Instead of wasting time with political votes, the first act of the new Republican House should be to listen to the cares of veterans. A vote for repeal will be a vote to deny many veterans access to affordable health insurance.
It would be just us -- and up to three of your friends, if you want -- and we can talk about anything. The money from the winner will go to Iraq Veterans Against the War which is one of the most important organizations in our country.
I have deployed and experienced firsthand the aftermath of soldiers returning home from war. With numbers of these men and women wounded mentally, emotionally and psychologically, devastation is often not far off.
On Veteran's Day 2010, my tendency is to remember World War II. Here are my personal favorites that bring back a mix of emotions, given my father's own involvement and the pride I also have over the books I've published.
Brandon Gauvreau understands what brain injured veterans need to rebuild their lives. In 2007, he suffered a hemorrhagic stroke that left him with visual field loss, partial paralysis and cognitive impairment.
Today marks the end of an epic campaign season that has given us an election cycle of firsts. But there's one first no one is talking about: the surge of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans running this year.
A new rule from the Department of Education puts use of our successful GI Bill to attend online colleges in jeopardy by placing restrictions on how much many online universities receive in federal aid.
More than a few people feel there are heroes in their lives who go unsung. So for anyone who has answered the call to service -- any service -- and to anyone who helps make answering that call possible, this song is for you.
When we signed up for service, we swore to uphold the Constitution. Some have tried to claim that the construction of the community center at its currently planned site is "anti-America." We don't believe that to the be case, at all.