Jeremy Hooper reports that most of the people involved in forming the National Organization for Marriage have now formed a new organization, The Princeton Group. This has not been made public and it doesn’t appear to have official non-profit status, but could this be a new NOM rising from the ashes of the old one?
Little did we know that just about fifty miles away from our NYC home, over in Princeton, NJ, Maggie Gallagher (NOM cofounder and past president), Robert George (NOM cofounder and chairman emeritus), Brian Brown (current NOM president), John Eastman (NOM’s current board chair), and a number of other individuals who were responsible for creating NOM back then (like founding board members Luis Tellez and Chuck Stetson, for instance) and are responsible for maintaining NOM now (like Sean Fieler, a key funder, and Diego Von Stauffenberg, NOM’s current development director) were holding a secret, invite-only meeting focused on “developing and deploying an action plan to protect marriage and preserve religious liberties.” It certainly seems like some sort of secret, shadowy version of NOM (Super NOM?) is going on behind the scenes.
I’m always amused at this claim that if we let gay people get married, marriage will be “redefined out of existence.” What does that even mean? Straight marriages will suddenly not exist? It’s just such a moronic claim.