Since the Republican front-runner so often laments 'politically correct' culture, he presumably won't mind our calling it like it is.
The former vice-presidential candidate won the top spot in the House of Representatives with a comfortable 236 votes.
Ben Carson gets quizzed on being a board member for LGBT-friendly Costco; others tout 'family values' cred, denounce Democrats and the media.
Tonight's early-evening Republican debate focused on the economy, with only the occasional dog whistle on LGBT issues.
As the Republicans debate tonight, remember that not all of them consider marriage equality settled.
The out MSNBC anchor said it matters whether DOMA is remembered as a "mistake that never should have happened."
Kyle Kittleson stumps for Trump.
The way the Clintons talk about the passage of DOMA in 1996 has activists disappointed.
When Bill Clinton signed the Defense of Marriage Act in 1996, Sanders was in Congress and voted against it.
If it were Hillary Clinton serving as president instead of her husband in the '90s, the country might still have gotten the Defense of Marriage Act and "don't ask, don't tell."