Mike Huckabee and Rand Paul, both potential Republican presidential candidates, join the likes of Scott Lively in a new doc on the gay movement's 'persecution' of Christians.
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.
Lively says he wants to influence U.S. policy toward Russia, which he lauds for 'standing up against the homosexual agenda.'
This represents a markedly different stance from the one congressional Republicans took when the court last considered marriage equality.
Rep. Frank Pallone Jr. didn't care for fellow N.J. congressman Chris Smith saying gay rights are not human rights.
Following the demonstration, Denver Mayor Michael Hancock told organizers that he would not speak at this year's Creating Change conference as planned.
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.