Category Archives: Gays in the Military

The Essentials: Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness – The more things change…

I guess you could call that a “wry” smile. Note Sisyphus pushing his stone on the desk. Thus, my acceptance of, a healthy accommodation made to my trudge through the United States Army. What follows is, perhaps, prophetic. Maybe not. … Continue reading

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Chaput (Cha-poo) Paces Pace

This morning’s Rocky Mountain News, provides Denver’s Archbishop Charley Chaput’s expected rhetoric with regard to General Peter Pace’s recent observation that homosexuals are immoral. Chaput (still hungry, no doubt, for the Cardinal red–such beautiful foul, um, fowl), noted that Pace … Continue reading

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Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell – General Peter Pace Comfortable in the Shadow of Strom Thurmond

The Chicago Tribune reports that the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, General Peter Pace, continues to support the, “‘…don’t ask, don’t tell’” ban on gays serving [openly] in the military because homosexual acts ‘are immoral,’ akin to a … Continue reading

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