Tuesday, May 8, 2012

5/8 Doug Book, Alan Caruba

Talkback Tue May 8, 2012
Chuck Wilder Noon - 2 PM PDST

Doug Book Columnist for the Blog Coach is Right. His articles appear under the banner ”By The Book” Doug is a retired Buick Dealer living in Owensboro, Ky. He grew up in Pittsburgh attended Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio. Vanderbilt Grad School. English Major and Doug’s hobbies include shooting. Discussing his latest articles including:Obama might finally acquire elusive internet “kill switch”    (http://www.coachisright.com/)

Alan Caruba Founder of The National Anxiety Center he is the Editor of the blog Facts Not Fantasy. Author of "Right Answers: Separating Fact from Fantasy" and "Warning Signs" His latest " Is Fast and Furious the Next Watergate"
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  1. I am forwarding for your information the San Francisco Chronicle’s account of the extremely important 10-1 en banc decision of the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals overturning the prior victory of, and dismissing the lawsuit of , the Veterans For Common Sense and Veterans United For Truth in their lawsuit against the Veterans Administration for long delays, neglect, and incompetence in providing necessary mental health care to veterans.
    The Chronicle’s account is provided below or can be read on line at: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/c/a/2012/05/08/MN7K1OEJ78.DTL
    It includes a link to the 9th Circuit’s full opinion in Veterans For Common Sense, Veterans United For Truth –vs- Eric K. Sinseki, Secretary of Veterans Affairs, et al., Case No. 08-16728, filed May 7, 2012.
    The 52-page en banc opinion essentially held that Congress has established a remedial scheme involving special tribunals which precludes the courts from jurisdiction over claims against VA policies and practices. Congress and the Executive Branch have the responsibility for such policies, practices, claims and remedies, not the Judicial Branch.
    Gordon P. Erspamer of Morrison & Foerster, LLP, attorneys for plaintiff veterans organizations, said review would be sought in the Supreme Court.
    While that litigative effort is made, I respectively suggest that if any veteran or other patriot needed evidence that more veterans are needed in Congress and the Executive Branch -- or that the Combat Veterans For Congress and its endorsed veterans for Congress deserve strong support -- this decision should be it: Congress and the White House must act. (www.CombatVeteransForCongress.org).
    --Rees Lloyd (Facebook/Rees Lloyd Law)