A personal story on a veteran’s suicide

October 5, 2016

By Robert Donofrio It’s October again and I think of Mike. In 2001, an 18 year old from the heartland of our country, after hearing about the attacks of 9/11 volunteered to join the United States…

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Florida veterans share their VA stories

September 19, 2016

Hundreds of veterans are sharing their experiences with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) on, a new Concerned Veterans for America (CVA) platform which launched last week. The organization has been encouraging veterans from around…


Miller not giving VA budget a free pass

February 13, 2015

U.S. Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert McDonald testified Wednesday before the U.S. House Veterans Affairs Committee, which is chaired by our Congressman Jeff Miller. Miller made hit clear the committee plans to examine the Obama administration’s $169…

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Go in Peace, helping veterans deal with PTSD

November 11, 2014

According to a 2013 Veterans Administration report, 1 in 4 Americans who dies is a veteran. Twenty-two veterans commit suicide daily. Many of those deaths are linked to PTSD. Though there are no statistics on how…

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‘Invisible War’ wins two Emmys

October 2, 2014

Tuesday night, the film “The Invisible War” won two Emmys — one for Investigative Journalism and another for Best Documentary — at the 35th Annual News & Documentary Emmy® Awards in New York City. We covered…