It’s the Sunday of the weekend following the 9/11 attacks. Reagan National is closed and will be for six months.… Read more “I can get you into Hagerstown, Maryland.”
Balanced in the middle of a year, in the middle of a decade, in the midst of a war, and… Read more It was the best of drives; it was the worst of drives.
An eighty-one year old widow texted me last week asking me to call as soon as possible. When I called… Read more The Department of Veterans Affairs Has Lost a Nail
The young Jewish woman jumped from the train on the way to Auschwitz. What was broken, and what was later… Read more She Jumped From the Train
22 September 2017 Greater Lafayette Honor Flight ATTN: Pam Mow P.O. Box 275 Lafayette, IN 47902-0275 Pam, Feedback regarding the… Read more To: Pam Mow, Gold Star Mother and Founder Greater Lafayette Honor Flight
Last Thursday I hitched a ride in a van with five Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America members… Read more NRA/GOP Bill 105: Eliminate Indiana Gun Permits (!)
I was driving on the Washington, DC beltway on my way to work for the Defense Intelligence Agency around 0500… Read more Pakistan, Faust, and Trump
Vietnam. (about 5 second pause, make eye contact with as many as possible in the audience) Today we are not… Read more Fifty Years Ago, More or Less
A Bloomington veteran passed away in August 2016. He was rated by the VA as 60% service connected disabled for… Read more SBP, DIC, SSIA, and Reconsideration
On 15 September 2016 the US House of Representatives passed legislation to “reform the Department of Veterans Affairs appeal process.”… Read more Too Many VA Appeals? Why?