WATCH: Homeless Vet Saves Shooting Victim’s Life

A homeless veteran called upon his military experience to save another man’s life.

One man shot another man in Seattle after an argument between the two escalated Monday at 3 a.m., according to the Seattle Times.


Budget Comprise in Washington Needed to Avoid Military and Civilian

WSAV is reporting that Chambliss stated an additional $497 billion in cuts from sequestration could cost Georgia 28000 military and civilian jobs, seven thousand of those at Fort Stewart. Chambliss, a member of the so-called Gang of Six, warned, “When
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Obama wooing veterans in campaign

President Barack Obama ended one war and is winding down another, bringing home tens of thousands of U.S. troops. Now he wants them to pay him back – with votes…


China’s $300 Billion Fund a Wake-Up Call to US, Europe

China’s plan for a new $300 billion sovereign wealth fund is as much a warning to Washington as it is a body blow to Brussels..,


Barriers May Cause Some Homeless Veterans Not To Get Needed Housing

The stated goal of this program is to assist veterans in finding new work and housing. The government has also set a goal to eventually get all veterans off the street and in to homes. This may be easier said then done, as I have discovered in my own situation…


Handful of DC teachers get jobs back

It’s an annual dance between the school system and the Washington Teachers’ Union: Due to budget cuts or enrollment shifts, teacher positions are shed, and employees whose Impact evaluation scores aren’t up to snuff are usually among the first
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