Many of the companies speaking out against religious freedom bills have donated cash to politicians who very publicly led the fight against LGBT rights.
The argument is over and conservatives have lost. Some of them just don’t know it yet.
Religious freedom legislation is widening the rift between liberals and social conservatives. Is it possible to reach out to the other side, and move forward?
Corporations are valuable and useful vehicles for creating wealth. But they are not and never should be political and religious actors.
Our reliable update on the wildest attacks, conspiracy theories, and other loony behavior from the increasingly unhinged right wing. Today we bring you Indiana Freakout: The Gay Apocalypse!
How can Republicans expect to win the Hispanic vote if they refuse to change their tune?
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.
“Was I expecting this kind of backlash? Heavens no!” Indiana Governor Mike Pence told reporters Tuesday. He’s not alone.
What’s so insidious about “religious liberty” statutes as written, and why they cannot be permitted to stand, is that they would give zealous individuals and private businesses near-dictatorial powers with no legal recourse.
‘Hoosier hospitality’ takes another hit as New York State governor Andrew Cuomo bans non-essential travel to Indiana.
The issue of Indiana’s new law is a political window into the changing nature of gay rights.
“I think Governor Pence has done the right thing,” Bush said. “This is simply allowing people of faith space to be able to express their beliefs, to have, to be able to be people of conscience.”