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Official documents from the National Organization for Marriage reveal that the anti-LGBT group has been actively interested in – as they say – fanning the hostility between the LGBT community and the black community.
The National Organization for Marriage is launching a major boycott of JP Morgan Chase based on flimsy evidence, conjecture, and more than a little paranoia.
It's clear that NOM and its allies in the conservative media are trying to blast out a new set of "facts" so that they can re-frame their loss against the IRS in their favor.
GLAAD has signed onto a letter asking San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore J. Cordileone to step down from involvement with the March for Marriage on June 19.
The National Organization For Marriage's upcoming "March for Marriage" is to be held in Washington D.C. on June 19. NOM has unveiled a list of announced speakers who have all proven, without exception, that their work is in opposition to LGBT people and our basic acceptance and not just marriage equality.
Bill Schuette, the Republican Attorney General for the state of Michigan, has publicly denounced a group called Traditionalist Youth Network for an amicus brief it filed against marriage equality. But what is really astounding is just how run-of-the-mill this brief really is.
When attempting to score points against debate opponents, there are certain ideas that commentators should not call to mind. Never. Like ever.
New evidence suggests that Brian, losing so fully and clearly here at home, is planning to make an even bigger push onto the international stage.
Some of the most anti-LGBT voices have cleared a portion of their weekend calendars so that they can show up to speak and participate in the so-called Values Voter Summit, an annual production of the Family Research Council.
Brian Brown thinks the reason that young people support marriage equality is that we're too naive to know otherwise. He's wrong, obviously.