Another example of why the filibuster needs to go.
The right questions are: 1) why do some some on the right like him, and 2) should this concern us all?
An interesting if frustrating new survey from Cato.
Do gay candidates have a special obligation to be leftists?
One side is arguing over rules while the other is focused on consequences.
The Commonwealth is about to become the 38th State to ratify the Nixon-era Amendment.
The Hallmark Channel caved to the complaints of a small group of so-called Christians who objected to a television commercial.
Chick-Fil-A is ending its charitable giving to organizations that oppose LGBT rights, and conservatives are predictably freaking out.
A custody case out of Texas raises issues about how to react to and treat a child who identifies as a gender different from their biological sex.
Beto O’Rourke wants to use government policy to punish religious institutions that don’t recognize same-sex marriages.
Elizabeth Warren’s comments at an LGBT rights forum late last week were cheered by the audience, but some Democrats are raising concerns about their impact on the General Election.
Yesterday, the Supreme Court held oral argument in a series of cases asking it to decide if existing civil rights laws cover discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity.
A Federal Court has ruled once again in favor of a transgender student in Virginia who was prevented from using the bathroom conforming to their gender identity.
A leading same-sex marriage advocate is pushing back on the trans movement.
The Washington State Supreme Court has ruled against a Seattle-area florist who refused to provide flowers for a same-sex wedding.
A new poll finds increasing support for transgender rights, even among Republicans.
The State Department has barred American Embassies from flying the Pride Flag during Pride Month as has been the custom for several years.
A new poll shows that a majority of Americans support equal rights for transgender Americans, with only Republicans disagreeing with that position.
The Supreme Court let a ruling against students opposed to a school district policy allowing transgender students to use the bathroom corresponding to their gender identity stand.
The House has passed legislation that would extend the protections of the Civil Rights Act to LGBT Americans, but it is probably doomed in the Senate.
Taiwan has become the first nation in Asia to legally recognize same-sex marriage.
Despite poll numbers suggesting otherwise, one political analyst suggests that the United States may not be “ready” for a gay President.
The Supreme Court has agreed to accept a group of cases dealing with the issue of whether or not existing civil rights laws bar discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
In what was basically a throwaway line, Joe Biden said something nice about Mike Pence. The reaction from his fellow Democrats says a lot about our current political culture, and none of it is good.
It turns out, The Duke wasn’t all that woke.
Tennis great Martina Navratilova is facing criticism for raising questions about how sports handles the issue of transgender athletes competing within the gender they identify with. She shouldn’t be.
In what amounts to a setback, the Supreme Court has lifted an injunction barring the Trump Administration’s ban on transgender service in the military to go forward pending further legal proceedings.
The Trump Administration is attempting to bypass the Circuit Courts of Appeal and get immediate Supreme Court review of the President’s ban on transgender Americans serving in the military.
Kim Davis, who became infamous for defying Court orders to issue marriage licenses to gay couples, was defeated in her re-election bid.
The Supreme Court is set to consider whether to take a case involving employment discrimination based on gender identity.
The Trump Administration is preparing a policy change that will essentially define transgender Americans out of existence.
Should celebrities use their influence in partisan politics?
A significant advance for LGBT rights in the world’s most populous democracy.
Another Federal Judge has ruled in favor of a transgender student seeking the right to use the gender that conforms to the gender they identify with.
A Federal Judge in Oregon has rejected an efforts by a parent’s group to block a school district policy that allows transgender students to use the restroom facilities that conform to their gender identity.
The Supreme Court declined, for now, to hear the appeal of a Washington state florist who declined to provide services for a same-sex wedding. The issues it raises, though, are likely to return to the Court in the future.
As we approach the third anniversary of the Supreme Court’s landmark decision in Obergefell v. Hodges, a new poll finds that two-thirds of Americans support same-sex marriage.
A Federal Judge in Virginia has handed a significant legal victory to a student who sued their school district because they were barred form using the bathroom of the gender they identify with.
A writer at National Review is proposing a compromise on the issue of transgender rights. Needless to say, many conservatives aren’t very happy about it.
A Federal Judge has struck down the revised version of the ban on transgender members of the military from serving openly, and the ruling has significance that goes well beyond the issue at hand.
A Federal Judge in Texas has ruled that discrimination based on sexual orientation or gender identity is barred by Federal Law. Legally speaking, this is a tenuous argument at best.
Leland Bohannon objects to same-sex marriage on religious grounds. What rights should he have to act on that belief?
The President’s new attempt to ban transgender Americans from serving in the military is as legally defective as the original ban was.