The unemployment rate for veterans nationwide continues to fall. After reaching a record 12% in 2011, that unemployment rate is now down to 6% making last year the best year on record for Iraq and Afghanistan veteran unemployment.
Some veterans and refugee advocates are worried that an executive order by President Trump to temporarily suspend refugee admissions into the U.S. will hurt foreign interpreters who helped American troops in war.
Two World War II veterans from different families who attended the same church, died within hours of each other this week.
The Trump administration has put together a draft executive order to review bringing back waterboarding and the CIA secret prisons known as “black sites.”
A veterans service organization is asking President Obama to pardon veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder who received a less-than-honorable discharge after the president commuted the prison sentence for former Army soldier Chelsea Manning.
On the heels of a shooting at Fort Lauderdale–Hollywood International Airport last week, allegedly perpetrated by 26-year-old Esteban Santiago
With the growth in membership, TREA will have a louder voice in Washington, D.C., where they champion the preservation of military benefits
Five veterans celebrated their graduation from veterans treatment court Wednesday at the 406th Judicial District Court in Laredo.
Disaster will strike. On January 13, 2017, the movie PATRIOTS DAY by Peter Berg, the director of Lone Survivor and Deepwater Horizon, hits theaters – and this is one movie that should be required viewing for all. PATRIOTS DAY is the powerful story of the Boston Marathon bombing and a community’s courage to respond and […]
For veterans who believe they have experienced an error or injustice regarding their discharge and military record, the Department of Defense announced Friday renewed commitment to have them reviewed.
President Barack Obama has signed legislation that bestows one of the nation’s highest civilian awards on veterans of the American World War II spy agency founded by a New Yorker.
United Way 211 has been an important part of our community for the past 13 years.
Seventy-five years after Japan bombed Pearl Harbor and pushed the U.S. to enter World War II, some American veterans of the battle are in Hawaii to commemorate the anniversary Wednesday.
Whether Trump has such courage and foresight is the pressing question of the moment.
Can President Trump maintain his independence?
Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is a condition that’s both underestimated and misunderstood, especially when it comes to the Veterans Association. PTSD is actually a common condition. The Mayo Clinic estimates that more than 3 million Americans are diagnosed with PTSD every year — and that doesn’t take into account those individuals who never receive […]
Thus, in obedience to AIPAC, many in the Republican establishment throw their core interests to the wind…
‘Particularly Vulnerable To Pay To Play Practices’
Trump takes aim at the New World Order
Hillary is of incredible service to Wall Street and to the War profiteers.
The Second Amendment is America’s immune system against tyranny
NED is a neocon-driven vehicle that seeks to create the political circumstances for “regime change” e
Arms dealer had threatened to expose Hillary Clinton’s talks about arming anti-Qadhafi rebels…
Farrakhan calls all the other politicians political prostitutes that sell out America.
The US has officially taken responsibility for the incident which it called a “mistake”…
Turning reality on its head.
A historical milestone need not come at the expense of America.
U.S. House candidate Sean Barney, a Marine veteran who served in Iraq and was severely injured when a sniper shot him through the neck, issued the following statement on Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s comments today in Ashburn, Virginia
I didn’t want to let anybody down.– Gary Rose There’s another type of stolen valor besides the wannabe pretending as something he could never be. This is the story of delayed recognition, in the face of courage by the bureaucratic nonsense and fear of petty tyrants that history might expose them. History has. The battle […]
Less than one percent of our men and women are serving this country on active duty. The all-volunteer service attracts some of our nation’s top talent and requires much from not only them but their families. And sometimes what is required is finding ways to feed their families. According to a 2015 NBC segment, “620,000 […]