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As Trump’s GOP twists gay hating into “religious freedom,” LGBT Republicans are living in the Trump Twilight Zone.
GOP Rep. Patrick Meehan calls his decades-younger aide his "soul mate." Thanks God for "putting into my life." Yet another tax-payer funded settlement.
In response to a Black person’s question at a rally, the Republican Alabama Senate nominee fondly recalled the era when Blacks were enslaved. Also linked Voting Rights Act to “problems.”
Moore did not explain whether he was referring to landmark Voting Rights Act of 1965 or a more obscure SCOTUS ruling on school prayer.
Proposed cuts to Medicaid would have a dire, direct effect on services for students with disabilities.
Three Republican senators crossed party lines to join Democrats in a dramatic 49–51 vote to reject the bill.
AG Eric Schneiderman’s office said it has identified “multiple constitutional defects” with the Republican healthcare bills.
Key Republican lawmakers have voiced pessimism about the chances of rolling back Obamacare.
President Trump’s vile tweets speak volumes about what the GOP allows from its party.
Nearly half of Senators comprising the group represent just 2.6 percent of entire U.S. population and less than 1 percent of Blacks and Latinos.
Positions are stark contrast to GOP policy. Meanwhile, undocumented immigrants to work and speak at DNC convention.
Appeals court agrees the Texas law made it harder for Blacks and Latinos to vote and violates the U.S. Voting Rights Act.
Only 18 out of 2,472 delegates in Cleveland are Black, the lowest percentage in over a century.
Last night's comments questioning the contributions of non-white people to the advancement of human civilization may have crowned it.
Racist slurs poured in just as a Jewish former governor applauded the GOP for its positive relationship with Israel and the Jewish community.
The party’s platform committee rejected repeated attempts by its own members to soften the GOP’s stance against the gay community — or even acknowledge discrimination — in the official party platform.
After Republican leaders claimed to “stand in solidarity” with the LGBT community following the tragedy in Orlando, GOP leaders rejected a proposal to protect LGBT people from discrimination.
The presumptive Republican nominee equates all Muslims to Islamic terrorists, suggests Obama is complicit, claims Orlando shooter was not U.S.-born.
Senate Republicans rejected a bill in December that could have prevented Orlando shooter from buying guns. GOP House speaker on Monday quashed any discussion.
The CEO and major Republican Party donor also touted the idea of voting Democratic in November.
Republican Party leaders grow more concerned that Trump will push Latino voters away from the GOP the same way Barry Goldwater drove Blacks away five decades ago — but they stop short at withdrawing support.
“Take that order and throw it the hell out,” Trump said of a directive for his surrogates to stop discussing the lawsuit with the media.
One fellow Republican called Trump's weekend interview "one of the worst mistakes" the candidate has made.