The two most prominent LGBTQ organizations in the conservative movement, GOProud and the Log Cabin Republicans, are getting the cold shoulder from the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).
Since 1973, CPAC, hosted annually by the American Conservative Union Foundation (ACUF), Read More
As lawmakers in Rhode Island move toward passing marriage equality, National Organization for Marriage-Rhode Island (NOM-RI) responded with a series of very familiar newspaper ads and personal mailings warning voters of the “consequences” of marriage equality.
The newspaper ad, with Read More
After the controversy surrounding Arizona’s S.B. 1070 immigration law and recent legislation banning abortion after 20 weeks of gestation, I’ve grown accustomed to controversial legislation from my home state. This month, the Arizona legislature is proposing a trio of laws Read More
“Mom, guess what I learned in school today! I learned how a prince married a prince, and I can marry a princess!”
Kids say the darndest things, don’t they? Over the past decade, the Right has drummed up fears that Read More
Yesterday, the New York Times’ released an eight-minute “Op-Doc” titled “Gospel of Intolerance,” from Oscar-winning filmmaker Roger Ross Williams, exposing “how money donated by American evangelicals helps to finance a violent antigay movement in Uganda.”
The short is derived from Read More
“I love the wharf, listening to jazz at Westminster Church, and playing basketball with other guys. I’m a transgender man and I’m part of DC.” Read More
If you’ve bussed around our nation’s capital in the past year, you may have seen
Uniting social conservatives and libertarians under one banner is no easy task. But John Aglialoro, a producer of the film “Atlas Shrugged II,” has found the woman for the job: Ayn Rand, Atlas Shrugged author and literary inspiration for his Read More