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Mormon Bedfellows

October 06, 2010,

After one of the Mormon Church’s top leaders, Elder Boyd K. Packer, told the world that same-sex attraction is \"impure and unnatural\" and can be overcome, the Human Rights Campaign strongly condemned the Mormon leader’s comments.



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HRC to Mormon Apostle: Three Days and Still No Correction

October 06, 2010,

Mormon Leader’s Inaccurate, Dangerous Sermon Requires Immediate Correction



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NOM Charitable Organization Violates Tax-Exempt Status by Campaigning for Senate Candidate

October 06, 2010,

The Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation's largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender civil rights organization, and the Courage Campaign today called on the National Organization for Marriage, or NOM, to explain why its tax-exempt charitable organization, the Ruth Institute – a project of NOM’s Marriage Education Fund – is violating federal laws by intervening on behalf of a candidate for elected office. This past Monday, Ruth Institute President Jennifer Roback Morse spoke on behalf of her organization at a campaign stop of the “Vota Tus Valores” bus tour, a NOM-backed independent expenditure in support of California Republican U.S. Senate candidate Carly Fiorina in San Diego. At the campaign event Morse talked about the role of the Ruth Institute, held up the organization’s signage and closed her remarks by saying, “We're very glad to be part of this electoral effort.”



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NOM’s Latest Attack Ad Targets Barbara Boxer

October 06, 2010,

NOM attacks Senator Barbara Boxer for supporting choice and equality in a new ad promoting Carly Fiorina.



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NOM paints with a broad brush so much it could open a gallery

October 06, 2010,

By Adam Bink Here’s Jennifer Roback-Morse of the Ruth Institute, who joined the NOM/Vota Tus Valores tour at a recent stop, going off on a tear regarding on marriage and abortion.



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Day 9 on the NOM California tour: The wheels come off the Vota Bus

October 06, 2010,

Sputtering to the finish line -Adam By Arisha Michelle Hatch Stop #35: Riverside Another day, another empty parking lot here in Riverside.



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Day 8 on the NOM California tour, Part 2: NOM goes in a church, but love thy neighbor values don’t c

October 05, 2010,

Here’s the report from last night’s San Diego “RALLY”, or at least that’s what Vota Tus Valores called it. We had some technical issues afterwards so thanks for your patience -Adam By Arisha Michelle Hatch Stop #34: San Diego Thirty-two attended a San Diego “rally” at the NAM Communidad Christiana Church to hear a little bit of Monday night gospel, as well as messages from Vota Tus Valores and NOM organizers. The majority of the service was conducted exclusively in Spanish.



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Adults who teach kids to bully, NOM, and why it’s hard to tell the two apart

October 05, 2010,

By Adam Bink Over at Huffington Post, Keli Goff has an interesting piece on the recent gay teen suicides. In it, she discusses her African-American mother’s difficulty with racial bullying when she was in school, and argues that the adults are the ones to blame, here...



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NOM’s Real Message

October 05, 2010,

Over the past few weeks, we’ve seen a spike in the number of youth suicides caused by bullying and harassment based on actual or perceived sexual orientation. These unacceptable tragedies force us to take a step back and examine what factors contribute to an environment where young people feel it’s acceptable to relentlessly harass their peers, and highlight the responsibility we all have to set an example for youth that diversity is something to be embraced, not ridiculed. NOM often cites protecting children as a reason for pushing their anti-equality agenda. Ads across the country warn of kids forced to learn that “gay marriage is ok.” But what do the messages NOM spreads really say to struggling, isolated youth?



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In Iowa Poll, 2+2=3

October 05, 2010,

National Organization for Marriage President Brian Brown sent out a “breaking news” alert last night touting a new Iowa poll commissioned by the Des Moines Register. Brown called the poll “shocking” because it had the race a toss-up. He might be right. “No Iowa Supreme Court justice has lost a seat since the state adopted a merit-selection and retention system in 1962,” the paper pointed out. “The justices have won retention with an average 75 percent support since 1998.” Forty-four percent of likely voters say they will vote \"yes\" to keep all three justices; 40 percent say they will vote to remove all three justices.



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