How American Independence Changed the World

How American Independence Changed the World by James Jay Carafano (first published at The National Interest) If so many people, both at home and abroad,

July 26, 2017 Blog

New Documentary to Tell Story of Year After 9/11

Esprit de Corps is an all-volunteer, veteran-led 501(c) (3) organization that educates Americans on veteran issues. Established in 2011, we partnered with ColdWater Media, a

July 17, 2017 Blog

How We Became the Veteran Nation

In December 2010, the Council on Foundations and the Philanthropy Roundtable co-sponsored the program “Philanthropic Strategies for Helping America’s Veterans” held in Washington, D.C. The

July 11, 2017 Blog

Making the VA Accountable Again

Making the VA Accountable Again by Sen. Mike Lee (first published at Daily Signal) In 2014, the public learned from whistleblowers that government employees at

June 23, 2017 Blog

Community Efforts to Serve Veterans

CNAS Releases Report on Community Efforts to Serve Veterans Washington, June 22 – A new study from the Center for a New American Security (CNAS)

June 22, 2017 Blog
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Gary Sinise-More than a Movie Star

First published at PJMedia. “After that something changed.” That’s what actor Gary Sinise thought the day after the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington,

June 01, 2017 Blog

Jump-Starting Service Dog Programs for Veterans

by James Carafano and Madyson Hutchinson Congress and the Administration both have roles to play in expanding veterans’ access to services that help heal the

May 30, 2017 Blog
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The Stories of Heroes

By John Venable (first published in the Daily Signal) Many nations set aside days to celebrate the end of wars or major battles, and to

May 30, 2017 Blog

Remembering One on Memorial Day

by James Carafano (first published in The National Interest) So many have fallen. Battling for independence. Holding the flank at Little Round Top. Taking ground

May 30, 2017 Blog
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How a Veteran Grappled with the Horrors of War

by Kelsey Harkness (first published in the Daily Signal) Carl Lavin was in high school when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. At 18, the Ohio

May 30, 2017 Blog
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