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How to stay sane during COVID-19

All around us, locations are closing rapidly in an attempt to limit the spread of COVID-19.  Restaurants, museums, parks, and retail businesses are all closing their doors.  So how do you stay active and sane for the next few weeks? For starters, it’s not the end of the world.  While it may seem like our …

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When and how to contact your Congressperson

We the people have a power we often under use and underestimate the power of its use.  That power is the ability to contact the elected members of congress as needed.  This article will help you find out who your congressperson is, when, and how you should contact them. If you are an average citizen, …

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How you can fight for the Toxic Exposure Bill

Following our coverage of January’s groundbreaking meeting, we recently met with Jon Stewart (formally of The Daily Show), and members of both Houses of Congress. The goal of this meeting was to further the draft of the Toxic Exposure Bill. Non-profit Burn Pit 360 told us they are hopeful this critical Bill will roll out in …

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Virginia soon to be a f**king swearing anomaly

Oh Virginia, what are you doing?  One moment you’re hating guns, the next people are allowed to fucking swear in public.  Currently, if you use profanity in public you can be fined up to $250. The code of Virginia currently says “If any person profanely curses or swears or is intoxicated in public, whether such …

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Veteran underemployment is killing our community

There is a big fucking problem in this country. Veteran unemployment has thankfully been going down. However, underemployment is the hidden cancer few people are talking about. The problem Underemployment is when a worker is being underutilized or not given tasks that meet their skill. For example, medical, technical and trade skills are necessities in …

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Virginia’s “Assault firearms” ban moves forward

Voted 12 yays to 9 nays, the Committee on Public Safety Virginia House Bill 961 moves on to the next step. Hence, the bill on “assault firearms” will be debated on the floor of Virginia’s House of Representatives. If they pass the bill, the Virginia Senate will take a vote. The final stop before it …

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“You just made us Felons!” 2A supporters ejected from committee meeting

The Virginia Committee on Public Safety voted to pass HB 961 on the morning of February 7th. However, political insiders believed the committee would not pass the bill. A man named Richard Plye claimed on Facebook that members of the House of Delegates told him the bill would “die in committee.” Rumors this was not …

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Military Discounts- guilty or not guilty?

There are two types of Veterans: Those who ask for military discounts Those who would rather shave their eyebrows Depending on the circumstance, I have been both. This can stem from embarrassment or guilt, and I know I am not the only one to feel this way. Let us explore a little of what my …

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Wuhan Coronavirus found in US, what is it?

The Centers for Disease Control stated the first United States of the Wuhan Coronavirus has been confirmed, early Jan. 21.  The virus originated in China, has spread quickly and killed six so far.  So what exactly is the Wuhan Coronavirus and how can you ensure you do not contract it? Coronavirus is actually a small …

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The Fight for the Toxic Exposure Bill

It is estimated that approximately 3.5 Million troops may have encountered some sort of toxic exposure while in service after 9/11. Most of this was due to “burn pits” being used all over Iraq and Afghanistan. A “burn pit” was a designated area where items meant for disposal were set on fire. The items generally …

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