Posts tagged with ‘dadt’

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Pro-abortion, homosexual rights advocate Barney Frank retires

by mafamily

Longtime congressman Barney Frank announced on Monday that he would retire after his current term expires in January 2013, leaving an important Massachusetts district open for next year’s election. Several individuals from both the Republican and Democratic parties have expressed interest in the seat. Frank’s district was redrawn this year after Massachusetts lost a congressional […]

DADT repeal complete, Scott Brown receives gay award

by mafamily

Yesterday, the military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy on homosexuals serving openly was officially repealed, and Senator Brown, who reneged on a campaign promise to support the repeal, received an award from a prominent gay organization last night. At the 2011 Spirit of Lincoln Awards Dinner, a national event hosted by the Log Cabin Republicans, […]

DADT repeal certified by Obama, DoD Chairman Panetta, and Joint Chiefs

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According to OneNewsNow, the Alliance Defense Fund (ADF) is raising questions about religious liberty in the wake of the Obama administration putting a formal end to the ban on homosexuals and bisexuals serving openly in the military. On Friday afternoon, following a meeting with Defense Secretary Leon Panetta and Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Admiral […]

Pentagon prepares to welcome recruits to the New Gay Army

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In an editorial earlier this month, the Washington Times opined that now “those who embrace traditional moral values are the ones being told to stay in the closet” under Obama’s new rules. The message has been clear, and as Joint Chiefs chairman Adm. Michael G. Mullen put it in a briefing last year, the answer […]

Scott Brown’s legacy on “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” repeal

by mafamily

Sen. Scott Brown’s reneging on his campaign promise to oppose the repeal of the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy has been well-documented in the Commonwealth Update, but the fallout from this repeal and Brown’s vote continue to develop. The Washington Times reported last week on the materials that are beginning to be distributed by the […]