One Day After Ted Cruz's Gay Dinner, He Amps Up Antigay Ideas
April 24 2015 5:10 PM ET

One Day After Ted Cruz's Gay Dinner, He Amps Up Antigay Ideas

Cruz's antigay rhetoric is nowhere to be found while visiting with wealthy gays — who he's now using to burnish his resume as a "big tent Republican."

In NYT Op-ed, Bobby Jindal Defends Discriminatory 'Religious Freedom' Bill

In NYT Op-ed, Bobby Jindal Defends Discriminatory 'Religious Freedom' Bill

The Louisiana governor and possible presidential candidate says corporate 'bullying' led to changes in such laws in Indiana and Arkansas.

Gay 'Focus' of Clinton Campaign Ad Enrages Christian Critics

Christian Critics: Hillary Ad Basically a Queer as Folk Episode

A gay man narrated the ad and lesbians "caressed" each other during it, according to conservatives.

Listen to Marco Rubio Triangulate on LGBT Equality

Listen to Marco Rubio Triangulate on Equality

Rubio doesn't like equality for gays and lesbians — he's just having trouble articulating how much.

Scott Walker's Been to Same-Sex Wedding Reception, Still Opposes Marriage Equality

Scott Walker Wants Weddings Illegal, But Attended a Reception

Scott Walker and Marco Rubio are walking a fine line on the issue, while some other Republican presidential hopefuls say they wouldn't attend such an event.

Bobby Jindal: Louisiana's Antigay Marriage Bill Isn't About Discrimination

Bobby Jindal: My Antigay Marriage Bill Isn't Discriminatory

The Louisiana governor claims the bill won't really allow discrimination against same-sex couples, but opponents say it will do just that.

No Room for Gay Republicans at Colorado Conservative Conference

No Room for Gay Log Cabin at Conservative Conference

Organizers of the Western Conservative Summit have told Log Cabin Republicans it can't have a booth there because Log Cabin 'exists to redefine the family.'

Bobby Jindal Wants to Give Louisiana a 'License to Discriminate' on Marriage

Bobby Jindal Wants to Give La. 'License to Discriminate'

The legislation is broader than measures caused outcry in other states, but Jindal says passing it is one of his priorities.

Yes, Hillary Clinton Wants SCOTUS to Rule for Marriage Equality

Hillary Clinton Wants SCOTUS to Rule for Marriage Equality

Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton says same-sex couples have a 'constitutional right' to marry.

Next President Will Either Protect LGBT Advances or Roll Them Back

WATCH: Will the Next President Undo LGBT Equality?

The Obama administration has significantly improved life for LGBT Americans — but the next president could undo a lot of it.

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