We, The American Legion, need to advocate for troops and veterans, especially when it comes to VA health care and our opposition to the privatization of it.
Subsequent rulings made clear that the only way to protect the flag is to pass a constitutional amendment, which requires a two-thirds supermajority in both houses of Congress.
During my recent visit to Massachusetts, American Legion Post 86 of Braintree had a surprise for me as a former history teacher and West Point graduate.
According to the U.S. Constitution, the federal government has a responsibility to provide for the common defense. National security, too, has been one of the Legion’s four pillars since its founding in 1919.
With warmer weather on the horizon for many states, I encourage you to host a Walk for Veterans event in your community.