golden State, just reconsider that because of California's direct democracy cockup, the religious right, Mormons, and Catholics from around the nation poured hundreds of millions of dollars into the campaign to pass that other fanatical ballot initiative Prop 8.
Corporations apparently have religious freedom if they are against contraception, but they have no right to speak up about marriage equality
Attorney General Ken Paxton (R) is working to invalidate the marriage of a lesbian couple, one of whom has cancer.
On Monday, the state of Alabama began issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples. A defiant Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice, Roy Moore, demanded that probate judges refuse to grant the licenses, but was unsuccessful.
It's past time for the issue of gay marriage to be decided at the national, not just the local, level. The progress witnessed by the number of states that have approved same-sex marriage in recent years has been encouraging, but this should never have been a state's rights sort of issue.
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.
It's time for the Supreme Court to officially recognize that marriage equality triumphed over homophobia.
Today marks an important day for marriage equality in the United States as the Supreme Court refused to review several circuit court rulings that strike down state bans on same sex marriage.
Gallup released a new poll on Wednesday showing that support for same-sex marriage has now reached its highest level since the polling firm first started tracking this issue in 1996.
U.S. magistrate Candy Dale struck down Idaho's gay marriage ban on Tuesday.
Lawyers for Kentucky have crafted a bizarre argument saying the state's gay marriage ban is necessary for procreation and human survival.
There is a real standard, of course, and it's not God. It is called the United States Constitution, and it doesn't mention God. That is the standard here, not the Bible
Quinnipiac University released a poll on Monday that shows support for marriage equality in Ohio hitting 50%.
Judge Arenda Wright Allen demolished every Republican argument, ruling that "the right to marry is inseparable from our rights to privacy and intimate association."