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Progressive Mind

A Progressive Mind: Personal Reflections on Reality When I was younger, many years ago, I began making little notes of things that passed through my mind.  None of them are particularly noteworthy but all meant something very special to me … Continue reading

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Social Security Promises

Social Security Promises I desperately adore Wikipidea for it’s stunning wealth of information on nearly every subject imaginable. In as much as it is a free encyclopedia and available to the world I took the liberty of simply copying and … Continue reading

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Liberal v. Conservative – Dictionary Definitions

Time to define the terms that get tossed around by tiny minds that have changed the definition of words in negative and warped ways in order to lead the sheep to slaughter.  Words have factual meanings regardless of the evil … Continue reading

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Democracy v. Plutocracy

Finally, someone says EXACTLY what needed to be said.  Dylan Ratigan’s Rant expresses precisely why you’re out of work and why your children’s schools are decaying and why banks are moving American capital out of the country as fast as … Continue reading

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PTSD Rant

Something important dawned on me last night.  I don’t deserve PTSD from Vietnam.  The guy or woman down the street doesn’t deserve PTSD from wars.  The kids that are stupidly signing up right this very instant to go fight the … Continue reading

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PTSD Just Isn’t That Important

I won’t name anyone nor quote anyone exactly because I doubt that I would ever be given permission to do so. I know that when I write a PTSD article, the little notifications I send out goes to maybe 4000 … Continue reading

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PTSD and So Many Treatments

Saw my VA shrink again today and tried to keep working out my PTSD. Hard to get too serious about what I’m thinking because he has this habit of constantly yawning and stretching while I’m talking. Makes me feel like … Continue reading

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PTSD and the Wounded Warrior Project

While it doesn’t offer very much for those of us who served in Vietnam and still are desperate for help navigating the purposely confusing Veteran’s Administration system, there is a place where vets from the current undeclared wars can go … Continue reading

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PTSD Signs, Symptom and Help

One of the problems with PTSD is that, too often, the symptoms are either just chalked up to “depression” or to the belief that “they’ll get better when they get used to being home again.” The reality, of course, is … Continue reading

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PTSD and My Personal Reflections

A few days ago I wrote a little about PTSD and the Veteran’s Administration and the animals in government too cowardly to serve but able to steal high enough offices to happily cause harm to the vets living every day … Continue reading

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