UW-W weight management instructor obliges the development of a 16-week mindfulness workout proposal for overcoming mental health impossibilities

The spring 2023 semester begins Monday Jan. 23, which includes a one-credit elective. Prof. Michael Boudreau, program instructor, requires a workout plan for students.

The work out plan weekly journal will publish blogs for those seeking motivation with going back to the gym and finding their center through mindfulness. The project utilizes a self-reflection model from a final project in COMM 228 Interpersonal Communication, which helps uncover stuck points and a weekly motivation video.

The project goal seeks building a platform based on a low-intensity aerobic workout soldiers used with the 10th Mountain Division. The project incorporates strategies provided by the Madison College Mastering Mindfulness Course for savoring, confidence building, before-and-after reflection and gratitude.

Boudreau supports veterans whose family’s legacy of service dates back to the Civil War.

Collaboratively, the blogs offer empowerment and affirmations with only one goal in mind—making it to the gym. Each reflection for the class project will track mental, physical and spiritual health.

The project minimum requirement is a visit to the gym twice per week.

Collectively, the project offers a starting point and a confidence boost for all who are stuck in the trap of depression a way out through enlightenment and encouragement.

I Will Not Forget: The diary survivor story of a disabled veteran who used community college VA services for mitigating university academic abuse

9:13 a.m. Thursday 1/12/2023—Today kicks off writing the “I Will Not Forget” college experience diary. The diary examines the barriers with my academic success transferring from Madison College to the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater. The diary will eventually publish into a book, which acts as an advocacy for those who awaken to being mistreated on campus as disabled veterans, first generation and nontraditional students. The Outpost 422 website is a sanctuary of support.

The diary style examines variables from the COMM 228 Interpersonal Communication course where my class journaled for two weeks regarding the pandemic lockdown experience for our final project. Outpost 422 covered the pandemic events for class projects that launched as a registered trademark.

Outpost 422 is my website created for the Madison College Journalism Certificate Social Media Writing course and the Madison College Challenge that developed into a documentary pilot for the Practicum 2 internship. The website was built for helping future veterans and their enrollment in the Madison College VITAL program after leaving treatment.

Sadly, you, the disabled veteran Madison College VITAL transfer, will meet aggressors who do not respect your service. They will conspire to place barriers in your path. Not all professors are friendly. The website is a relay in times of adversity.

The book and the website empower users as a philanthropy and attrition mitigation service. In other words, the tools that helped me succeed will help you succeed, and we will succeed together. We must dedicate our lives to three things: Helping each other up, publishing the POW MIA issue and keeping our campus community safe. We are a guardian angel task force.

Diary is philanthropy that does not necessarily require money but self-investment and dedication to paying forward. The book and website pay forward resources and referrals on several fronts. As a philanthropy, we lobby, we fight, we conquer academic abuse, we give freely of our wisdom for the preservation of our POW MIA and Gold Star Mother societies helping their families distribute their grief through our publications. Through our perseverance, we empower one another.

The variables we experience shall never be met with adversity. We fight by investing argumentation strategy through peer-reviewed scholarly sources. We use our academics for self-defense. We enlighten through mindfulness, which requires staying calm, cool and collected and dispelling the stigma of having a disability. We overcome impossibility through exercising our G.I. Bill and grant resources and pay the information forward as a relay of support.

We check in with each other through email and in person consultations. We are a relay to many governmental and veteran friendly corporations who seek building platforms for our success. We are the Sacred Warrior Search and Rescue Foundation. Our primary job as a task force seeks team building as a resource for beating attrition and succeeding by crossing the graduation stage.

Respectfully Submitted,

Bradley J. Burt

CEO/Founder Outpost 422

For the record: Congressman Pocan responds to concerns with disabled veteran mistreatment at UW-W

January 11, 2023

Dear Mr. Burt,


Thank you for contacting my office over the last year. I value your outreach and appreciate you taking the time to express your thoughts.

One of the aspects that I value most as a Member of Congress is hearing directly from my constituents regarding their hopes, concerns, opinions, and ideas. I’m incredibly proud to represent such a diverse and engaged district, and the countless emails, letters, and calls from Wisconsin’s Second District give me hope for the road ahead.

