‘When you go to Disney, do they measure the number of hours you wait in line?’
Don’t despair. There’s still good in the world. Come take a look.
Like buying a high-mileage used car, hiring a veteran can be a positive experience if you know what you’re getting yourself into.
If Donald Trump likes veterans so much he’ll skip today’s debate for them, why does he donate more to the Clintons than to us?
Active-duty military troops far out-earn their civilian counterparts when compared to civilians with similar education.
Let liberals see grievances lurking under every rock. Conservatives are grateful people.
No soldier would follow Trump into battle, and no officer would give him loyalty.
All of us in military uniform have experienced the reflexive thanks of the nation. But it is now time for all of us to move on.
It’s perfectly fine to mark Memorial Day with a barbecue. But try not to make that all.
Tattoos and beards and black leather out in the sun, those veterans are all of us. These are our mounted patron saints, America’s own motorcycle gang, the best of who we are.
First, Arnold Abbott faced the German Nazis. Now, he’s facing a small-town mayor backed by U.S. police who don’t want private citizens feeding the homeless.
On Veterans Day, a moment of thanks. We know your homecoming is bittersweet.
We can’t both prevent and encourage suicide.
The Veterans Affairs wait-time scandal has nothing to do with geography, and everything to do with bureaucracy.
Who should replace Eric Shinseki as Veterans Affairs secretary?
Matthew Yglesias is very good at being consistently wrong about everything.
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