The "fiscally conservative, socially awesome" Texan is in it for the "long haul."
This is not a joke.
The last time was one of more unpleasant moments in modern convention history.
Far too often LGBT on the right tend to be dismissed, mocked or demonized.
The idea that any LGBT people could support Trump while he demagogues other minorities is not just sad; it's repellant. But the Log Cabin Republicans' thinking that he'd actually be "good for the gays" was also just plain deluded.
"Let's be honest: we had the Cadillac of presidents in Obama."
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.
DeMaio’s campaign was marred by the allegations against him. Just days before the election, a second staffer, Justin Harper
The media treated longstanding questions about Schock's sexual orientation and how it relates to his anti-gay voting record differently from questions about his official spending and how it relates to his fiscally conservative positions, holding these kinds of alleged hypocrisy to different standards.
Whether the old guard is wising up or dying off is no longer relevant. The gay rights movement is being won person by person, family by family, city by city, with Washington, D.C. a reluctant, self-congratulatory last stop.
Even more so now that Speaker John Boehner is openly supporting a gay Republican candidate in California. What is the world
As the film, "Fred," makes clear, Republicans were not always welcoming to Karger, despite his background as an adviser on