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Veterans Should Know Better…

I am an OEF (Operation Enduring Freedom) veteran of the GWOT (Global War On Terror). I served in the Konar Province of Afghanistan for 15 months from May of ’07’ thru Aug. of 08 as a member of the 173rd … Continue reading

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Memorial Day reflections: Relationship between veterans and libertarianism

by Eric Field “Only the dead have seen the end of war”. -George Santayana This last Monday was Memorial Day. For most Americans, this translates into an extra day of paid time off, an opportunity to barbecue or go to … Continue reading

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A Veteran’s Thoughts on the “Ron Paul is the Choice of the Troops” March

by Eric Field On Presidents Day 2012, I attended the “Ron Paul is the choice of the troops” rally and March in Washington, D.C. Like most participants at the event, I’m not an activist. I’m just a disabled combat veteran … Continue reading

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