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Log Cabin Republicans Lend Support to Sister Group's SCOTUS Amicus Brief

By EDGE | Apr 24
Log Cabin Republicans Chapter Leaders from across the country have joined to formally declare their support for the amicus brief in favor of national marriage equality filed by LCR's non-partisan sister think tank Liberty Education Forum.

Return to Form: Cruz Introduces 2 New Anti-Gay Legislations

By EDGE | Apr 24
After being hosted by two prominent gay businessmen in New York Monday, it didn't take long for Ted Cruz to go back to his homophobic ways.

Cruz'n for a Bruising: Boycott on Fire Island Properties in Wake of Party for Anti-Gay Pol

By EDGE | Apr 24
Social media is ablaze with backlash and damage control in the wake of gay hotelier and newly self-installed "Pope of Fire Island Pines" Ian Reisner's hosting of an event for anti-gay Senator and 2016 hopeful Ted Cruz at his Manhattan penthouse Monday.

Reagan, MLK, Rapper Minaj: 2016 Candidates are Name-Droppers

By Nancy Benac | Apr 23
This is name-dropping season for the 2016 presidential hopefuls.

Gay Marriage a Difficult Issue for GOP White House Hopefuls

Apr 23
For Democratic politicians, same-sex marriage has become an easy issue: They're for it. But many Republicans, notably the presidential hopefuls, face a far more complicated landscape.

Jon Stewart Mocks GOP's Hypothetical Gay Wedding Answers

By EDGE | Apr 22
Jon Stewart had fun with the hypothetical question that strikes fear into the hearts of 2016 GOP presidential hopefuls.

GOP Spokesman: Benghazi Report May Slip into 2016

By Matthew Daly | Apr 22
A Republican-led committee investigating the 2012 attacks on Americans in Benghazi, Libya, and former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton's role, is signaling that its final report could slip to just months before the presidential election.

Rick Perry Would 'Probably' Attend a Gay Family Member's Wedding

By Jason St. Amand | Apr 22
Possible 2016 GOP presidential hopeful and former Texas governor Rick Perry said Tuesday that he would "probably" attend a gay family member's wedding even though he doesn't support marriage equality.

Bush Preparing to Delegate Many Campaign Tasks to Super PAC

By Thomas Beaumont | Apr 21
Jeb Bush is preparing to embark on an experiment in presidential politics: delegating many of the nuts-and-bolts tasks of seeking the White House to a separate political organization that can raise unlimited amounts of campaign cash.

Bachmann: Obama's Policies on Gays and Iran to Bring on Rapture

By EDGE | Apr 21
Question: If the rapture happens before Memorial Day, is it OK to wear white?

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