By Debbie Gregory. Those who serve in the U.S. military often have a story to tell when they come home. But John Bennett’s story may be one of the oddest stories with a happy ending that you’ve ever heard. The young Army medic, just 20-years-old, was serving in Vietnam when he was struck by lightening […]
Entries for March, 2018
By Debbie Gregory. Rear Adm. Ronny Jackson, the president’s appointed White House physician who drew national attention when he complimented President Trump on his “incredibly good genes,” has been tapped to lead the Department of Veterans Affairs — pending approval by the Senate. This leadership post has been described as one of the most difficult […]
By Debbie Gregory. The Bruce W. Carter Miami Veterans Affairs Medical Center gave at least eight military veterans who were tested for HIV at the facility different results than tests from an outside lab, according to the U.S. Office of Special Counsel, an independent federal investigative agency. The discrepancy was only discovered after Roman Miguel, […]
By Debbie Gregory. Former Marine Sgt. Erin Kirk-Cuomo is a woman on a mission. One of the co-founders of Not In My Marine Corps, a support group for women who’ve been harassed while serving their country, Kirk-Cuomo is waging war against military revenge porn sites. First in her crosshairs was “Blame Marines United (Non-Butthurt Edition)” […]
By Debbie Gregory. Retired United States Army Lieutenant Colonel, Fox News Analyst and author Ralph Peters has parted ways with the network, calling it a “propaganda machine” for the Trump administration while accusing the network of “wittingly harming our system of government for profit.” Peters had become known for his impassioned commentaries against Russian appeasers, […]
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