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Tag Archives: Veterans
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
It takes a unified effort of the American people to be ever-vigilant that our Government does not become the very threat to our Liberty which it was instituted to protect. Abraham Lincoln said, “United we stand, divided we fall.” No … Continue reading
by Justin Nafziger All across the nation, individuals are working hard week in week out for the return of liberty. It starts with a spark, helping someone get registered or distributing fliers, and builds into a flame burning brightly as … Continue reading
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
by Seth Mausz It is quite difficult to find a good paying and stable job these days. Since the start of this most recent economic crisis, more businesses have closed up or cut back on staffing. But it’s not all … Continue reading
The following essay was originally published in 2004 on tomdispatch.com. 21 OCT 2004 by Teri Wills Allison I am not a pacifist. I am a mother. By nature, the two are incompatible, for even a cottontail rabbit will fight to … Continue reading
“The constitution vests the power of declaring war in Congress; therefore no offensive expedition of importance can be undertaken until after they shall have deliberated upon the subject and authorized such a measure.” ~George Washington “If Tyranny and Oppression come … Continue reading
1 Jan 2012 by Jonathan Welsh The United States Government puts forth great investment in developing what has come to be recognized as the greatest military ever known to man. During this process for its Officers, there is not only … Continue reading
In a new poll conducted by the Pew Research Center, about half of all veterans interviewed say that relying on military force in the Middle East leads to more terrorism. More than 80 percent said they are opposed to a … Continue reading