A potpourri of NH and presidential topics …
· It's all about the women – Hillary picks up some female political endorsements but Obama matches her catch-for-catch
· Talk about torture. Did you see the Republican debate?
· Hagel takes a swipe at Gonzales and Mayor Bloomberg outpolls Giuliani in NYC. How do you spell third party?
· Rev Falwell dies. What is his legacy?
· Can't drop out; can't smoke; milk is more dear; but thank God that economic windfall, hemp, continues to be outlawed.
· 2008 Presidential candidate Ronald Reagan (all the Republicans want to be him) now has a NH network
· Hillary and Obama agree that we should bring the troops home (before they take the reins)
· GOING GREEN – How do 6,000 people combine to have zero effect on the environment? A university leads the way.
All this and more, Sunday @ 11am on Political Chowder
Political Chowder with host Arnie Arnesen is New Hampshire's newest political television show. Tune in Sunday, May 20, from 11 to Noon EST on MyTV (WZMY-TV – Comcast 18 or Comcast 6 and Dish and DirecTV ). Political Chowder re-airs during the week on 48 public access stations, serving about 90 cities and towns across NH. Check local listings for times and dates.
The Week in Rewind goes political (no surprise):
Donna Sytek - former Speaker of the House (the Mother Superior of this panel)
Dave Carney – Republican consultant (hack)
Rick Newman – lobbyist (beer, butts and booze)
The Interview: Going Green – a university's promise to the environment
Southern New Hampshire University has made a commitment to decrease its carbon footprint. How does a major university go about doing that?
President Paul LeBlanc – Southern NH University
Roy Morrison – Energy consultant
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