Hillary’s campaign will be an exercise in persuading Americans, so often discouraged and disillusioned, that she really wants to bring about change — and knows how.
Surely, somebody had to know that passing a bill that would defend a religion in no need of defending while empowering bigots was going to end badly.
How marriage equality opponents finally overstepped their bounds — and wrecked what was left of their credibility.
It turns out that small children aren’t very good with metaphors — and neither is Senator Ted Cruz.
Both sides are gearing up for the April 28 oral argument.
Marriage equality in America looks more and more inevitable.
An unusual case has turned the marriage equality debate in Texas upside down.
Gene Lyons takes on ‘Fifty Shades of Gray,’ the Brian Williams mess, and more.
Like George Wallace before him, history won’t view the Alabama judge kindly.
Marc Solomon’s book reveals the strategies and tactics that are winning the civil rights battle of our time.
Jon Stewart suggested the creation of a new word, to be named in honor of Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback (R).
Why Barack Obama was right to lie about gay marriage in 2008.
Alabama slowly gets used to gay marriage.
The Supreme Court has given a strong indication that marriage equality is inevitable in America.
Alabama faces a Constitutional crisis over gay marriage.
Iowa Republicans follow Mike Huckabee’s lead, Obama’s evil spirits attack Justin Bieber, and more.
Texas Republicans are going to war against anti-discrimination laws.
Nearly 300 gay and lesbian couples can now be married in Michigan.
An Alabama appeals court has cleared the way for same-sex marriage in the Heart of Dixie.
Conan O’Brien said his hometown of Boston let him down after the Super Bowl — when they *didn’t* riot in victory.
Republicans have lost this round of the culture war, and there’s no turning back.
Who’s ready for a ‘social conservative’ comeback in 2016?
The bruising battle over Proposition 8 caused a Mormon shift on gay rights.
The fight against marriage equality keeps getting sillier — and more futile.
Why marriage equality advocates should expect good news from the Supreme Court.