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The Truth of Ukraine`s Ongoing Civil War Omitted

...a violent minority believe that understanding and loving enemies does not work.

(OCCUPIED PALESTINE) - Ukraine What they are omitting is that Ukraine has been having a civil war for at least the last eight years. Unfortunately, both the US and Russia have recently made this violence worse.

We are sending in massive amounts of weapons. And we are pushing NATO to admit Ukraine, in spite of our previous promises to not tighten NATO’s military noose around Russia.

Read Full Article (Feb-18-2022 19:09)

Why Ketamine is a Popular Solution for PTSD

PTSD creates symptoms and problems that will affect one's life on a daily basis.

(SALEM, Ore.) - PTSD solutions One serious mental condition that is often underestimated and overlooked is post-traumatic stress disorder, also known simply as PTSD.

Anyone who suffers from this condition will notice a significant difference in their life, and this is a change for the worse.

Read Full Article (Jan-18-2022 15:37)

Bringing Home Spc. Darrien M. Utley

~OBITUARY~ Photos by Q Madp

(SALEM, Ore.) - Utley obituary Darrien M. Utley was born May 30, 2000 to Dennis Utley and Shannon Spence. Darrien passed away on December 31, 2021.

Darrien attended Chiloquin HS and graduated in 2019 at Falcon Heights Academy. He joined the United States Army in July 2019.

Read Full Article (Dec-08-2021 12:14)

Choose the River

Janessa Gans Wilder found her centering force in the midst of a war zone.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Euphrates River This holiday season, in a world that feels increasingly conflicted what centering force helps us maintain our inner sense of wellbeing, our faith in a better future?

...the most powerful force of all: the force of life.

Read Full Article (Oct-12-2021 21:13)

The Havana Syndrome in a Nutshell

Were embassy staff victims of a mysterious new secret weapon?

(SAN FRANCISCO, CA.) - Havana Syndrome An individual assigned to the U.S. Embassy in Cuba was awakened one night in 2016 by severe pain and a sensation of intense pressure in the face, a loud piercing sound in one ear with directional features, and acute disequilibrium and nausea.

Symptoms of vestibular and cognitive dysfunction ensued.

Read Full Article (Oct-11-2021 21:10)

Two Parties: Two Countries

Honest effort and compassion are two qualities crucial for our future as a country, and as a free people.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Richard Nixon We have a two-party political system, one that evolves with time, people, and circumstance.

Democrats were, for many years, a party that fought against civil rights for African Americans where they were denied them in the American South under the racist Jim Crow system. When I was a boy, back in the 1950s and ‘60s, the Democrats from the South were known as Dixiecrats.

Read Full Article (Sep-17-2021 13:00)

A National Rite of Passage: Beyond War

Moral injury is not simply PTSD. It’s a violation of an individual’s deepest sense of right and wrong: a wound to the soul.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Afghanistan Patriotism mixed with militarism has the magnetic pull of religion, and service matters even when its ends are, to put it politely, questionable.

This is a flawed argument, to be sure, but I actually have a sliver of sympathy for Exum’s point.

Read Full Article (Aug-31-2021 12:54)

The First Mistake

The government was communist, and that meant it had to go, no matter what.

(OLDENBURG, Germany) - Jalalabad, Afghanistan Establishment journalists and politicians are despairingly asking: Why did we fail in our well-meaning efforts to help the Afghan people? What were our mistakes?

But they ignore their first mistake: creating the Taliban.

Read Full Article (Aug-19-2021 12:45)

Resources for Veterans Affected by Afghanistan-Iraqi Wars

Veterans from all eras are reacting to the events in Afghanistan. You are not alone.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Afghanistan campaign medal Veterans may question the meaning of their service or whether it was worth the sacrifices they made. They may feel more moral distress about experiences they had during their service. It’s normal to feel this way.

At this moment, it may seem like all is lost, like your service or your sacrifices were for nothing. Consider the ways that your service made a difference, the impact it had on others’ lives or on your own life. It can be helpful to focus on the present and to engage in the activities that are most meaningful and valuable to you.

Read Full Article (Jul-13-2021 23:43)

Leaving Afghanistan

It all started on Oct. 7, 2001....

(SAN FRANCISCO, Calif.) - Afghanistan I am a U.S. Army veteran who served in Vietnam (1987-1988) as well as Germany and Okinawa. I agree with President Joe Biden’s decision to withdraw all our troops from Afghanistan, America’s longest-running war.
Briefly, here’s why.

The war cost 2,312 U.S. military lives, 20,066 wounded in action, an estimated 43,000 civilian deaths, and cost trillions of dollars.

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