Clarke Cooper

Log Cabin Republicans

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Combat veteran who served in Iraq (2004) and Captain in the US Army Reserves who operates in violation of Don’t Ask Don’t Tell; Executive Director of the Log Cabin Republicans; former Bush-appointed liaison to the United Nations

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Almost 18 years after President Clinton signed "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" into law, the Pentagon today formally  repealed the ban  on gays and lesbians in uniform.

'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Gone, but Inequalities Remain

Almost 18 years after President Clinton signed "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" into law, the Pentagon today formally repealed the ban on gays and lesbians in uniform.

from To the Point

Last month, Federal Judge Virginia Phillips  declared  that "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" deprives gays and lesbians of equal rights under the Constitution, and further deprives the military…

'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' on a Legal Rollercoaster

Last month, Federal Judge Virginia Phillips declared that "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" deprives gays and lesbians of equal rights under the Constitution, and further deprives the military…

from To the Point

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