The Navy is encouraging sailors discharged under "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" to apply to have that discharge repealed.
I never tell my clients how old I am. Unlike most other things, people actually care about experience. When they are audacious enough to ask, I answer reluctantly. Every time, I am tempted to justify myself: I started young, I don't waste time, I'm freakishly smart. Show More Summary
Jill Stein did a Reddit awhile back. She was asked about vaccines. Her response: I don’t know if we have an “official” stance, but I can tell you my personal stance at this point. According to the most recent review of vaccination policies across the globe, mandatory vaccination that doesn’t allow for medical exemptions is […]
I just got an email from eBay asking me to update my personal info. But I'm very skeptical about scammers and don't believe it's legit. How can I tell if it's really from eBay? The post Is eBay’s Update Personal Info Email a Scam? appeared first on Ask Dave Taylor.
The U.S. Navy Secretary is urging sailors and marines discharged under the military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” to formally appeal those decisions and have their records changed, the Navy Times reports: “If you were… Read The post Navy Tells Sailors Discharged Under ‘DADT’ to Appeal and Have Their Records Changed appeared first on Towleroad.
When it comes to speaking at religious events, the rules for elected officials are pretty damn simple: Don't do it while acting as a representative of the government. That means Bob the Christian can tell you how awesome Jesus is, but...Show More Summary
(YouTube link) Scott from the group Sing Bird Sing wrote a little song for Fathers Day when he was in school. When your kids re away at school, it’s often prudent to follow the “don’t ask, don’t tell” philosophy. Especially if you are trying to avoid ulcers.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) distanced himself from real estate mogul Donald Trump on Wednesday, telling reporters he probably won't be voting for his party's presumptive nominee in November. Hogan: "No, I don't plan to" when askedShow More Summary
I'm glad I bought a cheap oral thermometer, and not a fancy one. I called my vet, vet asked me take the dogs temperature. I thought "I can do that." Don't tell Hannah, she'll want me to wash it! Clinical Digital Thermometer by Medalli® via Amazon
Q: I find it extremely annoying when people ask when we plan on having kids. Firstly because that’s a very personal question. Secondly because when we say we don’t want kids, people get all defensive and start telling us that we’ll change...Show More Summary
The president's deft repeal of "don't ask, don't tell" set the stage for a remarkable string of LGBT wins, writes Don't Tell Me to Wait author Kerry Eleveld.
On Friday, CR readers were asked to "Send In A Superhero Comic Book Panel That's 600 Pixels Wide And Tell Me Four Things You Like About It, One Thing You Don't." This is how they responded. Justin J. Major 1. The green foreshadows Hulk's eventual color. 2. Show More Summary
As we head into LGBTQ Pride month, it’s worth reflecting on the fact that the repeal of “don’t ask, don’t tell” stands apart from President Obama’s other significant legislative wins. While the stimulus, health care overhaul and Wall...Show More Summary
I’m massively into UFC and football (soccer). Alex is into cricket to the point where he has 300 hours on Don Bradman’s Cricket 2014 on Steam. I thought with everyone talking State of Origin it might be a good time to ask: what sports are you all into? Either playing or watching? More »
Do you want to be an inspiring leader, but are afraid of becoming an obnoxious boss? Many of the professional women I speak with tell me they feel they are ready to become better leaders, but they don't know where to start. They struggle with an underlying fear of being labeled inflexible, difficult... Show More Summary
Well, THAT was fun. So are my morning train reads: • The Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Guide to Trading on Inside Information (Businessweek) • Silicon Valley: Hippies who dig capitalism and science (AEI) see also What’s driving Silicon Valley...Show More Summary
Columbia Law School professor John C. Coffee Jr. wrote a blunt condemnation of US laws around insider trading. In the editorial, published Monday in the New York Times, Coffee explains that the US has "overly complex and burdensome"Show More Summary
“Don’t ask, don’t tell” might be the new code for savvy Wall Streeters.
To the editor: In describing presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump’s troubled relationship with the facts, I think Doyle McManus is really asking if the truth matters. ("How brazenly can a candidate lie and get away with it? We're going to find out with Donald Trump," Opinion, May 18)...
While Wes is now sort of “don’t ask, don’t tell” out to his hockey teammates and coaches at college, he was only really coming to terms with his sexuality when he was eighteen and crushing hard on his best friend at hockey camp. Absolutely...Show More Summary