For the Veteran

Various information for Veterans different government programs available to assist Veterans in starting a business. Veterans benefits programs. This is not a political blog but we will speak our minds about current treatment of Veterans returning from the Gulf.

Saturday, December 15, 2007

Veterans Affairs' Compensated Work Therapy

The IRS has recently ruled that the CWT program or Veterans Affairs' Compensated Work Therapy is no longer considered taxable income. This is a small but positive step for wounded Veterans. It is a long road to reach fair treatment of Veterans especially those who have been injured.

Lets keep this type of progress moving forward, contact your local Senators and Congressmen (people)

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Friday, December 14, 2007

Veterans Non-Profits not making the grade

This is a disgrace, 12 million in POSTAGE see financial expenses, 450,000 in salary for the CEO and his wife make over 1000,00 to edit the newsletter. These "charites" should all be shut down.

Help Hospitalized Veterans, which "reported income of $71.3 million last year

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Thursday, December 13, 2007

VA still falls short in helping Veterans

Has our VA system become so bad that Vets have to wait months if not years to receive benefits. The sad but true answer is YES they have failed.

How is it we can treat people who protect our freedom in this manner. What has the USA become, Vets from other wars except Vietnam have been treated better then this. You would think with the inceases in technology the level of service will also increase.

It is time for a complete makeover of the VA.

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Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Republicans look to SLASH the VA budget

I find it strange hardly any Republicans Sons and Daughters are in the military let alone in Iraq or Afganistan.

I wonder if they would slash the budget if their sons and daughters were fighting the War/

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