DSC_0115 School teachers promote the good:

Each November, school teachers across America host Veterans Day assemblies– and promote the idea that The Troops are in distant lands- fighting for American rights and freedoms.


Politicians promote the good:

In the news: Fla. congresswoman visits deployed mothers in Afghanistan

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Still trying to figure out how sending US troops to Iraq & Afghanistan was meant to keep bad people from coming here to do bad things.


Newspeople promote the good:

WEEKEND REWIND: Sequim woman training for U.S. Army combat artillery role

“Honestly I think it would be exciting” to participate in military operations in a combat zone, Stone said recently over the phone from Fort Sill, Okla.

Going into combat “definitely would be an experience,” Stone said.

“I probably would like it a lot. When you go overseas you get to shoot a lot more, and as far as my job — we are not close to the enemy at all. Our cannons shoot extremely far.”

“I showed up to the recruiter, and I said I don’t want a basic desk job in the military,” she said. “I want to blow stuff up.”


Life wasn’t meant to change after the Osama bin Laden take down:

Mother of 4 kids deploys with National Guard on Mother’s Day

Who benefits from these deployments?


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Photo- Hand raised at Junior High School Veteran’s Day assembly to ask questions about decades of undeclared/unwon wars overseas.