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Iraq: America’s Other “Longest War”

Iraq: America’s Other “Longest War”

  By Thomas L Knapp As the calendar prepared to flip from 2019 to 2020, protesters stormed the US embassy in Baghdad.  As I write this, the action — a response to US airstrikes in Iraq and Syria which killed at least 25 and wounded more than 50 — hasn’t yet become a reprise of […]

Wheel to the Sea | A Challenge hike for Veterans, Wheelchair Users and Volunteer Pushers

Wheel to the Sea | A Challenge hike for Veterans, Wheelchair Users and Volunteer Pushers

Join us at the FREE “Wheel to the Sea” event “A challenge hike for Veterans, wheelchair users and volunteer pushers” Saturday, May 4, 2019, 8AM-6:30PM  | Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, Malibu, CA This exciting community event is especially designed to serve individuals in wheelchairs, including Iraq, Afghanistan and other military Veterans (and their […]

Become a Sponsor! A challenge hike for veterans, wheelchair users, and volunteer pushers!

Become a Sponsor! A challenge hike for veterans, wheelchair users, and volunteer pushers!

A major focus for this event is serving military Veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts, and their families. Other participants are adults and children living with illnesses, or past accident patients who are living with physical disabilities. Some groups include residents of the United Cerebral Palsy, Los Angeles, Hill Crest House, W. LA CalVet Home […]

Mainstream fake-news: the devious limited hangout

Mainstream fake-news: the devious limited hangout

    By Jon Rappoport Big media attacks “fake news.” Independent reporters rightly point the finger at big media as the predominant purveyor of fake news. Oops. Here I want to comment on one of the most devious forms of MSM fake news: the limited hangout. When necessary, news outlets will do a PARTIAL EXPOSURE of […]

Wounded Vet Has a Bone to Pick with Restaurant

Wounded Vet Has a Bone to Pick with Restaurant

A vision-impaired veteran claims he was wronged by a California restaurant after it refused to let his dog join him for dinner. Readen Clavier, an Iraq War veteran who suffered head injuries when his vehicle was hit by an IUD in Balad, told KTVU that he was denied a meal at Inchin’s Bamboo in San […]

Oxnard celebrates Veterans’ Day

Oxnard celebrates Veterans’ Day

By George Miller  Oxnard’s Veteran’s Day celebration featured a “Honor Walk” parade from City Hall to Plaza Park for a memorial and celebration of our veterans. Donuts, coffee and hot dogs were served by the Oxnard Elks. Veterans from all wars since WWII were there for honors. Various government officials attended or participated,  such as […]

Oxnard to celebrate Veterans’ Day- 11-11-15 Please come

Oxnard to celebrate Veterans’ Day- 11-11-15 Please come

By George Miller and Daniel Martinez Oxnard’s Veteran’s Day celebration will again feature a parade from Cit y Hall to Plaza Park for a memorial and celebration of our veterans. Last years, Veterans from all wars since WWII were there for honors. Officials honor veterans on 11-11-14, in front of Oxnard Veterans Memorial at Plaza […]

It’s Veteran’s Day in Oxnard

It’s Veteran’s Day in Oxnard

By George Miller This year, Veteran’s Day was observed differently in Oxnard. The City added  a flag raising and speeches at city hall, then everyone marched (described as an “honor walk”) down to the Plaza Park ceremonies, to the accompanyment of High School bands, a veteran’s American Legion Riders motorcycle group and several local organizations. For […]