Voters will decide whether to pass Florida’s Amendment 6, which would allow a homestead property tax discount to be transferred to the surviving spouse of a deceased veteran. The discount would be in effect until the spouse remarries, sells, or otherwise disposes of the property. If the spouse sells the property and does not remarry, the spouse’s new primary residence may receive a homestead tax discount not exceeding the dollar amount from the most recent ad valorem tax roll.
With 65% of Americans feeling country is on wrong track, they want to hear another voice in the debates other than Trump or Clinton
September 6, 2016 — A new Rasmussen poll out yesterday found that 65 percent of Americans feel the country is headed in the wrong direction during a time that 62 percent of likely voters would like to see Libertarian presidential… Read More ›
The Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America put out a press release Wednesday night stating they would include Governor Johnson in the commander and chief presidential forum. The news seemed too good to be true, apparently, it was. The IAVA… Read More ›
Roselle Park, New Jersey —Yesterday, August 19, 2016, the American Humanist Association’s Appignani Humanist Legal Center condemned the council members of Roselle Park, New Jersey, for voting to keep an unconstitutional Christian veterans display in front of the public library…. Read More ›
Concerned Veterans for America (CVA) Colorado state director Frank Crocker released the following statement after the VA inspector general released a report highlighting how the Colorado Springs VA denied care to hundreds of veterans and inaccurately recorded wait times, making… Read More ›
Yesterday, July 29, 2015, the House of Representatives passed, 256-170, the VA Accountability Act of 2015. The bill will give the Secretary of Veterans Affairs (VA) the ability to fire VA employees who are found to be incompetent, or who are… Read More ›
‘Vet House’ Opens In West Palm Beach As A Resource Center To Help Veterans Transition Back To Civilian Life And Serve As Venue For Hard-Hitting Reality TV Show
VET HOUSE is hardly your typical 3 bedroom /2 bath home in Palm Beach County. It’s a place where disabled veterans live and learn together how to transition back to civilian life. Vet House Odyssey (www.vethouseodyssey.com) is a hard-hitting realty… Read More ›
President Obama cannot catch a break, as more Americans become familiar with Obamacare a/k/a the supposedly Affordable Care Act, the more they do not like it. This is happening nearly each month since the Act was signed into law by… Read More ›
Veterans begin Florida tour to legalize cannabis.