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Mozilla chief learns, if you don’t support gay marriage, you don’t deserve a job

As we enter this golden age of tolerance and diversity, the nation’s gay rights community is sending a warning message to Americans: If you don’t support gay marriage, you don’t deserve a job.Apparently, Brendan Eich did not get that message. He’s the former chief executive officer at Mozilla, the technology group that gave us the Firefox Web browser.Eich resigned under a firestorm of controversy after it was revealed he had donated $1,000 in support of California’s Proposition 8, a ballot initiative that protected traditional marriage. It’s unclear who outed Eich. But that really doesn’t matter. Once his donation was revealed, supporters of gay marriage launched all-out war.The Wall Street Journal reported that OKCupid, the popular online dating website, asked its followers to stop using Firefox. The wireless company Credo Mobile gathered more than 50,000 signatures on a petition calling for Eich to resign.OKCupid posted a letter denouncing the Mozilla CEO, The New York Times reported...

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    Senate votes to overturn military's 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' policy

  2. Members Strip Controversial Items from Defense Bill -- Abortion, DADT , Alternate Engine Gone

    In a last ditch effort to save a crucial defense spending bill, known as the Defense Authorization Act, Fox has learned that the chairmen and Ranking Republicans on ...

  3. 'DADT' Through the Scope of a Soldier

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  4. DADT Repeal a Big Deal

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  5. Gutfeld: Reid Goes Gaga for 'DADT'

    Senate majority leader puts looking cool ahead of the issues

  6. Senate Votes on 'DADT,' DREAM Act

    'Don't Ask, Don’t Tell' repeal clears key Senate Hurdle, DREAM Act fails

  7. Orszag Letter to Sen. Lieberman on DADT Amendment, Move Toward Repeal

    Late Monday, the White House released the following letter from Office of Management and Budget Director Peter Orszag to Sen. Joseph Lieberman, (I-Conn.), concerning...

  8. Military Chaplains Mull End of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell

    The military's “ Don't Ask, Don't Tell policy,” will be no more as of Sept. 20, when homosexual men and women will be allowed to serve openly in all branches of the ...

  9. Should 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Be Repealed?

    Lt. Dan Choi, discharged from the military for being gay, and Lt. Col. Bob Maginnis, who helped draft DADT , on whether gays should be allowed to serve in the military .

  10. Coming Out and Fitting In -- The Post-'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' Era Begins

    Tuesday, September 20 officially begins the military’s post-DADT (Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell) era. This marks the official demise of an almost two-decade period when lesb...

  11. New Gay Military Magazine Headed for Base Newsstands

    With the official repeal of " don't ask, don't tell " less than a month away, members of the military can expect to see a new gay-themed magazine available at milita...

  12. Gates: ‘Don’t ask, don’t tell’ fight was only time Obama showed ‘passion’ for military issues

    Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates sharply questions President Obama's "passion" for military matters in his forthcoming memoir, and claims that practically the o...

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  2. Changes for Gays & Lesbians in the Military After DADT Ends

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  3. First Person to be Openly Gay and Elected to Congress Reacts to High Court's DADT Ruling

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  5. Key Senate Committee Approves "Don't Ask , Don't Tell " Repeal

     Supporters of repealing the military's policy of gays serving quietly in the military, called "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," (DADT) scored a major victory in a key Senate...

  6. Congressmen Ask Panetta to Delay Repeal of DADT

    House Armed Services Chairman Rep. Buck McKeon, R-Calif., and Rep. Joe Wilson , R-S.C., who chairs the Military Personnel subcommittee have written a letter to Defen...

  7. Pentagon: DADT Repeal Training Expected to Begin in February

    Pentagon officials said Friday that the U.S. military will begin training forces in February on the new law that allows gays to serve openly. In the first briefing s...

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