Yesterday I noted that Family Research Council President Tony Perkins had co-authored an op-ed opposing the repeal of Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell with General John Sheehan who earlier this year blamed the 1995 massacre at Srebrenica on gay soldiers.
Today I noticed that FRC has scheduled an event for next week that will address DADT, ENDA, and other such issues that includes not only Sheehan, but also Sen. Jim Inhofe and the AFA’s Bryan Fischer:
FRC will be tackling these topics — and more — next Tuesday, June 22 with the people who know this issue best. Sen. Jim Inhofe (R-Okla.) from the Senate Armed Services Committee will join us, as will retired Marine General John Sheehan, who served as the Supreme Allied Commander Atlantic for NATO and as Commander-in-Chief for the U.S. Atlantic Command. FRC’s Bob Maginnis will speak, along with Commander Jim Sims of the Military Order of the Purple Heart, Austin Nimocks of Alliance Defense Fund, and Bryan Fischer of American Family Association. Circle your calendars for next Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. (ET) to hear from leaders who know exactly what’s at stake in this debate.