Democrat challenges Republican's residency The Courier-Journal A Democratic activist has filed suit to disqualify the Republican candidate challenging state Rep. Tom Burch, claiming Brian Lyle Krueger doesn't live in Burch's 30th District.
A ballot initiative that could make Alaska the third U.S. state to legalize recreational marijuana will go before voters in a general election in November rather than in August as previously scheduled, officials said on Monday.
Far too many of the top anti-LGBT voices seem to be okay with (or even eager to) persuade our fellow citizens that we, a long-denied and discriminated against population that truly wants nothing more than our rightful place at the table, are a pervasive force rivaling any of history's worst.
It really shouldn't be a shock to anyone whenever the American Family Association's Bryan Fischer lies and distorts in order to demonize the lgbt community and reduce us to the standard of his stereotypes.
The Affordable Care Act has exceeded expectations where ever we have measurements, such as in people signing up, despite the Congressional Budget Office reducin (Republicans Will Soon Regret Being The Party Of Repealing Obamacare #p2 #p21 #topprog...
Washington Post recently made the interesting observation that there are only 5 states in the U.S. (now, four, given Lambda Legal's lawsuit announced today in Georgia) where statewide bans on same-sex marriage have gone unchallenged
MSNBC host Rachel Maddow said on Monday that Oklahoma’s new law essentially fining homeowners who install solar energy panels, while disappointing, represented an advance of sorts for champions of renewable energy.
LGBT community faces another legislative loss LSU The Reveille Louisiana's LGBT community faced another legislative defeat last week with the termination of a bill that would have repealed the controversial crimes against nature law, sometimes...
Right wing media hid the reasons for the Obama administration's decision to delay consideration of the proposed Keystone XL pipeline while pending lawsuits and investigations progress, denouncing the move as purely "political."