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Merry Christmas 2019

I want to wish you all a Merry Christmas this busy 2019 with a short video clip of my recent trip to Washington DC with friends Brian Lewis and John Wells.

This has been an incredibly busy year, and I’ve spent more time this year in Washington DC than I have for some time directly advocating for the expansion of veterans’ rights while also fighting to retain patient ownership of health information.

I hope you enjoy the photos and YouTube movie. Next year will likely prove to be even busier than this year, so be sure to stay tuned by opting into our FREE newsletter delivered by email and on Facebook.

My hope for the next year is to fully publish all the veterans’ guides, courses, and other free and low-cost resources to help you cut through the bureaucratic red tape of the Department of Veterans Affairs.

My team and I are presently auditing a trove of courses and other materials from VA, and I look forward to telling you all about what we find moving forward.

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14 thoughts on “Merry Christmas 2019”

  1. Great article and Merry Christmas to all and happy NYE too! For all the men out there- I wouldn’t even let my worst enemy live his life without telling him about using a penis health creme.. I truly cannot believe how much better my junk smells. It’s just a hygiene helper and is really worth it. Good luck ya’ll.

  2. Fri., 27 Dec. 2019;
    Read what the DoD must do now:
    *”https://www.military.com/daily-news/2019/12/26/pentagon-ordered-add-blast-exposure-troops-medical-histories.html”*

    A comprehensive look at what happens in combat!

  3. CDR Glenda Jennings Harrison, CHC, USN, Ret.

    Thank you for all you do to assist veterans and have a blessed Christmas.

  4. We can never thank you and your staff.for being a blessing to our veterans and their family’s.we need more attorneys like yours.i pray for the new year that you can have a direct means of communication. With our veterans. We need your input in issues that you our addressing. I want to wish you and your family a bless Merry Christmas and a bless new year.thanks again .

  5. Merry Christmas! Wishing everyone a blessed New Year and decade!

    Thank You for everyone’s commitment to improving the lives of veterans’ and their families. Thank you to all those good citizens within the VA trying to do their best in providing the service deserved and needed by the veterans. Looking forward to hearing about the new resources available for veterans and how the VA is working to reform legislation, programs and people that are not meeting the needs of the veteran.

    WooHoo 2020!

    Peace Out

  6. Merry Christmas to you Benjamin and to all veterans. Many thanks to you and to your team always. May the new year 2020 chime in to deliver to us many succeses and resolves. Peace. God Bless America. ???

  7. HELLO BEN !
    MY FAMILY WISHES YOURS A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR !!!
    THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH,FOR ALL OF YOUR WORK FOR THE VETS ON THIS SITE AND OFF OF IT !
    I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW FROM YOU OR SOMEONE ELSE THE STATUS OF COMPLAINTS FROM OUR MEMBERS THAT WAS STATIONED AT FT. MCCLELLAN, AL. IS THE VA STILL CONSIDERING CLAIMS FROM THERE ?

  8. Merry Christmas Ben. Something that we must work on in the new year is the issue of vets who served in SE Asia and their records are still classified. Nobody should have to write 11 FOIA requests to the CIA to get them to finally admit they had records on my husband. Most people wouldn’t have been so persistent but I knew his unit was associated with the CIA and I had been told they have all his records and when the last response to ny FOIA came it proved what I had been told. I knew his unit was associated with the CIA by 3 other vets who had seen the unit and knew. The VA has yet to grant the claims that Joe had when he died and if they don’t it will go to court. They make a big deal out of a fake but there are 10X as many Korea and SE Asia vets who need benefits and somebody decided to either throw them out or hide them. That has to be corrected in 2020

  9. MERRY CHRISTMAS TO Y’ALL!

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    Here’s what the VA has in store for veterans “ETSing” out of the military!

    *”https://www.military.com/daily-news/2019/12/25/new-va-suicide-prevention-strategy-talk-vets-3-times-first-year-out-uniform.html”*

    Do y’all think it will do any good?

  10. A Merry Christmas to you and yours Ben, and to all others on the site.

    To the enemies…(all) (fill in the blanks) (spiritually/physically). No forgetting, forgiving, bowing down, ceasing, distractions, surrendering.

    I don’t exactly follow the traditions/expectations of human-kind and in some locales/situations there is nothing like a X-mas Truce of 1914.

    Good day!

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