Topics :: Log Cabin Republicans
By Steve Weinstein | Wednesday Jan 16, 2013
Will the party of Lincoln come to its sense, or will it sink into crotchety senescence? Post-election, the question remains.
By Jason St. Amand | Thursday Jan 10, 2013
Chuck Hagel, Obama’s pick for U.S. Defense Secretary is causing concern among some LGBT activists & groups who don’t like comments & actions he took in the past.
By Jason St. Amand | Wednesday Jan 2, 2013
The Log Cabin Republicans took out a full-page ad in the New York Times to slam Chuck Hagel’s choice as Defense Secretary, leading some to how the small group got the funds & why it really did it.
By Jason St. Amand | Wednesday Oct 24, 2012
The Log Cabin Republicans, a Republican gay rights group, announced on Tuesday that they will endorsee Mitt Romney for president just weeks before voting takes place.
By Winnie McCroy | Thursday Sep 20, 2012
Obama, Biden & their party endorse marriage equality; Romney, Ryan & their party oppose any government recognition, down to domestic partnership. Economy? What economy?
By Steffany Skelley Gilmer | Wednesday Sep 5, 2012
When the Log Cabin Republicans pleas with the GOP to consider marriage equality fell on deaf ears, they upped the ante, running a full-page ad in the Tampa Tribune.
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 | Wednesday Aug 22, 2012
The GOP’s platform opposes all gay unions. FRC President Tony Perkins brags that he wrote the statement. Among the blowback: Playboy founder Hugh Hefner, who says the fight for gay marriage is a ’fight for all our rights.’
By Michael K. Lavers | Friday Mar 2, 2012
Maine Sen. Olympia Snowe’s announcement on Tuesday that she will retire from the U.S. Senate sent shockwaves across Washington, D.C. Will her departure further isolate LGBT-friendly Republicans on Capitol Hill from their own party?
By Michael K. Lavers | Wednesday Feb 8, 2012
Three leading Republican presidential candidates were quick to blast so-called judicial activism in response to a federal appeals court’s ruling that found California’s Proposition 8 unconstitutional. Are they too obsessed with marriage?