What is in the Chowder This Week?


The Week in Rewind:

700 billion reasons to love (ok stomach) and hate the bailout

Debate 1: Palin vrs. Biden

The Ifill distraction

Debate 2: Lynch vrs. Kenney

Debate 3: Sununu vrs. Shaheen

Who owns your mortgage? That is the problem.

NH Revenue Shortfall (how big a fall?)

Cigarette Tax Increase - NOT YET

The Car Industry - from Freudenberg Laconia closing to loans to the Big Three (sadly big no more)

Student Voting...what are the NH rules?

All this and more, Sunday @ 11a.m. on Political Chowder

Political Chowder with host Arnie Arnesen

Tune in Sunday, October 5 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 39 public access stations, serving over 89 cities and towns across NH. Check local listings for times and dates.

Part One - Week in Rewind
Labor Leader Gail Kinney (AFL-CIO)
Lawyer John Lyons (McCain Exec. Committee)
Lobbyist Rick Newman (tobacco industry)
Part Two - Student Voting...the rules
Attorney Paul Twomey

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Chowder in the Morning with Arnie 1110 AM WCCM 6-9am daily

streaming live on the Internet at www.1110WCCMam.com
Radio regulars include:
Republican Consultant Dave Carney
Nashua Telegraph Business Columnist Tony Paradiso
Iowa State Political Science Professor Steffen Schmidt
Mother Jones Washington Editor David Corn
Democratic Analyst Michael Goldman
Manchester Mayor Guinta and Nashua Mayor Lozeau
Dan Mitchell WKBK Radio Keene
Amy Diaz Hippo Press Movie Reviewer
John Molori, Sports


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