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Despite overwhelming support in the U.S. Military, brakes will in all likelihood be put on a repeal of DADT, if it is not handled during the 111th Congress lame duck session. So the stupidity and bigotry of this policy continues. <
It appears the last bar to openly admitting gays and lesbians to the military has been lifted, although informally. It probably shouldn’t be a surprise that the results of a survey among the military on homosexuals would be
Don't Ask Don't Tell (the Justice Department is set to repeal a ruling overturning the 17-year old policy) but also unwilling to hear dissenting opinions. Asked for comment, however, an administration official stressed that there are very precise
Less than halfway through his first term, President Barack Obama has appointed more openly gay officials than any other president in history. Gay activists say the estimate of more than 150 appointments so far from agency heads and commission members
The aspirations of gays and lesbians to join the U.S. army gets a breather, as the U.S administration for the first time is openly allowing recruiters to accept gay and lesbian applicants. The discriminatory 'don't ask don't tell law' that
Politics Northwest The Seattle Times political team explores national, state and local politics...Thursday's Spokane debate and again last night in Seattle , Rossi merely said he'd await the findings of a pending Pentagon report on the subject. But
The NYT reported that a service member discharged under the policy attempted to reenlist yesterday : With a briefcase full of commendations under his arm, Omar Lopez walked into an Austin, Tex., recruiting office Wednesday...He was honorably
After a federal judge yesterday ordered the military to stop enforcing Don't Ask, Don't Tell , Rep. Barney Frank called for the Obama administration to wait to appeal the ruling until after Congress can repeal the policy in a lame-duck session...A
President Obama's justice department could still successfully appeal the ruling.
US district court Virginia Philips issued an injunction ordering the United States military to "immediately to suspend and discontinue any investigation, or discharge, separation, or other proceeding, that may have been commenced under the "