Monthly Archives: September 2015

Hidden Wounds of War: How One Florida Veteran’s Mom Has Made a Difference

September 23, 2015/in Commentary, Healthcare, Policy, Politics, Social Issues /by Ruth Roman Many Americans have witnessed the obvious wounds of war, as our military heroes return home missing limbs, handicapped and by IED’s, roadside bombs, and combat injuries from the … Continue reading

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Iranian Defense Minister: ‘We Will Always Provide Arms to the Resistance Against U.S. and Israel

In a recent TV interview, Iranian Defense Minister Hossein Dehghan said: “I officially declare that under no circumstances will we refrain from providing material and moral support to Hizbullah, or to any group of the resistance to the U.S. and … Continue reading

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Trump Just Hit Obama Where It Hurts in 15 Seconds

Donald Trump posted a new video on Instagram Wednesday hitting the Obama administration over the Iranian nuclear deal, which the presidential candidate describes as “terrible.” The video begins with audio from President Obama announcing the deal as: “A powerful display … Continue reading

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Homeland Security; Highest Threat Since 9/11

The Islamist terror threat to the U.S. is “surging” and the situation is getting “steadily worse,” concludes a new report by the House Homeland Security Committee. Terror Threat Snapshot, prepared by the Majority staff, said the increased threat is largely … Continue reading

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698,000 Americans Lost Their Jobs In August; Why This is Important

Tyler Durden on 09/07/2015 15:14 -0400 After the Fed admitted over a year ago that the US unemployment rate (which in 2012 was supposed to be a rate hike “threshold” once it hit 6.5% and is now at 5.1%) has … Continue reading

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