If you know about the Veterans Hospital System, you’ll get some inkling to what’s in store for you under Obamacare. The Veterans program covers 25 million Veterans, BUT Obamacare will effect some 330 million Americans!
Out of Fear of Jewish Power The World Is Indifferent to Israel’s Siege and Inhumanity Against Gaza’s Living Souls By: Mohamed Khodr “The Jews, I find are very, very selfish. They care not how many Estonians, Latvians, Finns, Poles, Yugoslavs or Greeks get murdered or mistreated as Displaced Persons as long as the […]
If you’ve been following politics in Washington, and shame on you if you haven’t been tuned-in (it’s the future of our country that’s at stake), then you need to read this article and digest the real story.
Government Shut Down, Veterans unable to get medical care, food inspectors on furlough, national parks closed and getting rundown, the poor and hungry unable to get food stamps to eat? With all of this who needs this damn Congress?
Let us not fool our self, we are a nation divided, with more things dividing us than uniting us, and the recent failure of both House and Senator to agree on a budget and the shut down of the government is but one of the facts that we are a truly divided nation.
Veterans are all too familiar with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The U.S. voters have shown they don’t recognize a PTSD mindset that set into the citizenry since 911 and the collapse of the economy in 2007-2008.
The latest developments regarding Syria are not remotely encouraging. A thoughtful editorial by the President of Russia in The New York Times (11 September 2013) has been belittled and ridiculed by political leaders in Washington, D.C.
By Mohamed Khodr “You can’t make war in the Middle East without Egypt and you can’t make peace without Syria”…Henry A. Kissinger “I will never apologize for the United States of America — I don’t care what the facts are.”…President George H. W. Bush (the father) _____________________ EXCLUSIVE BREAKING NEWS: Please share […]
“A shocking crime was committed on the unscrupulous initiative of few individuals, with the blessing of more, and amid the passive acquiescence of all”. –Tacitus This quote has been repeated in many forms by many American Presidents since George Washington, by patriotic American politicians, diplomats, militiary officers, academicians, few journalists, and a few courageous […]
When, thanks to Mark Novitsky, a federal whistleblower, I learned that Karen Hudes, who earned her J.D. at Yale, our most distinguished School of Law, and an M.Phil. in economics at the University of Amsterdam, which is also a formidable institution, had been removed from her position as Senior Counsel for the World Bank because of her efforts to expose corruption and reaffirm the rule of law in the form of appropriate standards of accounting, I was dumbfounded.