For new readers of my column, I Rant(Z) about matters that trouble me and I Rave(Z) about positive issues that bring a smile to my face and or leave money in my wallet. As the weeks pass, I find the Rantz continue to draw most of my attention while the RaveZ are far and few between. I leave it up to you to judge and decide if it is a RantZ or a RaveZ after you read the information I share with you.
The United States ARMY is looking for recruiters and instructors to go back on active duty. You are never too old to be a member of the ARMY!
By way of introduction, I am a member of a select group of Americans that serve with the ARMY in a civilian capacity as a Center of Influence (C.O.I.) to assist ARMY personnel with recruitment campaigns. I was one of the original selected to serve in this capacity and have been engaged in this effort for over 10 years. It is a rewarding and interesting volunteer position for anyone who loves America and supports our military personnel in their mission of protecting our nation.
The ARMY is short of recruiters, and as hundreds of thousands of American teenagers graduate high school this month, they might consider enlisting in the military. It might be the ARMY, Navy, Marines, Air Force, or Coast Guard. The ARMYis pulling out all the stops to run recruiting stations around the country. Specifically, the service is looking for 150 retired staff sergeants and sergeants first class, who have either been recruiters or instructors to return to active duty and help with recruitment. There is a two-year commitment, with full pay and benefits. If you are interested, call the TRADOC adjutants general. (757)501-6855/6863/6861.
Why sit around the house when you can return to active duty and earn money and help recruit young ARMY soldiers?
Maybe you like to smoke POT and obtained a medical card a few years ago to purchase Marijuana. Now anyone over 21 can purchase POT for personal use with just an I.D. But if you want to purchase a gun for personal protection, you are rejected by the gun dealer. Why?
If you have a Medical Marijuana card, the 9thU.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that you can’t purchase a gun!
The court ruled 3-0 that a ban preventing Medical Marijuana cardholders from purchasing firearms is not in violation of the Second Amendment. There are nine western states under the appeals court’s jurisdiction, including Nevada, where the case originated.
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Published: June 21, 2018