Over the past year, I continued my tenure on the House Appropriations Committee where I fought for funding that enables communities across Wisconsin and the nation to succeed, and I was honored to serve again on the Education and Labor Committee where I strove to be a voice for all working Wisconsinites. Additionally, as Chair Emeritus of the Congressional Progressive Caucus, I championed legislation that put people over politics, including significant investments in climate change solutions, lowering prescription drug costs, and promoting economic and job growth.

It is an honor and privilege to represent you in Washington, and I strongly believe that communication between constituents and their elected representatives is essential to a successful democratic process. In 2023, I am committed to continuing to serve our community in hopes that we can continue to make great progress together.

Again, thank you for taking the time to reach out to me. If I can be of further assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact me at (608) 258-9800. If you would like to receive regular updates from me on congressional issues, please visit my website at https://pocan.house.gov,  or follow me on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/repmarkpocan) and Twitter (@RepMarkPocan).


Mark Pocan
Member of Congress

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Press Release: The problems we face transferring from Madison College as students in the VITAL Program

My name is Bradley J. Burt. I served with the 10th Mountain Division. I am a disabled student veteran enrolled in the Veterans Administration’s VITAL program. The program provides supports at Madison College but not at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, who has denied me access to these services over the last three years.

The university sends bullies after me who insist I use their supports. Their supports require I turn over my VA records. VITAL protects me.

During the winter holiday break, I reported my ongoing academic abuse I am receiving at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.

Title IX Investigator Michael Kent attempted to false light profile me on record who sought the retrieval of my VA records. Kent indicated that the request was university protocol.

Outpost 422 is a licensed lobby and class project. The next phase of the project’s trademark development seeks a Freedom of Information Act records request from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater pertaining to their Modus Operandi, which is standard procedure, regarding their intercept of veteran records.

I have not, nor will I, turn over any records to any state agency, which is the foundation of this brand. My job is protecting our best interests in both society and on campus.

The policy is illegal and am asking all veterans who wish to share their experiences with their college experience come forward and be heard.

I believe the proper approach is the academic research approach. We cannot win the war on veteran record privacy through brute force.

Intellect will prevail. Overcome Impossibility and stay the course in school. Reach out and fill out the contact form if you need to relay any concerns to the chancellor of your university or board of regents member.


Bradley J. Burt

CEO-Outpost 422

Donator Beware: Whitewater Veterans Center Project seeks renovating building with VFW Post 5470

Upon running a Google search regarding the Veterans Lounge at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater for a class project, I unearthed something of concern.

Currently, there is a “Whitewater Veterans Center Project,” which is an ongoing attempt to collect funds.

The website home page does not share who is the listed nonprofit, which is required for tax-deductible EIN listing for donators. Only on the donation page. The hosting nonprofit must be listed on the title page.

The website says “verified” located on the “donate” page but does not share specifically who is the ranking member of the committee for the VFW Post. The website does not have a tool bar nor list a point of contact.

The VFW does not need a brick-and-mortar building to operate a “hub” as they suggest. The goal amount is $500,000.

A router and a server only cost roughly $25,000 and must be provided by the Veterans Administration, which is not indicated by the project. The project needs approval by the city for commercial zoning.

Where is the buy in from Whitewater listed on the page? The tool bar would include city manager minutes honoring the request presented by alders. The website does not share any of the information needed to launch the project.

Donating requires transparency. Right now, the VFW is running a virtual panhandler campaign seeking a large amount without providing backing by the city, which is ad hoc.

Do they have bonding insurance to cover that amount? From what I understand, a Post is only bonded at $50,000.

That was a figure thrown at me by State Liaison Mark Herrmann of Rolling Thunder Chapter 5, WI. I could be wrong. That’s why I am currently investigating all aspects between finance committees, quorum and their monuments committee.

My experience with the VFW witnessed unethical methods of reporting and relaying truth. The VFW has been a relentless barrier in my college success from VFW Wisconsin on down.

