United States Veterans…

Our posts, articles, and words fall short of the debt of gratitude that United States Veterans and Service Members truly deserve. …

U.S. Military Veterans fought, and died to preserve the rights and freedoms of the United States of America.  Some U.S. Service Members are still maintaining the struggle to this very day.  The rights and freedoms we all enjoy are because of the brave and hard-working men and women of the United States Military.

     ‘…the freedom to learn and pursue an education, freedom to practice or believe whatever legitimate God or religion we choose or not choose, to conduct business, to partake in free enterprise, to own apartments, homes, land, cars, etc. They have protected the freedom of speech and press and even the freedom to post on Facebook and in other forms of media. And let’s not forget about the right to elect our governing leadership and protest our dissatisfaction (even if totally unwarranted and utter nonsense like not standing for the U.S. National Anthem or mistreating the U.S. Flag).

We Thank Our Veterans. We Don't Take a Knee; We Salute.

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Posted by CRTV on Thursday, November 9, 2017

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Mark L. Volz
Vision Writing Blog Website

About Mark Volz

Vision Writing's very own site creator, administrator, and site author was recently published in "50 Haikus" (Haiku poetry publication) and is now undertaking content writing and word-press blog website design. As an upstate New York native, besides writing, he enjoys computer gaming and, software manipulation, low-level programming, hardware configuration, internet surfing and research and the warm weather beauty of central New York. He also continues to enhance his education through SUNY-IT CPE Online Courses regarding technology and writing (www.linkedin.com/in/volzmark/).