The National Organization for Marriage’s ‘Dump Trump’ ad calls for those who still oppose marriage equality to consider Donald Trump a non-option in the upcoming Presidential election. The conservative group recently questioned its following, asking for opinions on the GOP hopeful’s true stance on marriage equality and LGBT rights. Show More Summary
The National Organization for Marriage — an organization that lost big when the Supreme Court legalized same-sex marriage — is launching an ad campaign in South Carolina asking voters there to “Dump Trump.” Their reason for going after 2016 GOP presidential front-runner...
Anti-gay activist group National Organization for Marriage has reacted with unbridled joy at the news of Ted Cruz’s god-ordained victory at the Iowa Caucus. In a letter to the faithful, NOM President Brian Brown wrote: We won a hugeShow More Summary
The head of the Ruth Institute, an organization that was at one time heavily associated with the National Organization for Marriage, is speaking out against President Obama's discussion of LGBT rights at last week's State of the Union Address.
Back in November 2014, the National Organization for Marriage vowed to unseat Ohio Republican Rob Portman, who in 2013 become the first sitting US senator in the GOP to endorse same-sex marriage after his son, Will, came out as gay. In a press releas… Read The post Anti-Gay Bigots Take Pathetic Swipe at GOP Sen. Show More Summary
Anti-gay group the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) has called on the GOP to leave empty a seat during President Obama’s final State of the Union to represent the millions of Americans who have voted against gay marriage. Claiming that… Read The post NOM to GOP: Leave an Empty Seat at SOTU for Voters Against Gay Marriage appeared first on Towleroad.
The National Organization for Marriage has launched a petition calling on Republican Indiana Gov. Mike Pence to oppose any effort to ban anti-LGBT discrimination in the Hoosier State. As we mentioned last week, Pence is expected to reveal his positio… Read The post NOM’s Brian Brown Is Terrified That Indiana Gov. Mike Pence Might Back LGBT Rights appeared first on Towleroad.
Megyn Kelly invited National Organization for Marriage President Brian Brown to weigh in on Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore’s directive to probate judges to enforce the state’s ban on gay marriage and stop issuing same-sex marriag… Read The post Megyn Kelly Not Amused by Brian Brown’s Idiocy on SCOTUS: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
On the heels of Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore's order to halt same-sex marriage licenses in the state, an emboldened National Organization for Marriage decided to send a history major to do a lawyer's job. Fox News anchor and experienced...Show More Summary
Calling Sen. Ted Cruz "a proven champion," the National Organization for Marriage (NOM) endorsed Ted Cruz for president and promised to do everything possible to make his election possible.
Bob Vander Plaats and the National Organization for Marriage both endorsed Ted Cruz this week. The post Iowa Republican ‘Kingmaker’ Joins Social Conservatives In Endorsing Ted Cruz For President appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Forbes: National Organization For Marriage Denied Attorney Fees In IRS Lawsuit, by Peter J. Reilly: It looks like the National Organization for Marriage has come to the end of the line in its hope for a big payday from the IRS for the unauthorized disclosure of the Schedule B (donor...
The National Organization for Marriage, which has been fighting against the Supreme Court's decision allowing same-sex marriage, and the longtime conservative activist Richard A. Viguerie are backing Senator Ted Cruz's presidential ...
It looks like the National Organization for Marriage has come to the end of the line in its hope for a big payday from the IRS for the unauthorized disclosure of the Schedule B (donor list) attached to its 2008 Form 990. Form 990 becomes public (The easiest way to [...]
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.