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The Suicide Sisterhood
Crown Prince Abdulla has arrived in Crawford, Texas, preceded by a media charm offensive and "Morning in Saudi Arabia" television commercials. The spots are beautifully produced, but not enough to obscure the haunting image, recently broadcast around the world, of a winsome five year-old girl... Read More
25 Apr 02
Tags Military Culture/Diversity
CMR FILES RESPONSE IN SUPPORT OF MOTION FOR SUMMARY JUDGMENT
On March 28 CMR attorneys responded to documents filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia by feminist attorney Susan Barnes. In litigation filed against CMR in 1996, Barnes accused CMR of ending the already-failing career of former pilot Carey D. Lohrenz by exposing double... Read More
18 Apr 02
Tags Congress/Legislation, Judicial/Legal Matters
DEMISE OF THE DACOWITS
Despite intense pressure from Pentagon feminists and their allies in Congress, the Charter of the Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services was allowed to expire on February 28, 2002. This was good news to the Center for Military Readiness and many influential friends and organizations... Read More
15 Apr 02
Tags Women in the Military
"Military Advisors' Agenda 'Extreme' "
Washington Times Background Report on the DACOWITS Will Bush Defense Department Dissolve Feminist Power Base? . . . Read More
05 Mar 02
Tags Women in the Military
Center for Military Readiness News Release
Friday, March 1, 2002 Elaine Donnelly, President of the Center for Military Readiness, praised the Bush Administration for not renewing the charter of the Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services (DACOWITS), which expired at midnight yesterday, February 28. (See "Women’s Panel... Read More
01 Mar 02
Tags Women in the Military
CMR URGES PENTAGON TO DISCONTINUE THE DACOWITS
Elaine Donnelly, President of the Center for Military Readiness, disputed claims made by Rep. Heather Wilson, (R-NM), who met with Deputy Defense Secretary Paul Wolfowitz yesterday to promote renewal of the charter of the Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services. (Washington Times,... Read More
28 Feb 02
Tags Women in the Military
LEAD STORY IN HUMAN EVENTS AND OTHER NEWS REPORTS ANALYZE...
In a front-page story published in the February 11 edition of Human Events, David Freddoso explains reasons why the charter of the Pentagon’s Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services should be allowed to expire at the end of February 2002. This and other articles appearing in... Read More
15 Feb 02
Tags Women in the Military
IWF "Women's Quarterly" Disses the DACOWITS
"Booby Traps at the Pentagon"  . . . Read More
15 Feb 02
Tags Women in the Military
SUMMARY AND OVERVIEW: DISCONTINUE THE DACOWITS
The Defense Advisory Committee on Women in the Services was established in 1951, when there were virtually no women, civilian or military, in leadership positions. Fifty years later, there is no need for a tax-funded civilian advisory committee to tell the Defense Department what to do regarding... Read More
28 Jan 02
Tags Women in the Military
LEGACY PROJECT
The Bill Clinton "Legacy Project," instigated last December by the former president and his friends, is off and running in an unlikely direction. Clinton’s record as Commander in Chief was abysmal. That did not stop the New York Times from publishing a New Years Day op-ed piece headlined... Read More
24 Jan 02
Tags Congress/Legislation, Conscience Rights & Religious Freedom
GRIM TOLL OF MILITARY WOMEN KILLED IN WAR
152 Women Killed in War on Terror Since the attack on America on  September 11, 2001 ,  a total of 152 women deployed to  Afghanistan,  Iraq, Kuwait , and Syria have lost their lives in service to America.  The number includes two who were... Read More
01 Apr 13