Just two years ago, conservative Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy infuriated LGBT activists when he publicly voiced his support for traditional marriage. As his company gets ready to expand into the more liberal northeast, however, Cathy is on a campaign to show the public that he has found a wiser way.
Possible 2016 Republican presidential candidate says President Obama could very well be lying about his support for marriage equality. Huckabee questioned President Obama’s support for marriage equality during an appearance on Fox News on Friday, suggesting that Obama was not genuine in his belief that gay and lesbian couples should be allowed to marry. Describing […]
"Were you lying then, are you lying now, or did the Bible get rewritten?” Huckabee asked. The post Mike Huckabee Says Obama May Be Lying About His Support For Gay Marriage appeared first on ThinkProgress.
Last night 2016 presidential wannabe Mike Huckabee attacked President Obama for supporting gay marriage and questioned Obama's Christianity. Mike Huckabee recently defended his position on gay marriage by saying it’s not homophobia to...Show More Summary
Pharrell Williams joined Ellen DeGeneres on her talk show this week to talk the success of his new album, his affinity for women and his support for same-sex marriage. After giving an impassioned speech about the rights of women andShow More Summary
Just days after OkCupid urged its users to boycott Mozila Firefox for its now-former CEO's views on gay marriage, news broke that OkCupid co-founder Sam Yagan once donated money to an anti-gay candidate. According to federal election records, Yagan donated $500 in 2004 to U.S. Show More Summary
by Kirsten Andersen PORTLAND, OR, April 8, 2014 (LifeSiteNews.com) – A soon-to-be opened natural foods store in Oregon is in danger of never opening its doors after homosexual activists publicized remarks its Mormon owner made online supporting true marriage and organized a boycott targeting not just the store, but…
Gay rights cannibals forced out Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich due to his support for a 2008 California proposition banning gay marriage. Perhaps it is time for Barack Obama to resign as President of the United States. http://www.commdiginews.com/politics-2/mozillas-eich-resigns-over-gay-marriage-should-obama-do-the-same-13789/ eric
"A leading supporter of gay marriage, [Andrew] Sullivan warned other supporters not to practice 'a fanaticism more like the religious right than anyone else.' I can’t get quite as worked up as he did. For one thing, prominent gay rights groups weren’t part of the Mozilla fray. Show More Summary
Andrew Sullivan argues Eich should not have been forced to resign from Mozilla for his anti-gay marriage donations, combined with his unwillingness to recant his position. As a supporter of gay marriage (as of course Sullivan is too), I very much agree. Like Sullivan, I see such such ideological witch hunts as unjust, counterproductive, and […]
GLEICHSCHALTUNG! Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich forced to resign for supporting traditional marriage laws. To be clear, for holding, in 2009, the view of gay marriage that Barack Obama held, instead of the view that Dick Cheney held. As someone who was publicly supporting gay marriage even before Dick Cheney, I find this degree of bullying [...]
Mozilla CEO resigns for the offense of having donated to Prop. 8 years ago, thus showing his support for traditional marriage. I support gay marriage. I also hate thuggery. I will be removing Firefox from every computer I own. I encourage every reader of this site to do the same.
This is what heavy handed Gay Bullies do, they scare corporations to give up a pound of flesh for not sucking up to the Gay lobby. Yahoo News reports Mozilla Chief Executive Brendan Eich has stepped down, the company said on Thursday,...Show More Summary
The newly appointed chief came under fire for a $1,000 donation made in 2008 supporting a gay marriage ban. Following a broad backlash over his support of California's gay marriage ban in 2008, Mozilla CEO Brendan Eich has stepped down. Read Full Story
Brendan Eich has stepped down as CEO of Mozilla, a company he cofounded, following significant criticism for his earlier support of a legal measure banning gay marriage "Brendan Eich has chosen to step down from his role as CEO," Mitchell Baker, executive chairwoman of Mozilla, wrote in a blog post. Show More Summary
Mozilla's new CEO Brendan Eich has officially resigned in the wake of protests over his support for a ban on gay marriage.
Mozilla has announced that its CEO Brendan Eich has resigned in the wake of a controversy surrounding his prior support of an anti-gay marriage law. The company noted in a post that standing for equality and free speech at the same time is hard. Show More Summary
Since Mozilla appointed its former CTO Brendan Eich as CEO last week, the company been caught up in a whirlwind of controversy. Eich donated $1,00 to Prop 8 in 2008—the California bill that deemed gay marriage illegal—and some members of the Mozilla community have said this contradicts the company's values of openness and inclusion. Show More Summary
Sara Bareilles became one of the most visible gay-rights activists in the music world when her song “Brave” tore to the top of the charts, but not everyone is comfortable with her place in the same sex marriage debate. The song and its strong but not-too-specific message has been embraced by everyone from cancer survivors...
The appointment of a new CEO by the company that makes the Firefox Web browser has prompted board members to quit, a Twitter frenzy and a push back from a leading dating website because he supported California’s former gay marriage ...