Tag Archives: NOM

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 […]

Southern Baptist Convention: Executive Order Violates Freedom of Conscience

Russell Moore, president of The Ethics & Religious Liberty Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, has joined other faith leaders in raising concerns over the lack of religious liberty protections in President Obama’s new executive order. Moore said: “While we don’t know the full implications of this executive order, I am disappointed that this administration […]

Catholic Bishops Slam "Unprecendented and Extreme" Executive Order

The bishop-Chairmen of two USCCB Committees slammed President Obama’s July 21 “gender identity” executive order for its lack of religious freedom protection and “flaws in its core prohibitions.”  This new “non-discrimination” executive order, aimed at preventing workplace discrimination against LGBT persons, opens the door to discrimination against Christians and those with deeply-held beliefs about the nature of marriage […]

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 […]

NOM President Featured in Legatus Magazine

Brian Brown, President of NOM, and his family were recently featured on the cover of Legatus Magazine as part of their coverage of the upcoming extraordinary synod of Catholic bishops on pastoral challenges to the family in the context of evangelization. “At a time when the definition of marriage and family is being distorted almost daily, The […]

Thank Chairman Rogers, Subcommittee Chairman Crenshaw, Reps. Yoder & Graves, and other members of the House Appropriations Committee!

The House Committee on Appropriations approved the Financial Services and General Government Appropriations bill for 2015 last week.  In response to complaints from NOM and other pro-family groups, the bill prohibits the Internal Revenue Service from using funds to target groups based on ideological beliefs. This much-needed provision is aimed precisely at preventing the kind of […]

A Series of Unfortunate Events?

Kevin D. Williamson at National Review has written a scorching article about the criminal disclosure of NOM’s tax records.  His short post is completely worth a read.  It highlights the crazy dishonesty, lame excuses, and bizarre claims surrounding the IRS’s scandalous leak of NOM’s tax records. Williamson wrote: You may recall that when the IRS […]

IRS is Lawless, Partisan

It’s effective and wise for marriage supporters to boldly and vocally defend marriage in their communities. In light of our recent, hard-fought victory against the IRS, Don Williamson in Arlington, WA wrote a blistering op-ed asking why Eric Holder is refusing to act in light of this scandal. It seems that activists for same sex marriage illegally obtained [NOM’s] […]

Touching Father's Day Video Shows Dads are Irreplaceable

Just in time for Father’s Day, Dove has released a touching new ad highlighting the vital role fathers play in their children’s lives.  The ad affirms the dignity and value of every human being and shows how children benefit from growing up with fathers. The tear-jerking video is a perfect reminder of the unique, distinctive way in […]

Human Rights Campaign: "Fear is a Healthy Motivator"

So the so-called Human Rights Campaign finally admits that they support scaring people into agreeing, or pretending to agree, with them when it comes to marriage.  The group also admits that they “judge” attorneys who work to defend marriage, despite previously decrying anything they saw as “judgmental.”  These not-so-shocking admissions come in a recent Reuters news article titled U.S. law firms flock […]

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