Monday, May 18, 2020

XI pledges a poultry 2 Billion in Covid-19 Damages

In another insult to the world China has pledged a underwhelming 2 Billion to Pay for the fight of Covid-19 in other in other countries .  XI speaking to the corrupt China centric WHO meeting pledged the funds. 

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 Sean Eagan


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China has control over CNN

CCP has dug its tentacles deep into the US media.  As new facts become irefutable they use CNN to acknowledge them and re spin. Part of a mitigation strategy for Covid-19 liability.  Today they finally admit they did destroy Covid 19 in the Wuhan Lab. It was for safety they say. All lies and more deception. Over 100 Nations have called for a Independent investigation. It's time for the truth to come to light. 

Friday, December 07, 2018

House Veterans Affairs Committee Dec 7th

UPDATED ADVISORY: HVAC Schedule December 4 - December 7

Washington, D.C. - Today, Chairman Phil Roe, M.D. (R-Tenn.) released the hearing schedule for December 4 - December 7.

Please note that all hearings scheduled for Wendnesday are postponed.

The following events are open to the press:

 The below event is postponed:

WHO: House Committee on Veterans' Affairs

WHAT: "Is VA Ready for Full Implementation of Appeals Reform?"

WHEN: 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, December 5, 2018

WHERE: 334 Cannon House Office Building and streaming here.

Background: During this hearing, the full committee will examine the Department of Veterans Affairs' (VA) readiness to fully implement the Veterans Appeals Improvement and Modernization Act of 2017. Specifically, the committee will discuss whether the Secretary is prepared to certify in January 2019 that the Department is ready to carry out the new appeals system and timely address both new and legacy appeals. Alternatively, if the Department is not prepared to carry out the new appeals system, the hearing will discuss the timeline for the Department to confirm that it has the resources, personnel, office space, procedures, and information technology required to carry out the new appeals system.

The below event is postponed:

WHO: Subcommittee on Oversight and Investigations

WHAT: "The Veterans First Program after Kingdomware"

WHEN: 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, December 5, 2018

WHERE: 334 Cannon House Office Building and streaming here.

Background: During this hearing, the Subcommittee will review the status of the implementation of the Veterans First program since the Supreme Court's decision in Kingdomware Technologies, Inc. v. United States. Major topics will include the extent to which contract awards to Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Businesses (SDVOSBs) and Veteran Owned Small Businesses (VOSBs) have increased; the uniformity of application of the Rule of Two throughout VA; the challenges the VA procurement workforce faces in complying with the Veterans First program and other mandates; the prevalence of improper pass-throughs in performance of such contracts (violations of limitation on subcontracting); and potential additional policy, regulatory, or legislative steps that may be taken to improve the program's application. The Subcommittee will discuss the Government Accountability Office's report entitled, "Veterans First Program: VA Needs to Address Implementation Challenges and Strengthen Oversight of Subcontracting Limitations" as well as the independent assessment report of the Veterans First program recently completed by the MITRE Corporation.

WHO: House Committee on Veterans' Affairs and Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs

WHAT: "Tracking Transformation: VA MISSION Act Implementation."

WHEN: 10:00 a.m., Thursday, December 6, 2018

WHERE: HVC-210 - Capitol Visitors Center, House Side, Second Floor, Room 210 and streaming here.

Background: During this joint oversight hearing, the two committees will discuss the implementation of the John S. McCain III, Daniel K. Akaka, and Samuel R. Johnson VA Maintaining Internal Systems and Strengthening Integrated Outside Networks Act of 2018 (also known as the VA MISSION Act). The committees will focus on VA's progress with respect to implementation of title I of the law, which requires VA to institute a consolidated community care program governed by certain access and quality standards by no later than June 6, 2019, to replace the Choice program.

Monday, June 04, 2018

Information on Mesothelioma

Link for help and resources for :
Soft Tissue Sarcoma (other than Osteosarcoma, Chondrosarcoma, Kaposi's sarcoma, or Mesothelioma

Tuesday, September 05, 2017

Protect TRICARE Benefits for Retirees

VFW ACTION CORP

Protect TRICARE Benefits for Retirees

Background: Last year's National Defense Authorization Act increased TRICARE costs for military retirees who enter the military after January 1, 2018, and their families. Current military retirees and their family members are exempt from these cost increases, but a proposal which was recently advanced by the Senate would remove this exemption. This proposal would result in higher TRICARE fees for military retirees, including pharmacy copayments, which are already three times higher than they were in 2011, and enrollment costs for certain plans, such as the new Select plan, would nearly triple. There is an inherent cost to fielding a professional, all-volunteer military, and the promise of a modest stipend immediately upon retirement and inexpensive health care are keys to retaining our best and brightest service members. The VFW needs your help in defeating this harmful proposal which would require military retirees to pay more for their earned health care.

Take Action: Contact your Senators and Representative to demand that they reject any proposal that would result in TRICARE fee increases for current beneficiaries, and let them know that veterans have paid for their benefits through blood, sweat and tears many times over.

                                                      CLICK HERE TO TAKE ACTION! 

After taking action, please consider posting about this Alert on social media:

On Twitter, please paste: I stand with @VFWHQ in opposing any #FY18NDAA proposal that would require military retirees to pay more for their earned health care!

On Facebook, please paste: I stand with @VFWfans in opposing any #FY18NDAA proposal that would require military retirees to pay more for their earned health care! http://bit.ly/2ripZ8Q

Thursday, August 24, 2017

Mattis Meets With Senior Turkish Leaders in Ankara

Possible Discussion on the Future of Incirlik AFB?

DoD News, Defense Media Activity

Aug. 23, 2017 — Defense Secretary Jim Mattis today met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Turkish Defense Minister Nurettin Canikli in Ankara, Turkey's capital city, Pentagon Chief Spokesperson Dana W. White said in a statement.

This was the first meeting between Mattis and Canikli, White said. The two leaders discussed the need for ongoing open and honest dialogue, the importance of integrity of Syria and Iraq and concern over Iran's malign influence in the region, she said.

Defeating ISIS

White said Mattis and Canikli further reaffirmed their shared resolve to defeat the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.

Later in the day, Mattis met with the Turkish president, and the two leaders discussed regional security and strategy, White said.

White said Mattis expressed to Erdoğan the United States' commitment to its bilateral relationship with Turkey.

Mattis also addressed Turkey's legitimate security concerns, White said.

Mattis and Erdoğan expressed a shared interest for the two countries to create conditions for a more stable and secure region, she said