Out of the closet on his positions on many aspects of the gay agenda that is. Check this out from the Boston Globe:
Barack Obama pledges that if he wins the presidency, he would pass an employment nondiscrimination law covering gay Americans, guarantee federal benefits to gay couples in civil unions, and would end the "don't ask, don't tell" policy that prevents gays and lesbians from serving openly in the military.
Abortion-rights groups are planning to spend unprecedented sums on voter outreach and education in this fall's elections, as they broaden their electoral targets in an effort to change the make-up of the House and Senate.
On Wednesday, John McCain, in his first major policy speech since securing the GOP nomination, called upon the democratic nations of the world to join the United States in the formation of new and improved "global alliance" - what he called the "League of Democracies". read more »
WASHINGTON (AP) - The drive for a second Michigan presidential primary collapsed Thursday, and a fresh dispute broke out between Barack Obama and Hillary Rodham Clinton over the fate of the state's 156 national convention delegates.
Reaction to Obama's speech.
Newsbusters points out we still don't know if he told the truth when he initially said he wasn't present in church when Wright made those type of comments.
Obama's giving his big speech on race today in order to counter the ill effects on his campaign due to his former pastor's hate speech from the pulpit. (Polipundit has some of Pastor Wright's greatest hits here.) Drudge has the transcript of the speech here. read more »
As I mentioned a few weeks ago, a traditional definition of marriage amendment qualified for the ballot in Florida this coming November. Now comes the latest project - getting it onto the ballot in California. read more »
Things aren't so good in Hillary-Land right now. Staff shakeups are one thing, but now actually being behind in the delegate count with only about three states standing between her and oblivion is worse. Carville points out the obvious: read more »