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Don’t Ask Don’t Tell

House Passes DADT Repeal 250-175

Well, this is good news: On a 250-175 vote, and with at least 15 Republicans supporting the measure, the House of Representatives — in a

December 15, 2010 Blog

New Stand-Alone Bill to Repeal DADT in House

Let’s see if the eleventy billionth time is the charm: House Democratic leaders have decided to make one last push to repeal the military’s ban

December 15, 2010 Blog

Jonathan Capehart on Which Marines We Really Should Worry About [Not the Gay Ones]

In a piece about Marine Corps commandant Gen. James F. Amos’s strange obsession with gay people, Jonathan Capehart explains that it’s not openly gay Marines

December 15, 2010 Blog

Three Gay Veterans File New DADT Lawsuit

This wouldn’t be necessary if Congress would do its damn job: Three decorated military veterans discharged because they are gay filed suit Monday in San

December 14, 2010 Blog

Elaine Donnelly Lies About Reasons for DADT Repeal’s Failure in Senate

Because that is what people like Elaine Donnelly do.  They lie: “The U.S. Senate did not allow itself to be bullied into passing legislation that

December 10, 2010 Blog

Stand-alone DADT Repeal Bill Introduced

Thank you Senators Lieberman, Collins, Udall and Gillibrand. Get it done this time, ‘kay? Jeremy posted a list of the key Senators that need to

December 10, 2010 Blog

DADT Repeal Dies 57-40

Of course, it needed 60 votes, and the Senate is a useless, dinosaur institution which isn’t equipped to serve the purpose of governing anymore. How

December 09, 2010 Blog

Call Senators NOW on DADT

From what I understand, Don’t Ask/Don’t Tell is likely to come up for a vote later today in the form of a cloture vote on

December 08, 2010 Blog

Nathaniel Frank on Gays Serving in Militaries Around the World

One of the points that’s always brought up when DADT repeal is mentioned, a point that bigots never really have a response for, is that

December 07, 2010 Blog

Prior To Death, Robert Byrd Expressed Support For Ending Don’t Ask/Don’t Tell

Raw Story reports that six days before his death, Senator Robert Byrd (D-WV) told a constituent that he supported the repeal of the military policy

December 07, 2010 Blog
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