Will President Obama’s outspoken support for same-sex marriage affect the 2016 presidential race? The Los Angeles Times thinks so. Paul West's new political column says the person for whom "risks and rewards of the issue have suddenly been raised is Martin O’Malley," the Maryland governor who is considered a likely White House aspirant.
Mitt Romney has been under assault all week for a variety of political gaffes, but a new report in Raw Story highlights the questionable ethics of his top aide and political strategist, Eric Fehrnstrom.
After the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, Mitt Romney, spoke at Liberty University today, JimmyLaSalvia, executive director and cofounder of GOProud (a national organization of gay-friendly conservatives) took him to task, saying that Romney's message to Goldwater conservatives is clearly "Drop dead."
Paul Babeu says he will instead run for sheriff again.
Congressman Allen West says LGBT people don’t face discrimination.
Tennessee state Rep. Jeremy Faison apologized Tuesday after saying poor parenting and improper values are chief causes of teen suicides, and not bullying.
Brian Sims, an Advocate "40 Under 40" honoree and former executive director of Equality Pennsylvania, will become the state’s first openly gay legislator.
The right-wing Republican from Texas claimed that Obama's plan to add more jobs is actually part of a scheme to destroy marriage.