Some believe that President Obama’s decision to support gay marriage prior to the 2012 election was a risk. But political analyst Salvator La Mastra thinks otherwise.
The gay community plans to bombard Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings with phone calls, urging him to sign a pledge in support of same-sex marriage.
Dallas County Judge Tonya Parker says she won’t perform marriage ceremonies until homosexuals can marry.
After refusing to sign a pledge in support of a Constitutional law allowing same-sex marriage, Mayor Mike Rawlings met with 25 leaders in the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered community to explain why.
It seems Gov. Perry confused some social conservatives and the national media when he recently said that that it as “OK” with him that New York has legalized gay marriage.
Former President George W. Bush’s daughter Barbara has announced her support for gay marriage.
A Texas appeals court says the state’s attorney general can’t block the divorce of two women who were married out of state.
Texas State University students are pushing the state to allow guns on their campus.
An appeals court says gay divorce cannot be allowed in Texas.
Monday nights at 8:05, nationally known political analyst Carl Jeffers joins me to break down the biggest stories of the week.
Gay rights advocate Anne Wynne with Atticus Circle joined me tonight to talk about the controversy unfolding in California and what it could mean for gay marriage across the nation.