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VA Secretary’s Comparison to Disneyland Is A Gift

And we’ll squander this gift on just the statement and not the ongoing problem with veterans care and benefits. Take a look around you. (I will too, we’re in this together) How many veterans do we see? How do we know that person we see living on the street is not a veteran. How do […]

I’m Not Here to Inspire You

Disability and illness are cruel, but having them does not make an individual special. This may not be a popular opinion, but it is mine. Since I have both disabilities and chronic illnesses, I will take the floor. I have been called brave, a warrior, or described as “suffering”. I have had great difficulty helping […]

Scleroderma Project: Beneath The Surface, Should be Seen by Everyone.

  The title of my last post is, “I Hate The Documentary, Project Scleroderma: Beneath The Surface”.  I thought about changing the title, but I have decided to keep it, and follow up with this post.  I take you on a scenic route to my point, so feel free to jump to the paragraph that […]

Memorial Day 2013

What started as a Facebook status for Memorial Day, turned into something that I felt need more that just Facebook “status”. Remember that “Supporting The Troops” means that we remember they are the very strongest of the “We The People”. That “WE” never be thought of as a “necessary casualty” without profound consideration of the […]

Everyone Deserves The Health Care Dick Cheney & I Have.

..”Keep, ancient lands, your storied pomp!” cries she With silent lips. “Give me your tired, your poor, Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free, The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.” Emma Lazarus Based on the cheers I heard about letting the uninsured die during the Tea Party Debate, I wonder if they would have […]