Smoking is an LGBT health crisis. We should look at all options to bring down our unacceptable high rates of tobacco use, says the Log Cabin Republicans' Gregory T. Angelo.
The Log Cabin Republicans have sent Trump’s transition team a bullet-pointed plea to keep the LGBT executive order issued by the president they have undermined for the last eight years. From their letter: At the present time, there is no federal law prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. Show More Summary
The gay Republican group Log Cabin Republicans is throwing a post-inaugural bash on January 21 in Washington D.C. dubbed a ‘T Party’ while Gays for Trump is throwing a “Deploraball”, the Washington Blade reports: “We are havin… Read The post ‘Gays for Trump’ is Hosting a ‘DeploraBall’ Gala the Night of the Inauguration appeared first on Towleroad.
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On Tuesday night, a contestant on Jeopardy! came up short when called upon to name a gay GOP group that supports same-sex marriage. After picking from the category “Leaning Conservative” contestant Dan hit a Daily Double that featured a v… Read The post Log Cabin Republicans Was a Question on ‘Jeopardy!’, and It Left One Contestant Baffled – WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
From Yale University’s The Politic: The Log Cabin Republicans (LCR) has long fought anti-LGBTQ legislation like “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” and advocated for LGBTQ inclusion within the GOP. And although the Supreme Court upheld the right to same-sex marriage under Obergefell v. Show More Summary
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The Log Cabin Republicans -- a group representing gay conservatives -- endorsed Donald Trump through their PAC a few weeks ago. It should strike you as odd that a group supposedly looking out for the best interests of the LGBT community...Show More Summary
OK, this is just weird. Gregory T. Angelo, the president of the Log Cabin Republicans, issued a bizarre, logically incoherent letter bashing gay liberals while simultaneously asking them for money to make sure the Democrats’ pro-LGBTQ policies aren’t completely undone by the incoming Trump administration. Show More Summary
The gay conservative leader said he's fighting for equality while "LGBT liberals were breathlessly lamenting."
In a fundraising email to supporters Thursday night, Log Cabin Republicans President Gregory T. Angelo (above) claimed his group — and only his group — can save the LGBT community from President-elect Donald Trump. Trump has pledgedShow More Summary
Unbelievable. Via press release from Log Cabin Republicans president Gregory T. Angelo: It’s been a whirlwind couple of days, but I didn’t want to wait another minute to share this important news: For the past three weeks, I’ve beenShow More Summary
It’s party over country for too many Republicans, in spite of what they proclaim. “We, as Log Cabin Republicans of Miami, we’re Americans first, we’re Republicans second, and we happen to be gay or allies of the LGBT community. American national security is our government’s first and foremost responsibility, then the economy – those two [...]
From the right wing Washington Examiner: The Miami chapter of LGBTQ Log Cabin Republicans (LCR) announced on Monday its decision to break with the national organization to support GOP nominee Donald Trump for president. “We, as Log Cabin...Show More Summary
Chapters in Cleveland, Los Angeles, Orange County, Texas and Georgia have also endorsed Trump.
Well, I’ll give them credit for not letting their sexual appetites be the foremost factor in where they place their vote. The Miami chapter of the LGBTQ group, Log Cabin Republicans, have broken rank from their main branch, and are endorsing Donald Trump. Show More Summary
There is simply too much uncertaintly about what he would do as president, says Log Cabin leader Gregory T. Angelo.
The Log Cabin Republicans finally declined to endorse Donald Trump, saying "rhetoric alone regarding LGBT issues does not equate to doctrine." From their statement: As Mr. Trump spoke positively about the LGBT community in the United...Show More Summary
Even if Trump actually were “pro-LGBT,” LCR should have opposed Trump based solely on his racist attacks on immigrants (who include LGBT people), and Muslims (who include LGBT people), and for his misogynistic attacks on women (who comprise more than half the LGBT population, just as in the general population.) The group should have been [...]
The gay GOP group Log Cabin Republicans recently announced that it wouldn’t be endorsing Trump after crowing for nearly a year about what a pro-LGBT candidate Donald Trump is, and Michelangelo Signorile takes them to task for it over...Show More Summary