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Jim Strickland revamped the site a little last year and maybe that domain name is for sale but

http://www.vawatchdog.org/

Is still alive and kicking.

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No I dont get it either. It does not make sense. I do think the (watchdog) site has gone downhill since Larry Scott had it. Larry was strictly "non political"...not so with Jim.

Jim S. has his own agenda, which is not always "pro Veteran". He has his "side" agenda's, too. And a big part of JS agenda is highly political.

Watchdog used to be a good place to go for current Vets issues...where Vets would comment...but not anymore.

Hadit is a much better, more informative site, in no small part due to you, Berta. "The other site" also changed owners about 4 times and is in chaos.

I appreciate Tbird and hadit a lot.

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There was some sort of aborted attempt by Strickland to create a Facebook page that may be tied to this. The advantage to this site is the give and take of information between members.

"Jim S. has his own agenda, which is not always "pro Veteran". He has his "side" agenda's, too. And a big part of JS agenda is highly political. "

Yes, I learned the truth of your words on my own journey. There are flaws to this site but it is a hell of a lot better than any other.

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