Truman National Security Project Fellow Kayla Williams discusses veterans and food stamps. Click here to watch the full video.
Slog blog Horrible News Roundup quotes Truman National Security Project Fellow Kayla Williams’ article in the National Journal. Still, Williams was angry. When she told men in her unit about the incident, they said she’d joined a man’s military and asked what she expected to happen. “It definitely made me feel guys who were sexually […]
Kayla Williams, a former sergeant and linguist in a military intelligence company of the US army, author of: Love My Rifle More Than You (2006) & Plenty of Time When We Get Home (forthcoming) and Truman National Security Project fellow highlights the importance of government assistance, with specific focus on food stamp programs. I’ve eaten government food […]
Truman National Security Project Fellow, Kayla Williams highlights what The Department of Veterans Affairs provides in terms of mental and physical health care to veterans. This week, an unusual thing happened on Capitol Hill. Two tea party favorites in the Senate – Rand Paul (R) of Kentucky and Ted Cruz (R) of Texas – threw their support behind Democratic Senator […]
The Democratic National Committee’s Veterans and Military Families Council June Newsletter: What the VA is Getting Right
Kayla Williams, Truman National Security Project Fellow, discusses what the VA is doing right and what role the VA has in the future of health care. It seems to be human nature to complain when something goes wrong but not praise success — and the adage “If it bleeds, it leads” still seems to hold […]