To romanticize radicalism is a nostalgia we can’t afford, and it’s actually inimical to the goals of equality.
Judge Heyburn: “In America, even sincere and long-hold religious beliefs do not trump constitutional rights.”
The love that dare not speak its name has become the Energizer Bunny of court victories. It keeps going and going.
In an overwhelming 3-1 vote, the Presbyterians have just opened the way to conducting gay weddings.
Pam Bondi loves traditional marriage so much, she had three! (Actually, her 3rd isn’t even real.)
Yesterday was the first day that gay couples could marry in every Illinois county.
They say most Americans agreed with Eich in 2008. And that same majority supports gay marriage today. Does Eich?
A new book has the “definitive account” of the gay marriage battle over the last 5 years. And gets it all wrong.
Brendan Eich donated $1,000 to the Proposition 8 campaign that successfully repealed gay marriage in California.
Last night a federal court struck down Michigan’s gay marriage ban, the 14th such victory since US v. Windsor.
Reagan-appointed judge blasts the anti-gays’ star witness, Mark Regnerus and his junk-science “research.”
Politically and strategically, the Supreme Court’s ruling in Windsor is appearing more brilliant by the day.
Members of Parliament voted 105 to 18 in favor of the new law.