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By EDGE | Thursday Mar 6, 2014
Gay conservative groups are again barred from official participation CPAC, and like an angry Cinderella uninvited to the ball with poison pen in hand, Log Cabin Republican president Gregory T. Angelo took to conservative media to set the record straight.
By Justin Snow | Saturday Feb 1, 2014
Reince Priebus knows his party has a problem. Taking the stage Friday at the Republican National Committee’s winter meeting in Washington, D.C., one didn’t have to listen long to the RNC chairman’s remarks to come to that conclusion.
By EDGE | Tuesday Jan 14, 2014
Citing dissatisfaction with big-government conservatives and bigots within the Republican Party, Jimmy LaSalvia, co-founder of arch-conservative Republican gay organization GOProud, announced that he has changed his voter registration to independent.
By Jason St. Amand | Wednesday Aug 29, 2012
At the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Log Cabin, the main GOP gay group, vies to be heard by leaders & rank-and-file , as it justifies support for a candidate & party that oppose it on marriage equality & other issues.
By Jason St. Amand | Monday Aug 13, 2012
Members of the gay conservative group GOProud have announced that the Dana Loesch, a conservative talk show host who has been accused of being anti-gay, will speak at the group’s Homocon event.
By Jason St. Amand | Friday May 25, 2012
Despite Mitt Romney’s frantic backtracking on gay marriage, an op-ed in a far-right newspaper & another in the Wall Street Journal show how profoundly the conversation has shifted of late among conservatives.
By Elliot Spagat | Sunday Oct 9, 2011
Two leading Republican contenders for mayor of America’s eighth-largest city are openly gay, and voters have barely noticed. It doesn’t come up at campaign appearances or in local news coverage.
By Kilian Melloy | Saturday Sep 17, 2011
Gay and conservative: Mutually exclusive terms? Not by the lights of those who embrace both identities. But GLBT progress may be due for serious setbacks unless mainstream gay culture can learn to speak to conservatives in their own language.
By Kilian Melloy | Monday Aug 1, 2011
Gay conservative group GOProud has been informed that it will not be invited to attend the 2012 Conservative Political Action Conference, an event the gay conservative group co-sponsored in 2010 and 2011.
By Kilian Melloy | Wednesday Jun 15, 2011
The next presidential election is a year and a half away, and the campaign season is well underway. The latest sign was the June 13 New Hampshire debate among seven Republican contenders for the GOP nod to run in 2012.
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