Gay talk excluded under dadt
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Under the new policy, gay, lesbian and bisexual Americans could serve their country, as long as they kept their sexual identity under wraps. Meanwhile, the military continued to discharge thousands of gays and lesbians from service. Though the U. In the aftermath of World War I , the military made the act of sodomy a crime subject to punishment by a court-martial.
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So DADT's Unconstitutional. What's next? | The Bilerico Project
Note: Cross-posted on Pam's House Blend. Yesterday a ruling was finally issued on the years-old LCR vs. I still remember the day - after a meeting with Sen. John Warner - Alex was asked to be lead plaintiff on this case. Both legislative and judicial repeal were a long shot at that point, so the attitude then was "Why not? Over the next day or so there will be many analyses of what the ruling means that will be much more clever than my non-lawyer mind could produce. So I won't.
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With Repeal Of 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell,' An Era Ends
Liz Halloran. A gay member of the U. Air Force who wishes not to be identified reads a copy of the new magazine OutServe intended for actively serving lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender U.
All things cost money, even the implementation of new rules that would repeal the outdated and completely unfair Don't Ask, Don't Tell DADT policy that prevents gays and lesbians from servicing openly in the military. One of the President's jobs is to present a budget to Congress every year. This initiative entails a policy change and has very little budgetary impact and that is why it's not represented in the Budget. That seems simple enough on the surface. OMB Director Peter Orszag made a similar statement to reporters on Sunday, "I don't think there's any direct funding -- there's no direct -- that's not something that would be reflected in the budget because there's not a direct funding implication.