The truth? The Facebook icon takes the viewer to the Whitewater VFW Post 5470 Facebook page, who has harassed me and intruded in my personal affairs as a disabled veteran attending UW Whitewater by their quorum member Curtis Lemke.

Lemke interfered with my disability accommodations, who’s reputation as a bully intruded in veteran affairs outside his scope. Lemke loves sticking his nose in other veterans’ business as the past president of the Veterans and Servicemembers Organization.

Lemke also flexed his authority by intimidating disabled veterans like me on campus, who were VITAL transfers from Madison College where the Outpost 422 documentary began.

He now works for the Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs.

Be cautious donating to this project until I get to the bottom of who is running the operation. Lemke is in charge of monuments for the city of Whitewater with the VFW Post.

There is an alternative here at Outpost 422.

Instead of donating a large sum to a group of thugs, you can invest in sharing blogs, which are free.

The blogs support veterans in journalism for post-combat readjustment who will be guided with truth that the veterans lounge is off limits to police jurisdiction and promotes joining the VFW. Outpost 422 monitors and relays academic abuse by the members of the VFW to ranking officials in Congress and the Wisconsin State Capitol.

Buy in does not require money. Team building starts with the “I Will Not Forget” workshop the Outpost 422 service provides for free.

The “I Will Not Forget” campaign is an oratorical task force that builds confidence in those who are falling behind in school. The service is mobile and virtual and only requires an annual sum of $50,000 to operate. Currently, I am self-funding and using bootstrapping with grants to provide the service.

The VFW does not share important information with you as a donor. Only sophistry, which is a persuasive tool the VFW communications operation uses for collecting money.

You as the donator need honesty and the VFW cannot provide you that service. I was a VFW Service Officer and left for this reason.

Please support my workshop as an alternative to handing over money to this group.

The UW Whitewater “I Will Not Forget” workshop trains future journalists how to speak with high-ranking officials in office as a relay for veteran in distress issues as a lobbyist. The project is an open records scavenger hunt for training future applicants for Project Veritas.

Be careful donating.

You can donate through the flow code on my van, which advocates for tearing the building down and using the recycled materials to build a brick monument instead.

A portion of the proceeds will go the “Youth Build Program” and will train Whitewater high school youth how to build brick arches and trim stone.

Outpost 422 is relaying information to Project Veritas for investigation and donation transparency. The notification announces the ongoing investigation behind the transparency issue.

Until we get to the bottom of this and find out where to locate financial reports, please be advised this method of donation collection is sketchy.

Outpost 422 consortium independent study converges with Madison College honors literature review creating ‘social media fusion’ Next Gen presentation

By Brad Burt

Title: Freelance Backpack Journalist at Brad Burt Ad Hoc Ads and Copywriting Services

On Wednesday November 9, 2022, one year after giving a presentation regarding the stigma I have been dealing with in the veterans lounge in the Andersen Library, the journalism undergraduate consortium journey comes full circle at Madison College through Autumn Landmine Productions.

The topic: My ongoing academic barriers with UW Whitewater, who will not provide me the services of the VA VITAL program, which is an obstruction to my success.

UW Whitewater ignored my complaints with members of the Veterans and Servicemembers Organization’s invasion of my VA privacy through President Curtis Lemke.

Lemke attempted to negotiate these services without my consent.

The First Gen presentation shares the success I receive from Madison College, which takes place at the Intercultural Center at the Truax campus at 3:30 p.m.

The video connects the Madison College honors sociology literature review with the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater independent study, which examines the variables with barriers and facilitators for success with veterans and servicemembers attending college, which declares the Hell is Warm on the Homefront 11th hour chaplain service be provided on all UW campuses for mandated reporting with academic abuse.

The patent builds communications fusion by evolving scientific keywords into live stream elements. The elements are the Gonzo-19 documentary published through the Autumn Landmine Productions YouTube Channel and the Bob Cobb Freelance Ink LLC WordPress branded websites through the Jaded Patriot Press newsroom at Outpost 422.

We are examining trauma bonding and diabolical rhetoric. We are spotlighting Machiavellianism as a lobby and corporate capstone class project.

