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Marine Commander: DADT Repeal Won’t Be More Than A ‘Blip’

Marine Corps Commandant James Amos was originally the most steadfast opponents of DADT repeal, but he seems to have taken a turn for the adult,

February 18, 2011 Blog
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Dear Fundamentalists: The Rights of Christians in the Military Are Already Protected [UPDATED]

The reactions from fundamentalist Christian leaders in the wake of the repeal of DADT have been comical, to say the least, and the hits just

February 08, 2011 Blog, Press Release
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Bryan Fischer Again Exposes Fear Of Gays, Showers, Showering Gays, Etc.

It is the first time this has happened since the last time he was on the computer, so obviously we are dealing with breaking news:

February 07, 2011 Blog
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How Much Did It Cost to Enforce DADT?

Almost $200,000,000 between 2004 and 2009, according to the GAO. Fiscal conservatizms for the win!

January 21, 2011 Blog
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Wingnut Believes DADT Repeal Is Part of Broad Leftist Conspiracy to Do Something Or Other

Just clicking through my Google alerts, looking for something interesting to write about, and I find a piece on some website called Canada Free Press

January 07, 2011 Blog
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Re: Straight People Serving Alongside Gay People

I usually don’t link to/quote letters to the editor in local newspapers, but this is an exception, because it so clearly captures what we’ve been

January 06, 2011 Blog
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John McCain Now Says He Will Help Implement DADT Repeal

Once in a while, he reverses course in the right direction… Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) said Thursday he would work to help implement the repeal

January 06, 2011 Blog
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WorldNetDaily Readers Express Solidarity With Insubordinate Army Officer Who Won’t Implement DADT Repeal [UPDATED]

Comments sections at wingnut websites are always pretty funny, so I tend to question the logic of “Brian Fitzpatrick,” writing for WingNutDaily, when he chose

January 03, 2011 Blog
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I Hope Bryan Fischer Has a Merry Christmas

‘Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house Bryan Fischer was crying and hiding under stuff because he thought he saw a gay

December 23, 2010 Blog
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Taiwan Repealed Ban On Gays in Military in 2002; RELATED: Taiwan Still Exists

Yet another nation, one that I wasn’t aware of, that seems to have done right nice since they let the gays serve openly: The world

December 22, 2010 Blog
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