In her efforts to placate the most extreme elements of the Republican base, Liz Cheney tossed her sister under the bus.
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
The Supreme Court's DOMA decision, as can be imagined, has really sent them off the deep-edge.
Support from religious conservatives is in jeopardy as Republicans are accepting the idea the gay community deserves the same right to marry as heterosexual couples.
Roger Gorley and Allen Mansell's story shows that being in a socially recognized committed relationship extends way beyond the equivalent of a corporate merger.
Bill O'Reilly is 'furious' that people are 'lying' about him saying that opponents of gay marriage haven't 'been able to do anything but thump the Bible.'
Kansas Republican Tim Huelskamp says marriage equality is unpatriotic and will destroy the family and motherhood - and even your apple pie
conservative Christians, did not limit their threats to President Obama and the Supreme Court, and set their sights squarely on the Republican Party.
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.
Rick Perry thinks that he speaks for everyone in the state of Texas, because the governor declared to reporters that both he and the state oppose gay marriage.
Shouldn't we be questioning the right of government to mess with marriage at all?
No one denies that Portman loves his son, but the senator continued casting anti-gay votes long after his son revealed he was gay.
More than 80 Republicans have signed a brief which will be submitted to the Supreme Court in support of Marriage Equality
When West Point hosted its first gay marriage this past weekend, the Religious Right went bananas, talking about moral cliffs and decadence
Whether bible-loving opponents of same-sex marriage like it or not, marriage is not a religious institution.
Nearly 180 ballot measures face a vote on Tuesday. Here are a few of the most consequential initiatives to watch.
Score one for equality, today a New York court ruled that DOMA unconstitutionally discriminates against married same-sex couples.
Is the big tent about to get even smaller? Log Cabin Republicans were left in shock by Obama's support for same sex marriage and some of them may bolt from the Republican Party.
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.
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".