Author Archives: NOM Staff

NOM President Brian Brown Takes on Additional Role, Elected President of World Congress of Families

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 31, 2016 Contact: Joseph Grabowski (202) 457-8060 x-110 | Washington, D.C. – Taking on an additional role as a leader in the pro-family movement, Brian Brown, president of the National Organization for Marriage (NOM), has been elected president of the World Congress of Families (WCF). Brown was elected at the […]

Commentary: "Mic Drop" Obituary Challenges Those Left Behind

Steve Deace, writing at the Conservative Review, highlights a recent obituary which, though comical, also sounds a clarion call to our culture to stand up for what we believe in: Mary Anne Noland went full William Wallace with her last, dying breath earlier this week. Shouting ‘freedom’ to a people much in need of both […]

A Promise Kept

You’ll recall that when the New York legislature voted to redefine marriage in 2011, NOM pledged to oust the four Republican turncoats that betrayed their party and their constituents by voting against true marriage. We were able to unseat three of the four, but State Senator Mark Grisanti managed to maintain his seat—until yesterday! Yesterday, […]

Want room for ideology in your coffee?

The pro-same-sex marriage corporate behemoth Starbucks has taken its ideologically-driven LGBT agenda to a new level with a new ad featuring two reality TV star drag queens. The ad feature Bianca Del Rio and Adore Delano, two drag queens from a reality TV show on the LGBT network, OUTtv. Thus Starbucks continues to serve up a healthy […]

"Government should respect the rights of all citizens."

In The Daily Signal, Ryan Anderson of Heritage writes: It’s hard to imagine a more bedrock American right than being free to live according to your religious convictions. The very idea of being forced to violate your beliefs seems unthinkable. Unless you happen to believe that marriage refers exclusively to the union of a man and […]

Ryan Anderson: "This is an unfortunate setback for sound Constitutional self-government"

Ryan T. Anderson at The Daily Signal comments on today’s move by the Supreme Court to decline hearing appeals to cases overturning the marriage laws in several states. He writes: Today the U.S. Supreme Court declined to review appeals from Utah, Oklahoma, Virginia, Indiana and Wisconsin on the definition of marriage. This means that lower court rulings […]

"Ruthless Misogyny" - A Glimpse at the Radical LGBT Playbook

From Public Discourse comes this hard-hitting piece which everyone should read and share. It reveals the deplorable and unacceptable tenor of “debate” (if you can even call it that) waged by the radical activists promoting same-sex ‘marriage’ – a kind of bullying and harassment that has absolutely no place in the public square and should be condemned […]

Poll Shows Support for Redefining Marriage Has Stagnated

According to the results of a new Pew Research Center survey, “support for same-sex marriage could be leveling off,” reports the Associated Press. Some other findings of the survey are significant: [N]early three-quarters of Americans said religious influence in public life was waning and most saw that as a negative trend. About half of respondents […]

Brian Brown on FoxNews Special Report

NOM’s President Brian Brown was featured in a segment of FoxNews’ Special Report, saying that the right of the people of individual states “to vote on key issues and resolve them for themselves” is likely to be upheld by the Supreme Court when they take up the issue of marriage again. Watch the clip here: […]

Marriage Tips from a Couple Married for 87 Years

Zelmyra and Herbert Fisher married on May 13, 1924.  In 2008, they broke the Guinness World Record for being the longest married living couple.  Both died at the age of 105–Herbert in 2011 and Zelmyra in 2013. Before their deaths, the Fishers answered fourteen questions about their relationship and what made their marriage last for […]

Video: How Ryan Anderson Responded to a Gay Man Who Wants to Redefine Marriage

The Daily Signal has highlighted two great videos of marriage champion Ryan Anderson.  In the first video, Anderson charitably responds to a gay man’s questions about marriage. Anderson explained how redefining marriage ultimately makes marriage dissolve: In the second video, Anderson discussed the differences in the law’s interest in contracts and in marriage:  

Polygamy the Key to Happy Relationships?

Readers of the NOM blog know that the push to redefine marriage has far-reaching consequences.  Redefining marriage renders the institution meaningless.  Once marriage is no longer the lifelong union of one man and one woman, there is no logical conclusion as to why three or four consenting adults can’t “marry.”  After all, if marriage is solely based on adults’ […]

An Opportunity to Protect Conscience Rights

Last week at National Review, our friend Ryan Anderson presented four major problems with President Obama’s new executive order on sexual orientation and gender identity.   The four biggest problems with the executive order, Anderson wrote, are: 1.) It undermines our nation’s commitment to reasonable pluralism and reasonable diversity, 2.) It equates conscientious judgments about behavior, 3.) It […]

Christian Post: "Traditional Marriage Group Calls for Boycott of JP Morgan Chase Over LGBT Survey"

The Christian Post recently reported on NOM’s new VoidChase boycott of JP Morgan Chase Bank: National Organization for Marriage announced its boycott of the financial company earlier this week due to a survey the company did of employees that many believe was meant to punish employees who disagree with pro-LGBT positions. Joseph Grabowski, director of communications for NOM, told […]

When It Comes to Parents, It Isn't "The More The Merrier"

Blogging for the Ruth Institute, Jennifer Johnson recounted her experience of growing up with five parents.  The piece responds to claims by Masha Gessen, a prominent LGBT activist who was recently honored by the state department, who has famously celebrated her own unorthodox family as the shape of things to come: I have three kids […]

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