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Don’t Ask Don’t Tell

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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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
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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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