Not everyone is ready to call last week's Supreme Court decisions about Prop 8 and the Defense of Marriage Act a victory for civil rights. Let's take a look at who is ready to keep up the fight and claim that they have been injured by gay marriage.
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.
Another classic from Stephen Colbert. Colbert: If an openly gay judge can rule on same-sex marriage, we should just let cases about endangered
Rachel Maddow reports on the horrid case put forward by the proponents of Proposition 8 who relied on only two witnesses to testify to support their c
I wonder if Pat Buchanan thinks that Ronald Reagan had a secret gay agenda? Buchanan along with other conservatives are blaming their loss on Californ
Now that a Federal judge has stuck down California's Proposition 8, Keith decided to reair his Special Comment from November 2008. Here's your blas
One of those stories that just leaves a person shaking their heads in disbelief. From Kate Kendall at Bilerico / NCLRights: Clay and his partner of
During the 2008 presidential campaign, I documented 10, then 10 more and yet another 10 moments in the extremism of Mike Huckabee. Now, fresh off hi
Either this will turn out to be a bold, brilliant move - or a disaster that will set the cause back for a long time. Here's hoping they pull it off:
[media id=6825] California courts agreed to hear a challenge to Proposition 8 which banned same-sex marriage. The question before the court asks if P
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