Press Releases Archive

  • Leftist Domestic Terrorists Attack Gay Journalist, LGBTQ Orgs Silent

    July 1, 2019

    Gay conservative journalist Andy Ngo is viciously attacked by Antifa rioters in Portland, OR. LGBTQ advocacy groups silent and some even insinuate he deserved to be assaulted. Washington, DC – On June 29, gay conservative journalist Andy Ngo was viciously attacked and beaten by Antifa counter-protesters in Portland, OR in a planned demonstration. According to widely […]

  • Log Cabin Republicans Statement on DCCC Homophobia

    June 28, 2019

    Washington, D.C. – Log Cabin Republicans (LCR) has recently been made aware of homophobic and racist tweets made by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee’s (DCCC) newly appointed Diversity Director, Tayhlor Coleman. According to the Washington Free Beacon, Ms. Coleman used the phrase “no homo” in a series of tweets as well as relayed that she was […]

  • Log Cabin Republicans Calls for Nuance in Equality Act

    April 1, 2019

    “Log Cabin Republicans is supportive of the effort to extend federal nondiscrimination protection to all LGBT Americans. We cannot sit idly by while our colleagues, friends, and family can be legally stripped of their employment or have the roof snatched from over their heads simply because of their sexual orientation or gender identity. At present, […]

  • Log Cabin Republicans Announces New Board Leadership

    March 28, 2019

    Washington, D.C. – Today the Log Cabin Republicans Board of Directors announced the election of Bob Kabel as Chairman and Jill Homan as Vice Chairwoman. Kabel and Homan will work with the entire board of directors and the Log Cabin Republican Staff to strengthen the organization leading into the upcoming election season while also addressing […]

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  • Log Cabin Republicans Praises President’s Budgetary Commitments to End HIV/AIDS Epidemic

    March 13, 2019

    Washington, D.C. – President Trump’s A Budget for a Better America shows just how strong a stand the Trump Administration is willing to take to eliminate HIV/AIDS in the United States. The FY2020 budget provides the Department of Health and Human Services with $291 million to aggressively reduce the number of new HIV infections through targeted campaigns and […]