The independent study Gonzo-19 capstone examines the barriers of stigma behind the scenes while the presentation shares the facilitators for success Madison College provided me through tabling events and hosting my Veterans Administration social worker services on campus.

Excerpt from Brad Burt Facebook, the pressroom for Brad Burt Ad Hoc Ads and Copywriting Services:
“Weird. One year later Madison College asked me to host a First Gen presentation regarding barriers, facilitators and stigma veterans face at the University of Wisconsin…” Visit the Brad Burt Facebook timeline to view entire post.

One year earlier, Madison College Phi Theta Kappa asked me if I could share my experience with dealing with Machiavellianism as an adult student veteran with disabilities.

The journey over the last year led to launching a POW MIA lobby through the “I Will Not Forget” campaign.

The road ahead begins Spring 2023, with the fusion of the honors project and independent study, the patenting of 11th hour diary rhetorical analysis on Clarion Radio at “Hell is Warm on the Homefront,” along with building convergent media backpack and citizen journalism workshops that connect those who deal with abuse find a way out from dealing with stigma.

The stigma variable connects all aspect of my barriers for success in college as a lived experience. The story is told through interactive documentary.

Stigma is found in passive aggressive communication academic abuse, which is the meta theme with the “Overcome Impossibility” tagline we use for helping our clients succeed.

Bootstrapping, convergent media bootcamps and summer school advising at UW-W

This semester, we are creating awareness. At the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, we are required to learn Adobe sound, video and advertising production software in a ridiculously short amount of time.

The UW-W curriculum in the communications field requires we learn the software in two weeks.

This is simply not possible. I need your financial support.

I am seeking $50,000 to start up a mobile workshop to help students succeed, especially disabled veterans dealing with brain injuries.

The expectation does not allow us the ability to concentrate on our other course work thus leading to dropping out.

Please scan the bar code and help us launch the next phase of Outpost 422.

Our mindfulness bootcamp teaches those dealing with Adobe stress, a scavenger hunt at the Wisconsin State Capitol that gives them hands on experience with developing a storyboard.

The storyboard shares details regarding assembling the story with Adobe instructions.

The boot camp shares the mindfulness journaling from the Building Blocks of Well-Being Certificate course providing a method of shorthand and interview methods.

The program lasts three weeks and preps those at Madison College for their UW transfer.

Portions of the funding will go to finishing the last course needed for the certificate, “Leading with Emotional Intelligence,” and the launching of our boot camp for a summer internship converging Madison College and UW-W into one practicum transfer experience surveying barriers for success along the way.

No student should be forced to drop out as a result of a overloaded curriculum. I have addressed my concerns with the dean of students and the chancellor.

We need financial support to make it happen.

Gonzo-19 moves to workshop phase for ‘I Will Not Forget’ campaign through Hustler Magazine contact form seeking stakeholders


We are seeking corporate investors join our Autumn Landmine Productions Newsflix firm.

We seek corporate employee assistance firms for helping develop a veteran and pandemic refugee reintegration strategy through the “landing strip” project in honor of Wisconsin Air National Guard MIA 1st Lt. Jerome A. Volk.

The project was developed through a corporate communication class for leadership and team building. We seek investors for developing the next phase.

Landing strips allow those in distress a flow code scan to the Outpost 422 website where vouchers will be made available through surveys. We are a national pandemic distress service.

The backpack journalism brand goes on location and cultivates convergent media for submissions to corporate social responsibility campaigns.

We have hit a snag and need support.

We cannot connect the University of Wisconsin with any content about sex workers and the pornography industry, which was the findings of the Gonzo-19 story.

Instead, we have relayed the recent revelation to Hustler magazine, who saved me from homelessness. As a brand owner, I have to allow their firm the right to publish my story as a token of gratitude.

I cannot discuss the issue inside the confines of the UW brand.

The inquiry was submitted through the Hustler contact submission form. TSA allowed me boarding privileges without a driver’s license, but the Strat did not.

I did not have a passport and strongly urge those who visit Vegas carry one as a backup plan.

Letter Submission to Hustler magazine:


I am conducting an independent study for my journalism final project.

