Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee told an Iowa talk radio show host on Saturday that young Christians should wait until President Obama left office before considering military service.
A pro-marriage activist sees a story about him scrubbed from his high school's Facebook page.
WE tv had such high hopes for Sex Box, the show where struggling couples spoke to a counselor in the afterglow of having sex in a soundproof box right on stage.
The long-time CEO of Indiana-based Angie's List is out of a job. USA Today called the resignation "unexpected" and it raises the immediate question of whether Bill Oesterle got too far out front in denouncing the civil rights laws of the state of Indiana.
The Girl Scouts are concerned about falling membership and a declining number of adult volunteers, so a Girl Scout staffer in Salt Lake City cooked up the idea to start a troop headquartered in the area's “gay pride center.”
Two presidential contenders declined to sign a friend-of-the-court brief asking the Supreme Court to allow the question of marriage to be decided by the states. The Rand Paul camp has not been willing to go on the record and the Marco Rubio campaign claims his views are well known and offered a handful of his public statements.
Despite the intervention of the powerful LGBT Human Rights Campaign and donations from at least one billionaire, an LGBT nondiscrimination ordinance passed in October by the City Council of Springfield, MO, has fallen at the hands of Springfield voters.
The story of the elderly woman in Indiana is the first we have heard of an assault inside a personal home for opposition to same-sex marriage.
Major American law firms apparently believe that some people do not deserve legal representation. This may be seen in the amicus briefs filed in the upcoming Supreme Court case that is widely expected to impose gay marriage on the entire country.
The CEO of Angie’s List doubled down on his opposition to the “fix” announced yesterday morning in the religious freedom debate in Indiana.
18 states have explicit protection of LGBTs under so-called employment non-discrimination laws. According to legal experts, such laws have been used to punish or otherwise clamp down on Christians expressing their religious views in work settings.
The greatly anticipated “fix” to the Indiana religious freedom law has been released by the Indiana legislative committee, and it is far worse than conservatives feared.
A Christian-owned pizza parlor in Indiana is closed, after it came under severe attack from all over the world for saying it would not cater a gay wedding.
Governor Mike Pence of Indiana seems to have caved into enormous pressure and will ask the state legislature for new legislation to make it clear that Christian florists and bakers could be forced to participate in weddings that violate their religious beliefs.
Members of Congress are weighing in with the Secretary of the Navy in the case of Chaplain Wes Modder, who is being forced out of the Navy after complaints by a gay officer who hid his sexual orientation.
Rather than open season on gays, as one headline writer said about the Indiana law, there is a shrinking public space for holding a view on marriage that was held by President Obama and Hillary Clinton only a few years ago. Christians are merely asking for protection in holding and practicing those same beliefs. Tim Cook says no.
By the time you read this, the Eiffel Tower will have gone dark for an hour, along with the Parliament building in London, and presumably Buckingham Palace. At 8:30 Eastern time, the UN Secretariat building will darken and on and on as 8:30 comes in each time zone.
The budget committee of the United Nations is usually sparsely attended and, to all but technical experts, downright boring, but on Tuesday morning it was packed and, for a budget committee meeting, downright lively, even contentious. The issue was spousal benefits for LGBT couples.
Out transgender recruits want to serve openly in the U.S. military, as they do in a number of allied armed forces. It is a subject under active consideration within the Department of Defense, and something supported by a coalition of transgender military personnel and their supporters in the Democratic Party.
In the first such action in seven years, the Federal Communications Commission has taken strong action against a local Virginia television station for airing sexual explicit material during a news broadcast.
It's no surprise: After opening up her marriage for a year, a California journalist is getting divorced.
A razor-thin vote is expected Tuesday at the UN that pits the power of the UN secretary general against the UN member states over marital status benefits for LGBT employees. The question is: what is the basis for allowing spousal benefits to UN-employed couples who may be of the same-sex?
Last August WE tv’s president Marc Juris crowed, “Sex Box is one of the most unique and compelling show concepts we’ve ever seen, and we can’t wait to bring it to WE tv.” Juris may now be licking his wounds.
In a sharply-worded memo, Navy Chaplain Wesley Modder’s commander denied his request for a “religious accommodation” in a disciplinary process that has relieved him of his command and could kick him out of the Navy forever. Modder stands accused of homophobia and insensitivity--though, in the official documents, the term is "substandard performance"--which could trump all the accolades he has received in almost 20 years of military service and throw his professional life into ruin.
A largely overlooked column by human rights advocate Armando Valadares raises questions about the initiative of Pope Francis toward the “island-prison” of Cuba.