Top 5 Veterans News: Jan. 27, 2018

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  1. Pennsylvania resources to serve our veterans. We can never truly repay veterans for their sacrifice, but we can make sure that we honor and support them as they actively serve and then transition to civilian life.

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  2. Man shot at Oregon veterans clinic during altercation. A man said to be a military veteran seeking mental health care was shot by a security officer at a Veterans Affairs clinic in southern Oregon on Thursday after an admissions area altercation in which authorities said the man became combative.
  3. Schumer seeks more land purchases for Pembroke veterans cemetery. Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer is pushing the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs to get moving on construction of its new National Veterans Cemetery in Pembroke.
  4. Grave markers available for all veterans. Clearfield County Commissioners and Clearfield County Office of Veterans Affairs would like to remind families of deceased veterans — including those who served during peacetime — that grave markers are available to honor their service.
  5. Veterans complex announced for DeFuniak Springs. Studies determined there to be about 267,000 veterans in the region, 14,000 of whom would require the care and training to be provided at Veterans Lodge.


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  1. Reference the guy who got shot at the Oregon VA clinic:
    VA cops didn’t even carry guns until the early 2000s. Somehow they managed to serve through the Spanish American War, WWI, WWII, the Korean War,the Vietnam War, Grenada, Iraq one, and various conflicts and military adventures all those decades without needing firearms to deal with altercations between frustrated or upset veterans and VA medical staffs. But we have a new tradition all over the US insofar as cops and killing both armed and unarmed civilians. Probably inevitable that they’ll end up shooting and beating the bejesus out of vets on VA properties, same as cops are doing to vets and other unarmed civilians all over the country today. The new era of law enforcement: If you can think of a way to fear for your life, shoot the scary one.

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