By Vets4Energy MA volunteer Chairman: In these divisive times we live in, our body politic seems to struggle to separate what feels right for the nation's viability and what, in reality, is right for a stronger America.
Nineteen Virginian chambers of commerce have joined forces to urge the state’s U.S. senators to support the construction of a natural gas pipeline through the state
U.S. Army Capt. James McCormick (retired), says the project also would benefit U.S. national security.
Missouri state senator and volunteer chairman of Vets4Energy: "Energy policy is not a partisan issue. It is about America's future security and prosperity."
"Pipelines are a vital part of this nation's energy infrastructure and ensuring they continue to operate safely will be critical to securing our energy future..."
A coalition of 19 Chambers of Commerce across Virginia sent the commonwealth's two US senators, Democrats Timothy M. Kaine and Mark R. Warner, a letter expressing their strong support for the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline.
Investing in our nation's infrastructure is essential for creating jobs and boosting our economy. This includes transportation and energy infrastructure. By Jim Felker, former US Marine Corp.
At the same time, the active on-campus (Louisiana State University) volunteer also is passionate about helping military veterans navigate energy-related professions, which he thinks are a perfect match for vets seeking to stay connected to national security-related job opportunities.
Vets4Energy National Liaison Rear Admiral Don Loren, USN (ret.) participated on a veteran workforce panel. Admiral Loren discussed the Veterans Energy Pipeline website as well as the ideal background that veterans have to fill positions in the energy industry.
Talking about energy and national security at the state's annual event.
Commander-in-Chief of Veterans of Foreign Wars Richard DeNoyer joined Boston Herald Radio yesterday to talk about Vets For Energy. DeNoyer is also the Massachusetts Vets 4 Energy Chair.