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Study: Homophobes may secretly be gay themselves - TheDC

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Study: Homophobes may secretly be gay themselves: ‘[T]hese are people who are at war with themselves and they are turning this internal conflict outward’

Breitbart.com holds up Sharpton remarks for scrutiny after Limbaugh slap [VIDEO] - TheDC

A new video compilation of Sharpton is providing conservative commentators with new ammunition

Perry tries to regain footing by attacking political correctness - TheDC

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Perry’s staff has disabled YouTube’s ‘like/dislike’ feature on the ad, a likely consequence of gay activists’ angry reactions to his last ad

Your federal Facebook friend, no approval necessary - TheDC

White House pressures schools, principals, to creep on student profiles

Pentagon study: Gays could serve with no harm - AP

Report released by Pentagon Tuesday expected to reignite ‘Don’t Ask’ debate

Graham: No 'Don't Ask' repeal - AP

Republican Senator plays down chances that the ban on gays in the military will be ended during the lame-duck session

Senate to vote again on military gay ban - AP

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid says he will call for a vote after Thanksgiving on legislation that would allow gays to serve openly in the military

Cindy McCain differs with husband on gay policy - AP

Cindy McCain directly lays blame for a recent spate of gay teens’ suicides with lawmakers and clergy who oppose gay rights

Obama admin. opposes judicial DADT repeal - AP

DOJ asks high court not to touch gay military ban

Marines' leader: Keep policy on gays in military - AP

Newly appointed commandant of the U.S. Marines Corps refuses to comment on the leaked results of service member survey

Supreme Court asked to review gay military ban - AP

Lawyers for Log Cabin Republicans asked the high court Friday to vacate a decision by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals keeping “don’t ask, don’t tell” in place

Obama seeks stay of 'Don't ask, don't tell' ruling - AP

The administration is in favor of repealing the law but says letting the recent ruling go forward immediately would be a major problem for the military

Troops discharged for being gay try to re-enlist - AP

At least three service members have begun the process to re-enlist after the Pentagon directed the military to accept openly gay recruits

Judge says do tell - AP

Judge orders military stop enforcement of ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’

Senate Republican to back repeal of gay ban - AP

Collins, member of Senate Armed Services Committee, joins Gates in supporting White House-backed plan to repeal Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell

Don't ask, don't dwell - AP

White House moves to divert attention from possible repeal of controversial policy

Army wants straight answers on gay ban - AP

The military is considering a system for soldiers to anonymously express their opinions about its “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy

Military tells Congress to keep gay ban for now - AP

In a strongly worded letter, Pentagon leaders tell the House Armed Services Committee that forcing policy changes before it’s ready would be a mistake

Powell: 'Attitudes and circumstances have changed' - The New York Times

Gen. Colin L. Powell, who in the 1990s opposed allowing gay men and lesbians to serve openly in the military, switched gears today and threw his support behind efforts to end the “don’t ask, don’t tell” law