Sarah "Barracuda" has done it again. In her 24/7, at-any-cost quest to stay in the media spotlight--and thus, by her calculation, relevant--Sarah Pal...
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After we have taken a moment to reflect on the past and present sacrifices that our women veterans have made, and continue to make, let's not stop there.
Nuclear issues will loom large over the next month. Most of it will be demonstrated by the broad, nonpartisan and global support for reducing and eventually eliminating nuclear weapons.
As much as we welcome these helpful changes coming from Secretary Gates and his DOD General Counsel, interim steps are not a substitute for repeal.
It seems that there is no Republican principle that cannot be instantly disavowed if Obama decides it's worth backing.
Our gay service members need assurances that Congress will end the only Federal law that legitimizes discrimination against a particular class of people this year, rather than phasing it out over several years.
This is the moment for the President to end "Don't Ask, Don't Tell." If Obama fails to seize it, many young LGBT service members will surely be fired, careers ruined.
The Obama administration is trying to salvage the situation in Afghanistan after the Bush Administration lost the war over eight years.
I believe Congress will be in lockstep with the President on a repeal of DADT. At the end of this year, the law that bars gay men and women from serving openly in the military can be gone.
There has been an amazing confluence of events, and If McCain survives the last 24 hours, I'm not sure what it will take to stop him.
The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff has written an unusual open letter to all those in uniform, warning them to stay out of politics as the nati...
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