YouTuber John Elmo Sheppard Jr., who identifies himself as a veteran despite the fact that there is no record of his military service, makes videos of himself touting that he goes to different counties in North Carolina and takes advantage of the free things he can receive by putting on a uniform or wearing a hat.
Ed McCarron is almost 90. He can barely see, can hardly hear. His world is contained: a call from his daughter; Pavarotti on cassette; maybe some "Jeopardy" at night. Then, in late September, a package came.
Arguing that medical marijuana may help wounded warriors with anxiety and stress disorders to "survive and thrive," Rep. Earl Blumenauer, D-Ore., and Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, R-Calif., have introduced legislation that would allow Department of Veterans Affairs’ doctors to recommend the drug for some patients.