Military Personnel Have Free Speech Rights


New social media networking tools are giving U.S. soldiers, sailors, airmen, and Marines the ability to communicate to a mass audience. A serviceman’s exercise of his free speech rights may be unsettling to many military chieftains. However, it is unavoidable and protected by the First Amendment. Free speech also is beneficial to the U.S. military.

Gay Men Can Fight, and That’s the Problem


Far from supporting the case for openly gay military service, the U.S. military’s experience with women instead offers a cautionary tale warning against open homosexuality within the ranks.

The American Spectator: Helping Guys Like Me With The Ladies Since 1924


Not many guys are as lucky as me: After a 17-year absence from the dating world, who woulda thunk that I would be lucky enough to meet, and then actually date, a very smart, sassy and sexy librarian! I’m still pinching myself…and in between the non-stop grin and the endless worrying over how I’m gonna [...]

CAIR’s Fort Hood Idol


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Is al-Qaeda terrorist Anwar al-Awlaki recruiting leaders of CAIR?