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I HAVE NEVER MET A WAR HERO

August 23, 2015

I know that may seem like a strange statement since I am a U.S. Army veteran, have two sons who are serving in the army, and am a lifetime member of the American Legion and past commander of a Legion Post. In addition, I have written a book about my father’s unit in World War II. It was while resear…

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ANOTHER FED ATTACK ON VETERANS

July 14, 2015

For months we at the United States Justice Foundation (USJF) have been involved in a protracted battle with four federal agencies over FOIA requests that we made regarding the denial of Second and Fifth Amendment rights to American veterans. At the time we made the requests we knew there were four f…

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NOW IT’S A WAR!

May 12, 2014

For months now I have been writing about the relentless assault by the Obama administration on our military and veterans. However, I now must modify my observations since it is no longer just an assault. It is now an all-out war.

          In previous articles on this blog I have discussed the Vete…

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Veterans lawsuit against the VA

April 22, 2013

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                            April 22, 2013

CONTACT: Michael Connelly, Executive Director,

michael@usjfmail.net or (214)731-6280

The United States Justice Foundation (USJF) has filed the first of several lawsuits against the Veterans Administration (VA) involving the VA’s violation of Constitutional rights of veterans guaranteed by the Second and Fifth Amendment.

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UPDATE ON VETERANS’ GUN RIGHTS ISSUE

April 2, 2013

Our investigation into the plight of our military veterans and the assault on their Second and Fifth Amendment rights continues to uncover a disturbing pattern that confirms that the VA is violating the Constitutional rights of America’s heroes on a daily basis. The investigation included two separate requests to the VA under the federal Freedom of Information Act. We asked for the criteria used for appointing a fiduciary for veterans to handle their financial affairs and for information on the criteria for adding such veterans to the list of Americans ineligible to buy firearms. The legal deadline for a response from the VA has passed and our requests have been totally ignored. This does not surprise me because it is obvious that the VA has much to hide.

    

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