January 23, 2023

How much do you know about America’s alliances and foreign policy?

CVA Foundation launches new effort to educate Americans on a better foreign policy   With Russia’s war in Ukraine raging and China continuing to rise as a competitor to the United States, a wise, responsible foreign policy is vitally important. While many are questioning whether American alliances could potentially pull us into war with a… Read more »

January 17, 2023

#VAFail: The VA is actively withholding documents that could reveal more wait-time manipulation

Since 2021, Americans for Prosperity Foundation has been fighting to force the Department of Veterans Affairs to comply with a series of Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests that seek information about wait times for veterans seeking medical appointments from VA facilities. So far, AFPF has been met with barrier after barrier stood up by… Read more »

January 9, 2023

Did you miss this? Five big VA reforms passed in last year’s lame-duck session.

Congress often races to the finish line at the end of the year, leaving many Americans missing significant legislation and resolutions it has passed. Last year was no exception. At the end of 2022, lost among all the news of the lame-duck session and government funding bills, important legislation was passed to protect veterans –… Read more »

January 5, 2023

America’s military makes sacrifices during the holidays. Here’s what Congress can do to better honor them

While Americans were celebrating the holidays, many military families and friends were missing their loved ones deployed oversees. More than 20 years of continuous war have meant constant deployments and missed memories at home that can never be replaced CVA Senior Coalitions Advisor Jason Beardsley spent many holidays deployed, sacrificing special moments with his wife… Read more »

December 21, 2022

CVA looks back at biggest wins of 2022 and prepares for 2023

It’s that time of year again — when we at Concerned Veterans for America look back at our biggest wins and start preparing for what we can accomplish together in the year ahead. Russia’s immoral invasion of Ukraine caused us to shift our priorities and adapt quickly to address poor foreign policy decisions. We continued… Read more »

November 29, 2022

South Carolina can lead the way on better foreign policy and veterans’ care

South Carolina is home to numerous military bases along with thousands of service members, military families, and veterans who choose to put down roots after they served. The state has a deep history of service and sacrifice. That’s why Coast Guard veteran Frank Bullock believes South Carolina is the right state to lead the way… Read more »

November 21, 2022

Combat veteran shares true cost of war, what Congress can do to honor sacrifice

Jessica Villarreal knows the true cost of war. She and her husband deployed to the Middle East, bringing back injuries and illnesses they will carry for the rest of their lives. Jessica recently wrote in Stars and Stripes about her experiences and what war really means for those who serve: War is more than the… Read more »