Nancy Pelosi Responds to Bachmann's DOMA Comments: 'Who Cares?'
It seems the Republicans still aren't doing very well with that whole rebranding effort they claimed they were worried about following Mittens loss in the last presidential election. I really wish they'd all just go climb into a time machine and go back to the 1950's where they belong and leave the rest of us the hell alone.
The Daily Show's Jon Stewart had a field day with the opponents of gay marriage at this week's Supreme Court hearings on the Defense of Marriage Act, starting with Paul Clement, the lawyer hired by House Republicans, who was called out by Justice Elena Kagan when he attempted to make the claim that the law wasn't based on bigotry.
Here's Steve King (W-IA) at the National Review, explaining why the gays shouldn't be able to get married.
In the second day of hearings on same-sex marriage, the quote of the day goes to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who in a discussion about the Defense of Marriage Act, said that it had imposed on the US a two-tier system...
We can thank the brave men and women who came out of the closet for the fact that the Supreme Court is hearing two important cases about gay rights.
Tuesday's arguments over California's Proposition 8 may end up with the high court limiting their ruling to a technical question rather than substantive issues.
Today the Supreme Court hears historic arguments for and against the Defense of Marriage Act.
The Supreme Court will take the forefront in the same-sex marriage debate on Tuesday and Wednesday when it hears arguments on the constitutionality of California’s controversial Proposition 8 and the Clinton-era Defense of Marriage Act.
Evan Wolfson, the founder of the one of the country's top same sex marriage advocacy groups, on Sunday assured Family Research Council President Tony Perkins that "the gay people are not going to use up all the marriage licenses" if the Supreme Court strikes down marriage discrimination.