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"Yes, Children are being Killed the dissidents say" NOTICE: GRAPHIC VIDEOS ARE EMBEDDED IN THIS STORY. by Ken Smith I admitted upfront in an earlier post that I know even less than...
Republican Governor Rick Scott was also photographed passing out Thanksgiving dinners in an East Naples, Florida shelter, which fed 7,000 families during the holiday week. Scott said “I care completely about all these programs,” but reality is that his budget cuts “slashed funding to some veteran and farm surplus programs that helped the homeless.”
She began her journey alone, armed only with mountains of documents, photographs, maps and letters that she thought proved the rare cancers she suffered from were linked to chemical exposure during the Vietnam War.
Last week we asked the Honorable Shawn L.S. Donovan, Secretary of the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development of HUD, the following question "Where has the HUD Veteran Resource Center (HUDVET) been hiding during our nations housing crisis?"
From the time of the United States Revolution through World War I, Veterans had legal access to cannabis; but in 1942 a few powerful men managed to have cannabis removed from the United States Formulary. Medical research has shown medical marijuana has been very successful in treating PTSD and it's symptoms.
Since our nations founding, America's Veterans have fought for our liberties contained within our Constitution and Bill of Rights.
A few years ago, my father, a former naval officer in the South Vietnamese Army, developed liver cancer. The diagnosis followed decades of struggle with Hepatitis C, a viral infection he contracted through a blood transfusion during the war. A liver transplant saved his life.
Da Nang International Airport is the 3rd largest airport in Vietnam. Over 1 million passengers travel through the airport annually.
Agent Orange-The dirty secret of the US Government
50 Years After the United States Commenced Spraying Agent Orange on the People and Land of Vietnam, Millions of Victims Continue To Suffer
Arlene Adams-Cataldo, RN, BSN, CARN, CASAC, served in Vietnam and is also on the Vietnam Women's Memorial Foundation Board.
Edie Meeks, RN, seems very positive on first impression. But, she says the sadness and anger that resulted from her service as a combat nurse in Vietnam has never left her.
There has been misinformation spread by the media that all files for compensation for Agent Orange related presumptive illnesses must be filed by August 30th, 2011. UNTRUE and FALSE!