The Nittany Lions White Out the Wolverines

It’s a cool October day, and as you drive into University Park, Pa. you can’t help but to be in ah with the beautiful colors of fall.  There seems to be one way in and one way out as you approach Beaver Stadium, home of the Penn State Nittany Lions.  Hours before the game the parking lots are filled with music, laughter and the smell of grills cooking up everything you can think of.  As you look around you become overpowered by a sea of white as tonight’s game is a “White Out” against the University of Michigan Wolverines.  

The No. 7 Nittany Lions (6-0, 3-0 Big Ten) want to keep their winning streak alive and No.16 Michigan (5-1, 3-1) would love nothing …

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Dallas Cowboy Legend and Three-Time Super Bowl Champion to Support Links to Freedom at AUSA

(Alexandria, Va.) – Links to Freedom (www.linkstofreedom.org) and Dallas Cowboy “great,” Jay Novacek are supporting “Warriors to the Workforce” at the 2019 Association of the United States Army Annual Meeting and Exposition. The AUSA convention is at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, DC from Monday, Oct. 14, 2019 to Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2019.

“Links to Freedom is proud to be part of the Warriors to Workforce event with former Sergeant Major of the Army, Jack E. Tilley and the American Freedom Foundation. We are proud to support transitioning service-members to the civilian workforce,” said Rob Koon, Links to Freedom (L2F) Chairman and retired Airman. “Links to Freedom has a mission to support our Wounded Warriors using golf as a therapeutic …

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Can the Veterans Affairs Share Health Information Without Consent?

 Late September 2019 some veterans started (some are still waiting) receiving a notice in the mail from the Veterans Affairs that they would be automatically enrolled into the EHealth Exchange, an initiative of The Sequoia Project.  What does this mean? It means that the veterans information, Medical History, Physical and Electronic Records etc. can be shared with third parties without written consent of the veteran.  


Below is a Press release put out on 10/2/2019 from Francis White Law PLLC that gives more details, you will also find an updated article posted early 10/3/2019 on the Disabled Veterans.org site (link below). If you are a veteran you should pay close attention to this.

UPDATE – Francis White Law PLLC8362 Tamarack Village, …

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50th Anniversary At Sonoma Raceway

This weekend marks the 31stconsecutive year NASCAR has competed at Sonoma Raceway.  It is also the track’s 50 the anniversary!  Also, this marks Darrell Waltrip’s final broadcast and will retire from the booth.  He is a class act, a larger than life character and a phenomenal race driver.  Darrell, you will be missed!!

The main and exciting fact is that Sonoma has returned to the original twelve turn course.  This course incorporates the famous “Carousel”.  This feature of the storied track drops from turn four to turns 5 and 6. The Carousel has a 200-degree radius, then transitions through turn seven to the longest straightway on the two- and half-mile track.  

The Carousel has been a famous spot on the track known for passes that …

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K & N Pro Series West at Sonoma Raceway

The K & N Pro Series West race turned out to be a nail bitter and a marathon. This year was special because of the 50thAnniversary celebration at Sonoma Raceway.  The second half of the race was filled with lead changes and more than a few cars beatin’ and bangin’. Being on a Cup weekend several Cup drivers were entered so the race took on a different flavor from a regular West Series event. Names such as Austin Dillion and Daniel Hamric were entered.  Many people in the know have a problem with this.  Does this grass roots event need a huge name from the Cup Series?  No matter what your view on the matter is, it made …

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