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It was not the Blue Wave of our fondest dreams. There will be no Senator Beto O’Rourke or Governor Andrew Gillum. And Governor Stacey Abrams seems like a long shot at this point. The Democrats did not produce an historic swing of seats in the House, and with three Senate races still undecided, the Republicans so far have a gain of two seats. Comment

Mr. Cuomo’s Shame

By the time some of you read this, Andrew Cuomo — barring a colossal fail on the part of public opinion poll after public opinion poll — will have been nominated for a third term as New York’s governor. Comments (2)

Stand With America’s Free Press

The necessity of a trusted free press to the health of American democracy has been undisputed since the founding of our republic — until now. Comment

Time’s Up for Donald Trump

After President Donald Trump’s abysmal and shocking performance in a post-summit press conference with Russian President Vladimir Putin this week in Helsinki, there is no doubt left but that he must be removed from office. Comment

This Coming Pride Sunday & Fourth of July

On Pride Sunday & Fourth of July, remember. Comments (4)

The Trouble With Andrew Sullivan

Andrew Sullivan, who more than a quarter century ago stormed the American intellectual and media ramparts as the British enfant terrible, a self-styled contrarian gay Tory who became editor of The New Republic at 28, is at it again. Comments (40)

White Man’s Burden: A Dialogue on Race & Resistance

Last week, Gay City News reached out to Clarence Patton — a longtime African-American gay leader and former executive director of the New York City Anti-Violence Project who now heads up the Pipeline Project and Pipeline Consulting — asking him to write about President Donald Trump’s “shithole countries” comment and the resistance to both his administration and racism in America generally. At Patton’s suggestion, instead he engaged in Comments (19)


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