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Congress/Legislation

Allen West Questions Senators Paul and Cruz on Support...
Iraq war veteran and former congressman  Col. Allen West  (R-FL) has criticized  Senators Rand Paul  (R-KY) and  Ted Cruz  (R-TX) for supporting controversial  legislation that would create a  new  independent system  of military... Read More
11 Aug 13
Tags Congress/Legislation, Judicial/Legal Matters, Sexual Misconduct
Women in Direct Ground Combat -- Why Congress Must Intervene
The  Center for Military Readiness  has prepared a brief but comprehensive analysis of issues raised when the  Obama Administration  set in motion a determined, incremental plan to unilaterally abolish military women's exemption from direct ground battalions. Read More
28 Mar 13
Tags Congress/Legislation, Military Culture/Diversity, Women in the Military
Chuck Hagel − or Barney Frank − for Secretary of Defense?
When President Barack Obama first suggested that Chuck Hagel might be his choice for Secretary of Defense, some gay activists pledged to oppose the former senator because he is not sufficiently supportive of LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) causes.  This gratuitous slap at... Read More
07 Jan 13
Tags Congress/Legislation, Gays in the Military/LGBT Law
National Party Platforms Set Different Courses on...
"Peace Through Strength" vs. Obama World View National political platforms are important for the insight they provide into the character of party leaders who write and approve them.  In both substance and process, differences between the  Republican  and  Democratic... Read More
06 Sep 12
Tags Congress/Legislation, Gays in the Military/LGBT Law, Women in the Military
Republicans Adopt Solid Platform on Military/Social Issues
The 2012 Republican National Platform, titled  We Believe in America , includes this affirmation:  "We are the party of peace through strength."   The unequivocal statement is supported by a comprehensive platform section   "American Exceptionalism,"... Read More
05 Sep 12
Tags Congress/Legislation, Gays in the Military/LGBT Law, Women in the Military
Congress Stands With the Troops on Marriage and Religious...
Strong Support for Palazzo, Akin, and Huelskamp Amendments On May 9, 2012, the  House Armed Services Committee (HASC)  approved two amendments to the  National Defense Authorization Act   (NDAA)  that would reaffirm the traditional definition of marriage and... Read More
15 May 12
Tags Congress/Legislation
Huelskamp Spearheads Military Religious Liberty...
The newly-enacted LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) Law and related policies in the military have created irreconcilable conflicts that have yet to be resolved.  The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution guarantees rights of conscience and... Read More
22 Feb 12
Tags Congress/Legislation, Conscience Rights & Religious Freedom
Congress Must Protect Defense of Marriage Act in the...
Twenty-four hours after final repeal of the 1993 law usually called  "Don't Ask, Don't Tell"  on September 20, Defense Department officials revealed their true intent regarding same-sex marriage in the military. In  two policy memoranda , the Pentagon authorized the use of... Read More
26 Oct 11
Tags Congress/Legislation, Conscience Rights & Religious Freedom
WHERE DO ALLEN & WEBB STAND ON WOMEN IN COMBAT?
On September 13, 2006,  Sen.George Allen  (R-VA) raised the issue of women in combat in his campaign for re-election to the U.S. Senate. According to news reports, the Allen campaign sponsored a high-profile news conference criticizing a  Washingtonian  magazine article... Read More
05 Oct 06
Tags Congress/Legislation, Conscience Rights & Religious Freedom
LOHRENZ V. DONNELLY DISMISSED BY THE SUPREME COURT
In September 2003 a three-judge panel of the  U. S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit  reaffirmed the Motion for Summary Judgment that had been approved by  U. S. District Judge Royce C. Lamberth  in August 2002. The case finally ended on May 17,... Read More
04 Sep 06
Tags Congress/Legislation, Judicial/Legal Matters
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