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The Veterans News Hour

The Veterans News Hour with David C. Cory and Rick Hurley
David C. Cory and Rick Hurley of Veterans News & Talk Radio

News and talk show about military veterans issues, including VA benefits and all related topics.

Weekly Show
Station 1
Monday
Starts: 
6:00 pm PT
Ends: 
6:55 pm PT

Talk Show Program Archives for Podcasting

The Veterans News Hour, October 16, 2017 David Cory & Richard Hurley discuss illnesses from open burn pits, contaminated water; changes in VA law; and more
The Veterans News Hour, October 9, 2017 Guest, Lauren Price, Navy veteran and co-founder of Veteran Warriors
The Veterans News Hour, October 2, 2017 Guest, Amy Odom, Director of Litigation for the Nat'l Veterans Legal Services Program
The Veterans News Hour, September 25, 2017 Guests, Professor Catherine Lutz and Professor Neta C. Crawford of the Costs of War Project
The Veterans News Hour, September 18, 2017 Guest, Bryan Meyer of Veterans Community Project of Kansas City
The Veterans News Hour, September 11, 2017 Guests, filmmaker Greg Lovett and David Maulsby of PTSD Foundation of America
The Veterans News Hour, September 4, 2017 Guest, Alex Sebby, with David Cory & Richard Hurley
The Veterans News Hour, August 28, 2017 with David Cory and Richard Hurley

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Featured Guests

Guest, John B. Wells November 20, 2017
Guest, Brian Wizard November 6, 2017
Guest, Ric Burns October 30, 2017
Guest, Cyd Deathe October 23, 2017
Guest, John B. Wells October 16, 2017
Guest, Lauren Price October 9, 2017
Guest, Amy Odom October 2, 2017
Guest, Catherine Lutz September 25, 2017
Guest, Neta C. Crawford September 25, 2017
Guest, Brandonn Mixon September 18, 2017
Guest, Bryan Meyer September 18, 2017
Guest, Greg Lovett September 11, 2017
Guest, David Maulsby September 11, 2017
Guest, Alex K. Sebby September 4, 2017
Guest, David Migoya August 21, 2017
Guest, Frederick Hinton August 14, 2017
Guest, Gavin P. Smith July 31, 2017

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Talk Show Program Host

David C. Cory of Veterans News Hour Radio David C. Cory Brandon Florida USA YouTube Cory & Hurley Law Group, P.L.
Occupation:
Lawyer
Biography:

David Cory is a lawyer who represents veterans and military personnel in disability claims and appeals and in adverse personnel actions.  He is a graduate of Jesuit High School of Tampa (1977), the University of South Florida (BA, Political Science, 1981) and the University of Florida College of Law (Juris Doctor, 1984).  He has been a licensed attorney (State of Florida) since May, 1985.

During his legal career he has worked for law firms in Gainesville, FL, and Tampa, FL, as well as operating his own law practice in Tampa and then Brandon.  He served as an Air Force judge advocate for twenty years (twelve on active duty, eight in the reserves), retiring in 2005 with the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. He served at active duty assignments in Arizona, England, North Carolina, Saudi Arabia, California and Washington, DC, and served as a reservist in Florida, Alabama, North Carolina, New Jersey and California.

During his military career, he was awarded the Meritorious Service Medal six times. He was Company Grade Officer of the Year for his units in 1988 and 1989 while serving in England. He is a graduate of the Air Force Judge Advocate General's School, the Air Force Squadron Officer School, and Air Command and Staff College of Air University. During his career, he also completed numerous continuing legal education courses at both the Air Force and the Army JAG Schools.

His legal experience has included many areas of law over the years, including criminal law (prosecutor and pretrial hearing officer), government contracting law, tort law including medical malpractice, environmental law, employment and personnel law, federal labor law, administrative law, appeals, family law, wills, consumer law, contracts and business law.

He also has experience with military operational law issues, including the Law of Armed Conflict, rules of engagement, operational contracts, and status of forces agreements, among other areas.

He is accredited by the US Department of Veterans Affairs to represent veterans in disability claims. He also has experience with medical malpractice claims under the Federal Tort Claims Act (FTCA) as well as pursuant to 38 USC 1151.

He also has experience in a wide range of cases with the Air Force Board for Correction of Military Records, the Army Board for Correction of Military Records, and the Board for Correction of Naval Records (for the Navy and Marine Corps).

At various times during his career, he has also taught law courses at the undergraduate, graduate and law school levels.

