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Dispatches from Wolf Country — Surrender to the Void

Dispatches from Wolf Country — Surrender to the Void

Expectations of people in general were tolerant Expectations of people in authority astronomical Reverting to an ordinary president who just blows stuff up! — Olbermann I generally enjoy  Brian Williams as an anchor and a facilitator, but it’s with a constant reminder of his flaws. Those of us who remember the maxim that “The difference […]

Dispatches from Wolf Country — Of Generous Intent

Dispatches from Wolf Country — Of Generous Intent

Interlocutor: Hey, buddy, remember when what’s his name gave that speech about whatever it was and  the Republicans were all acting like it was time to break out the free Bubble Up and Rainbow stew? When the hell was that, it seems a long time ago? Responder:  Buddy, it was two days ago… He shall […]

Senator honors Vietnam veterans

Senator honors Vietnam veterans

U.S. Senator Gary Peters helped honor local Vietnam War veterans on Tuesday. “It’s nice to see public recognition of the service that was done during the Vietnam era,” said Peter Vincent, one of the veterans being honored.

Vietnam group asks Obama to pardon veterans

Vietnam group asks Obama to pardon veterans

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.

Patriots Day – “A Must-See” Movie

Patriots Day – “A Must-See” Movie

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 […]

How VA denies your PTSD Claim

How VA denies your PTSD Claim

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 […]

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