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Judiciary/Legal Matters

Supreme Court Ruling Does Not Make Case for Repeal of...
On June 15, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down a ruling that unilaterally enacted controversial legislation to bar employment discrimination on grounds of “sexual orientation” or “gender identity.”   ( Bostok v. Clayton County )  This decision did not... Read More
06 Jul 20
Tags Gays in the Military/LGBT Law, Judicial/Legal Matters, Military Culture/Diversity
Legal Battle Over Trump/Mattis Transgender Policy: Update #5
Advocates of social causes enjoyed free rein during the Obama Administration , and they are still pressing hard to impose their agenda on the military.  In the summer of 2017, when President Donald Trump announced his intent to review and revise the previous administration’s... Read More
04 Apr 20
Tags Gays in the Military/LGBT Law, Judicial/Legal Matters
Trump Administration Wins Appeals Court Ruling on...
Appeals Court Respects Presidential Prerogatives Litigation Update #4. The ongoing campaign to misuse the federal court system to overturn policies regarding transgenders in the military, which President Donald Trump has tried to revise, recently took interesting turns. Read More
20 Jan 19
Tags Gays in the Military/LGBT Law, Judicial/Legal Matters
Seattle Subpoena SLAPPs CMR
What if a future federal judge nullified a future president’s orders sending troops to fight overseas – not because the Commander-in-Chief was abusing his constitutional powers, but because his (or her) motives for deploying troops were not politically correct? In view of... Read More
21 Aug 18
Tags Gays in the Military/LGBT Law, Judicial/Legal Matters
“Supreme Judicial Commanders” Should Not Run Our Military
President Donald Trump seems buoyed by signs of progress on his economic recovery agenda, but he is in danger of losing his fight to strengthen military readiness and morale.  In fact, LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) activists are poised to win their biggest, most... Read More
07 Dec 17
Tags Gays in the Military/LGBT Law, Judicial/Legal Matters
CMR DEFENDS LEGAL VICTORY BEFORE COURT OF APPEALS
On August 16, 2002, Washington D.C. U.S. District  Judge Royce C. Lamberth  dismissed, with prejudice, the lawsuit filed by Plaintiff  Carey D. Lohrenz  against  Elaine Donnelly  and the  Center for Military Readiness (CMR)  in 1996. The... Read More
05 Nov 13
Tags Congress/Legislation, Judicial/Legal Matters
Manning and Hasan Lessons Learned: The Deadly Price of...
The story of 25 year-old Army  Pvt.   Bradley Manning , now convicted, demoted, and sentenced to 35 years at  Fort Leavenworth  prison, has taken a bizarre turn.  In the same week, Major Nidal Hasan, a bearded jihadist wearing an Army uniform, sat in a... Read More
22 Aug 13
Tags Gays in the Military/LGBT Law, Judicial/Legal Matters
Allen West Questions Senators Paul and Cruz on Support...
Iraq war veteran and former congressman  Col. Allen West  (R-FL) has criticized  Senators Rand Paul  (R-KY) and  Ted Cruz  (R-TX) for supporting controversial  legislation that would create a  new  independent system  of military... Read More
11 Aug 13
Tags Congress/Legislation, Judicial/Legal Matters, Sexual Misconduct
Lessons Learned: Impact of DOMA Ruling on Military Families
In an article published in the  Washington Times , CMR President  Elaine Donnelly  highlighted the long-term consequences of the  Supreme Court's  failure to uphold the  Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) , which defined marriage as the bond of one man and one woman: Read More
05 Jul 13
Tags Gays in the Military/LGBT Law, Judicial/Legal Matters
LOHRENZ V. DONNELLY DISMISSED BY THE SUPREME COURT
In September 2003 a three-judge panel of the  U. S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit  reaffirmed the Motion for Summary Judgment that had been approved by  U. S. District Judge Royce C. Lamberth  in August 2002. The case finally ended on May 17,... Read More
04 Sep 06
Tags Congress/Legislation, Judicial/Legal Matters
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