Year: 2010

This morning President Obama signed the repeal of “don’t ask, don’t tell” into law.  He began the signing ceremony with a story about a gay soldier who served in World War II.  Later, he talked about how there will never …

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This weekend’s historic vote to repeal the military’s formal “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy is truly a significant gain in the fight for LGBT equality.  DADT has not only legally discriminated against LGBT members of the military, but it has …

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I’m very excited to announce that American Heroes Coming Out From Behind The Badge is now available for pre-order.  Signed hard cover edition will be ready to ship by the middle of January 2011.  The soft cover and e-book will …

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It’s clear that the presence of homophobia is the motivation and basis for the military’s now unconstitutional “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy.  This is the same kind of homophobia that keeps in place the unwritten “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” culture …

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Almost immediately following Judge Walker’s decision about Prop 8 being both a violation of the 14th Amendment’s guarantee of due process and equal protection, critics and religious zealots went on the attack.  They accused the Judge of making law and …

Activist Judges? I Think Not Read More »