|Senator Harry Reid (D-NV)|
Someone needs to make Lowes aware that an apology where you do NOT admit any wrong-doing doesn't count as an apology.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) took some time out of his busy schedule to tell us what millionaire job-creators and unicorns have in common. Though that probably sounds like a dig on Reid, what he said his pretty much on point.
Members of Occupy Wall Street will be meeting with the Congressional Progressive Caucus this week. Hopefully this is the beginning of this movement having a more concrete effect on policy-making.
The parents of Tyler Clementi made an appearance on NBC to talk about what happened with their son.
According to their own financial records, the so-called National Organization for Marriage is more astro-turf than grassroots.
Political gay-bashing just doesn't have the pay-off it once had (not even for conservative Republicans), as Rick Perry is finding out.
A contender may be emerging in Wisconsin to fight against Governor Scott Walker who is being recalled, but the race is still shaping up.
If you're wondering why Congress gets nothing done, it's because we have Senators talking about bestiality. This waste of time is brought to you by James Inhofe (R-OK).
Liberty here in the United States is taking a lot of hits at the hands of Congress.
National Public Radio takes a look at Mitt Romney's
talking out of both sides of his mouth gay rights problem.
|Sgt. Garon (right) with Mitt Romney|
The gay Vietnam veteran (Army Sgt. Robert Garon) who confronted Mitt Romney on marriage equality spoke to MSNBC's Thomas Roberts about the encounter.
A lesbian couple, with their two daughters, talked to the mayor of Troy, Michigan (who started a firestorm with homophobic comments made on FaceBook) in a city council meeting. Judging by the audience response, I'm pretty sure I know what they think of the mayor.
And lastly, AfterElton takes a look at the year's most memorable LGBT quotes, from bitter to the sweet, the funny to the down-right strange.