You can reach him at:

David C. Cory

P.O. Box 3975, Brandon, FL, 33509-3975

Phone (813) 662-0760

Email: LawCory1@verizon.net

Richard Hurley Richard Hurley Lecanto Florida USA Cory & Hurley Law Group, P.L.
Occupation:
Lawyer, Legal Advocate for Veterans and Talk Show Host
Biography:

Richard Hurley became a partner with David C. Cory to form the law firm of Cory and Hurley Law Group in October of 2012.  Since that time he has provided legal services for veterans and active military covering a wide range of legal disputes.  A majority of these cases focuses on providing VA disability compensation for veterans who served in the United States Military during WWII, Korean War, Vietnam War, Iraqi War, Afghanistan and during times of peace.

Richard attended Jesuit High School, Tampa, FL (1977), Florida State University (1981) and Seton Hall Law Center (1984).  He was admitted to practice in 1984 in New Jersey.  He is a Member of the New Jersey Bar, U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey and the United States Supreme Court.

Prior to becoming a partner in the law firm of Cory and Hurley Law Group, Richard was in private practice concentrating in the areas of general litigation, contracts and real estate law.  He served as Prosecutor or Public Defender in many municipalities in New Jersey from 1989 to 2003.  He serves as a Mediator and an Arbitrator for FINRA (the Regulatory Body for the SEC).

Mr. Hurley was President of the Somerset County Bar Association (1997), Member of the Richard J. Hughes Inn of Court, Marie L. Garibaldi ADR Inn of Court and American Bar Association.  He was named NJ State Bar Association Mentor of the Year (1993) and Young Lawyer of the Year (1994).  He has extensive trial court experience in civil and criminal law.  He believes with patience and persistence anything is possible.

Richard K. Hurley, Jr.
Cory and Hurley Law Group
P.O. Box 148
Lecanto, FL 34460
(727) 612-1515

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Featured, Guest, Cyd Deathe October 23, 2017

Broadcasting Date: 
Monday, October 23, 2017 06:00 pm

Guest, Cyd Deathe

Guest Name: 
Cyd Deathe
Guest Occupation: 
Executive Director of Marine Families of Tampa, FL
Guest Biography: 

Marine Families was founded in 2004 with its home base located in Tampa, FL.  Ms. Cyd Deathe is a founder and its current executive director.

The organization was an idea born from 7 "newbie" Marine parents who were preparing to send their sons/daughters to war.   Needing the support of others who understood what they were going through, a monthly "muster" was established to offer a time of support and fellowship. During the years that followed the vision grew, as did our outreach, and we evolved into an organization serving a variety of needs to military and veteran families locally, throughout the US and across the globe.

Providing support, networking and camaraderie; we believe this military journey is not meant to walk alone.

Our projects, programs and annual events create opportunities for community involvement  while promoting awareness and education on the daily sacrifices being made.

While founded by Marine Families we offer inclusion of all branches, veterans and patriotic supporters.

Featured, Guest, Ric Burns October 30, 2017

Broadcasting Date: 
Monday, October 30, 2017 06:00 pm

Guest, Ric Burns

Guest Name: 
Ric Burns
Guest Occupation: 
Internationally recognized documentary filmmaker and writer
Guest Biography: 

Ric Burns is an internationally recognized documentary filmmaker and writer, best known for his eight-part, seventeen and a half hour series, New York: A Documentary Film, which premiered nationally on PBS to wide public and critical acclaim when broadcast in November 1999, September 2001, and September 2003.

Burns has been writing, directing and producing historical documentaries for over 25 years, since his collaboration on the PBS series The Civil War, (1990), which he produced with his brother Ken and co-wrote with Geoffrey C. Ward.  Since founding Steeplechase Films in 1989, he has directed some of the most distinguished programs for PBS including Coney Island (1991), The Donner Party (1992), The Way West (1995), Ansel Adams (2002), Eugene O’Neill, Andy Warhol (2006), We Shall Remain: Tecumseh’s Vision (2009), Into the Deep: America, Whaling & the World (2010), and Death and the Civil War (2012), a film based on the best-selling book This Republic of Suffering: Death and the American Civil War by historian and Harvard president Drew Gilpin Faust.

His work has won numerous film and television awards including six Emmy Awards, two George Foster Peabody Awards,  two Alfred I. DuPont-Columbia University Awards,  three Writer’s Guild of America Awards for Outstanding Individual Achievement in a Craft: Writing;  the Eric Barnouw Award of the Organization of American Historians, and the D.W. Griffith Award of the National Board of Review.

