Americans should resist Trump's divisive proclamations — without turning into him.
The defiant Kentucky clerk also maintained that her opposition to same-sex marriage 'was never a gay or lesbian issue.'
From his vantage point one row behind First Lady Michelle Obama, the man whose lawsuit changed marriage in America offers his view of 'the speech.'
Antigay Kentucky clerk Kim Davis said she attended the president's final State of the Union address to 'be an encouragement to all Christians.'
It's time to evaluate the state of our union and the progress of our culture, but sometimes LGBT people aren't appreciating what's valuable.
In his last State of the Union, the president promised to shake up the usual speechmaking.
Republican Jim Jordan of Ohio learned how his name was inexorably linked to the antigay Kentucky clerk the absolutely worst way: a reporter told him.