America just pays gaudy lip service to honoring the troops yet doesn't try to understand their service. Because we have a volunteer army, our soldiers and vets remain weirdly invisible to their fellow countrymen
Returning soldiers' frustrations in trying to communicate their disturbing, often ineffable experience to people who greet them with clichés, however well-meaning. As one vet tells us, "There's a perversity in me that, when I talk to conservatives, makes me want to bash the war, and when I talk to liberals, defend it."
Redeployment is so wonderfully written, it's a pleasure to read. Yet it's hard not to be saddened by what an ill-conceived mess the war in Iraq proved to be.
After Texas got hit by a historic drought in 2011 that caused major damage to its agricultural sector, many farmers and ranchers in the state had hoped their dry spell would be over by now.
Texas state climatologist John Nielsen-Gammon said higher temperatures in Texas will affect the state in many ways: higher summer energy demand, less water availability because of increased evaporation, and an earlier planting season as the last freeze and frost dates move up.
"I suspect because of the combination of increased water use and climate change, [there] is going to be just a decrease in the amount of irrigated agriculture," he said.
The prolonged drought has had many impacts over the last few years. "It can increase pest costs, we're seeing migration of land from cropping into livestock, we're seeing lower livestock stocking rates, we're seeing more variable yields," said Bruce McCarl, a professor of agricultural economics at Texas A&M University.
What happen next according to God's Word with 100% accuracy inside the May 15th Prophecy written at LastDayWatchers