[OutVoice] Pace misfires on "Don't Ask, Don't Tell"+R.Urban music+global GLBT news

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                            THIS WAY OUT
                the international gay & lesbian radio magazine
                    Program #990 - the week of 03/19/07
       (hosted by Greg Gordon and produced with Lucia Chappelle)
US Joint Chiefs General Peter Pace misfires on "Don't Ask, Don't Tell,"
with a militant response by award-winning "out" musician Robert Urban;
A revolutionary American history lesson is offered in a Rainbow Minute;
France's top court annuls a gay couple's marriage, Canadian Anglicans
   cross their Communion over queer rites, a so-called "family man"
  proposes a Polish "no promo homo" law, and more global GLBT news

*In "NewsWrap": France's top court says a gay couple's 2004 marriage was 
illegal, while thousands march in Rome for same-gender couple rights, and Mexico 
City celebrates its first civil unions... Canadian Anglicans defy their 
conservative Communion counterparts with a resolution supporting the blessing of 
lesbigay couples... Poland's Education Minister warns that Europe will go Muslim 
if queer "promotion" isn't outlawed, while a top church leader in Trinidad and 
Tobago warns that Sir Elton John's performance there will turn locals queer... 
and more GLBT news from around the world (written by GREG GORDON, and 
reported this week by CHRISTOPHER GAAL and JON BEAUPRE).

* In case you thought the issue of gays and lesbians in the U.S. armed forces 
was a 21st century phenomenon, check out this "revolutionary" American 
history lesson in a "Rainbow Minute: FREDERICK VON STEUBEN, FATHER OF THE U.S. ARMY" 
(produced by JUDD PROCTOR & BRIAN BURNS at WRIR-FM in Richmond, Virginia and 
"taught" by JAY WHITE).

* He leads the world's most powerful military machine, but he took the field 
as a social philosopher this week when asked about the "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" 
policy by saying gays and lesbians aren't fit to serve because they're 
"immoral."  This Way Out reporters JON BEAUPRE and CHRISTOPHER GAAL have U.S. JOINT 
CHIEFS OF STAFF GENERAL PETER PACE's entire remarks, and reaction to them, 
including comments by former New Jersey Governor JAMES McGREEVEY and National Gay 
and Lesbian Task Force Executive Director MATT FOREMAN, plus a "militant" 
musical response, "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," by award-winning "out" 
singer/songwriter ROBERT URBAN.
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