On behalf of disabled and homeless Veterans, the Old Veterans Guard has sent a Resolution and information package to President Barack Obama requesting him to declare a State-of-Emergency for homeless Veterans in Los Angeles .
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.
For years, the Old Veterans Guard has been calling for an emergency tented shelter encampment in Los Angeles for homeless Veterans on the grounds of the largest VA the nation. Los Angeles is our nation’s capital for homeless Veterans.
In 1975, the fall of Saigon brought an end to the Vietnam War in Southeast Asia while our U.S. government generously welcomed more than 50,000 Vietnamese Refugees onto American soil in Southern California by sheltering, clothing and feeding them.
Following is an e-mail sent to VA Secretary Eric Shinseki last evening following the VA’s an incredulous handling of a homeless Veteran right outside the Los Angeles VA.
Please join the peaceful and non-violent Veterans Revolution to defend the defenseless and to right the wrongs of a corrupt and cowardly government.
Anyone who has been paying the slightest bit of attention knows that we are living in some very perilous times here on American soil.
Mr. President: “Open These Gates and Bring Our Homeless Veterans HOME!”
The ongoing disgraceful disrespect toward America’s Veterans and the American Flag at the Los Angeles Veterans Home and Hospital defies anything in modern-day history.
A Grateful and Patriotic Tribute to John P. Jones and Arcadia B. de Baker Benevolent Land Grantors of the March 5, 1888
A racket is best described, I believe, as something that is not what it seems to the majority of the people.
Tiger Woods has been one of the highest-paid professional athletes in the world and has been awarded “PGA Player of the Year” a record ten times.
Dear Mr. Secretary: You no doubt heard about the disgraceful exit that collegiate football icon Joe Paterno was dealt at Penn State University.
Our government provides shelter, beds, meals and care for hardened criminals in our local, state and federal prisons and for thug terrorists at Camp Gitmo, while homeless Veterans have been forgotten, exiled and dispossessed in our own country.
Today is the 188th consecutive Sunday Rally of the Veterans Revolution, led by the Old Veterans Guard.
When will Congressman Henry Waxman and Senator Dianne ever get serious about providing shelter for the 20,000 Veterans living homeless and hungry on the dangerous streets of Los Angeles, our nation’s capital for homeless Veterans?
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.
Over the past few months, politicians and veterans groups have filed lawsuits against the Department of Veterans Affairs to force it to provide needed housing for homeless veterans.
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.
Yesterday, the Old Veterans Guard held our Veterans Press Conference for “Claiming Ownership to Our Land.” We appreciate the loyal support of those who attended and the support this noble cause.
The office staff has not come to the aid of a homeless Female Veteran last weekend who was denied shelter and care at the Los Angels VA.
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.
Every day, 18 Veterans commit suicide — that’s more than 6,500 a year, and more than twice the number who were killed during the September 11 attack ten years ago.
This past week a homeless Female Veteran was denied shelter and care at the West Los Angeles VA and forced to live for five days outside the entry gate to the National Veterans Home.
Please attend the Veterans Press Conference this Sunday, “Claiming Ownership to Our Land.”
A homeless Female Veteran has been denied shelter at the Los Angeles VA because she essentially did not answer the “right” questions.
It’s 9-11 weekend and we’re honoring our Troops and Veterans who served over the past decade. BS! What a disgrace our government has become, particularly the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Why does a small group of elderly Veterans gather every Sunday outside the largest VA in the nation at one of the busiest intersections in Los Angeles to protest the biggest land-fraud scam in America?
Note: the West LA VA has begun to take responsible action toward returning this sacred land for Veterans use only.
You are invited to attend and support the 180th consecutive Sunday Rally to “Save Our Veterans Land” and to “Bring Our Homeless Veterans HOME.”