Topic: US Senate (Page 3)

  • Metro Weekly: Ted Cruz Declares Candidacy As 2016’s Culture Warrior

    Post | March 23, 2015

    Justin Snow talks about the new 2016 presidential campaign announced by Senator Ted Cruz in Lynchburg, Virginia today. Mr. Snow looks at  how Senator Cruz has been positioning himself as 2016’s social warrior for months. Senator Cruz vowed earlier this month to introduce a constitutional amendment later this year that would only allow state legislatures to define marriage. For more […]

  • St. Louis Public Radio: Republican Gay-Rights Activists Call For GOP To Quit The Bashing

    Post | February 4, 2015

    NPR reporter Jo Mannies covers the recent panel discussion at Washington University in St. Louis on marriage equality and the GOP, including an interview with Log Cabin Republicans National Executive Director Gregory T. Angelo on his participation on the panel and the role Democrats had in passing anti-gay legislation that advocacy organizations are fighting to repeal […]

  • Washington Blade: McConnell Assumes Control of Senate

    Post | January 6, 2015

    Washington Blade reporter Chris Johnson covers the new Republican majority in the United States Senate and Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, including commentary by Log Cabin Republicans on what GOP control of the chamber means for Republicans as well as LGBT advocates. You can read the full story at this link.

  • MetroWeekly: Is ENDA Dead?

    Post | November 21, 2014

    Metro Weekly reporter Justin Snow writes on the prospects of ENDA passing in the 113th Congress with legislative lobbying efforts led by the Log Cabin Republicans and the American Unity Fund. Read more about the efforts underway here.

  • The Hill: Republican Sweep Offers Clear Lesson For 2016

    Post | November 21, 2014

    Log Cabin Republicans Board member David Lampo in his Op-Ed for The Hill writes on the notable absence of social issues such as Gay Marriage for conservative candidates within the 2014 Republican wave, and what it means for the Republican Party. You can read more at this link.