American Idol Clay Aiken to Run for Congress in NC

Gay singer and “American Idol” runner-up Clay Aiken is actively considering a bid to represent North Carolina’s 2nd congressional district in the U.S. House, according to two Democratic sources familiar with his plans. The sources, who spoke on condition of [...]


Gay Couples Can File Joint Tax Returns, Refunds Retroactively

Married gay couples living in all U.S. states can file joint federal tax returns, even if local authorities don’t recognize their marriages, the Obama administration said today. The decision by the Treasury Department implements the Supreme Court’s decision in June [...]

Interview – Jimmy LaSalvia, Co-Founder of GOProud

Interview – Jimmy LaSalvia, Co-Founder of GOProud

“People You Should Know” is a series of interviews with emerging players and creative talents who will help determine where American Politics, Media, Entertainment and Entrepreneurism heads in our future.  After journeying to produce and distribute the politically-themed documentary FEAR [...]


Listen to SCOTUS Arguments on Gay Marriage

The Supreme Court of the United States heard oral arguments Tuesday in the case involving California’s Proposition 8, which passed in 2008 and banned the state from recognizing same-sex marriages. The audio of the back-and-forth between the justices and lawyers [...]


SCOTUS: Gay Marriage Argument Analysis

SCOTUS: Gay Marriage Argument Analysis Supreme Court Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, in an unusually candid process of elimination of options in public, on Tuesday worked his way through the ways for dealing with California’s Proposition 8 ban on same-sex marriage [...]