From the April 17 edition of Fox News' The O'Reilly Factor: Previously: Meet Robert Jeffress, Cable News' Friendly, Charming Anti-Gay Extremist Fox News Contributor: Fifty Shades Of Grey And Gay Marriage Are Signs Of The Apocalypse On Fox News Sunday, Tony Perkins Compares Same-Sex Marriage To Incest O'Reilly: Divide Over Indiana's Anti-Gay Law Is A "Cultural Civil War"
With the U.S. Supreme Court set to hear oral arguments on same-sex marriage later this month, anti-gay activists in Texas are becoming increasingly desperate. Last week, we told you how Dr. Steve Hotze, president of the Conservative Republicans of Texas,...
But he won't bring a present!
"This Court believes that marriage, regardless of whether the union is between members of the same sex or opposite sex, is a fundamental right."
Hillary Clinton's third campaign ad is all about her recent declaration in support of a pro-equality marriage ruling from the U.S. Supreme Court this year. Check it out, AFTER THE JUMP... Oral arguments in the gay marriage cases begin April...
On April 28, the eyes of the nation will turn again to the Supreme Court when it hears oral argument on the constitutionality of same-sex marriage bans. Many of us will look forward to the court determining once and for all that theShow More Summary
NPR Morning Edition anchor Steve Inskeep interviewed presidential candidate Marco Rubio for Tuesday’s program,and like Jake Tapper on his CNN show Tuesday, threw hardballs at Rubio for being in the wrong side of the polls on gay marriage. Show More Summary
The gay marriage opponent explains how she'd decline a wedding invite she’ll likely never get in the first place
Islamic State fighters and Iraqi security forces battled yesterday inside Iraq's largest refinery. President Obama's executive actions on immigration will be taken up by a federal appeals court today. Democrat Martin O'Malley criticized Hillary Clinton for flip-flopping on gay marriage and immigration. Show More Summary
From the Pacific Daily News: Gov. Eddie Calvo needs to retake civics after he passed the buck on the attorney general's legal memorandum on gay marriage to lawmakers and voters. Calvo could have made the courageous decision to end discrimination against homosexuals in Guam. Show More Summary
I believe Hilary Clinton is now telling the truth regarding her views on same-sex "marriage." I just don't believe she was telling the truth in the past, especially when she expressed her opposition to it. Can anyone say, "Shades of Barack Obama," whose views on the subject also "evolved"?
Unlike Marco Rubio, who says he’s against gay marriage but would support loved ones at important events, Rick Santorum won’t set foot in a gay wedding. After the pair decried the media’s focus on the same-sex marriage fight — calling it something of a distraction from the Islamic State’s brutality abroad — conservative radio host [...]
Same-sex marriage is a pretty hot topic these days, so you'd think anyone who plans to spend the next year and a half being questioned about their political beliefs would have their position nailed down by now. But keeping with the precedent set by President Obama, it appears those seeking... More »
A new video produced by anti-gay listed hate group Family Research Council (FRC) claims that a Supreme Court ruling striking down bans on marriage equality would jeopardize religious freedom
A coalition of anti-gay hate groups has filed an amicus brief to the Supreme Court which argues, among other reasons, that same-sex marriage must not be approved because otherwise the nation will be overrun with trampy girls and violent boys. Show More Summary
Hillary Rodham Clinton’s views on same-sex marriage have evolved in the almost 20 years since her husband, Bill Clinton, then the president, signed the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act,
5 key arguments that loom in the SCOTUS gay marriage case. Maine Sen. David Burns has announced he is withdrawing his "religious freedom" bill and blamed the media for preventing a "fair hearing" of the bill's merits. Buzzfeed catches up...
By Joan Biskupic WASHINGTON (Reuters) - As a historic constitutional showdown over gay marriage looms this month at the U.S. Supreme Court, attorneys are fighting over another bitterly disputed issue: their fees. The battles over billables...Show More Summary
Last month, Gavin Hatch thought he was just going out for drinks with one of his friends at Disney's Boardwalk resort but it turned out to be another night entirely, planned out in advance by his then boyfriend, now fiancé,...