Fox's Chris Wallace Hits Santorum from Left on Gays in Military

On today's Fox News Sunday, host Chris Wallace sparred with Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum, challenging the former Pennsylvania Senator's opposition to gays serving openly in the ...

CBS: Gay Community 'Celebrated The End of An Era' With DADT Repeal

At the top of a report on CBS's Sunday Morning, correspondent Whit Johnson proclaimed: "In San Francisco yesterday, they celebrated the end of an era. After nearly two decades, the policy of ...

ABC, NBC Relay Cindy McCain's Support for Gays in the Military

On Friday evening, ABC's World News and the NBC Nightly News both informed viewers that Cindy McCain - wife of Senator John McCain - supports repealing the Don't Ask Don't Tell policy on gays in ...

CBS 'Early Show' Touts 'Lady Gaga vs. The Pentagon' Over 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'

On Tuesday's CBS Early Show, co-host Maggie Rodriguez promoted singer Lady Gaga calling for an end to the military's 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' policy: "A unique showdown shaping up today in the ...

MSNBC's Thomas Roberts Hypes Pro-gay Rights Lady Gaga as the 'Joan Baez of Her Time'

MSNBC News Live host Thomas Roberts on Monday pleaded with his Twitter followers to help get Lady Gaga on his program, at one point hyping the pro-gay rights singer as the "Joan Baez of her time."

Liberal Kagan Moves Court 'to the Right;' Media, Left Fret

Despite evidence to the contrary, liberals believe Elena Kagan will effect a conservative shift on the Supreme Court.

Military-Banning Elena Kagan: The Times' Idea of a Supreme Court 'Pragmatist'

Reporter Katharine Seelye's profile reads like an attempt to portray liberal former Harvard Law School dean Elena Kagan, a potential Supreme Court pick, as a moderate.

Broadcasts Networks Lead Cheers for JCS Opposition to 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'

ABC's Diane Saywer calls testimony 'dramatic' and 'truly historic.'

CNN Boosts Repeal of 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'

Gay activists in favor of changing military policy outnumber others 11 to 1 in coverage.

CBS's Smith: Can Military 'Handle the Truth' on 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell'?

Quoting from the film A Few Good Men, on Tuesday's CBS Early Show, co-host Harry Smith asked openly gay Army Lieutenant Dan Choi if the U.S. military was prepared for the 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' ...
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