Now a victim of a hate crime and on his own – he courageously did all the things he possibly could to protect his person and legal rights. After this incident, I sought his permission to share his story so that others can better protect themselves too. He said absolutely, and so here it is…
I promise to use every tool at my disposal to see these reforms enacted: to ensure that the bill I sign into law reflects not the special interests of Wall Street, but the best interests of the American people.
by Craig Wilgenbusch - SLDN Military Advisory Council
A large group of individuals from across the nation, including several from San Diego, are working this week to convince our nation’s leaders to repeal the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy and passing the Military Readiness Enhancement Act.
I’ve had my fair share of dramatic rant-filled verbal explosions over the years at people who had varied levels of anti-LGBT and anti-equality opinions. Since then I’ve learned that yelling at someone and telling them how they feel about you isn’t going help you win an argument.