Henry Waxman’s Legacy

Henry Waxman’s Legacy

Henry A. Waxman (D-Beverly Hills) is seeking a 19th consecutive term in Congress. When you read the edited “full biography” on his website,* it portrays him as a living legend and the most thoughtful and caring visionary in U.S. government.

Homeless Vets: Donna Beiter’s “One Woman War” Against Vets

Homeless Vets:  Donna Beiter’s “One Woman War” Against Vets

Think about all the crime going on in this nation right now, along with the massive homeless Veteran problem, and where has the Department of Justice and US Attorney’s Office delegated their massive resources? To defend two Defendants, (one who is already a Federal criminal – Donna Beiter), to prevent a responsible solution for ending Veteran homelessness that was already resolved 123 years ago with the Deed and Charitable Trust of 1888.

Mass Psychology Equals Veteran Genocide

Mass Psychology Equals Veteran Genocide

At Sunday's Veterans Press Conference, Rusty Rustan, a disabled Vietnam War Veteran from Orange County, spoke on behalf of Paralyzed Veterans Association and delivered a powerful message regarding Veterans suffering from PTSD and quoted Major General Smedley Butler, a World War I hero and two-time recipient of the Medal of Honor.

Federal Criminals Running the Largest VA in Nation

Federal Criminals Running the Largest VA in Nation

On March 16, 2010, the ACLU of Southern California filed a lawsuit against Donna Beiter, executive director of the VA Greater Los Angeles healthcare system, along with her chief of police, Ronald Mathis, for Viewpoint Discrimination (censorship) after they ordered the VA police to issue false arrest citations against me, and removed the American Flag during our Sunday Rally protests.

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