Eat your way through the Magic City.
Spoiler Alert: No cookbooks.
Nutella just wants to be inside you.
The National Organization for Marriage is still fighting a marriage case that, for most people, ended more than six months ago.
How did they end up like this?
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“A stay is urgently needed,” opponents of same-sex couples’ marriage rights argue to Justice Anthony Kennedy.
This is what the rest of the world eats when intoxicated?! We need to step up our game.
Qu’y a-t-il dans un nom ? Beaucoup d’aigreur et d’anxiété, en fait.
Raising nearly $14.5 million in contributions in 2012, NOM reported spending nearly $16.5 million during the year. The group unsuccessfully fought three marriage equality ballot measures and one state constitutional amendment to ban same-sex couples from marriage in November 2012.
When offered one of these, the answer is always yes.
NOM (National Organization For Marriage) held their own rally against gay marriage at the Supreme Court yesterday. Here’s everything that I learned.
Opponents of gay rights spoke to a nearly empty room, while supporters had a standing room–only crowd. “We cannot be at war with America on issues of fairness, on issues of equality,” conservative Washington Post blogger Jennifer Rubin says.
“A marriage win in France will undoubtedly be noticed by the Supreme Court as it hears two critical marriage cases in March,” one American LGBT advocate says.
National Organization for Marriage forced to look farther afield after a losing election year.
Brian Brown, the head of the National Organization for Marriage was somewhat confident this past Friday about the four ballot measure dealing with gay couples’ marriage rights. He was picking up the pieces on Wednesday, after a clean sweep of losses for his cause.
Marriage is on the ballot in four states Tuesday, but that’s just the beginning. “This is never over,” says Brian Brown.
UPDATED: Senior campaign adviser Bay Buchanan said last week that the candidate supports states’ choices. This afternoon, though, she told BuzzFeed he still supports the amendment proposal.
Dan Savage, writer of the Savage Love column and creator of anti-bullying campaign “It Gets Better,” and Brian Brown, President of the National Organization for Marriage met at Savage’s home in Seattle for dinner and a debate over same-sex marriage and the Bible. [Ed. note: This is, like, an hour long, but it’s well worth skipping around to hear these two face off.]
Democratic platform move will “kill off the institution of marriage,” National Organization for Marriage head says.
Finally one I can relate to.
Republican lawmakers look into the case of the National Organization for Marriage tax documents that the Human Rights Campaign obtained. HRC maintains that the forms were lawfully obtained.
If thousands of businesses that sell these don’t pop up in the U.S. by the end of this year I will be extremely disappointed in you America.
Gay Republican protest candidate Fred Karger speculated to reporters that Gallagher, former National Organization for Marriage president, is divorced. “We are still married and living together,” an unfazed Gallagher tells BuzzFeed.
The National Organization for Marriage is calling on supporters to “dump Starbucks” because the coffee chain supports gay marriage. Now customers in favor of gay rights are pledging to drink even more coffee.
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