I wanted to write a story about Larry Flynt’s 40th anniversary celebrating free speech and wrote about a trip to Pahrump before I tried to interview John Gruden while visiting Vegas.

I ended up at Larry Flynt’s Hustler Lounge during my Auguust walk and received a VIP experience from a dancer named Strawberry. She saved my life when I returned in December and got kicked out of the Strat for only having VA id.

The limo driver gave me a safe ride and the Lounge vouched for me to stay at Planet Hollywood. I was on the verge of homelessness. I requested I send the story for an independent academic submission to Beaver Hunt thanking Larry Flynt for keeping me safe and for helping people who received Dear John letters in combat receive free Hustler magazines.

My professor is livid and don’t know what else to do. My college disabled veteran reporting outlet is called Outpost 422.com. I have a $2.5 million Go Fund Me campaign. I am trying to raise money to rename our journalism hall from Heide Hall to Hustler Hall to commemorate the POW MIA issue through the disability advocacy of Larry Flynt, who was our topic of choice for our free speech survey in my professor’s law history final paper.

I chose Bobby Seale instead.

I wanted to write another paper and am being told pornographic publishers are not considered academic and could cause a Title IX lawsuit. That’s your gonzo thanks, and documentary logline, for helping a fellow intellectual drifter navigate a close call for saving a disabled veteran in Vegas. I am trying to bootstrap a trip to Los Angeles to finish my documentary.

Please let me know if there are social responsibility grants provided by your philanthropy that could help me out. I could quid pro quo a filmed interview with a member of your firm for a future social responsibility project in Los Angeles.

I am trying to build inclusivity safe zones through the POW MIA issue on Las Vegas Blvd., Hollywood Blvd. and State Street in Madison, Wisconsin. The philanthropy investment will go to helping pandemic refugees and intellectual drifters find resources in times of distress, which is the primary mission of Outpost 422—my registered trademark and disabled veteran college experience.”


Bradley J. Burt

The Hell is Warm on the Homefront Sacred Warrior journey started through the Madison College Launch Your Business branding course

In 2019, after fumbling the baton with the second Madison College Challenge, a class project in 2022 reconnected the experience. The Mindset for Success branding journal reflection shares the story:
Take this  “Creating Your Personal Brand” LinkedIn course through Madison College Learn and then:
  • Tell me 5 things you found important,
  • Take a screen shot of your Completion Certificate and include/attach it for full credit.
  • Add it to your LinkedIn profile if you have one.
Go to – LinkedIn Learning @ Madison College if you are a first-time user of this tool/resource.
This assignment correlates with Outcome #4:  Investigate how social media may influence our personal branding

Shayna and Scott were my mentors. They are my guides. The Linked In video reassured me of the truths about branding. Too little too late. When I began using social media, I was unemployed and dealing with PTSD.

Social media has always appeared as a tabloid. Now, I realize the power of viral campaigning, which is the subject for inspection.

The five things I found important were value, vanity, vintage, volume, and voyeur. The value of your content on social media builds vanity. Vanity manifests through the algorithm. Artificial intelligence markets the meta of the end user, which attracts them to your brand.

This is a mistake as a branded journalist. Bootstrapping is my passion. The vintage factor of our digital footprint could cost us a viral campaign.

The market is flooded with bots. You are competing with the sniffers more than your consumer on YouTube. Keywords build brands based on reputation, which is the vintage factor.

Volume is regulated through analytics. If a person spams too much, the bots flag the brand’s account. I learned this with Facebook business. Analytics drives the campaign. The voyeur is your potential customer who frequents your page but doesn’t stay very long. Collaboratively, the social media community drives the brand.

I was unable to take the quizzes. I have provided a copy of my brand for future use with students. The brand started out in the Practicum 1 course and is the entry to the Madison College Challenge.

Please pass onto Jill for her inspection. My show is being branded through my brand as a specific communications research brand and will be privatizing the VA.

