Back in March, I wrote an article which analysed how the well (or not so well) Saudi Arabia’s newly formed “Coalition against Terrorism” was performing.
A group of veterans who have each waited more than a year to have disability claims reviewed say they are being denied a right granted to most Americans—the ability to team up and bring class-action lawsuits to fight grievances.
SBA Seeks Nominations for the Interagency Task Force on Veterans Small Business Development…10 Quick Tips on Business Plan Summaries…POPSMOKE–Become a Startup Veteran…2016: Veteran Entrepreneurship in Higher Education…Feds sue contracting company for millions in false claims
(SDVOSB News Services – Washington 8/25/2015) — VetLikeMe –– the Nation’s only online news source dedicated to Veteran-Owned Small Business, today entered into an alliance with Kingdomware Technologies, LLC in its case against the Veteran’s Administration (VA). Several veterans’ organizations – including the American Legion – contend that the VA has and continues to violate Public Law 109-461, commonly known as “Veterans First.”
The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has released a Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for the Supportive Services for Veteran Families (SSVF) program.
The Department of Veteran Affairs has released a 50-page document, MyVA, outlining its improvement goals in the aftermath of last year’s internal report of doctored waiting lists that hid how long veterans waited for care.
VA’s restriction on competitive bidding by veteran-owned small businesses challenged before the Supreme Court; H.R. 1015 Protecting Business Opportunities for Veterans Act of 2015; Pre History of Crowdfunding — Part 1; Pre History of Crowdfunding — Part 2;
Why should Career Coaches be inspired by Michelangelo?
VA Needs to Clarify Where SDVOSBs Are on Purchasing Priority List, Talk Back, Short takes, Who’s Laughing Now? VA Official Suspended Over Tasteless Joke,
The Set-Aside Conundrum
Birth Versus Commitment by Hardy Stone When I began VetLikeMe in 2010, I was hopeful and excited by the business opportunities that would be provided by the SBA through PL 106-50 (‘‘Veterans … [Read More…]
A National News Publication for Veteran Business Owners-February 20. 2015
President Obama and the Veterans Administration bureaucracy are already sabotaging the VA-reform law passed in August.
A Navy veteran has pleaded guilty to charges that he lied about his company’s qualifications to the Veterans Affairs Department to get $1.5 million in contracts for work at one of its hospitals.
Secretary McDonald says his first priority is trust building. How does he intend on building veterans trust? He opens a “Whistle Blower Hotline,” and it backfires alienating both employees and veterans.
By the time all protests are resolved, there might not be anyone left to take the reins of the VA’s Center for Verification and Evaluation (“CVE”).
It’s a known fact that the Worldwide Internet is the new Gutenberg Press of the World.
Everywhere the Internet has become established which is now most of the World, it has provided instant access to an incredible amount of information from esteemed authors and researchers, facts that are showing the Major Mass Media’s narratives and stories to be largely false.
Feds bringing militarized police units with heavy weapons into hospitals around US. VT has learned agency tasked with helping America’s war vets is expecting outbreak of terrorism.
The Small Business Administration (SBA) has proposed sweeping changes in federal small busslaminess size standards based on inflation that could force thousands of small business that depend on federal contracts to close their doors.
Montel Williams says “It’s time we took the chicken down…”
The Real Deal…The story of G.I. Joe. The Bronze Star award ceremony of Colonel Joseph Crosswhite, Chief of International and Operational Law U.S. Army Force Command, in Statesville, North Carolina, a neighboring community next to where I live in Mooresville…another real life G.I. Joe in the flesh.
Defamation lawsuit draws near for two disabled combat wounded Vietnam veterans, as they prepared their own defense for a June 23, 2014 jury trial before the 8th District Court in Clark County.
A lawsuit set to be heard on June 23, 2014 before the 8th District Court, Clark County could be a deciding factor on whether veterans’ disability can be used to satisfy a civil judgment.
A “glitch”in the Affordable Care Act [ACA] could cost some families thousands of dollars, especially veterans with children.
The complaint is the culmination of an investigation by special agents from the United States Department of Veterans Affairs-Office of Inspector General, under the direction of Special Agent in Charge Jeffrey G Hughes, and special agents from the …
Veteran “Jersey Jeanne” has not let multiple sclerosis slow her down — adaptive sports have changed her life in a positive way. Her life’s motto is: “I got ‘ta’ keep on movin’!”
Stories about “new letters” or a “new law” are total bunk. The law that authorizes gun seizures for those “adjudicated mentally ill” was passed in 1997 but nothing was said about it for over 15 years.
Primary among them is the CREW DUKE system used by the US and NATO to protect troops from IEDs. It is killing more than it is saving.
The candid interview below runs a full five minutes and deserves to be sent around for distribution.
The Veterans Workshop is grateful to the organization “Others First” for their generosity and help.
A Letter from a USS LIBERTY survivor dated 10 June 1967 and a recollection from member of Rescue, Damage Control and Repair Team that boarded the USS Liberty on the early morning hours of June 9, 1967.
“Does this pain ever go away? Not when it remains unresolved does it ever really go away, and of course the Liberty matter still remains unresolved.”
The event, which Phil ‘saw that day’ is something most of us have failed to see for decades.