There is a way to end homelessness among veterans: move the money!
As important as the troop withdrawal is what happens to them after they leave. Will they go now to Afghanistan? Will they serve in some other location abroad?
In post-9/11 America, one out of three veterans believe the Iraq and Afghanistan wars were not worth fighting, according to opinion surveys by the Pew Research Center.
The obvious answer is raise the taxes significantly for those mentioned above and reduce the inflated military budget.
Mythologizing and romanticizing World War II ignores its complex legacy.
As this national debate plays out, I hope we all take some time to stop and really consider what kind of nation we want to leave our children.
Veterans face challenges of joblessness, homelessness, and visible and "invisible" injuries - a real tribute means doing right, not right-wing, by them.
CLEVELAND -- "Freedom fighter," "Poor man's lawyer," and "One of the most beautiful people I ever met" -- words that described progressive attorney, Roy Kaufman.
With "Until You Come Home," singer-songwriter George Mann is able to offer up not only a strong musical statement on behalf of veterans of our recent wars but also one about his own fallen comrade, Julius Margolin.
The left has done a poor job of speaking to veterans, and that's unfortunate.