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DADT discharges down again in 2009

The Servicemembers Legal Defense Network announced yesterday that discharges for the four services under “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” continued to decline in 2009, down a third from the year before.

Kicking off Black History Month

As a black lesbian, I know that it’s especially important for both the LGBT and African-American communities to honor and teach our histories—histories that so often get erased by time and prejudice.

Host a Valentine's Day Party for Immigration Equality

As a day about love and commitment, Valentine’s day can be a special opportunity to raise awareness about the thousands of loving couples separated by our country’s unfair immigration laws.

Courage will Persevere

While it was great to hear the President’s vow in his State of the Union address to end “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” this year, we know he can’t do it without Congress.

Eagle Forum opposes the Military Readiness Enhancement Act

Eagle Forum, a leading pro-family organization founded by its current President, Phyllis Schlafly, strongly urged members of Congress yesterday, as well as other Americans who support the U.S. military, to defend current law which holds that homosexuals are ineligible to serve in the U.S. armed forces.