Veterans Affairs

The End Of American Freedom

The End Of American Freedom

On March 9, 2008, the peaceful and non-violent “Veterans Revolution” was established to bring an end to the rampant crime, corruption and misappropriation of Veterans property at the Los Angeles VA, and to stop the abuse and inhumane treatment of our fellow Veterans who are war-injured, impoverished and forced to live homeless and hungry at skid row or in back-alley squalor.

We Have Found The Enemy!

We Have Found The Enemy!

The white-collar crime and corruption at the Los Angeles VA is out-of-control and so is police brutality as last Sunday, June 12, VA cop M. Perez (Badge #2140) delivered a pain-inflicted, mobster-style message to Old Veterans Guard members (me specifically) who take photos of their illegal activity of issuing falsified criminal arrests citations when we proudly display the American Flag in honor of the men and women who have defended our Nation’s Colors for more than two centuries.

Support The Troops – Empty Words For Betrayed Disabled Veterans

Support The Troops – Empty Words For Betrayed Disabled Veterans

Take a few moments today and watch this shocking documentation of how many of our veterans have been used by the Military Industrial Complex for the past 100 years ~ and remember this video when you hear “Support the Troops”.

Federal Prosecutors Indict the American Flag

Federal Prosecutors Indict the American Flag

As though it is not un-American enough that the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has officially declared that our American Flag is a “placard, pamphlet, handbill or flyer” and further orders VA police to issue criminal arrest citations to Veterans and Patriots who display our Nation’s Colors outside the VA, but four deputy U.S. attorneys of the Department of Justice (DOJ) officially indicted the revered Flag of the United States of America, accusing It of being an imposter.

Listening to the voices of Veterans and their journey in the appeals system

Listening to the voices of Veterans and their journey in the appeals system

That’s what one Veteran told us about the appeals process for Veterans’ claims. To better understand how Veterans experience the process – how the process fits into the context of their lives – a group of six researchers spoke at length with 92 Veterans whose service spanned the periods from World War II, Korea and Vietnam, to the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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