Monthly Archives: June 2020

LZ CORK–LOOKING FOR TRUTH AT THE SCENE OF THE CRIME

Boy, howdy, if you live in Houston, you’re in for a Miriam Webster revision. As of now, you no longer have a four bedroom home with a Master bath/spa. Negatory. It’s now a Primary Bed/Bathroom. I’m wondering on how that … Continue reading

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EXPOSED VET RADIO SHOW TODAY

Sorry for the late notice. John and Jerrell have asked me to do the show with them this afternoon. Same old drill. 7Pm for the East coast and 4 pm for the Left. Figure out where you are in the … Continue reading

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THE MULTIFACETED ASPECTS OF CUE

I get a bang out of all the questions I get regarding Clear and Unmistakable Error. While I have written numerous articles on the subject, I get a lot of duplicate questions as if I’d never answered them before. Even … Continue reading

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Making the Most of Your Resources: Tips and Info for Senior Veterans

According to the US Census Bureau, there were more than 9 million veterans of retirement age in the United States as of 2015. If you fall into that category, you should be aware that there are many resources available to … Continue reading

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