U.S. Army veteran Oh Suk Kwon, who owned a gas station in Maryland, was forced to close his small business after the IRS seized $59,000 from him and refused to give it back. Edward Griffin, Kwon's attorney, discussed the details of the issue on the
As bad as it was, the mass shooting in Las Vegas may have been much worse had Iraq War veteran Chris Bethel not been staying at the Mandalay Bay this weekend just two floors below Steve Paddock. According to a local CBS affiliate, Bethel, a native o
America's largest group of war veterans are pushing for safe, legal access to cannabis for medical use.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is paying an Iowa veteran $550,000 to settle his allegation that he suffered life-shortening heart damage because of a three-year delay in treatment.
After citizens took over a city hall meeting to hold police accountable for a recent killing and subsequent beating, a veteran epitomized the situation perfectly.
A veterans organization is suing the Pentagon for exposing private details about troops' military service on "a truly massive scale" due to lax security on one of its websites.
In August of 1945, Japan surrender to Allied Forces terminating the war in the Pacific.Two shocking, sensational, and sobering stories celebrate that event.
TO GET THIS MESSAGE TO TRUMP ...Paris Swade for Liberty Writers reports, Trump has now officially banned transgender troops in the military. Instead of giving reasons why I think it is a good idea, take a look at what Uncle Jimbo says about letting t
Children and adults injured or killed by vaccines face a long uphill battle when filing for compensation with the U.S. vaccine injury compensation program (VICP), better known as "vaccine court."
A Marine veteran warns Donald Trump that he is being "duped" on Syria and that the vast majority of the president's supporters will not endorse regime change.
Manchester, NH -- Stories about citizens paying their taxes with pennies aren't new. But how Billy Spaulding of Manchester paid his parking ticket with pennies might be a first, since he was packing a sidearm while doing so.
Calls Trump a "malignant narcissist" for hosting Navy Seal's widow Following the President's rousing address to Congress, which many, including his detractors, said was a turning point for Trump, filmmaker Michael Moore refused to offer any
Kuauhtemoc Rodriguez isn't just a whistleblower in the Veterans Affairs Administration. He happens to be the Chief of Specialty Care Clinics at the Phoenix VA Health Care System, the same system of VA hospitals which were at the center of the fires
Here's an entry for the "Job-Doing Hall of Fame." What if your job meant that you had to go arrest a guy who just wanted to live off the grid on his own land? What if that guy was a veteran? What if his only crime was refusing a service that h
In October, the Pentagon recalled millions in reenlistment bonuses it paid to Gulf War veterans. The decades-old bonuses were paid to U.S. soldiers who would reenlist for the Iraq and Afghanistan war efforts. Understandably, many veterans felt betray
"Our Greatest Enemies Are Right Here". U.S. Navy veteran, Petty Officer 1st Class Kash Jackson came to North Dakota with one imperative in mind -- to uphold the Constitution by protecting the American citizens he swore to defend, who are cur
Each month, she writes "blood money" on the $100 check -- the token amount the McLains pay on the $30,000 debt they deny owing -- that she sends to the Pentagon. "Shame on you. Extortion," she writes on the envelope.
Shortly after the U.S. invasion of Iraq, the Pentagon hired Bell Pottinger, a London-based PR agency. The PR firm was tasked with promoting what the Pentagon called "democratic elections" in Iraq, ultimately earning over a hundred million dollars
The Conservative Tribune reports, The Veterans Affairs hospital in Hines, Illinois, has come under flak for negligence and misbehavior in the past, but this newest development may be the most serious.
Colin Kaepernick, the quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers, is quickly becoming the talk of the nation. A firestorm has blown up across the internet as police unions call for his firing, fans burn his jersey, and political pundits on the left and
A 76-year-old military veteran killed himself outside a Long Island Veteran Affairs facility Sunday after being denied treatment.
(NaturalNews) Despite the fact that the Obama administration has made a number of pledges to improve the lives of U.S. veterans, far too many have slipped through bureaucratic cracks and remain in dire need of assistance.
Morgan Chalfant for the Washington Free Beacon reports The Department of Veterans Affairs has spent more than $408 million to install solar panels on its medical facilities in recent years, despite many of the projects experiencing significant delays
It just broke my heart because everyone in this cemetery fought under that banner and every fiber of that flag is their blood, sweat, and tears."
On Memorial Day, politicians will speak at ceremonies all over the country and repeat their favorite mantra: "Support the troops."
Almost one year ago to the day, I introduced you to Joe-- a US Army combat veteran who lost his leg while deployed to Afghanistan in 2010.
'They're using my kids as a pawn to take away freedoms I fought for' (NaturalNews) Okay, the fun is over with this pot "sort of" legalization thing. Now it's getting serious. With some states allowing recreational and medical use of pot, some stat
These veterans stand on the dangerous streets of Chicago everyday to help get 8,000 students to and from school safely.
Tim Brown for DC Clothesline reports, according to a report, at least 260,000 veterans had their gun rights revoked by the Department of Veteran's Affairs since December 2015.
More than two months after Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump claimed to have raised $6 million for veterans' charities at a fundraiser held on the eve of the Iowa caucuses, most of the organizations targeted to receive the money have