2015 saw the release of three more films by Burns.  American Ballet Theatre: a history, which aired on PBS as a part of the American Masters series, celebrates the rich history and legacy of America’s national ballet company. Debt of Honor: Disabled Veterans in American History, a moving tribute to the history of disabled veterans, aired nationally on PBS in November in honor of Veteran’s Day.  And The Pilgrims broadcast as part of the acclaimed American Experience series, also in November of 2015.  The film brings to life the story of the men and women of the Mayflower: both the ardently evangelical English Protestants who led the mission, as well as the less fervently evangelical “Strangers” who went with them.

Burns was educated at Columbia University and Cambridge University. He lives in New York City with his wife and two sons.

Featured, Guest, Brian Wizard November 6, 2017

Broadcasting Date: 
Monday, November 06, 2017 06:00 pm

Guest, Brian Wizard

Guest Name: 
Brian Wizard
Guest Occupation: 
Master Expressive Artist
Guest Biography: 

Brian Wizard’s life was perfect, until he went to war in Vietnam in 1968-69. During the war, Brian grew from boy to man, as he defined the frontline of the war in the door of the combat assault helicopter, Pollution IV. The all-volunteer smokeship of the 118th Assault Helicopter Company was always the first ship into the hostile landing zones, laying down a protective smoke screen for the landing troop carrying ‘slick’ helicopters to protect them from the enemy guns. You can read details in the stories "Permission to Kill," and "Smokeships Always Leading the Way," and see in the award-winning documentary, "Viet Nam: Then, Again, and Beyond” about the death-defying acts the crew of Pollution IV performed on a daily basis. This beyond the call of duty combat lifestyle influenced Brian’s life ever since.

After graduating from the School of Expressive Arts at Sonoma State University, yet unable to merge with the American culture, he emigrated to Australia, where he published his first novel "Permission to Kill." He lived in the deep north of Queensland, but hitchhiked up and down, over and around the county, hawking his novel for two editions. Brian did a good turn for the Australian Viet Nam Veterans.

The fly-by of Halley’s Comet brought Brian back to the U.S.A., where he moved way out in the way-out of the Inland Northwest. Isolated in a wilderness environment, Brian penned a dozen more novels, with more to come, as you can see on his website brianwizard.com. Over the years, Brian's creative zest has never dwindled, as it is his therapy to overcome the negative aspects of war. His books, and his amazing Viet Nam War and beyond documentary have won awards. Brian has created his own brand of art works be it sculptures, jewelry, or musical instruments.

With the advent of the internet, you have access to the Master Expressive Artist’s work via his website: brianwizard.com.

Featured, Guest, John B. Wells November 20, 2017

Broadcasting Date: 
Monday, November 20, 2017 06:00 pm

Guest, John B. Wells

Guest Name: 
John B. Wells
Guest Occupation: 
Executive Director, Military Veterans Advocacy, Inc.; Lawyer, Veterans Advocate, Retired Navy Officer
Guest Biography: 

Attorney John B. Wells is a retired Navy Commander (Surface Warfare) and a disabled veteran, who served from 1972 until 1994. He was assigned to six ships and several shore commands. He is qualified in all aspects of surface warfare including command at sea. He is a graduate of the Surface Warfare Officers School Department Head and PXO schools. Mr. Wells served as a Special-Court Martial convening authority, member, senior member and witness before administrative boards and courts-martial. He has administered non-judicial punishment under Art. 15 of the UCMJ. Mr. Wells attended law school at night while still on active duty. He was a member of the Law Review Staff and contributed to several law school publications. Upon retirement from the military, Mr. Wells settled in Slidell Louisiana and opened a general law practice that emphasized military and veterans law. Mr. Wells has represented military members and veterans throughout the country. He is at home in both state and federal courts and travels often to Washington, D.C. for cases there.

Commander Wells was admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania in November of 1994, the Supreme Court of Louisiana in October of 1995 and the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia in April of 1996. He is also admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States. In addition, Mr. Wells is admitted to the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth, Federal and District of Columbia Circuits. He is also a member of the United States Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces and all service courts. He is admitted to practice before the Department of Veterans Affairs and the Court of Appeals for Veterans Claims and the United States Court of Federal Claims. Mr. Wells is also admitted to many federal district courts including the District of Columbia.

Mr. Wells is married to Janice Burton Wells of Perth Australia and has two daughters, five grand-children and one great-grand son. He has spoken before numerous groups on militaty and veterans issues. He is also a frequent guest on the Fox News Channel.

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