A giant bandolier of steel and concrete is slowly rising on the banks of the Scioto River in downtown Columbus as a salute to the service and contributions of U.S. veterans.
The ground troops populating the latest left-wing protest movements? Some of them are actually former ground troops.
The military exchanges have the green light to open their online doors to veterans by Nov. 11, an idea initially proposed by a top exchange official nearly three years ago.
Yes, that’s a metaphor for the support the Santa Clarita Republican has shown toward vets in his two-plus years in the House.
Novelized account of a period during author’s enlistment as an infantryman in which he got caught between a girl and the Afghanistan campaign
In a room inside Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall & Museum, retired historian and panel moderator John L. Ford Sr. began the largely positive 7th Annual African American Heritage Celebration with scathing words for President Donald Trump.
Gabe Martinez did what only one percent of today’s Americans do: actively served his country in uniform. His service resulted in the loss of both of his legs after stepping on an IED in Afghanistan. Despite three out of four veterans having some sort of service-connected disability, today’s veteran is resilient. Injury – whether emotional […]
The Veterans Stand group is once again raising funds for protesters who have been fighting construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline.
Some 160 mobility scooters were donated to disabled Israel Defense Forces veterans by philanthropists Sheldon and Miriam Adelson through the Friends of the IDF Disabled Veterans Organization.
The Delaware Veterans Coalition met Jan. 30 for its bimonthly meeting at FOP Lodge 3, Kitts Hummock.
Ajax: One thing that never survives this place is a sense of humor. Wade Wilson: We’ll see about that! — Dead Pool I must admit that one thing that had me worried about the whole Trump thing was that we might just lose our senses of humor and the ridiculous over this really unfortunate turn of events. […]
Ground could soon be broken on a long-anticipated South Peoria project to provide more housing for homeless veterans.
Jewish War Veterans of the United States Sharon Post 735 recently presented a check in the amount of $1,600 to Richard Leeman, assistant chief of Voluntary Service and Lana Otis, Voluntary Services program manager at the Brockton Campus of the Veterans Administration Boston Healthcare System.
For a group of East Tennessee veterans, the past two weeks have been a chance to return to a time and place that changed them forever.
ReGroup – The Next Step for Veterans Leaving Military Service
Coffee maker Starbucks, responding to backlash over CEO Howard Schultz’s promise to hire 10,000 refugees following President Donald Trump’s executive action, is reminding critics of its vow to hire the same number of veterans and military spouses by 2018.
Veterans of combat often return home from conflict zones with mental and emotional traumas. Sometimes those traumas lead to unhealthy or illegal involvement in drugs and alcohol.
“When veterans compete their military service, they go through a transition like all of us, when we change jobs, move to a new town or retire.
It’s not what you think it should be, but it is what it is. I’m tired of the reflexive progressive drumbeat against anything not from the Privy Council Chamber of Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi Yea Team — Way to go, conceding the old moral high ground! Let’s lose this for Dred Scott! I am […]
U.S. combat veterans who served in Iraq and Afghanistan say they are outraged at the temporary ban on immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries that has blocked visas for Iraqi interpreters who risked their lives to help American troops on the battlefield.
Military veterans throw support behind Standing Rock protesters after Trump signs Dakota Access pipeline memo
A U.S. military veterans group announced new efforts to support the Standing Rock Native American tribe and protesters who oppose completion of the Dakota Access pipeline, just days after President Donald Trump took action to move the project forward.
Jeffrey Buchalter was reflooring his foyer in Chesapeake Beach, Md., and listening to MSNBC over the weekend when he heard the news
Camp Liberty, an all-volunteer nonprofit organization that helps U.S. military service members and veterans heal by embracing Michigan’s great outdoors, will host a gala to help support its free programs.
Builders in Orange County are using an innovative approach to solve the long-running problem of homelessness among veterans.
Too often, active-duty service members leave the military and arrive home without any support network, advocates say.
An image of an insoluble injustice, the ghost of famine itself, remains timeless and unappeased. Slow Food I would like to feed this child who is dying with slow food, So that time might stand still for him, so that a grandfather Clock might not fall apart in his arms. All of the laziness of […]
Catholic “Bashing”: An “art form” of Modern man By: Eric Gajewski We “traditionalists” sure do have a lot to suffer don’t we? It seems Catholic “bashing” has become an “art form” to be perfected by modern man. Take a look at the example yesterday provided by Philippines President Duterte. Further, consider we must go out […]
An ex-soldier who took part in a critically acclaimed play to highlight the plight of injured and sick veterans killed himself following a night out with his partner, an inquest has ruled.
Jefferson was a gentleman, a product of his time and a forerunner of the best modern public intellectuals and philosophers. Instead, we have chosen for the position of the most powerful human in the world, an illiterate, ignorant, self-obsessed and insecure man who thinks not in complete thoughts but in incomplete subordinate causes.
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