Don't Ask, Don't Tell (DADT)
Today marks the anniversary of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell,” finally repealed in 2011 after hurting countless people who proudly served their country
“It was illegal to be gay in the Air Force and we could have been thrown out so Gail and I allowed people to believe we were girlfriend and boyfriend.”
Of all the crimes Aaron Schock has allegedly committed, his fashion crimes remain among the worst. Let’s check out his other charges.
Marriage equality laws still discriminate against LGBT soldiers even after they’re done serving their country on the battlefield.
A Wikileaks document-dump reveals that Hillary has some thoughts on queer people her campaign isn’t quite ready to share with the world. But share we must.
Whoa. In less than one week, transgender people will be able to enlist and serve openly in the military. Here’s the details…
In 1961, when Barack Hussein Obama II was born in the brand new State of Hawaii, laws on the books in 22 of the other 49 United States forbade the marriage of his White American mother to his Black Kenyan father. Arizona’s anti-miscegenation law prohibiting marriage between whites and any persons[…]
A federal appeals court granted the Department of Justice’s request to continue the military’s anti-gay Don’t Ask Don’t Tell policy late Friday night. In a three-page decision, the US 9th Circuit Court of Appeals said that the government has provided new information, and the court was upholding the a previous[…]
In the ongoing failure of the government to do what it says it’s going to, the United States has filed for an emergency relief from a court’s earlier decision to immediately halt enforcement of DADT. The US Department of Justice is appealing to the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, asking[…]
In an order issued by a unanimous three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, U.S. District Court Judge Virginia Phillips’s judgment halting the worldwide enforcement of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” as a result of her decision in Log Cabin Republicans v. United States has been put back[…]