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For 20 years now I've heard how the Log Cabins are going to make Republicans better, but they've only gotten worse. I now understand why they call themselves Log Cabin: their role model is Uncle Tom." Frank and inspired a fierce response from LCR
This post's comment feed I've always felt that their main concern is their wallets. Posted by: Mike in the Tundra Sep 4, 2012 9:13:20 AM In other words I got mine, you are on your own. Limited government except when it comes to pregnancy outcomes.
California Assembly Speaker denounces gay "conversion therapy" in floor speech.
This post's comment feed If he were to say that marriage equality wasn't "settled law" in MA he would be living in a fantasy land devoid of basic facts. Not that many Republicans let facts get in their way, but he does have to represent his MA
Rich Weissmann has been a Republican for many years but had never been to a political convention. That changed when he arrived in Tampa this week. "Quite frankly, it did not occur to me as a gay person to attend a Republican convention, and today it
This post's comment feed why are they thrilled? either my omelette had hallucinogenic shrooms and not shiitakes, or i hear ryan say that "our laws come from nature and god, not government" which is just bats**t insane. Posted by: LittleKiwi Aug 11,
Chris Johnson at the Washington Blade reports that LCR executive director R. Clarke Cooper and his team reached out to the Republican National Convention and asked if they can join the conservative group that will lay out the party's policy plans.
Stephan Savoia Associated Press file photo Former Republican presidential candidate Jon Huntsman and his wife, Mary Kaye, will be honored for their work in fostering civility and equal rights in the state. Utah's former governor and first lady will
As state Republican camps craft their specific platforms, and as states diverge on the topic of marriage equality the Texas branch claims the "practice of homosexuality tears at the fabric of society," while the DC GOP last week included equality in
Fred Karger, the openly gay Republican who ran for president without ever expecting to win, ended his quixotic campaign Friday. "It's been one hell of a ride, and I want to thank the thousands of people across this country who volunteered,