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In response to General Casey going to bat for diversity in the military, Kate O'Beirne laments:

The feminization of the military has been at the hands of military leaders with medals attesting to their physical bravery who surrendered in the face of liberal cultural warriors. In recent years, the military’s ranks have been ruthlessly patrolled for any sign of resistance to the brass’s gender-blind agenda. When official definitions of sexual harassment, for example, include expressing reservations about women in combat or making note of gender-normed scores in physical tests, officers and troops learn to keep their reservations to themselves.

Or as Pareene puts it, "Feminists Did Fort Hood."

(Photo: Sgt. Kim Munley, the MP responsible for taking down Nidal Hasan, shows off her feminine side.)

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