Veterans at Standing Rock!
The Standing Rock Sioux of North Dakota and many US Veterans are taking a stand in a nation not known for taking much of a stand lately, about the environmental situation, clean energy, or life inside our national borders themselves. Two local veterans are going to Standing Rock, North Dakota on Saturday, Dec 3, 2016.
They will be financed, by this veteran, in their endeavor to stand between the Sioux Tribal Members and the United States Government and the State Leaders of North Dakota. They are getting expenses and horses to join the tribe like Jose Wales joined the indians in the movie The Outlaw Jose Wales, or was joined by them.
There’s a cause worth supporting out there and it has little to do with pipelines or energy. It has to do with the human condition, government intervention and civil behavior. It’s a pleasure to be a part of something that seem to have merit in so many areas of current life in America
I will be updating their progress into next week.
USA TODAY: 2,000 Veterans arriving at Standing Rock
Huffington Post: Veterans at Standing Rock
Free Thought Project US Congresswoman/Veteran visiting Standing Rock
Veterans Today: Veterans Will Be ‘Human Shields’ for Standing Rock Protesters
Please send me a note to my email address at firstname.lastname@example.org and I would be glad to get you additional info.
I would be glad to. Will send you an email with a couple of questions to the charter.net account.
I’ve sent you a couple of emails to
email@example.com with a couple of questions about your request for an article for your newspaper.
Did you see them?
Thanks, John Marshall
Besides reading your installments of Thirty Days Has September, I do a bit of freelancing, including writing about the Standing Rock protest.
Here’s my latest today about a Hawaii congresswoman — who is also a veteran — calling for a halt to the project.
Which was a follow up to this item,
And you can see more of my Standing Rock reports on my bio page.
Thanks. Hope you enjoy, and I look forward to reading more of your Thirty Days installments.
Would you mind writing something for our local newspaper around the lake here John?
We go to press on Wednesday with a cut off on Tuesday morning at eleven. We’ll give you a byline
and a few bucks, nothing like the big time, of course. Our circulation is 75,500, so we are small.
Geneva Shore Report. firstname.lastname@example.org
I followed your links John. Very impressive.
Interested on learning more about Blasting News.
I believe James would be a great candidate, also, as a contributor.
How long have you been contributing?