Category LGBT Issues

Obama’s Inauguaration: Letting His Inner Liberal Loose!

Good day, readers!  On this terrifically chilly day in Chicago, TheLeftyWolfe will examine a few of the highlights from this past weekend’s inaugural festivities.  What were some of the major policies pushed forward by Obama?  What does the American public think of such ideas?  Stay tuned for that, plus my two cents as well.  Read […]

Things I’m Loving Now (12/14/12): Phillip Phillips, The Cross in the Closet

1. Music – Phillip Phillips – I may no longer watch American Idol, but this recent alum of the show has me now rethinking that decision.  I first got to know the oddly named Phillips Phillips (were his parents REALLY high when they thought of that name???) when I kept seeing his first single, Home, all […]

The U.S Supreme Court and Gay Marriage: Will Equality or Prejudice Prevail? TheLeftyWolfe Calls It!

Good day, all!  In today’s post, TheLeftyWolfe will examine the two same-sex marriage cases that the U.S. Supreme Court has decided to hear next year.  Both of these cases, as all gay marriage cases in the past, have divided Americans across the country.  In the liberal bastions of the big cities and coastlines, choruses of support fill […]

The Other Side of Election 2012: Same-Sex Marriage Victories

Besides the races for President, the House and the Senate, there were many other hot topics on ballots across the nation last Tuesday.  In a stunning turn-around from previous votes, citizens in Maryland and Maine approved same-sex marriage.  Take a look below for a snapshot of same-sex marriage issues that were on state ballots this […]

Will November Be Same-Sex Marriage Month?

Direct from Yahoo! News… Americans will have many things on their minds in November, but what voters do in four states and what nine Supreme Court justices do around a big walnut table in Washington may go far to shape the future of same-sex marriage across the nation. On November 6, voters in Maine, Maryland, […]

Court Rules Defense of Marriage Act Unconstitutional

Today’s Quick Click for your convenience… In what can only be described as monumental, a “U.S. appeals court in New York on Thursday ruled that a U.S. law defining marriage as a union between a man and a woman unconstitutionally denies federal benefits to lawfully married same-sex couples. The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals is […]

Sunday Roundup: Obama Leads Early Voting, Gay Marriage Allies Seek 1st Win at Polls, GOP Outspends Dems

Sunday’s Quick Clicks for your enjoyment!! 1. Obama Grabs Wide Lead Among Early Voters – “President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney are neck and neck in opinion polls, but there is one area in which the incumbent appears to have a big advantage: those who have already cast their ballots.  Obama leads Romney […]