Eyeing the White House won't keep anti-LGBT politicians from being called out by progressive groups, former neurosurgeon and 2016 hopeful Ben Carson learned this week.
Bobby Jindal confirms that he'd support a constitutional ban on marriage.
The former CEO of Hewlett-Packard and failed senate candidate pushes her conservative cred
Lively says he wants to influence U.S. policy toward Russia, which he lauds for 'standing up against the homosexual agenda.'
The potential presidential candidate says he can oppose marriage equality and have gay friends — it's like being a teetotaler who's friends with drinkers.
The Oregon men hope to derail Bush's presidential ambitions, at least.
Same-sex couples should think twice about ordering cakes from bakeries that don't want to serve them, says the potential presidential candidate.
The Louisiana governor and possible 2016 GOP presidential hopeful says if the Supreme Court strikes down his state's marriage ban, he's all for amending the U.S. Constitution.