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A retired Air Force Veteran’s divorce decree awarded his ex-wife 50 percent of the veteran’s future Air Force retirement pay, but thirteen years after the divorce, the veteran was found partially disabled due to an earlier service-related injury, and elected to give up an equal amount ($250 monthly) of retirement pay in order to receive disability pay – thereby reducing the value of his ex-wife’s 50 percent share by 50 percent of $250.
In January, the Pew Research Center published the results of a survey on how favorably Americans view some different federal agencies. The agencies they surveyed included Health and Human Services, DOJ, and the Federal Reserve, all of which are viewed favorably by the majority of those surveyed.
The Supreme Court is considering whether to hear a case which asks whether the Second Amendment entitles ordinary citizens to carry handguns outside the home for self-defense.
The video went instantly viral. Published by What’s Trending on March 17, the short sketch entitled “Elmo Gets Fired,” was viewed 13.5 million times on Facebook within a week of the first posting. If you weren’t one of the first viewers, take a look. The video will make you laugh . . . and it might make you cry.