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MFSO Issues an Apology to the Bidens

Retraction of the Article OUTRAGEOUS: Joe & Jill Biden lie about military families speaking out against the wars After receiving an ACTION ALERT from Military Families...

Veterans Day: MFSO Total Cost of War Campaign

Military Families Speak Out (MFSO) has joined with Veterans for Peace in launching a public education campaign to remind the public and voters of the fiscal costs of War, and the impact the War Economy has on all Americans.

Voters for Peace join IVAW’s Operation Recovery

As follow-up to my last update on Operation Recovery, and with the Congressional elections only a few weeks away, Voters for Peace the grassroots...

Military Families Say: “Bring our Troops Home Now and Allow Them...

This posting is a follow-up to Veterans Today coverage of Military Families Speak Out (MFSO) and Iraq Veterans Against the War (IVAW) forming an...

Help IVAW reach 2,000 signatures for Operation Recovery

Veterans Today recently published two notices related to Iraq Veterans Against the War's (IVAW's) plan to kick off Operation Recovery their  campaign to defend...

Military Families join Operation Recovery: Stop the Deployment of Traumatized Troops.

Less than a week after Veterans Today posted Sign the Petition for Operation Recovery – STOP deploying injured troops!, Military Families Speak Out (MFSO)...

Skin in the Game – Book Review & Endorsement

About a month ago I asked Peggy Logue the author of the book Skin in the Game- Supporting the Troops Without Supporting the War...

MFSO is hiring a Communications Consultant — spread the word!

Veterans Today has just received this announcement for an employment opportunity with one of the non-profits working to Bring Our Troops Home and Take...

On Obama’s Iraq Speech Tonight – Combat’s Not Over!

As the hour for President Obama's speech to the nation on Iraq approaches, Veterans Today has been getting input from across the political spectrum...

VETS AND MILITARY FAMILIES SAY REACTION TO WIKILEAKS CLOUDS REAL ISSUES

PBS FRONTLINE did a documentary that is now available on DVD accurately called Obama's War. http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/obamaswar/ FRONTLINE notes that "Tens of thousands of fresh American troops...

American’s Need to Pay Attention and Get Some Skin in the...

Military Families Speak Out (MFSO) sent this media release at 3:30 PM today. Posted by Robert L. Hanafin, Major, U.S. Air Force-Retired, Veterans Today News Member...

PTSD: VVAW Jumping in with Both Feet

By Ray Parrish, VVAW Veterans Benefits Counselor As mentioned in a previous article, Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW) intends expanding its capability to offer...

Military Families Say: Honor our Loved Ones Service and Sacrifice By...

After preaching to the choir for about seven paragraphs, Paul Rieckhoff, the founder of Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA) had this meaningful thing to say about Memorial Day,

Military Families Speak Out against the occupation of Iraq and Afghanistan...

The Military Family Peace group Military Families Speak Out is asking all Military Families, Veterans, and supporters who question or oppose the continued occupation...

Labor Organizations, Unions, Muslim Community leaders and Peace Demo Organizers speak...

Despite intimidation from Police in LA, San Francisco, and Washington, DC,  the PEACE demonstrations on Saturday, 20 March to demand "U.S. Out of Afghanistan...

Teachers and Students will join Vets, Troops, and Families seeking PEACE...

As follow-up on my Peace of the Action series covering the up-coming 20 March PEACE demonstrations across the nation Pro-PEACE Veterans and Military Families...

PBS’ Favorite Unsung Heroine for 2009 Abandoned for Speaking Out

Last December I posted an article Military Divorces continue to increase, a  spokesman for the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) said that, "Every marriage has...

The vast majority of Americans do not have a loved one...

As you know, President Obama delivering his second State of the Union address on Wednesday, January 27 , 2010. With the vast majority of Americans (the electorate) not having a loved one in the military thus not committed to the wars, it was no surprise that Obama's message focused on domestic priorities, and he only reiterated and defended his policy decisions on Iraq and Afghanistan, including the most recent surge of 30,000 troops in November, 2009.