Every year sees the debut of new things -- new actors on the scene, new gadgets, new websites, etc. -- that define an otherwise arbitary date.
It's almost been one year since President Obama repealed Don't Ask Don't Tell and the first academic study of the policy change has found that the repeal hasn't affected retention, recruitment, or harassment in the military.
Rick Perry just digs his hole deeper and deeper with each one of these tongue-ties, doesn't he?
Gen. James F. Amos, the head of the U.S. Marines who wasn't too thrilled with Don't Ask Don't Tell being repealed in September, is thrilled today with how the lift on the ban of gays in the military has gone so far, reports the AP.
The repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell will be certified
Suspends Don't Ask Don't Tell in wake of court ruling blocking the policy
Congressman and colleagues object to anti-DADT language
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