By Keith Eddings
Maggie Gallagher forked a mussel soaked in red sauce out of its shell, twirled her glass of petite syrah, settled back into her chair at a Briarcliff Manor restaurant and described the view from the pinnacle of a national organization that is leading the charge from the right on one of the planet's raging social issues.
"It's been a blur this week," Gallagher said midway through an interview that was pockmarked by the constant "Nutcracker" ring of her cell phone, including one call reminding her that another interview with a Christian radio station in Buffalo was up next. "There's been a lot of gay-marriage news."
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