Category Archives: Don’t Ask; Don’t Tell

Only one response to Bruce Jenner’s sex change is allowed

Our society is increasingly controlled by a small group of people who tell the rest of us what we’re allowed to think and say on select moral issues. Continue reading

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Myth about the First Amendment

Our Sunday News recently asked me to be a voice to balance the weekly columns of the assistant editor. He generates the most reader response for the paper but writes from more of a left-side, liberal perspective (labels I am a … Continue reading

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More thoughts on gay marriage

I am not at all interested in imposing on the Sate or Legislator a Christian worldview. I realize that in a pluralistic nation differences must be respected within lawful boundaries. As a citizen, however, I am committed to pursuing what … Continue reading

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The strategy for gay marriage is working (7 point plan)

It’s sad to see the thinly veiled arrogance one is treated with unless he or she fully endorses gay marriage. I am quite sure getting a job with CNN or MSNBC would absolutely require endorsement of gay marriage. Don’t misunderstand. If they … Continue reading

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Using the accusation of hate

In the gay marriage debate, stop playing the hate card By Matthew J. Franck Friday, December 17, 2010 The Washington Post http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/12/17/AR2010121702528.html “In the debates over gay marriage, ‘hate’ is the ultimate conversation-stopper.” “What’s going on here? Clearly a determined … Continue reading

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The truth about “Don’t Ask; Don’t Tell”

Why do issues like “Don’t Ask; Don’t Tell” preoccupy the focus and money of our government? Politicians are moving toward a procedural vote to end the Pentagon’s 17-year-old “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy, which bans people who choose to be … Continue reading

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“Don’t Ask; Don’t Tell” raises a more complex legal issue

The question of whether U.S. District Judge Virginia Phillips’ overstep judicial boundaries by banning ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ raises a more important issue about how law and public policy treats sexuality. Legal decisions relating to sexuality are made all the … Continue reading

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