Tag Archive for 'DADT'

It’s a Good Day to be Gay

by Jason Stotts There’s a couple of reasons to celebrate today if you’re a gay, or, you know, support individual rights. Today is the first official day that the US military will allow openly gay service members (“gay service member” might be a term of art, I’m not sure). This is a great move forward […]

No More “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”

by Jason Stotts One oft he very few things that I think Obama has done right since he’s been in office is to work to repeal the military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” (DADT) policy of discriminating against non-heterosexuals in the military.  Yesterday, he officially signed the certification that will completely end DADT in 60 days. […]

DADT On Its Way Out

by Jason Stotts The Senate today voted 65-31 to repeal “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” (DADT), the policy that banned openly gay members of armed services.  This is great news and they need to speed this process along and make it official. WASHINGTON — The Senate on Saturday voted to strike down the ban on gay […]