Gay Republican Fred Karger, who's based in Southern California, has been stirring things up on the campaign trail this year, seeking the Republican nomination for president. The uber-underdog Karger is not going to get it -- candidate Mitt Romney will get the nod. But he's still on the ballot for Ca ... More >>
Back in January, Seattle-based Starbucks endorsed a Washington bill to legalize gay marriage in the state (it eventually passed and will take effect in early June). Predictably, the National Organization for Marriage, one of the largest anti-gay marriage groups in the country, flipped out ("America ... More >>
Gay Republican Fred KargerFred Karger, the openly gay Republican who battled Mormons and the National Organization for Marriage during the Proposition 8 campaign, was featured in the Washington Post yesterday, gaining major recognition for his possible run for the White House in 2012.
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Dan Cathy Statement from Chick-fil-A on Vimeo.
While it's mostly eager anticipation for Chick-fil-a in Los Angeles -- planning and construction continue on the Hollywood location, expected to open in summer 2011 -- the fast food chain has caused controversy on the other side of the country. After a ... More >>
EQCA Executive Director Geoff KorsWith closing arguments for the Proposition 8 federal trial wrapped up, honchos at Equality California and the National Center for Lesbian Rights, who were major players in the disastrous "No on 8" campaign, are touting a so-called "groundbreaking" study on P ... More >>
If anyone needs further proof that people respond to smart, grassroots organizing through the Internet, he only needs to look at yesterday's Courage Campaign petition drive.Patrick Range McDonaldPro-gay marriage marchers in Westwood in November, 2008.According to a Courage Campaign press release ... More >>
Last week, the National Organization for Marriage, an anti-gay marriage group, released a very professional, very message-driven video titled "Gathering Storm" on YouTube and also bought TV air time in Iowa, where that state's supreme court recently legalized gay marriage. In response to the slick a ... More >>