Liberty Counsel

Read the latest news about Liberty Council, an antigay organization helmed by Mathew Staver. A longtime supporter of the Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy, Liberty Counsel is a faith-based law firm that is affiliated with Liberty University and its antigay founder Rev. Jerry Falwell. It has been involved with a number of landmark cases that have determined the progress of LGBT rights, including Lawrence v. Texas. Read more about Liberty Counsel and other organizations that influence the gay rights movement in America.

The right-wing law firm representing Kentucky clerk Kim Davis claims the Vatican is trying to downplay the intimacy of Pope Francis's visit with Davis in Washington. 

October 02 2015 2:37 PM

The Vatican is pushing back about Kim Davis's meeting with the pope, saying he was 'blindsided' and 'exploited.'

October 02 2015 10:26 AM

The right-wing attorney representing Kim Davis and his cohort were forced to apologize for misrepresenting a photo of a massive gathering in Peru last year as a weekend support rally for the rogue Kentucky clerk. 

September 28 2015 4:32 PM Updated

The appeal will be filed by the end of business today, says her attorney.

September 04 2015 5:15 PM

An estimated 100 people turned out with rainbow flags and picket signs to protest Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis’s continued refusal to issue marriage licenses to any couples in the county.

August 29 2015 4:59 PM

Being court-ordered to do your job as a county clerk is more harmful than being denied the right to marry, claims the anti-LGBT Liberty Counsel in a new legal filing.

August 22 2015 6:00 AM

The anti-LGBT group's daily email to supporters bemoaned 'the gayification of the Pentagon' in response to Monday's news about the lifting of the trans military ban.

July 14 2015 2:41 PM

The Republican presidential hopefuls are in good company, adding their names to a pledge to protect 'traditional marriage' endorsed by the Duggar family and leaders of certified antigay hate groups.

June 23 2015 1:36 PM

They're saying the judges don't have the right to establish marriage equality — under the Constitution or under God.

January 22 2015 4:30 PM

That's one of the choice quotes from the right wing in the wake of today's decision not to take up marriage equality cases, along with calling the action the 'Roe v. Wade of sodomy-based marriage.'

October 06 2014 6:35 PM