This statement above cannot over-emphasize the extent of my discomfort with the VA.
Last week was a bad week. When the Warrior struggles, the Caregiver struggles. 591 more words
By Kiersten Downs
WUSF Veterans Coming Home Outreach Coordinator
Over time, the sharp and jagged pieces of a broken green bottle have been transformed into a smooth and beautiful beach gem that we call sea glass. 460 more words
While you may know that 96% of the media outlets in the US are owned by just 5 corporations, and while you may understand how heavily censored and manipulated the news you receive may be; it still doesn’t begin to put into perspective the “why” and “how” of the information you are fed is used to keep you uninformed and how it is manipulated to form your opinion of what is really going on in the world. 1,662 more words
Taking a page from Green Bay Packer QB Aaron Rodgers, Barack O’TomA told the nation to relax about Ebola. He assured an anxious nation that the same government that registered O’TomA Care on Healthcare.gov, set up Veteran Administration appointments and executive bonuses and secures the White House and the President, and provides non-answers daily to Social Security recipients who wait on the phone for hours has the Ebola thing under control. 17 more words
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) – The Veterans Administration has begun proceedings to fire a second official at its troubled medical centers in central Alabama.
Deputy Secretary of Veterans Affairs Sloan Gibson announced Friday that termination proceedings had begun against Dr. 426 more words
The new Secretary of Veterans Affairs, Bob McDonald, has temporarily assigned Kathleen Fogarty, the director of Tampa’s James A. Haley VA Medical Center, to help restore trust and transparency at one of the most troubled VA networks that oversees the Phoenix VA hospital. 187 more words