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Trump Drops LGBT Lobbying Fest
Here's some good news:  For the second time since his Inauguration, President Donald J. Trump did not renew President Barack Obama 's annual proclamation of LGBT Pride Month in June.  The Department of Defense, therefore, is not sponsoring a divisive special interest event for... Read More
22 Jun 18
Tags Gays in the Military/LGBT Law
Trump Transgender Policy Promotes Military Readiness . ....
On the issue of transgenders in the military, President Donald J. Trump and Defense Secretary James Mattis have done the right thing, for the right reasons.  Together they have seized the high ground, but now they will have to fight in the federal courts to keep it. On February 22,... Read More
22 Apr 18
Tags Gays in the Military/LGBT Law
What’s Behind the Transgender Movement, and Where Is It...
With lightning speed, an aggressive social movement promoting acceptance of transgenderism in American society has emerged and gained steam.  Many civilians and military observers are concerned about individuals who suffer from gender dysphoria, a psychological condition that is difficult... Read More
20 Mar 18
Tags Gays in the Military/LGBT Law
Mr. President, Just Do the Right Thing on Military...
In his presidential campaign, Donald J. Trump pledged to strengthen the armed forces and to end political correctness (PC) in the military.  The 2016 Republican National Platform provided unequivocal support: “ We reject the use of the military as a platform for social... Read More
20 Mar 18
Tags Gays in the Military/LGBT Law, Military Culture/Diversity, White House/Pentagon
Conservative Consensus Supports Trump on Transgenders in...
Liberal media sources keep focusing on the demands of LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) activists, but President Donald J. Trump has a clear mandate to restore sound policy on the matter of transgenders in the military. On February 14, the Conservative Action Project (CAP)... Read More
22 Feb 18
Tags Gays in the Military/LGBT Law, White House/Pentagon
Have the Marines Lowered Combat Endurance Test Standards?
A proud Marine Corps tradition has just ended, not with a bang but a whimper.  Historically, the Marines have fought to maintain high training standards, especially in the combat arms.  Infantry officers aspiring to lead others into battle had to pass the grueling Combat Endurance... Read More
19 Feb 18
Tags Training Standards & Health
Failure to File Supreme Court Appeal Invites Federal...
Under the U.S. Constitution, federal judges have no power to run the military.  Nevertheless, four U.S. District judges have ordered the Department of Defense (DoD) to ignore official instructions from President Donald J. Trump , and to fully implement unprecedented mandates to recruit... Read More
31 Dec 17
Tags White House/Pentagon
Defense Department Retains Pro-LGBT Obama Holdover to...
It is no secret that holdover officials in several government departments have been promoting the agenda of former President Barack Obama , instead of faithfully executing the policies of President Donald Trump . One of these high-level officials is Anthony Kurta , the former Deputy... Read More
11 Dec 17
Tags Gays in the Military/LGBT Law, Military Culture/Diversity, White House/Pentagon
“Supreme Judicial Commanders” Should Not Run Our Military
President Donald Trump seems buoyed by signs of progress on his economic recovery agenda, but he is in danger of losing his fight to strengthen military readiness and morale.  In fact, LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) activists are poised to win their biggest, most... Read More
07 Dec 17
Tags Gays in the Military/LGBT Law, Judicial/Legal Matters
Is the Army Masking Deeper Recruiting Problems?
USA Today recently reported that certain psychological conditions and behavioral problems, such as depression, drug and alcohol abuse, bipolar disorder, and self-mutilation, would no longer disqualify recruits seeking to join the Army .  Pressures to induct 80,000 new soldiers, up... Read More
16 Nov 17
Tags Military Culture/Diversity
149 Women Killed in War on Terror Since the attack on America on  September 11, 2001 ,  a total of 149 women deployed to  Afghanistan,  Iraq, Kuwait , and Syria have lost their lives in service to America. Most Americans, and even members of the... Read More
01 Apr 13
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