Republicans probably agree with Pope Francis on more issues than we disagree with him.
"We cannot insist only on issues related to abortion, gay marriage and the use of contraceptive methods" was just one answer of a remarkable new interview.
The Supreme Court's rulings on gay marriage and the Voting Rights Act this week acknowledged the obvious about personal freedom. Chief Justice Robert's court is remarkable and uniquely balanced, and I hope President Obama does not get another Supreme Court pick.
Lawmakers should clarify: What is their public policy vs. religious reason for opposing gay marriage?
Experience is a powerful teacher
Republicans need to reconcile our conservative, small-government, less-government philosophy with opposition to gay marriage.
A debate on Meet the Press this past weekend made me realize my own story matters.
Sens. Portman and Paul helped the Republican Party this week by voicing their respective positions on gay marriage and immigration reform.
Social scientists, according to Will, are notoriously liberal.
I'm a proud Cheney-Portman Republican today.