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Monday, September 26, 2022

VA will offer abortion counseling and — in certain cases —...

Last night, the Department of Veterans Affairs submitted to the Federal Register an interim final rule that will allow VA to provide access to abortion counseling and — in certain cases — abortions to pregnant Veterans and VA beneficiaries.

Peace in Your Time

Forget your troubles, Come on get happy. You better chase all your cares away. Shout hallelujah, Come on get happy. Get ready for the judgment day.” Sound familiar? That’s the first verse to the song, “Get Happy,” made famous in 1950 by Judy Garland. It’s a happy, up-beat tune for sure - with words about an often allusive emotion!


The fires are burning up the country; on the other hand; the country is overcome with floods. The problem is, the two should be meeting and providing us with serenity but it isn’t working out that way.

VA national cemeteries call on volunteers to participate in National Day...

VA national cemeteries are looking for volunteers to participate in the Sept. 9 National Day of Service to honor those who served in the nation’s armed forces in the 21 years since 9/11.

What Happens During A DUI Arrest

In most driving under the influence (DUI) cases, police will pull motorists over because of a traffic violation or signs of impairment.

VA releases whole health approach to Long COVID

This month, the Department of Veterans Affairs published “Whole Heath System Approach to Long COVID” — a guidebook for caring for Veterans with Long COVID.

VA extends temporary hardship suspension for benefit debts

The Department of Veterans Affairs is extending our financial hardship suspension on benefit debts, meaning that Veterans who request assistance will not have to pay benefit debts until Dec. 31.

Coronavirus Files: Summer wave may have peaked as CDC reviews new...

Both Moderna and Pfizer have applied for emergency authorization of their new vaccine formulas targeting both the original strain and the omicron BA.4/5 variant.

California Gov. Gavin Newsom Finally Votes to End Open Air ‘Drug...

Dem. Governor of California, Gavin Newsom, has finally opted to scrap a bill that would have allowed drug addicts to shoot up on city streets in designated areas.


The offspring of celebrities and politicians can be downright snotty and usually a pain in the behind to interview. That is not the case with Hank IV, and if you are grappling for a connection, his name is Coleman but some call him Hank IV and his father, grandfather and great grandfather left him with a burden he didn't ask for.