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I am hoping to see LGBTQ Republicans publicly bring to the fore how being anti-LGBTQ in 2015 is a huge political liability for any Republican candidate, especially one seeking the highest office in the land.
"This is how they frighten people and get people to shut up."
On the question of which Republican candidate is the most "bat shit crazy," Ben Carson is tied in equal first place with Donald Trump, Carly Fiorina, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio, Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, John Kasich and Rand Paul.
My husband and I are not a rare sight. Gay married couples are becoming commonplace. No one is snapping our picture and rushing home to show their family the unusual sight they encountered.
One of the lasting legacies of the George W. Bush presidency is that it severely lowered the bar on what we expect the president to know. Bush and mainly his primary handler, Karl Rove, made it generally acceptable for the chief executive to be no smarter than the great unwashed he's governing.
It would be foolish to tell African Americans not to be sensitive about race, to tell Jews not to be sensitive about religion or to tell Sikhs not to be sensitive about airport checks. Likewise, it is foolish for a straight, married man to tell lesbians and gay men not to be sensitive about marriage.
In the Wednesday statement to CNN, Carson said he supports gay rights as well as the right of states to decide whether or
The American Psychological Association says says "there is no consensus among scientists" on how a person's sexual orientation
"What I have a problem with is when people try to force people to act against their beliefs because they say, 'They’re discriminating
After cutting to a clip of Carson and Fox News host Sean Hannity aligning homosexuality with polygamy and incest, Brand summarized
While Carson has said he has no plans to run for political office, he said he would consider it if he felt God's calling
Rothman sent an email affirming Carson's right to speak as a private citizen but noting that his recent comments were inconsistent
Renowned neurosurgeon Ben Carson didn't walk back his conviction that gay marriage is wrong. Unlike his knock of Obama, there was not much of a peep of protest from the majority of blacks. That's because he speaks for many of them.
The African-American surgeon and recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom has recently become a conservative hero, criticizing