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Don’t Ask Gets A Hearing

After a year of prevaricating, postponing, and pretermitting, the mythical Don't Ask Don't Tell repeal hearings have arrived - February 9th, at noon, according...

The National: DADT Rhetoric Is Nothing New

Following President Obama's less-than-stirring promise to repeal Dont' Ask, Don't Tell "this year," many advocacy groups are asking Obama to show them the money...

The National: Obama to Announce Senior Brass Support DADT Repeal?

The Marine Corps Times is speculating that President Obama will announce he's found his courage in between the couch cushions, next to the TV...

The National: DADT Announcement In State of the Union Speech?

President Obama may talk about repealing Don't Ask Don't Tell in his State of the Union speech tomorrow. Or maybe he won't. ...

The National: Obama Cares About Gitmo Prisoners More Than LGBTs

Does President Obama have more concern for Guantanamo detainees than the LGBT community? Richard Socarides, former President Bill Clinton's LGBT issues advisor, thinks so....

The National: Prop 8 driven by “gay pedophile” myth

Day 8 of the Prop 8 trial, and William Tam brings on the crazy. One of the prominent organizers behind the petition drive...

The National: Former Model Wins MA Race, But What Does This Mean?

With Martha Coakley's loss to Republican Scott Brown in a special election to fill Ted Kennedy's senate seat, two big questions are before us:...

Moorhead considering domestic partner registry

The Moorhead City Council could have a domestic partner registry as soon as March, according to the Forum of Fargo-Moorhead. Council members discussed items...

Project 515 names new executive director

Ana Kaner-Roth has been named the new executive director for Project 515, an organization working to educate Minnesotans about the 515 ways that Minnesota...

The National: LGBT Rights In The Balance in MA Election

We are, quite possibly, screwed. Not necessarily, since generally reliable poll analysis gives Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley a 1-in-3 chance of beating...