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Aim to support our returning Veterans!

With Veterans Day approaching on November 11th, it’s heartwarming to see so many organizations stand up to support the cause, especially the ones that work tirelessly year round to help our veterans. A Georgia branch of the organization Love Your, which focuses specifically on helping veterans transition home and back into civilian life, is hosting a 2nd amendment Shoot-a-thon PRO-AM next weekend (November 9th).

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Bring 'em home...

About time isn't it? Time to defend the heartland.

It is heartwarming

There's got to be more than soup kitchens and hospitality houses, jails, and hospitals, for returning vets.

Why. They got paid for work that didn't need doing.

I hope they find something productive to do. (Police work isn't productive.)

Free includes debt-free!

Why? Because they need our help. Dr. Paul says...

That 26 veterans commit suicide everyday. We have to help our boys and girls while at the same time boycotting the warmongers, and ending these wars.

When did common sense become a super power? –Patrick F. Holman

More than 50% of the

More than 50% of the homeless/unemployed people I see holding posters in high-way exits or busy signals are veterans. Many of them are disabled too. Why this situation?

I thought that in US, many companies actually prefer to hire veterans.

Suicide it a nutrition deficiency not a drug deficiency.

Drinking de-mineralized water and sweating out the minerals one has stored makes people crazy.

Sea salt is cheap, salt to taste.

That's a small start.

Free includes debt-free!


If that's true, brilliant.

When did common sense become a super power? –Patrick F. Holman