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11/05/2014

One of Colorado's new anti-LGBT lawmakers was too out there for even me to cover (And I cover *everybody*)

I have a list of anti-LGBT activists who are too extreme and fringe to write about. I used to write about most of them, but at some point I decided to focus in on only those who actually have some...

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Read: Same-sex couples can marry in St. Louis; As for rest of state? tick, tock, tick, tock, tick...

Calling the freedom to marry "a fundamental right and liberty deeply rooted in the history of the US," St. Louis Circuit Judge Rex Burlison today ruled that same-sex couples can marry in the city where he serves. Which they are...

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This should be the national slogan of the anti-LGBT crowd's fake 'religious liberty' movement

It's taken me a few days, but I'm finally getting around to commenting on these shirts, which were on display at this past Sunday's big anti-LGBT event in Houston: "WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO REFUSE SERVICE TO HOMOSEXUALS" NOUNEQUALRIGHTS.COM SOURCE:...

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The 2014 midterms

A few things to remember: 1. The sixth year election is typically tough for the incumbent president. In 1986, the Democrats won eight seats and retook the Senate from the Reagan-led GOP. In 2006, the electorate resoundingly repudiated Pres. Bush...

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