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Don’t Ask Don’t Tell

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The Ghost Is Slain

Weekly Column Anti-gay activists have long considered 1993’s Don’t Ask/Don’t Tell compromise one of their most prized victories. In one fell swoop, they humiliated President

December 21, 2010 Blog, Opinion, Press Release
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Relax, Wingnuts. You Really Will Survive DADT Repeal.

From a piece on how implementation of DADT repeal will actually work, based on the recommendations of the Pentagon report: The plans call for strict

December 21, 2010 Blog
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False Equivalence in Media Debate over Antigay Military Ban

Even after passage of repeal by the U.S. Senate, gullibility, melodrama, and false balance seem to be the rule rather than the exception in media

December 21, 2010 Blog
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Maggie Gallagher Just Doesn’t Know What DADT Repeal Means for Her Hate Crusade

Maggie: Everyone is asking me: What does DADT repeal mean for the gay-marriage debate? I will tell you: I don’t know. I’ve always believed that

December 20, 2010 Blog
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Obama To Sign DADT Repeal Wednesday

By the way, in case you were curious: President Obama is likely to sign the repeal of the military’s “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy Wednesday,

December 20, 2010 Blog
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Marine Corps Commandant Falls in Line, Will Lead Effort to Implement DADT Repeal

This is more like it: “Fidelity is the essence of the United States Marine Corps. Above all else, we are loyal to the Constitution, our

December 20, 2010 Blog
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Politician Wants to Ban Gays from Virginia National Guard

Yeah, right: Following this weekend’s vote by the Senate to allow gays to openly serve in the military, Del. Bob Marshall (R-Prince WIlliam) said he

December 20, 2010 Blog
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Tony Perkins Baselessly Claiming Marines Will Die Because of DADT Repeal

Tony Perkins’ lies are getting bigger and bolder. It’s like he’s not even trying to say things that have the merest veneer of plausibility, instead

December 20, 2010 Blog
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The History of DADT Repeal, In a Nutshell

This whole piece from Jason Linkins is epic, as he traces the history of the discriminatory Don’t Ask Don’t Tell policy from its inception to

December 18, 2010 Blog
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DADT Repealed in Senate; Final Vote 65-31

Now the President needs to sign it and implement it ASAP. Since it’s such a historic day, let’s laugh together at Bryan Fischer of the

December 18, 2010 Blog
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