Bil Browning

NOM: No 2009 Tax Returns Yet

Filed By Bil Browning | January 03, 2011 1:00 PM | comments

Filed in: Fundie Watch, Marriage Equality, Politics
Tags: election fraud, money, National Organization for Marriage, NOM, tax fraud, tax returns

Continuing their practice of skirting or outright violating American election law, the National Organization for Marriage has failed to file any tax returns for 2009. The group's 2007 and 2008 filings were up to 17 months late and they have been investigated in many states for election fraud and money laundering.

NOM watchdog Fred Karger reports:

fred_at_noms_door.jpgThe four year old National Organization for Marriage (NOM), and the National Organization for Marriage Foundation (NOMF) has once again failed to file its required Federal Income Tax Returns. Their IRS 2009 returns for both of these non-profits, their 501(c)3 and 501(c)4 were due on May 15, 2010. If they received an extension, then they were due October 15, 2010. Now they are 2 ½ months LATE!

I recently visited their new National Office in Washington, DC twice during regular office hours to view the returns. No one was there. They must make them available to anyone during regular business hours. We also have checked online repeatedly for their 2009 returns, and again, nothing. What is NOM trying to hide? Why do they not file their tax returns every year?

What was that about Jesus and the tax collectors? While Christ hung out with the IRS agents of his day, NOM's religious crusaders seem to stay as far away as possible. Of course, the differences between these holier-than-thou religious nutjobs and the God they supposedly follow have always been striking.


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IS there a way to report NOM's illegal tax activity to the IRS?

I think it's time for a full cavity search, IRS-style.

Bil, now that you live in DC, did you know that you and your partner may be able to file a joint DC tax return?

We're not married and have no plans to get hitched. But thanks, Xerxes for mentioning it.

They do usually put out their 990's, they're just usually a little late. Oh well.