Since last week’s charges of “race-baiting” against the National Organization for Marriage, I have had some time to reflect on the political climate in America today. My responses in the National Review and on MSNBC were not enough to quell the uproar from those who seek to redefine one of the greatest foundational blocks of human civilization. They have called NOM and its supporters cynical, bigoted, divisive and arrogant. They have leveled personal attacks against Executive Director Brian Brown and many of his colleagues.Read more ›
Articles by: Maggie Gallagher
Maggie Gallagher is one of America's most beloved journalists. She is the former chairman of the National Organization for Marriage (NOM), which fights to protect traditional Christian morality from left wing radical homosexual activists.
As society goes through a broad transformation in its relationship to marriage, the fundamental role of motherhood is being rewritten. We have become a less family-focused country. We have separated sex, parenting and moral obligations to an extraordinary degree. Gay marriage advocates welcome this change, but it has far-reaching consequences [...]Read more ›
The first thing you’ll probably want to know is that I was born in Oregon and that I had a beautiful Catholic childhood and all that Frank McCourt stuff about being an Irish-American, but that’s not really relevant to the story I wish to share today. In the first place, [...]Read more ›