NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR MARRIAGE VIOLATES FEDERAL LAW - AGAIN: HRC has filed a formal complaint with the IRS against the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) for violating federal law by refusing to disclose their 2014 Form 990s. Show More Summary
The National Organization for Marriage was created for one reason: to prevent gay and bisexual Americans from marrying the person they love. It failed. But even before NOM’s catastrophic defeat at the Supreme Court, the organization was collapsing into debt; its tax filings for 2013 revealed a 50 percent drop in earnings and a donor exodus. Show More Summary
Today, the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) civil rights organization, filed a formal complaint with the IRS against the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) for violating federal law by refusing to disclose their 2014 Form 990s. Show More Summary
Liberals today are determined to aggressively stamp out and intimidate anyone who agrees with them. That is why, when the IRS "accidentally" leaked the identities of donors to the National Organization for Marriage, those donors faced reprisals in the form of boycotts and public harassment. Show More Summary
During the summer of 2009, the hate group National Organization for Marriage (NOM), started pouring money into its campaign in Maine to repeal the just passed law legalizing gay marriage. Déjà vu I thought. NOM had qualified and then passed Proposition 8 in my home state of California in 2008. Show More Summary
NOM is dying a slow, painful death. Being ignored by the Republican field is but the latest nail in their coffin.
The only thing scarier than the National Organization for Marriage’s (NOM) presidential pledge is the fact that four actual human presidential candidates have signed the damn thing. And we bet you can guess who. Ted Cruz, Ben Carson and Bobby Jindal have joined Rick “Messy Bottom” Santorum in signing the appalling document, which promises to […]
Despite the Supreme Court ruling legalizing same-sex marriage nationwide, the National Organization for Marriage has not given up hope that they can push things back in their hateful direction, and this election season they’re again asking Repu… The post Guess Which 4 Republican Presidential Candidates Signed NOM’s Anti-Gay Marriage Pledge? appeared first on Towleroad.
The National Organization for Marriage can expect mass character assassination against its donors now that a Maine court has forced the organization to reveal their names.
Earlier today, we told you how the National Organization for Marriage handed over donor names from a list they had struggled to keep secret for more than 5 years in a protracted legal battle. The list featured the names of donors in a 2009 campaign t… The post Meet Sean Fieler, NOM’s Anti-gay Bankroller in the 2009 Maine Marriage Battle: VIDEO appeared first on Towleroad.
A general rule of democracy is that transparency and accountability are good, and secrecy and cowardice are bad. On Monday, transparency won: The heavily indebted National Organization for Marriage finally turned over the names of the donors who bankrolled its successful 2009 effort to ban same-sex marriage in Maine. Show More Summary
The National Organization for Marriage's campaign to overturn the marriage equality law in Maine had just one major donor from the state, according to newly released campaign finance documents released by court order. In 2009, NOM funneled...Show More Summary
The National Organization for Marriage today handed over donor names from a list they had struggled to keep secret for more than 5 years in a protracted legal battle. The list contains the names of donors in a 2009 campaign to overturn, via public re… The post NOM Turns Over Donor List in Maine Marriage Battle and It Contains Only 6 Names appeared first on Towleroad.
Portland Press Herald: The National Organization for Marriage has filed its campaign finance report from its 2009 bid to overturn Maine’s marriage equality law, revealing its donors to the ballot initiative for the first time. The report, released Monday, marks … Continue reading ?
Earlier this week, former National Organization for Marriage president Maggie Gallagher issued a report card on the various GOP candidates’ responses to the Supreme Court’s historic gay marriage ruling. Specifically, Gallagher graded the… The post Can You Guess Which GOP Candidate Got An A+ on Maggie Gallagher’s Gay Marriage Report Card? appeared first on Towleroad.
Today, Maine’s Supreme Judicial Court ruled that the fiercely anti-LGBT National Organization for Marriage (NOM) must release a donor list in connection with the state’s marriage referendum campaign in 2009.
Via the Portland Press Herald: The National Organization for Marriage has lost another round in its attempt to hide the identities of donors to a successful 2009 referendum campaign to reverse Maine’s marriage equality law. The Maine...Show More Summary
No longer needing to pretend they are something other than the thoroughly Catholic organization they've always been, the National Organization For Marriage has announced this little stunt: [NOM] I love how it's all about supposedly men and women coming to...
Next month the red-caped Catholic loons of Tradition, Family & Property will stage a mass anti-gay praying of the rosary outside the White House and Brian Brown invites you to join in: Join the National Organization for Marriage as we gather in front of the White House to pray the Rosary on August 15th from 10am-12pm. Show More Summary
Via press release from NOM: Brian Brown, President of the National Organization for Marriage, recently joined Republican presidential candidates and conservative luminaries in addressing the 2,500 activists who attended the FAMiLY LEADER’s Family Leadership Summit, which NOM was proud to co-sponsor. Show More Summary