Ian Reisner first said the dinner he hosted for Ted Cruz was not a fundraiser, but he was just caught giving money to the candidate.
The late-night comedy great thinks the 2016 presidential candidate's views on antigay 'religious freedom' laws don't hold up under scrutiny.
He hasn't held office since 2006, but George Pataki says he's ready to be the next president of the United States.
The former Pennsylvania senator is primed to launch his second bid for president today.
The presidential hopeful believes the so-called gay agenda presents a 'real and present danger' to mainstream Christianity.
The presidential candidate also warned again about the dangers of 'mandatory gay marriage in all 50 states' at D.C. event hosted by an antigay hate group.
Perhaps Cruz should take a look at his own obsessions.
When lawmakers stalled a 'license to discriminate' bill advocated by the governor, Jindal took matters into his own hands and issued a sweeping executive order.
A legislative committee tabled the antigay bill indefinitely, but Gov. Bobby Jindal says he'll issue an executive order to accomplish its goals.
'We need to be stalwart supporters of traditional marriage' no matter how the Supreme Court rules, Bush tells CBN's David Brody.