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Matthew Cary was appointed Director of the District of Columbia Office of Veterans Affairs by Mayor Vincent C. Gray in April of 2011 and was unanimously confirmed by the Council of the District of Columbia on June 7, 2011. During his four years in office, he initiated several new programs for DC Veterans and their families. They include: the Furniture Donation program for DC Homeless veterans and their families resulting in donations of furniture and household items valued at $1.5 million from several military installations which has been delivered to 500 District of Columbia homeless veterans moving into transitional or permanent housing.
An aspiring inspirational singer, back with her kids after 18 long months. Her turmoil and PTSD is a story you must sit down, hold on and be prepared to listen to. Now she is a woman of God and has recorded songs that will inspire so many. She wants to shoot for the stars and show not just the Female Veterans, but all Veterans and many others who are facing adversity, that it's okay to start over but never lose hope in what you believe in! The world isn't that big for us not to unite, and raise the awareness. NEVER GIVE UP.
Former Navy Seal and now Congressman from the State of Montana Ryan Zynke is the Veterans Voice.
NAVY SEAL COMMANDER RYAN ZINKE CONFIRMS: Thinking of Making A RUN FOR SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE October 14,2015
The Speaker is about leadership and not policy and we’re at a point in our nation’s history where we’ve had a Speaker resign, we’ve had a presumptive Speaker resign and quite frankly we’re facing what I think is a leadership crisis. In our country’s history, there have been other freshmen Speakers—though it has been a long time. But it isn’t about policies. It’s about getting the Congress to do their duty: And that’s the defend the principles that made this country strong and defending the Constitution. I’ve taken an oath to defend the Constitution against all enemies foreign and domestic. It’s time to rise and put our country first, and yourself second. It’s about leadership. We’re looking at it. Our phones are ringing off the hook because I think America wants something different. I haven’t decided, but what I have decided is that Congress better do our duty and defend our values of this country.
Zinke said the Speaker of the House is a “representative” of the entire body, and an “orator of what America should be,” adding that it is an “enormous responsibility” and “I haven’t retreated from battle and neither should America.”
“Americans are frustrated and they look at their government and it’s not doing what we should be doing,” Zinke said. “They want a better future and they want America to be strong and prosperous.”
On todays show Jack and David talk about the Mission of the Coalition to Salute Americas Heroes. Joining the show is Congressman Ryan Zinke fresh from the CPAC conference where he was addressing America at War. Injured Comabt Veteran Donny Daughenbaugh on the importance of providing a hand "up" to veterans in need.
Jimmy started into music at an early age by playing the drums, and performed with a band during his high school years. In the late 70’s he moved to Nashville, Tennessee where he has performed with such great artists as: Leon Russell, Edgar Winter, Tanya Tucker, Ray Sawyer (of Dr. Hook), Keith Steagall, Deborah Allen, Marie Osmond, Dan Seals, Willie Nelson, Hank Cockran, Tom Wopat, Tommy Rowe, Sonny Throckmorton, Kieran Kane, Dobie Gray, Bruce Channel, Delbert McClinton, Steve Winwood, David Ball.
Jimmy toured with Brooks & Dunn up until June of 1995. While touring with them they traveled to Switzerland. Jimmy has toured extensively in the United States and Canada and has traveled to Europe and Russia.
In Addition to Touring, Jimmy has several movies and made for TV movie soundtracks credits and appearance to his name. Most notably is “Scandal in A Small Town” starring Rachel Welch, “Hank Jr., Living Proof”, “Running Mates” and “Ruckus”.
While working with Brooks & Dunn, Jimmy has appeared on several Music Award Shows, and has made commercials for Miller Beer Company, and appeared in the movie “8 Seconds”.
Jimmy has appeared on several issues of “Country Song Roundup Magazine” for Pearl Drum Company.
The composition “Is It All A Illusion” and “Where’d You Come From” were co-written by Jimmy for the movie “Running Mates”.
Jimmy has recently had an R & B cut on Donny Kees CD which he co-wrote with Donny titled “You Can’t Stop Me From Loving You”
His varied career has also included a publisher’s assistant, song plugger, writer and musician for Don Gant Enterprise, and over the last few years Jimmy has owned and operated a company with Don Gant’s widow, Lynda Gant, named G & G Music Group, where they have had cuts by George Straight, Garth Brooks & other. Jimmy & Steve Busch Co-Produced a project on Jimmy a few years ago and over the last few years Jimmy has been teamed up with partner Pat Robinson in California where they’ve become a great writing & production team.
Shortly after the September 11, 2001 attacks Magda. Khalifa enlisted in the U.S. Army Reserve and volunteered for two combat tours in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom with the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command. She was promoted twice in-theater and served as a CAT-A Team Sergeant and Team Leader, conducting civil reconnaissance and key leader engagements with tribal leaders in the volatile and congested Diyala province.Upon completion of active dutyMs. Khalifa relocated to Virginia Beach and worked as an adviser helping to establish the U.S. Navy’s first civil affairs command, while completing an M.A. in Asymmetric Warfare from American Military University. She continued in the defense industry as a New Business Manager for a leading provider of intelligence-based training."Maggie" Khalifa believes strongly in giving back to the community. She has served as a director on the governing board of two military veteran non-profit organizations. She also serves with the organizational team for 1 Million Cups Virginia Beach - an interactive and educational forum for entrepreneurs. We also know Maggie through her ongoing support of the Warfighter firend and radio show host Boone Cutler (Tipping Point/CBS Radio and on demand at the Military Appreciation Channel/Radioactive Broadcasting)
Donald Mazzella is a political and terror expert as well as a Nationally Recognized Media Personality, Commentator,and Author. Donald and Jack talk about our military as well as Donalds latest book covering the history of how one company and its people, loved, fought, and amassed wealth in one of America's most turbulent times. Find out more at:
Brad Clayton is a PGA of America Master Professional in Teaching, with over 28 years of teaching experience. A seasoned professional who has dedicated his life to improving his golf skills and those of his students.In May of 2000, Brad lost his right hand in an accident. As a result, he now knows more about how to adapt the basic fundamentals of the game of golf. He also stresses the importance of the mental side of the game and how a positive outlook can improve not only your golf game but your life. He carries this over to others who are challenged and empowers them and inspires them! http://puzzleduckgolf.org/puzzle.html