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To teach, educate, organize and awaken our veterans and their families to select, support and vote intelligently for a better world and to protect ourselves from our own government(s) in a culture of corruption and to be the political voice for those in other groups that do not have one.
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Veterans In Politics Talk Show Media Program for August 6th and 7th:

Veterans In Politics Talk Show Media Program for August 6th and 7th: August 6: on KLAV Radio 1230 AM LIVE from 2-3PM...
Aug 3, 2010 by Steve W. Sanson

Moving and Expanding the Veterans In Politics Media Program

Immediate Release: Steve Sanson President of Veterans In Politics International 702 283 8088...
Jul 30, 2010 by Steve W. Sanson

Veterans In Politics Talk Show Introduces Sharron Angle, Janiece Marshall, Jose Solorio:

Veterans In Politics Talk Show Introduces Sharron Angle, Janiece Marshall, Jose Solorio: LIVE on...
Jul 29, 2010 by Steve W. Sanson

Veterans In Politics Talk Show Introduces Steven Corbett, Gerrit Hale, Douglas Gillespie:

Veterans In Politics Talk Show Introduces Steven Corbett, Gerrit Hale, Douglas Gillespie: LIVE on...
Jul 19, 2010 by Steve W. Sanson

Vegas Racing Endorsed by the Veterans In Politics

Vegas Racing 2295 Renaissance Drive #A Las Vegas, NV 89119 Vegas Racing: On behalf of Veterans In Politics...
Jul 13, 2010 by Steve W. Sanson
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