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No Service Member Left Behind

March 10, 2018

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When you serve in the military, there’s a certain bond you have with your fellow service members. You often hear phrases like “we leave no service member behind.” It’s a motto that showcases the common bond our men and women in uniform share. Story originally posted on June 30, 2016 by the Salvation Army of […]

An American Tragedy Houseless Citizens Freezing outside in Charlotte NC

January 7, 2018

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It’s was Bitter Cold, as Pat Cotham the Charlotte-Mecklenburg County Commissioner reached out providing warmth and comfort for the fourth night in a row. Pat was providing a hot Sandwich and Hand Warmers to our Houseless Citizens. In Freezing Temperatures we followed Pat Cotham to help shine some light on this “American Tragedy” we all […]

Top VA Exec Wayne Pfeffer made $90,323 in Bonuses although Hawaii had the longest Wait-list times for Veterans

November 24, 2015

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The Veterans Affairs in Hawaii was found to have the longest Wait-list times  for Veterans in 2013, surmounting a scandal that continues to plague many Veterans battling for their earned VA services and benefits. And yet, we found that Hawaii’s Top executive Wayne Pfeffer who is the Medical Center Director here in Honolulu, Hawaii received […]

Veterans Affairs Secretary McDonald investigates Retaliation against Veteran Tina Quizon by the VA

July 9, 2015

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VA Sec. Robert McDonald is spending his time in Hawaii with boots on the ground to investigate problems with the Hawaii VA system. The Secretary is continuing to demand accountability for VA Employee’s cooking the books, not reporting accurately, and the manipulation of records. The lies by the Hawaii VA, the delay and denial of […]

Prior 2012 VA OIG reports shows a continued failure of Hawaii’s Veterans Affair

July 29, 2014

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July 28, 2014 Article by Tina Quizon A stifling report in 2012 from the VA OIG to then Senator Akaka detailed failed policies, lack of ethics, guidance, oversight, and workload management. The Honolulu VA Regional Office (VARO), which services the bulk of Hawaii’s and our Pacific regions did not meet VBA’s standards for five of […]