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A site to cover the study of the military, political and sociological history of the American Civil War.

“Senator,” she said, letting out an audible sigh. In that singular moment, Supreme Court nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson spoke for countless Black women who have had to gather all the patience, strength and grace within to answer insinuating questions about their credentials, qualifications and char...


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Posted by Berry Law on March 22, 2022 in PTSD PTSD is a common disorder that many Veterans struggle with. Some forms are more extreme than others, but all cases of PTSD deserve proper care and attention. Applying for benefits for your PTSD can be a long, complicated process. The best way to tack...


Posted by Berry Law on March 25, 2022 in TDIU Some disabilities for Veterans are so debilitating that they cannot maintain steady work to provide for themselves and their families. However, just because a disability makes a Veteran unable to work does not always mean that they will receive a 100...


President Joe Biden's mention of a 'new world order'  in a speech to CEOs sent QAnon believers and other conspiracy theorists on a tear from Monday night into Tuesday.  Biden was warning executives of the need to beef up their cybersecurity over concerns of a possible Russian hack in the near futur...