All posts tagged "hrc"

  • Senate Falls Short (UPDATED)

    The Senate voted this afternoon, Sept. 21, to block consideration of the National Defense Authorization Act, which includes an amendment aimed at repealing the military's...

  • The Remainders

    The chances of the Employment Non-Discrimination Act being signed into law before the start of the 112th Congress in January 2011 are extraordinarily slim due...

  • Lessons From Jennings

    Speaking Tuesday to a packed room of progressive interns finishing up a summer in D.C., Kevin Jennings – now serving as the assistant deputy secretary...

  • Zack Tells All

    Zack Rosen, usually writing at The New Gay and known more recently for showing all (Google it, grown-ups), is now comfortable telling all too, following...

  • Surveying Headaches

    The Department of Defense mailed out 400,000 surveys to servicemembers on Wednesday, July 7, with half going to active servicemembers and the other half going...

  • Pentagon Pushes Back

    In a late Friday afternoon news conference, Pentagon spokesman Geoff Morrell defended the 103-question survey distributed to 400,000 active-duty and reserve servicemembers about the possible...

  • Questions' Quagmire

    The Department of Defense mailed out 400,000 surveys to servicemembers on Wednesday, July 7, with half going to active servicemembers and the other half going...

  • HRC Endorses Kagan Nomination

    Today, the Human Rights Campaign announced its endorsement of Solicitor General Elena Kagan for the Supreme Court. From HRC: “Elena Kagan has demonstrated her understanding...

  • Mixed Messages on Blood

    After a generation of gay men grew up being prohibited from donating blood after having had sex with just one man even one time since...

  • News Analysis: Four Days That Shook DADT (UPDATED)

    In the 96 hours between Monday morning, May 24, and Thursday evening, May 27, America may have seen the most deft legislative accomplishment of the...