Political Chowder Sunday Feb 10, WZMY TV Comcast 18 including Groveton Mill


Thoughts from Super Tuesday
From  Marc Ambinder: Ouch, but True (A story of campaign cash)
Barack Obama: "change we can believe in"
Hillary Clinton: needs a can to leave change in.
Mitt's Exit Stage Right
Can McCain survive the attack of the TALKERS?

What's up with the Maine caucus?
A glossy mailing from Hell - Republicans take issue with congressional mailings
Should 17-year olds vote in a Primary?

Pulp Non-Fiction - Saying goodbye to a mill and a paper driven economy.

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


Political Chowder with host Arnie Arnesen
is New Hampshire's newest political television show. Tune in Sunday, February 10, 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 38 public access stations, serving over 89 cities and towns across NH. Check local listings for times and dates.

Part One - The Week in Rewind

Kevin Landrigan, Political Reporter Nashua Telegraph
Jeff Feingold, Editor NH Business Review

Part Two - The North Country Challenge

Commissioner Richard Brothers - NH Employment Security
Michael Vlacich - State Economic Development Director

Part Three - Pulp Non-fiction (losing a Mill...the nature of the loss)

Ronald and  Debra LaFlamme - mill worker of 32 years (laid off) and spouse
Brenda Dowst - Community Consultant and Coos County Native

go to www.politicalchowder.com for pod cast and google video of the program (archive materials available).

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D. Arnie Arnesen
Executive Producer and Host
252 Main Street #5
Hopkinton, NH 03229