Apparently the interfaith aspect of it was more problematic than you'd have guessed.
Good job being awesome, America.
"Some doubt" the strength of his support for LGBT issues.
Judge says it interferes with states' rights to define marriage.
So she vetoed the bill before her.
It's an off-election year, after all. And it's a "priority."
Drag queens hung out with politicians.
One-half of the pioneering pair has now taken up with a woman.
Paul may face a challenge from someone who hates the government even more than he does.
You know, like pretend weddings for people who aren't allowed to get married.
Because remember that time recently when gay marriage molested 200 deaf boys and then systematically covered its own ass for it?
The former First Lady voices her opinion on an issue over which she disagrees with her husband.
As we suspected, everyone's wondering about the Obama nominee's personal life.
The bill now goes before Governor Linda Lingle.
She once called "don't ask, don't tell" "a profound wrong — a moral injustice of the first order."
This seems like a bad move.
Citing "conservative activists" but quoting none, the 'Journal' gets a jump on an inevitable story line.