Biden Takes Over, Signs LGBTQ Executive Order

Democrat Joe Biden was sworn in January 20 as the next president of the United States, ushering in a much-improved political climate for LGBTQ people and, many might say, the nation. In one of his first acts...

Dems Win Senate

A look at the numbers in Tuesday’s U.S. Senate races in Georgia indicate that Democrats have won control of the Senate – a development with enormous favorable consequences for the LGBTQ community and the nation...

Top Ten Stories of 2020

In 2020, the nation faced two existential threats: an out-of-control corona virus pandemic that killed more than 300,000 people in the United States in less than 12 months, and an erratic, self-obsessed Republi...

Supreme Court Hears Foster Care vs. Religion

An important oral argument at the U.S. Supreme Court this month went largely overlooked because of the nation’s nearly complete fixation on the outcome of the 2020 presidential election. But statements and ques...

LGBTQ National Election Update

Early data from exit polls conducted with voters November 3 indicate that two-thirds of the LGBTQ vote went to Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden, who appears to have be poised Friday morning to easily...

LGBTQ Election Outcomes

President Trump made a shaky pitch at 2:30 Wednesday morning that he should be declared the winner of the 2020 presidential election and that he would be “going to the U.S. Supreme Court” to make it so. But sta...

VP Debate: A Draw, Fly Wins

The vice presidential debate Wednesday night was a draw: Vice President Mike Pence completely dodged difficult questions, and U.S. Senator Kamala Harris –and moderator Susan Page— let him. The winner was a rand...

The First Debate: Chaos Unchecked

The first meeting of the two major party presidential candidates Tuesday night was billed as a “debate” but, as lesbian political commentator Rachel Maddow put it afterwards, the event turned out to be a “monst...

Remembering RBG’s LGBTQ Legacy

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the justice with the most pro-LGBTQ voting record in the history of the court, died Friday following a long struggle with cancer. As hundreds of people gathere...