Mark Seavey, editor with the American Legion spoke with America’s Work Force on March 20 to discuss the April edition of the American Legion Magazine. Continue reading
Mark Seavey, editor with the American Legion spoke with America’s Work Force on Feb. 21 about the March edition of their publication. Continue reading
Mark Seavey, editor for the American Legion Magazine spoke with America’s Work Force on Jan. 17 to discuss the newest edition of the publication.
Seavey spoke about the key stories that will be featured in the January edition of the American Legion. The first story involved how much support the United States gives to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). The second story that Seavey spoke about was on the late Lt. Col. Joseph H. Ward, who served in the U.S. army and was a doctor, surgeon and soldier. Lastly, he spoke about the American Legion’s Burn Pit, and some stories that were posted there.
Rich Fiesta, executive director of the Alliance for Retired Americans spoke about the proposed change for Social Security. The changes that he discussed were for disabled recipients, and examined the eligibility review process. Fiesta also talked about the cost of pharmaceutical drugs going up and how it affects senior citizens and their medications.
AWF host Ed “Flash” Ferenc spoke about the Cleveland Public Library and their dispute with the Service Employees Union.
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Jeff Stoffer, media and communications director with the American Legion spoke with America’s Work Force on Dec. 20 to discuss the January edition of the publication. Continue reading
Mark Seavey, editor for the American Legion spoke with America’s Work Force on Nov. 15 about the100th year anniversary of the American Legion publication. Continue reading
Richard Fiesta, executive director of the Alliance for Retired Americans spoke with America’s Work Force on Oct 18 about senior citizens on social security and their cost of living adjustment. Continue reading
Norm Wernett, head of the Ohio Alliance for Retired Americans spoke with America’s Work Force on Sept. 20 about prescription drug prices. Continue reading
Mark Seavey, blogger with the American Legion Magazine spoke with America’s Work Force on August 16 about the most recent Medal of Honor Recipient. Continue reading
Mark Seavey, assistant director at the American Legion, spoke with America’s Work Force on July 19 about the side effects of an anti-malaria drug. Continue reading
Mark Seavey, editor and blogger with the American Legion Magazine spoke with America’s Work Force on May 17 to speak about the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
Seavey spoke about the June edition of the American Legion magazine, and the articles that are featured inside of it. He spoke about an article describing events that went down on D-Day, such as how much of a struggle soldiers were having landing on target due to extreme winds that day. Seavey also talked about how bravely the United States fought that day, given the weather conditions and the German’s not being ignorant to U.S. plans to attack that day. He then went on to talk about the very first G.I. Bill and the positive impacts that it had on soldiers when it was first created and where it is now.
Rich Fiesta, executive director of the Alliance for Retired Americans spoke with AWF on May 15 about stabilizing the Affordable Care Act, and controlling prescription drug prices. He also talked about strengthening social security and healthcare. Lastly, Fiesta spoke about a social security scam where scammers are contacting social security recipients disguised as social security representatives. During this scam, scammers will tell the victims that their accounts have been compromised and ask for their social security number so they can fix their problem and then will steal their information after they are provided with the social number.