1. Lessons In Politics From The Republicans 5 - Attack 9/11 First Responders To Push Your Agenda Then Deny Them Healthcare For Fun
2. 9/11 History: The GOP's Strange War On 9/11 First Responders
3. The Explosive Testimony Of The 9/11 Firefighters & Other 9/11 Truth Heroes
Jon Stewart and his on going war to save the last eye-witnesses of 9/11 and its anomalies, the 9/11 first responders, from the GOP's economic war on the people;
Jon Stewart and 9/11 first responders talk to Fox News
9/11 victims advocate and former host of 'The Daily Show' Jon Stewart urges Congress to renew the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund before money runs out.
Jon Stewart Advocates for Thousands of 9/11 Victims and Survivors It has been 17 years since the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the United States. Thousands of first responders are still dealing with the health effects as a deadline looms near for the government funded Victim Compensation Fund.
Just more examples of GOP's on going evil under Trump;
Donald Trump’s Budget Breaks These 7 Campaign Promises
Broken Promise #5: Trump said he would increase funding for treatment of PTSD
Trump’s budget would increase funding for the Department of Veterans Affairs, but the budget proposal doesn't appear to focus money on PTSD or mental health issues.
It would, however, slash $3.2 billion from the “individual unemployability” benefit, which the budget says will be "modernized." The program allows the VA to more fully compensate disabled veterans, including those with PTSD, whose disability renders them unemployable.
Broken Promise #6: Trump told police union leaders he’d find more funding for training
Trump promised resources for training in his voter contract, as well. This budget aims to increase funding for more border agents and immigration judges, increased immigrant detentions, and fighting the opioid crisis, but it does not earmark additional funds for training police.
Good and bad news about GOP actions for 9/11 first responders;
Moment of Zen on GOP's attack on 9/11 first responders;