Support for gay marriage has climbed to 61 percent, compared to just 35 percent of Americans who are still opposed to 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.
A solid majority of Americans oppose discrimination against gays and lesbians, even if it is based on religious beliefs.
The crux of South Carolina's argument in support of discriminating against gays is that if it constitutionally permissible to discriminate against women, then it is perfectly legal to discriminate against gays.
Louisiana GOP Governor Bobby Jindal announced that he intends to sign the "Louisiana Marriage and Conscience Act" into law.
The AFA wants the Supreme Court to ignore all other beliefs and all other religions in favor of theirs, but belief isn't fact
One can hardly feel empathy for the people living under Republican extremists because unlike people suffering under fanatics in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan and ISIS-controlled Iraq; red state extremists are chosen by incredibly stupid Americans to govern.
Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, Roy Moore, has made headlines lately by elevating the bible over the Constitution in what seems to be a widely held opinion in Alabama. Because the bible says gays are an abomination to god, it drove Moore to order other state judges to ignore federal court rulings allowing courts to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples.
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.
I'm not seeing anything remotely relevant or meaningful coming out of right wing circles any time soon, until they work out their sexual frustrations
Florida's AG, Pam Bondi, believes that only men and women should marry each other... many times, as in her case. She is opposed, however, to marriage equality among people of the same sex.
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.
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.
This monumental victory for North Carolina concluded a historic week nationwide for marriage equality. Ten states in the past week alone have now been added to the list of states where gay marriage is recognized, bringing the total number of states up to 29.
It's time for the Supreme Court to officially recognize that marriage equality triumphed over homophobia.
The Court pointed out that "the Supreme Court has repeated held that public opposition cannot provide cover for a violation of fundamental rights."
Hatred is as dangerous a contagion as extremist Christianity, and despite same-sex marriage bans being ruled unconstitutional across the nation, the National Organization for Marriage is behaving like a mortally wounded and cornered wild beast.
Pennsylvania House Republican Charlie Dent of Pennsylvania publicly voiced his support for marriage equality today.
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.