Trend Results : Don't Ask Don't Tell


Blog Post Results (1-20 of 7520)

FILTER RESULTS

Alice, How Do I Tell My Sister-In-Law I Don't Want to Be Her Bridesmaid? — Ask Alice: Advice for Life at Home

Hi Alice, I am in desperate need of your help! My husband's sister got engaged in November and decided she wanted to get married this coming September. I was asked to be a bridesmaid in front of the entire family — so basically I was too embarrassed to say no. Show More Summary

San Francisco Archbishop Walks Back Catholic Version Of ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell

“I was surprised at the degree of consternation over this,” the archbishop said. The post San Francisco Archbishop Walks Back Catholic Version Of ‘Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ appeared first on ThinkProgress.

14 Stunning Photos of LGBT Military Personnel

These 14 photos tell a story of life post "don't ask, don't Tell." read more

Gnoosic Gives Dead Simple Music Suggestions Based on Bands You Like

Everyone has that one friend that can tell you bands you'd like once they hear which ones you already dig. If you don't, Gnoosic fills the void. The service asks for three bands you like and returns one artist recommendation. Read more...

What Fed Officials Really Don't Want You to Know (Hint: They Are Telling You)

George Selgin Yesterday morning I had a query from someone asking me to share my thoughts about the Federal Reserve Transparency Act, better known as the bill to “Audit the Fed.” Having given him a brief answer, I thought I might say...Show More Summary

An article that I suppose might be called an infomercial

"Erm, tell me, Terry. How do you actually earn money?" This is a question that I am constantly asked because, I think, I don't do a lot of self-promotion as far as drumming up work is concerned. I've tended to rely on word of mouth referrals,...Show More Summary

Quickies: Denouncing Catcalling, How Psychological Biases Affect Decision to Vaccinate, and Spray-On Pheromones Don’t Work

Categories: Quickies But Seriously, ‘Ought Women to Learn the Alphabet?’ – “In 1859, The Atlantic published an essay asking a simple—and very, very complicated—question.” ‘Stop Telling Women To Smile': Denouncing ‘Jackals’ And... (Read more...)

Don't Just Go Abroad -- Volunteer Abroad

Ask anyone about their study abroad experience, and they will tell you it was nothing short of amazing. But there is a secret to making it even better -- volunteering. I took my first trip abroad to Thailand this past December and found myself bringing in the New Year in a new country with new friends and an interesting new perspective on life. Show More Summary

San Francisco Archbishop Introduces ‘Catholic Version Of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ For Local School Employees

"Now his effort is seen for what it is — a clumsy, inept Catholic version of ‘Don’t ask, don’t tell,’” wrote Brian Cahill, former executive director of San Francisco Catholic Charities. The post San Francisco Archbishop Introduces ‘Catholic Version Of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell’ For Local School Employees appeared first on ThinkProgress.

When You See the Flag Being Allowed to Fly on This Air Force Base, You’ll Be Outraged

When LGBT activists whined about overturned Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, they swore that it wasn’t because they were pushing an agenda — they just wanted to be able to serve

'Pray Away the Gay' Program: Why Doesn't the Black Church Support 'LGBT Rights' as It Did the Civil Rights Movement?

In a feature titled "Don't Ask, Don't Tell in the Black Church," Al Jazeera questions why the black church isn't playing a central role in the movement for LGBT rights, as the institution did in the African-American civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s.

“Don’t ask, don’t tell” is a lie: What Ashton Carter should be asked today

Before defense secretary pick is confirmed, he must pledge to fix a huge disgrace: How we treat transgender members

On the eve of the Super Bowl, an illegal bookie tells all

NewsHour still shot. Editor’s Note: For his story on Super Bowl betting, Paul Solman interviewed an illegal bookie named Tim. We don’t know his last name, and he asked us not to show his face on the NewsHour. But what he had to say about how betting works was so interesting that we thought you’d want to read more. Show More Summary

Tell me what you don’t know

We’ll ask an expert, or even a student, to “tell me what you know” about some topic. But now I’m thinking it makes more sense to ask people to tell us what they don’t know. Why? Consider your understanding of a particular topic to be divided into three parts: 1. Show More Summary

Tell your congressperson: Don’t attend Netanyahu’s speech

If it was outrageous and inappropriate and unprecedented for the Republicans to ask Netanyahu to speak to Congress, thereby undermining Obama's Iran policy, those who oppose war should take action, and give Netanyahu the cold shoulder when he comes to Congress

Don’t ask, don’t tell: the Tory party treats atheists like the army used to treat gay people

I’m a Conservative MP who doesn’t believe in God. Polls suggest that my lack of belief puts me in the same position as most people in the country. So what’s… Continue reading The post Don’t ask, don’t tell: the Tory party treats atheists like the army used to treat gay people appeared first on Spectator Blogs.

The Problem With Obama's Bold SOTU

Barack Obama is very good at getting elected president (two for two!) and pretty darn good at policy (Obamacare, the stimulus, the auto industry rescue, Wall Street reform, ending Don't Ask/Don't Tell, Cuba, immigration reform executive...Show More Summary

Don't Tell Mom She Has Dementia

People often ask me things like, “Should I tell my mom that she has dementia?” Or, “Should I tell my dad with dementia that his sister just died?” My short answer is no. Don’t tell.If you do, you are engaging in what we call reality orientation. Show More Summary

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC