The Pentagon makes sure the public supports 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' repeal
In the battle over gay rights, dissent during wartime isn't always tolerated
The military's "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy barring gay and lesbian soldiers from serving openly seems to have been dealt a mortal blow yet again. Legally, it was substantially wounded last year when U.S. Judge Virginia Philips issued an injunction and refused to grant a stay during its ap ... More >>
What the networks don't ask the poster boy of the movement against "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," he's happy to tell.
It's finally happening: the White House is officially behind Congressional efforts to end "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" this week.
'Don't Ask, Don't Tell?' Or Seek And Destroy? The Military's New Gay Purge