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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.
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.
You may disagree with your political and ideological opponents, but would you ever compare their kids to the kids of parents torn apart by divorce? How about the kids of parents who had died? Jeremy Hooper explores the recent changes at NOM.
Some of the worst anti-gay activists in the Commentator Accountability Project are representing NOM at its rallin in Washington DC this week. See and share what they've all had to say in the past.
As one might expect, those monitored by GLAAD's Commentator Accountability Project had much to say about Tuesday's election—and much of if it was predictably anti-LGBT in tone.