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.
For the next two days, various high offices of the Roman Catholic church is holding a conference that they call The Complementarity of Man and Woman: An International Colloquium.
The National Organization For Marriage has shift has been noticeable. While once almost obsessively concerned about its image in order to be seen as an organization that's focused on public policy, in recent years NOM has shown itself to be animus-driven.
NOM's obvious (and growing) desperation will alienate far more than their new shotgun approach to the marriage fight could ever hope to recruit.
The World Congress of Families, an international "super team" of anti-LGBT and conservative activists, is hosting a "Life, Family, and Freedom Conference" in the city of Melbourne. This event has sparked local protests because of WFC's radical global agenda as well as the fact that the conference has managed to book actual figures from Australian government to attend.
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.
Fox News insists the IRS "intentionally leaked" NOM's documents after judge says that's not the case
GLAAD joins 80 lawmakers, community, and faith leaders to ask Roman Catholic bishop to decline NOM March
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.