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The Carter Page Tactics Repeated on Judge Kavanaugh & My Own Battle Against False Allegations

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Tactic (definition): a conceptual action aiming at the achievement of a goal. This action can be implemented as one or more specific tasks. (Wikipedia)

 

Different Tactics for Different Groups & Objectives

What comes to mind when you hear the word “tactic?”  As a former Green Beret, my first thought used to be either The Ranger Handbook or FM 7-8 (Field Manual for the Infantry Rifle Platoon and Squad).  These two books teach the tactical doctrine used by the US Army combat arms, for everyone from an Infantry squad rifleman to a Special Forces ODA (Operational Detachment-Alpha).

The knowledge inside of these two books was drilled into my head for years, beginning in

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Veterans Heal Through the Power of Books

San Antonio, TX, August 22, 2018 – With the recent release of the fourth book in the series and two more projects in the works, Camouflaged Sisters has become that go to organization for women Veterans to share their stories. It is through this storytelling that these 70 coauthors and many more Veterans have healed. When Veterans read about others who have had similar experiences and have overcome challenges such as combat related PTSD, depression, or serving in a toxic leadership environment, they are encouraged and find the courage to take steps towards healing themselves.

Because of the impact her books have had on the lives of so many Veterans, Camouflaged Sisters founder and CEO Lila Holley wanted to help

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What if #Q, #QAnon and #TheGreatAwakening are Real?

What if #Q, #QAnon and #TheGreatAwakening are Real?

By this point you may have heard Q mentioned online, whether in conservative circles or somewhere in your social media feed.  You likely didn’t pay too much attention to it, as many of us have known for a long time that nefarious, shady and corrupt elements exist within our government.  

If you’ve looked into anything regarding The Clinton Foundation you probably made a reasonable guess that she had been likely selling her presidency since her time at the State Department, but perhaps you didn’t go much further down the rabbit hole to see exactly who she was selling favors to, nor what those favors were.  

And though it was rather quiet

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The Single Parent Summit!

A collection of 30 speakers and experts, many of whom are Single Parents or in Blended Families themselves, coming together to share both inspiration & motivation AND practical tips & tricks.

Wednesday, July 18 – Sunday, July 22, 2018

 

  • 30 Speakers
  • $20 registration gives unlimited access until midnight EST August 1, 2018
  • Gift registrations are available for you to treat a friend or loved one to the event
  • Pay It Forward scholarships are available to help support families in need for $10 each
  • Prizes!

 

 

The Single Parent Summit is an event you don’t want to miss!  you you are someone you know are parents, then this is YOUR event! To learn more and to sign up just …

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How the Opiate Crisis Disproportionately Impacts the Veterans’ Community

America’s opiate crisis has reached epic proportions. Reuters has recently reported that more Americans have been killed by opiate drug abuse than have been killed in the Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan wars combined. It extends far beyond those typically afflicted by drug abuse, digging deep into middle class America. In fact, it has become so widespread that it has even forced the Department of Transportation to update DOT drug testing regulations for 2018. New Department of Transportation regulations now require DOT drug testing for an additional four semi-synthetic opioids that are often abused, including oxymorphone, oxycodone, hydromorphone, and hydrocodone.

Unfortunately this crisis disproportionately impacts the veterans’ community, with federal data showing that veterans are twice as likely to die

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