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By Jason St. Amand | Monday Dec 24, 2012
In an unexpected move, former House Speaker Newt Gingrich told the Huffington Post that he can accept the reality of same-sex marriage in America.
By Peter Cassels | Friday Mar 2, 2012
When Paul Babeu, sheriff of a rural Arizona county, was outed by a Mexican lover whom he allegedly threatened with deportation, it played up the intersection (& sometime paradox) of the right-wing’s twin bugbears: illegal immigrants & out-gay allies.
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?
By Steve Weinstein | Wednesday Jan 25, 2012
Remember all that hoopla about Bill Clinton being our ’first black president’? Six reasons why a GOP hopeful may be our first ’gay president.
By Steve Weinstein | Friday Jan 20, 2012
One thing we’ve learned from the farce known as a race to the GOP presidential nomination: the more a candidate blathers about morality, the more of a cheating scum he is . The race has thus turned into a remake of ’The Women.’
By Michael K. Lavers | Tuesday Jan 10, 2012
The economy, jobs and marriage are among the top issues for gay New Hampshire voters who will cast their ballots in the first-in-the-nation presidential primary on Jan. 10.
By Michael K. Lavers | Sunday Jan 8, 2012
Republican presidential candidates were pressed on marriage at the latest GOP presidential debate in Manchester, N.H., on Jan. 7. Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney faced a similar question at a second debate in Concord on Jan. 8.
By Michael K. Lavers | Friday Jan 6, 2012
With New Hampshire lawmakers expected to vote on a bill later this month that would repeal the state’s marriage equality law, opponents of state Rep. David Bates’ measure have taken to local media to try and thwart the proposal.
By Peter Cassels | Tuesday Jan 3, 2012
So far, the GOP candidates have been tripping over each other to oppose gay rights, from the military to marriage. But is this a winning strategy overall? EDGE looks at unchanging attitudes in a changing electorate.
By Michael K. Lavers | Friday Dec 30, 2011
Both former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and Texas Gov. Rick Perry have endorsed a bill that would repeal New Hampshire’s marriage equality law. A potential vote could coincide with the state’s first-in-the-nation presidential primary on Jan. 10.
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