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Mr. Trump, please make a ‘moonshot’ for the Midwest. We need it.

Timothy E. Carone, There is a stark reality we must face.  Those Midwest jobs that went south or overseas in the past few decades are never coming back.  Workers in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Iowa, Illinois and Wisconsin have been disadvantaged and marginalized by global economic forces and are struggling to return to a

What one high school did to honor our armed forces and first responders

Todd Starnes, These days it seems that celebrating America is not exactly politically correct — whether it’s public schools banning the U.S. flag or professional football players refusing to stand for the Star-Spangled Banner. We’ve seen protesters burn Old Glory while politicians bicker about whether these great United States are still a most exceptional country. 

Trump Outshines Clinton At The VFW Convention

Trump’s VFW Speech: “Inspirational” Trump’s Lays Out Plan To Reform VA To The VFW Military Times Headline: “Trump Pledges To Reform VA, Not Eliminate It” (Leo Shane, “Trump Pledges To Reform VA, Not Eliminate It,” The Military Times, 7/26/16) Governor McCrory Sid “It’s Going To Take An Outsider To Clean Up Washington D.C.,” About Trump.

Donald J. Trump Delivers Remarks at the Veterans of Foreign Wars National Convention

Today, Donald J. Trump spoke at the Charlotte Convention Center in Charlotte, NC to thousands of Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW). During his speech, Mr. Trump reiterated his personal commitment to giving every Veteran in America timely access to the top-quality health care they deserve. He also assurred Veterans that a Trump administration will take steps

One Week After Apology Speech in Hiroshima=> Obama Trashes Veterans in Indiana

Jim Hoft, Last week, before Memorial Day, Barack Obama went to Hiroshima and apologized for American actions in World War II while ignoring the evils of Imperial Japan. The Imperial Japanese Military committed thousands of war crimes in World War II resulting in the death of millions of civilians and prisoners of war. Pacific War

Hackers used previously unknown Internet Explorer flaw in new attacks

 A previously unknown flaw in a recent version of Microsoft Corp’s Internet Explorer web browser is being used to attack Internet users, including some visitors to a major site for U.S. military veterans, researchers said Thursday. Security firm FireEye Inc discovered the attacks against IE 10 this week, saying that hundreds or thousands of machines