OUTPOST 422 – Burt, Bradley Trademark Registration (uspto.report)

Autumn Landmine Productions Launch: E-seed Startup Surge: Fox Valley Technical College teams veteran entrepreneurs with mentors through innovator program

Mentors from Wisconsin businesses met with veteran entrepreneurs April 23, 2021, offer Zoom coaching sessions during the E-seed Startup Surge Event. The Surge Event The D.J. Bordini Center of Fox Valley Technical College teamed up with the Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs through grant funding to help veterans grow their businesses. The Venture Center Director Amy Pietsch hosted the event during the E-seed Entrepreneurship Series of the Veterans Innovator Course. Pietsch meets with the COHORT 2 class on Tuesdays from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Autumn Landmine Productions Mentors met with a newly forming business called, “Autumn Landmine Productions.” The Zoom session allowed for one-on-one consultation providing feedback and next steps to take. During break out sessions, topics covered ranged from legal paperwork advising, brainstorming,
The Pitch Bradley Burt, founder of Autumn Landmine Productions, went back to college to pursue the Technical Studies Journey Worker Degree. Burt stumbled into the Madison College University of Wisconsin Liberal Arts Transfer program after his return in Fall of 2017. The Madison College Center for Entrepreneurship helped him stay in school to support his income. Burt is creating an online interactive newspaper, The Jaded Patriot, and the Operation: Greenspace Wisconsin veteran newsletter, which captures found footage by at-risk veteran footage takes on his Facebook pages to spotlight socioeconomical hardship. Autumn Landmine Productions operates as the executive producer like a print newspaper. The value proposition provides the viewer with an ethical vantage point versus a biased opinion of bloggers. The minimal viable production collects found footage and produces loglines through storyboarding preproduction, Adobe software production and adheres as a brand to documentary ethics. Autumn Landmine Productions follows the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater ethical standard for publishing during postproduction.
  • Autumn Landmine brings black and white print standards into the multimedia industry when grey areas appear in found footage.
  • Autumn Landmine Productions films documentary through Facebook live and uploaded footage. The footage takers provide the content.
  • Autumn Landmine Productions edits footage according to documentary ethics for publishing purposes.
Burt seeks three angel investors offering each a trustee position on his corporate social responsibility campaign 501 c 3 board. Autumn Landmine seeks $25,000 for start up to establish the online medium through Stellar Blue Technologies. The agency doubles as an at-risk veteran social media safety net called Operation: Greenspace HRF, which gives away Wi-Fi devices to the homeless at the Wisconsin State Capitol as an at-risk veteran checkpoint. They are the Jaded Patriots. Mentor Feedback An entrepreneur’s elevator pitch offers cross-examination by mentors, investors and lenders the opportunity to weigh in on the strengths and weaknesses of a startup. Mentors met with students to narrow their focus and enlighten the road ahead. The feedback from mentors helped Autumn Landmine sort through the nuts and bolts of marketing and revenue streams.
  • Drew Mueske, founder of Tee Forward, offered solid advice by reaching out to his friends at warriorsongs.com to see if they would like to help generate documentaries. Connecting with other veteran organizations helps the community grow.
  • Dana Coyhis, founder of Not for Now LLC, suggested pitching the idea to VICE to generate exposure. Finding that first revenue stream launches the business and will generate more exposure once the first client relationship gets established.
  • Rob Kleman from the Oshkosh Chamber of Commerce provided a wealth of knowledge ranging from legal services, available financing, what not to do and a friendly consultation.
Mentors pointed the agency towards philanthropies who support veterans. The Surge session helped prevent setbacks with new business ventures that launch offering friendly advice. Pietsch guided the sessions between 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. through ten minute sessions on Zoom. Key Supporters and the Road Ahead Autumn Landmine Productions pitches on April 28th to 1 Million Cups for class. The agency seeks to solicit opportunities for key supporters to donate and be listed in documentary credits. Burt will begin shopping for trustees and key supporters to apply for a WDVA grant to create a social media safety network. Autumn Landmine Productions through the recommendation by Pietsch will seek to consult with Stellar Blue Technologies. The grant funding will be used to start up The Jaded Patriot Press after completion of the Publication: Editing Course at UW Whitewater in Spring of 2022. For press inquiries and freelance consultations, please comment or connect through the Autumn Landmine Productions contact page.