Real Time with Bill Maher, July 18, 2014. The Rev. William J. Barber explains to Bill Maher what the two of them might have in common. Read more here: http://crooksandliars.com/2014/07/rev-barber-tells-bill-maher-hes-atheist
CNN's Anderson Cooper took on Texas State Representative Bryan Hughes over his support for making the discredited gay reparative therapy as part of his party's state platform.
Newt Gingrich compares the ouster of Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich over a $1000 donation to an organization supporting CA's Prop 8 to fascism on ABC's This Week, April, 6, 2014. No one on the panel bothered to explain the definition of fascism to Gingrich following his remarks.
A tea party leader and former Baptist pastor -- who believes that <A href="http://www.rightwingwatch.org/content/rick-scarborough-aids-gods-judgment-immoral-act">AIDS is God's judgement</A> against LGBT people -- this week proposed filing a "class action lawsuit" against "homosexuality."
Fox News Contributer Erick Erickson is asking followers to donate money to a group whose goal is to criminalize homosexuality.
It looks like that GOP autopsy and "outreach plan" of theirs still isn't going very well. RNC Chairman Reince Priebus was interviewed by the Christian Broadcasting Network's David Brody this Monday and had to basically twist himself into knots assuring Brody that the Republican party would still be hating on teh gays.
The Campaign for Southern Equality wrapped up its week-long "WE DO" marriage equality tour through Mississippi in Tupelo on Thursday. CSE travels supports LGBT couples living in southern state to publicly apply for marriage licenses -- knowing they will be turned down.
I hate to break it to wingnut Pat Robertson, but I would wager there are a whole lot of both gay and straight people who would like to have a "vomit button" rather than ever being subjected to a picture of him making out with anyone as well.
It looks like Howard Kurtz decided to grease the wheels to make his transition to Fox a little easier during his final show on CNN. Nothing like carrying a little water for your new employer on your way out the door.
The Daily Show's John Oliver took apart Justice Antonin Scalia, the wingnut House Republicans and Sen. Rand Paul following their reaction to the Supreme Court's rulings on Prop 8 and DOMA this week.