The Atlanta Braves got it right on Memorial Day. While it's true that other teams honored the 3 p.m. slot with a moment of silence, prior to that the Braves did something to honor one of America's servicemembers. It was a moment you would expect to see on Lifetime's show, Coming Home. U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. David Sims had spent six months in Afghanistan. After the top of the fifth, Sims' family was invited onto the field for a special video on the big screen from the husband and father, in Afghanistan, or so they thought.
[See post to watch Flash video] Oh, we found something the Human Rights Campaign is doing! Teaming up with Alex Nicholson's Servicemembers United, HRC's "Repeal DADT Now" campaign is on a Voices of Honor tour, which at this point fe... Read Post
The Human Rights Campaign (HRC) and Servicemembers United announced today a national "Voices of Honor" Tour to repeal Don't Ask, Don't Tell. Rep. Patrick Murphy (D-PA), a former West Point professor and Iraq War vet, is the lead spo... Read Post