Blog Posts in October, 2013

Should the Military Abolish the Widow's Tax?

This past Monday, the San Diego County Board of Supervisors, along with various veterans groups and advocates, backed legislation proposing to ban what is known as the "widow's tax." The ...
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Shutdown Ends, Budget Woes Endure

The government shutdown having come to an end, it may be easy to assume that all has been made right in the military world; hundreds of thousands of civilians have returned to work, and those who are ...
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Government Shutdown Results in Ban on Military Chaplains

Last month's government shutdown continues to plague the military in ways both anticipated and unforeseen. Among the more surprising side effects: the suspension of church services. Take the Naval ...
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Military Judge Advances 9/11 Claim Against Guantanamo Bay Prisoners

Military judge Army Col. James Pohl has advanced the claim against five Guantanamo Bay prisoners who were charged with nearly 3,000 counts of murder, terrorism and hijacking, in their alleged ...
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