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Supreme Court Decision for Marriage Equality a Victory for America

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This is one of those wonderful moments, like the passing of the vote for women and the Civil Rights Act, that change everything for the better. Read More »

The Ambiguous Support of Chick-fil-A’s Freedom of Speech Supporters

If you dig past the chicken fat you'll find something most foul. Read More »

Google Announces “Legalise Love” Campaign

Google calls its employees "Googlers", and seeks their safety from sexual bias. Read More »

Texas Republicans Stumble Into a Better Platform

The new Texas Republican platform is a big step forward and offers ideas the national party should pick up on. Read More »

On Gay Rights, a Church Shows Its Irrelevance

The Church of England wants its voice to be heard on gay marriage, but is only highlighting its impotence. Read More »

Platform Process is a Test for Texas Republicans

Will the Texas GOP platform continue to represent the clamoring voices of extremism and factionalism which are tearing the party apart? Read More »

Book Review: A Queer Thing Happened to America: And What a Long, Strange Trip It’s Been

No publisher was willing to touch this, yet it sounds an alarm to a generation. It does its purpose. Read More »

The Modern-Day Liberal, A Portrait

"Liberal." Imagine everyday political discourse without recourse to this all-convenient label. You can’t! Read More »

Perry and Bachmann Pave the Way for GOP Defeat in 2012

Pandering to the religious extreme is a losing strategy for Republicans and ought to disqualify two of the primary leaders. Read More »

The Attack on the Family Continues as Same-Sex Marriage is Legalized in New York

Same-sex marriage is an attack on the family unit. Read More »