Here’s a few news articles I picked up today from the internet…

These are from The VVA Web Weekly April 30 issue:

Veterans Groups Sue VA for Withholding Information Demanded by Veterans Poisoned by Camp Lejeune’s Toxic Water…

Isakson, Blumenthal Unveil Veterans First Act

Miller Statement on Senate Veterans Omnibus Legislation

On April 28, following reports of a deal in the Senate regarding an omnibus package of veterans’ legislation, Jeff Miller, chairman of the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs, released the following statement: “News of this deal is a positive development. If what Sens. Isakson and Blumenthal are working on passes the Senate, I look forward to immediately engaging in conference committee negotiations in order to move a VA reform package to the president’s desk.”

States Helping Traumatized Vets

Hormone Deficiency Common in Vets with Concussion

Happy Veterans Day? 5 Times Republicans in Congress Screwed Veterans





Happy Veterans Day? 5 Times Republicans in Congress Screwed Veterans

41 Republican Senators Voted Against a Landmark Veterans Bill in February, Today They Blame the VA

How $1.4 billion in budget cuts will impact Veterans

How $1.4 billion in budget cuts will impact Veterans

We need to have a National  Veteran’s Action Committee

National Veteran’s Action Committee

You can start a VAC in your state or county…Contact me here…

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I can show you how to start raising funds…


It was first designed for artists, musicians and Youtubers.  Artists set up a page on the Patreon website, where patrons can pledge to donate a given amount of money to an artist every time they create a piece of art, optionally setting a monthly maximum. Alternatively a fixed monthly amount can be pledged. This is different from other crowdfunding platforms like Kickstarter, where artists obtain a single sum after a successful campaign and typically have to start over for every new piece.[3] Similar to other platforms however, artists will often provide rewards for their patrons.[12][13] Patreon takes a 5%commission on pledges.[14]

Patreon is adaptable to fundraising also…It provides a stable ongoing cash flow and can eventually lead to a situation where no more fundraising activity is needed,  saving the fundraising time and expense…

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