Mike Scotti

author, 'The Blue Cascade'

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Former marine and author of The Blue Cascade: A Memoir of Life After War

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Veteran Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki resigns, Steve Ballmer buys the Clippers, buying prescription drugs on Amazon, updates on schools, and our Friday film roundup.

VA's Shinseki Resigns

Veteran Affairs Secretary Eric Shinseki resigns, Steve Ballmer buys the Clippers, buying prescription drugs on Amazon, updates on schools, and our Friday film roundup.

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