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Sunday, November 11, 2012


today's action Stand UNITED FOR VETERANS!

The country may be divided on many important issues, but the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) is starting a movement to rally the nation around something everyone should be able to agree on. The campaign, "UNITED FOR VETERANS," is a nationwide initiative to expose and subsequently help struggling veterans and military families get their VA benefits, transition into everyday civilian life and meet their urgent, everyday needs.

This Veterans Day, show your appreciation for the men and women who have protected our country by joining the VFW's movement to help give back to those who truly deserve our support.

Start a fundraising page on behalf of the VFW and our country’s defenders TODAY.

War vets find solace in four-legged friends

Many U.S. veterans are struggling with invisible wounds such as post-traumatic stress disorder, anxiety and depression. But some of them are finding peace at home thanks to their canine companions. Click through the gallery to meet a few veterans and the service dogs who help them get through their daily lives.

(CNN) -- He was antisocial and difficult to work with at first. He'd clearly been abused by his father as evidenced by the deep, round scab near his shoulder. He hadn't been eating well.

 Today's post is in honor of Veteran's Day, because agree or disagree with the wars does not matter at all. All the Veterans of each and every conflict are still worthy of respect, honor and above all--Jobs and Health Care. As the saying goes--take care of the ones who take care of you.

Most importantly, In Memory of my Grandfather who was drafted in the U.S.Army 2 months before WWI ended, and my late uncle who enlisted in the Navy and rose into the office ranks during WWII AND my late Father who served in the U.S. Air Force during the Korean War, last but not least my brother-in-law who served as a Medic during the Vietnam War.

Yes, I remember growing up with God, Country and the Democratic Party, which was why I also enlisted and served in the Army Reserve from 1980-1992.