CommDigiNews Hour: Talking about the VA Scandal, Climate Change realities and the Economy and Minimum Wage hikes


WASHINGTON, May 29, 2014 – What do you understand about the VA Scandal? Is Climate Change really what ‘they’ say it is?  Can Minimum Wage hikes have a positive economic effect?

This week, Friday May 30 at 6:30 p.m. EDT, join Communities Digital News writers who will be bringing their expertise to the headlines of the day.

Richard Cameron, Open Rebellion Radio and writer of More Blasted Fools, will talk about the VA Scandal with veterans Al Maurer, writer of Red Pill / Blue Pill and Mario Salazar writer of 21st Centry Pacifist.

Richard will also be talking about climate change with Steve Davidson, who writes Western Perspectives for Communities Digital News, and Mario Salazar. Steve Davidson is a columnist, wilderness landscape photographer and former teacher, software developer and lecturer who writes about science, technology and the environment.

Senior Editor Jim Picht will be talking with Business Editor Terry Ponick about the Economics of the Minimum Wage, giving listeners definitive information about how the proposed minimum wage hikes will effect the economy and you.

Before the show, read these articles by Communities Writers:

Advances in battlefield medicine unmatched by care at home

Our veterans deserve better

VA scandal unravels: Was vet’s care sacrificed for administrator bonuses

Human-caused global warming theory weakening

Climate change facts and fallacy in “Years of Living Dangerously”

Earth temperature increases and extreme weather: Is it Climate Change?

Four myths of the minimum wage debate busted

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