There's talk swirling of a White House deal on Bush tax cuts:
"Both the White House and Senate Democrats stressed that any compromise on tax cuts would not affect efforts to push two other party priorities — the DREAM Act and Don't Ask Don't Tell. But even then, there was doubt on the Hill that the other provisions could be passed by the time Congress left for recess. Following publication of this and other reports that the White House was close to a deal, Robert Gibbs released a statement that pushed back on the notion, while at the same time leaving the impression that the White House saw no way to pass a bill with only the middle-class tax cuts."
The White House blog touts a round-up of newspaper headlines calling for DADT repeal.
Bus has Obama called any Senators yet?
Politico: Pressure on for Obama on DADT.
SHOCK: Dr. Laura leads show with four-minute rebuke of "Don't Ask, Don't Tell", condemns "abusrd discrimination of gays."
Palm Center's Aaron Belkin: Republicans have abandoned the military on DADT.
New England Journal of Medicine has a piece on the health hazards of DADT.
Washington Post is hyping the views of those opposed to repeal.