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National Organization for Marriage

Supreme Court deals another blow to NOM

The anti-gay National Organization for Marriage (NOM) gets the snub this morning from the U.S. Supreme Court in its bid to overturn a lower court decision regarding its campaign against same-sex marriage in Maine in 2009.

COMMENTARY: Remember who signed the NOM Pledge

Bravo to The New York Times editorial board for condemning the National Organization for Marriage and shaming the Republican presidential candidates for not repudiating NOM’s strategy to “Divide and Discriminate.”

COMMENTARY: NOM lets others do their dirty work

For more than a year now, gay rights activists have alleged that NOM is playing a shell game, avoiding the most egregiously false defamations of gay people on its own website, but linking directly to others who don’t.

Anti-gay activists looking for glamorous, unintelligent celebrities to advance their cause

sounds like a headline from the Onion, but strategy documents uncovered yesterday, from the nation's most prominent anti-gay marriage group, the National Organization for Marriage, reveal a novel approach to convincing Americans to vote against marriage equality: recruit glamorous but unintelligent celebrities.

HRC condemns Speaker Boehner for appointment of NOM’s Robert George

Robert George co-authored the Federal Marriage Amendment in 2001, which would have written discrimination into the U.S. Constitution. And in 2004, he helped draft another discriminatory amendment to ban same-sex marriage. He wrote the “Manhattan Declaration.”

Supreme Court rejects appeal by NOM to hide donors

The U.S. Supreme Court declined today to hear a constitutional challenge by the anti-gay National Organization for Marriage (NOW) regarding a legal ruling in Maine that it violated election laws.