Op-ed: When Right vs. Left Becomes Right vs. Wrong

Op-ed: When Right vs. Left Becomes Right vs. Wrong

Reformed Republican Jimmy LaSalvia is not forgiving the owners of the Out NYC Hotel, who recently hosted an event for Ted Cruz.

Jeb Bush: 'Maybe I'm Misinterpreting' SCOTUS on Marriage

Jeb Bush: 'Maybe I'm Misinterpreting' SCOTUS

Spoiler alert: He is.

Is Bernie Sanders the Most LGBT-Friendly Candidate?

Is Bernie Sanders the Most LGBT-Friendly Candidate?

Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is ready to give Hillary Clinton a run for her money — literally.

Op-ed: Hosting Ted Cruz Is Not Just Offensive to LGBT People

Op-ed: Hosting Ted Cruz Isn't Just Offensive to LGBT People

By hosting a reception for right-wing presidential candidate Ted Cruz, gay moguls Mati Weiderpass and Ian Reisner insulted not just LGBTs but immigrants, the working class, and anyone who cares about the planet.

Another Event Moves; Gay Hotel Owners Apologize for Ted Cruz Dinner Party

Another Event Moves; Gay Hotel Owners Apologize

One of the owners says he was unaware of how virulently Ted Cruz opposes LGBT equality before hosting the dinner at his home.

More Events Cancel Over Gay Hotel Owner's Ted Cruz Dinner Party

More Events Cancel After Hotel Owner's Ted Cruz Dinner

Now parting ways is New York City Gay Men's Chorus, joining Broadway Bares and potentially more.

Ted Cruz/OUT NYC Fallout: Broadway Cares Cancels Benefit at Hotel

Ted Cruz Fallout: Broadway Cares Cancels Event at Hotel

Broadway Bares: Solo Strips was to be held at a venue owned by the gay men who hosted an event for the antigay Republican.

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.

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