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Fort Hood Makes Wall Street Journal For “Right To Bare Arms”
Fort Hood Makes Wall Street Journal For “Right To Bare Arms”
It's not often Fort Hood makes it into one of the national newspapers for something as seemingly ordinary as rolled up sleeves on a hot Texas day. But there they are in the Wall Street Journal, not only a picture of some of our brave soldiers but one of the Journal's signature etching depicting aforementioned bare arms within an article of the subject of rolled sleeves...
BREAKING NEWS
BREAKING NEWS
The Secretary of the Army today announced the immediate suspension of the Army's tuition assistance program.  The suspension is a budget move and will affect all active duty, Reserves and National Guard.  No new applications will be taken until there's a change in the current budget, but those already enrolled will not be affected.
Ft. Hood Victims Deserve Better
Today, U.S. Congressman Roger Williams (R-TX) cosponsored Rep. John Carter’s (R-TX) bill, H.R. 705, that would grant the victims and victims’ families of the November 5, 2009, attack on Fort Hood the same treatment and benefits as those Americans who have been killed or wounded in a combat zone overseas and their families...