From The Washington Independent: In Wake of Ballot Initiatives, Questions About the National Organization for Marriage’s Funding Catholic Groups Funneled Millions to Fund Anti-Gay Marriage Initiatives in California, Maine By JESSE ZWICK 9/20/10 8:32 AM The Knights of Columbus, a Catholic fraternal society founded in New Haven in 1881, does a lot of good work….

News Coverage: Federal judge approves most of Maine's campaign law

From the Kennebec Journal: Federal judge approves most of Maine’s campaign law Group opposed to same-sex marriage optimistic about appeal A U.S. District Court judge on Thursday delivered a ruling that protected the core of Maine’s campaign finance laws against a challenge from a national marriage advocacy group regarding their constitutionality. U.S. District Judge D….

News Coverage: NOM challenges orders to report donor names

From Peter Cassels at Edge Boston: NOM challenges orders to report donor names The National Organization for Marriage is going to court in two states to prevent revealing its list of donors to campaigns against marriage for gays and lesbians. It was among the litigants that filed Protect Marriage v. Bowen, a lawsuit against the…

One Iowa: Fred Karger on the Ed Fallon Radio Show

To link to the announcement about Fred Karger’s appearance on the Fallon Forum, click here. Fred Karger will be on Ed Fallon’s radio program tonight. Karger is originally from Chicago, who worked for over 20 years with leading national Republicans, including Reagan, Bush, and Dole. In recent years he’s been an outspoken activist for LGBT…

News Coverage: A gay Republican president?

From Rosemary Winters’ LGBT FYI blog in the Salt Lake Tribune: A gay Republican president? Fred Karger, a gay civil rights activist and a Republican, has been dropping not-so-subtle hints that he may seek the GOP nomination for president in 2012. This week, Karger let reporters know he will be spending some more time in…

News Coverage: California-based, pro-marriage group goes national

From Seth Hemmelgarn in the Bay Area Reporter: California-based, pro-marriage group goes national If marriage equality activist and potential presidential candidate Fred Karger has his way, Lieutenant Dan Choi will be the country’s first out gay chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Karger, who’s set to explore a 2012 presidential bid, quipped that’s what…