Democratic and Republican lawmakers are teaming up on a bill to create a program that would help veterans become farmers and establish a logo to differentiate the state’s veteran-grown products.
U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake (R-Ariz.) today announced the introduction of the Veterans Treatment Court Improvement Act, a bill to require the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to hire additional Veterans Justice Outreach (VJO) specialists in order to ensure veterans have greater access to effective and tailored treatment.
Ron Bottomley and a handful of his fellow veterans who were on hand at the legislature on Tuesday are frustrated about the back and forth they’ve had with lawmakers in recent weeks.
There is a new push in congress to get benefits for veterans with PTSD and other mental health issues. Legal experts at Yale won a lawsuit that helped a handful of vets.
For the better part of the last 70 years, since the end of World War 2, the proverbial U.S. Deep State has gone through several changes/metamorphoses, starting with their initial inception as the literal NAZI intelligentsia, spies, medical doctors, scientists, eugenicists, social engineers, and other parasites of humanity when they were brought over to the […]
With lawmakers focused on the state budget and a multi-billion-dollar transportation plan under the gold dome this week, it would be easy to overlook Senate bills 217 and 219 to help veterans.
U.S Senator Gary Peters (MI), a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, recently announced that he is cosponsoring the bipartisan Blue Water Navy Vietnam Veterans Act to help ensure that Vietnam veterans who served aboard deepwater naval vessels
Governor Mary Fallin today announced efforts to inform Oklahoma veterans about the Oklahoma Veterans Pilot Program, a private/public initiative to develop a comprehensive health care access and delivery system for the state’s veterans.
The current U.S. Debt hovers around 23 trillion dollars, and the overall debt is rumored to be around ten times that, and is expected to grow by another $10 trillion in the next 10 years. It is absolutely and totally unpayable, and has doomed the American people (and its government) to complete and total slavery. […]
You may have passed him on the street or stood behind him in the checkout line at the grocery store. Perhaps you’ve sat next to him in the pew on Sunday morning. If you did, you probably didn’t realize you just brushed shoulders with a hero.
In the struggle to overhaul Obamacare, House Republicans appear to have made a costly overcorrection. Due to a technical change in the current draft of the bill, millions of veterans may be ineligible to receive tax credits.
A few years after Army Reserve veteran Kate Hoit returned home from a yearlong deployment to Iraq in 2005, she sought medical treatment at a Department of Veterans Affairs hospital, where she was made to feel like she didn’t quite belong.
Widows and widowers of disabled military veterans in Minnesota could be eligible for a permanent property tax exemption after their spouses die under a bill working its way through the state Legislature.
Luciferian doctrine preaches that God has abandoned mankind – that we as humanity must take the place of this supposed God, who apparently has become something of an “absentee-landlord,” that is, if He ever existed in the first place. The Founding Fathers of the United States have been rumored to have been predominantly “deists,” which […]
President Trump’s appallingly cruel budget proposal brutally slashes funding for every program that works to benefit the public and redirects all that money to the military and towards his impractical border wall.
Once or twice a week, a veteran who recently got out of the Army walks in to Frank Mir’s office in Clarksville hoping to find a way not wearing Army green.
This is not an act of mercy. This is an act of malice. Say a prayer for ourselves and for our country. RFK Congressman Joseph Kennedy III is one of the large number of Kennedy family members who serve in government. Grandson of Bobby Kennedy, he represents Massachusetts’ 4th Congressional District. This is definitely Kennedy […]
It is quite obvious why various elements of the Deep State are vehemently against President Donald Trump’s temporary immigration ban and increased vetting procedures from certain countries in the world, and no, it’s not because they are “compassionate” or even give a damn about these people. This is obvious because these same Deep State elements […]
A real come-to-Zarathustra Moment of Abyss-staring Added Complexity to a Process Causes a Very Different Result Complexity makes simple errors far more dangerous The Olympic Peninsula is separated from the central part of western Washington by a large hole that’s filled with salt water. The peninsula itself juts from the southern part of western Washington […]
Lawmakers are concerned that veterans who want to challenge their discharge status from the military are not getting a fair shake.
As a member of the veteran community and a graduate student, I am highly invested in the passage of L.D. 214, which would streamline the process by which veterans receive occupational licensure based on the veteran’s military occupational experience and translation of skills.
The Georgia Department of Veterans Service has long sought to create a program for the state’s growing population of women’s veterans.
We have to do a better job of supporting our returning military veterans in Wisconsin – whether it is improving their health care, job opportunities, pay scale or all of the above.
I have received correspondence from the 3rd Legislative District telling me that In December of 2016 a number of benefits were approved by and passed by recent bipartisan legislation, by the New Jersey Senate and General Assembly.
As the year comes to a close, U.S. Rep. Scott Tipton looks to continue focusing on finance, veterans affairs and health care.
When his convoy was attacked with an improvised explosive device in Iraq in 2007, Army Sgt. Jeff Lynch was seriously wounded.
Lawmakers passed a veterans omnibus bill in the waning hours of Congress’ legislative session last week, but without many of the most sweeping and controversial provisions the two chambers had struggled with in recent months.
A veterans’ healthcare bill that passed the House unanimously on Wednesday may stall in the Senate amid fighting over an unrelated provision in the stopgap government funding bill and opposition from federal employees’ unions.
Legislation proposed by U.S. Sen. Gary Peters is on its way to President Barack Obama’s desk to be signed into law.
A Butler County judge has appointed likely the youngest commissioner ever on the veterans board, a Desert Storm vet from the Disabled American Veterans post in Hamilton.