November’s election may be over, but the fight for veterans is really just beginning. Over the next four years, the voices and concerns of veterans must be heard and respected. We can’t allow Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, and Nancy Pelosi to return us to the Obama-Biden policy of disrespect, neglect, and mistreatment of our nation’s veterans.
One positive outcome of the elections for veterans is the Republicans holding the majority in the Georgia State Senate. This means there’s control over the legislation which that body enacts into law, a good thing for issues important to veterans such as pro-Second Amendment reforms, positive changes to VA healthcare, and well-paying jobs for service members and their families.
- CNN exit poll, veterans: 54% Trump, 44% Biden
- For many veterans, adjusting to civilian life can be extremely difficult. But 2020 has brought with it its own challenges like dealing with COVID-19.
- Talking with veterans and celebrating Veterans Day helps remind us of how special America is, and that American values are worth fighting for.
- Their Service Entitles Them To Low-Cost Loans. But Veterans Often Pay More
- Additional Veterans Courts could be coming to counties throughout Pennsylvania.
- Both the House of Representatives and Senate have passed a version of the “VA Website Accessibility Act.”