I thought Trump was going to win because I’ve seen it happen before. There are certain points in history when people lose a sense of their place in the world, and then they’ll go with the first person who offers them a return to an imaginary past. Americans’ basic understanding of who they are as […]
Dispatches from the 2016 election that provide an eerily prescient take on our democracy’s uncertain future, by the country’s most perceptive and fearless political journalist.
New photography series profiling women who joining the upcoming Women’s March on Washington
Monday night was lasagna night inside the strip-mall storefront of VFW Post 9981.
Cedar City is under consideration for a national veterans cemetery that would be a first-of-its-kind in Utah.
For more than half a century, Hubert Edward Spires has lived with the painful memory of being kicked out of the Air Force as a young gay sergeant in the 1940s. The word “undesirable” was printed on his discharge records.
Ignorance X Arrogance X Ideological Confusion > speed of light 4% of a century run by a rentier class that assumes carte blanche As the Orange Orangutan approaches the outskirts of Bethlehem doing a pretty fair approximation of the rough beast of Yeats poem, I’m wondering what the future holds in a lot of ways. […]
With the growth in membership, TREA will have a louder voice in Washington, D.C., where they champion the preservation of military benefits
Nearly one out three veterans who seek treatment for a substance use disorder also has PTSD
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 […]
two men walking along the roadside, one carrying an American flag and a Marine Corps flag.
The craft beer business is huge in Tampa Bay, and a brewing arts class offered by USF St. Pete, and 3 Daughters Brewery in St. Petersburg is helping people nationwide tap into the industry.
Damon Helton had one problem when he bought a 160-acre farm in Lonsdale four years ago – he didn’t know the first thing about farming.
More than 220 individual schools and school districts from across the state have received special certificates from Secretary of State John Gale recognizing their efforts to honor military veterans.
Alfred Dymock worries that when he dies he will leave behind lasting medical debt for his wife and family.
As the Soul Governs the Body So God Governs Man By: Eric Gajewski Who will govern you? Who will govern the nation? Christ or antichrist? The Catholic Religion or the NWO’s Religion? What would the world look like whose “living” didn’t worship the true Living One? What would society become when it forgets its own […]
This time of year can be hard on the men and women that served the country. Managers at Coffee Bunker explain the holidays are when suicide rates tend to rise among veterans.
The American College of Financial Services has received a $30,000 grant from the Lincoln Financial Foundation to help support The American College Penn Mutual Center for Veterans Affairs.
The president of the Montgomery County Veterans Service Commission contends the Montgomery County Court of Common Pleas overstepped its bounds in its most recent appointment to the five-member panel.
The Education Department is celebrating the holiday season with a news release announcing that 17 colleges have failed the 90/10 rule.
Zeke Lemieux’s classmates at Plouffe Academy are paying it forward this year, helping Zeke help veterans.
When Donald Trump won the presidential election, he made a pledge to every citizen: that he would be president for all Americans.
Retired Army Lt. Col. John Bechtol understands how important it is for veterans on college campuses to have access to mental health services.
Chuck Foltz challenges Frankston and Anderson County citizens to step up their support for veterans and Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5073.
Thousands of simple white marble markers line a picturesque hillside in neat rows in West Knoxville.
EOD Warrior Foundation has stepped in to help an EOD veteran’s family who lost almost everything they had in a house fire
Francis Mania! Have You Got It? By: Eric Gajewski Warning: Sensitive Content & Intense Sarcasm Within Not recommended for those without a sense of humor… Mania is defined as a state of abnormally elevated arousal, affect, and energy level, or “a state of heightened overall activation with enhanced affective expression together with lability of affect. […]
America was never a Catholic country. It had elements of Catholic in it wilst holding onto the grave error of “Religious liberty” but it truly has never been Catholic and this is a big problem.
More than 70 veterans, volunteers and support staff attended Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing (PHWFF) Sixth Annual Fly Fest Dec. 2-4.
Revelers in Rehoboth on Saturday got a two week jump on Christmas celebration during a low-keyed, and at times somber, holiday event held outdoors at the town’s veterans memorial.