If gay voters choose to sit out the election, it could mean Democratic losses in tight races.
Judge Walker put together an eloquent moral case for gay marriage, but his analysis of the law was poor. His decision may very well be overturned.
President Obama has avoided the mistakes of Bill Clinton and gotten the military and important congressmen to go along with ending DADT.
Last week, the results of two votes on gay marriage painted a clear picture of the current mood on the topic.
The Republican Party needs to redefine itself as conservative.
Many gays have turned on Obama, the Democrats, and the establishment gay organizations that continue to walk in lockstep with the left. (See B. Daniel Blatt and Roger L. Simon at PJTV: "Gay Bloggers Outraged, New Friends on the Right?")
The benefits package for gay federal employees unveiled yesterday isn't enough to mollify gay activists.
You'd think they'd want to highlight the fact that the former VP has taken a more progressive stand than the current president.
Bad news for those seeking to overturn Prop 8: the courts have refused to do their work for them.
Even if he could, it wouldn't do much to help the GOP.
Crudely slandering advocates of traditional marriage makes the achievement of equal rights less likely.
The scene the network staged with a gay couple in a sports bar didn't work out quite as they intended.
The liberal PBS host ranted against Bush-era invasions of privacy but gives himself a pass for his own gay witch hunts under LBJ.
Why won't leading gay organizations praise him?
Opposing same-sex marriage does not make Warren — or anyone else — bigoted or hateful.
Supporters of same-sex marriage need to focus on persuading their fellow citizens, not the courts — as the California vote demonstrated.
Despite their questions, gays and lesbians from both parties find much to like in the Alaska governor.
Plenty of gays are skeptical of Barack Obama: McCain may have a better shot than one might think.
At a Beverly Hills press event on Wednesday, John McCain showcased his command of the issues, rapport with the media, and respect for bloggers.
Not all gay people are celebrating today's ruling by the California Supreme Court. Should a decision of this magnitude be left up to the people to decide?
The gay media likes to portray gay Republicans on Capitol Hill as "hypocrites" or worse. If they bothered talking to some of them, they might have a different perspective.
The AFA boycott didn't cause Ford's problems, writes B. Daniel Blatt of Gay Patriot -- a poor business plan did. For evidence, consider Disney's profits despite a similar boycott.
During his speech on Monday at Columbia University, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad claimed that there were no homosexuals in Iran. PJM's B. Daniel Blatt (GayPatriot West) asks, "Can you imagine the outcry if some social conservative claimed there were no gays in various regions of the United States?"
Although B. Daniel Blatt (GayPatriot West) feels some compassion for Senator Larry Craig, he believes the Idaho politician should resign for soliciting sex in an airport restroom. "The real issue here is not as much hypocrisy as it is absence of judgment."