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Members of Congress Urging Military Leaders to Defy...
More than 100 members of the House of Representatives are joining with Rep. Joe Kennedy (D-MA) and Rep. Jackie Speier (D-CA) in co-sponsoring a resolution demanding that the armed forces disregard policy directives of the Commander-in-Chief .  The stand-alone bill, House... Read More
26 Mar 19
Tags Congress/Legislation, Gays in the Military/LGBT Law
Court Order to “Draft Our Daughters” Caused by...
If parents learn someday soon that their 18-year-old daughters must register with Selective Service for a possible future draft, some may ask, “ Who is responsible for this?” Read More
11 Mar 19
Tags Congress/Legislation, Women in the Military
Trump Administration Wins Appeals Court Ruling on...
Appeals Court Respects Presidential Prerogatives Litigation Update #4. The ongoing campaign to misuse the federal court system to overturn policies regarding transgenders in the military, which President Donald Trump has tried to revise, recently took interesting turns. Read More
20 Jan 19
Tags Gays in the Military/LGBT Law, Judicial/Legal Matters
Marine Corps Commandant Caves on Co-Ed Basic Training
Marine Corps Commandant General Robert B. Neller , acting without prior notice, recently announced that for the first time in history , a platoon of fifty enlisted female recruits would be housed and trained alongside five male platoons in the 3 rd Training Battalion at the Marines’... Read More
16 Jan 19
Tags Training Standards & Health, Women in the Military
Donnelly Advocates for the “Home of the Brave and Land of...
Should the Congress put an end to Selective Service registration of young men, or require young women to register on an equal basis?  And should the government impose mandatory “national service” requirements on all Americans?  These were among the many questions that... Read More
28 Nov 18
Tags Congress/Legislation, Selective Service Implications
Seattle Subpoena SLAPPs CMR
What if a future federal judge nullified a future president’s orders sending troops to fight overseas – not because the Commander-in-Chief was abusing his constitutional powers, but because his (or her) motives for deploying troops were not politically correct? In view of... Read More
21 Aug 18
Tags Gays in the Military/LGBT Law, Judicial/Legal Matters
Is the Army Running in a New, Non-PC Direction?
After a decade of pressure to accommodate social agendas, the Army has taken steps to restore sound priorities.  According to recent news reports, the Army has decided to drop unnecessary transgender training, in order to spend more time on combat skills training.  Washington... Read More
05 Jul 18
Tags Army Combat Arms, Training Standards & Health, Training, Physiology, & Athletics, Women in the Military
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
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
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
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