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False Flag in Afghanistan a "Joint Operation"
NATO Opium "Eradication" Guarantees Record Heroin Production in Afghanistan
America's "False Flag" War on Drugs
Right after 4/20 celebration of Weed Day in California, the duo of Supernova Afghan experts from Monterey published their mind-boggling trip on Marja opium.  What could have been a funny frolic for a couple of stoned students, has turned out to be a false flag operation to exonerate ISAF/UK/USA for clandestine promotion of narco-caliphate in Afghanistan and shift the blame squarely on the USSR. 
To detox this opium opus, I'll examine the validity of its claims against the facts...

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Ovide2010: Reform Washington: Let’s send a message together 

Dear Friend,

Tax Day has come and gone, yet our wallets are still feeling the sting.

I'm sick and tired of handing my family's hard-earned cash over to the government - especially when I know what it is paying for: Barack Obama's "stimulus", universal health care, some earmarked pork-barrel project in a town you and I have never even heard of, and a Wall Street executive's year-end bonus! I know you share my frustration with our big spending federal government - and that's why I'm running to be the next U.S. Senator from New Hampshire.

Our state has long set an example in American political culture. And if you send me to Washington, New Hampshire will once again set an example, by initiating the greatest trend in American politics of our lifetimes...


Not just the important work of reforming health care or social security. I'm talking about fundamentally reforming Washington itself.

Will you join me in making Washington accountable to us, the voters? Let's raise $10,000 together before midnight on Friday and send Washington a message that cannot be ignored. Please follow this link to make a contribution of $25, $50, $100, $250 or more.

We have every right to be frustrated with the federal government and those who "represent" us. For too long, special interests and back room dealing have reigned in Washington, and both parties are to blame. It's time to take charge, and change business as usual. I'm ready to offer four pieces of legislation as soon as I am sworn in that will start the ball moving in the right direction:

  • Term limits for all Members of Congress
  • A Constitutional Line-Item Veto for the President
  • Balanced Budget Amendment to the Constitution
  • Elimination of earmarks from the budget process

It won't be easy implementing these four initiatives, but I'm ready to stand on my principles and fight to put Washington on the path towards reform. And perhaps in our children and grandchildren's lifetimes, they won't cringe at the words, "I'm from the government, and I'm here to help."

But it will never happen if we continue to elect career politicians who are looking for a comfortable seat at the special interest table, or others who will simply go along with the party bosses to get along. And that's why I'm asking you to stand with me today. If elected, I pledge to only seek two terms in the Senate and never request an earmark or abuse my position. I further pledge to set an example by making my Senate office expenditures and meeting schedule transparent and open to public view. No back room deals and no runaway spending at taxpayer expense. But I need your support to be that leader.

Can I count on you to help me show Washington we demand reform by following this link and making a contribution of $25, $50, $100, $250 or more to our campaign before midnight on Friday?


Ovide Lamontagne

P.S. I'm sick of the tax-and-spend culture in Washington, and I'm not willing to stick my two daughters with the bill. I'm running for the U.S. Senate to reform business as usual in Washington. Will you join me in sending Washington this message by helping our campaign raise $10,000 before midnight on Friday? Please follow this link right away to make a contribution of $25, $50, $100, $250 or more.


Commonsense - NH Senate Committee Will Hear Testimony on Bill to Study Drug Policies Tomorrow 

After rejecting a marijuana decriminalization bill, senators will consider proposal to study effects of current state and federal laws

CONCORD, NEW HAMPSHIRE – One week after the Senate voted to defeat a marijuana decriminalization bill, the Senate Judiciary Committee will consider public testimony on a bill that would permit a deeper study of drug policy questions by the New Hampshire legislature. HB 1373, which passed the House in an uncontested voice vote Feb. 17, would create a study committee of three House members and two senators “to study the effects of current state and federal laws on illegal drugs and the possession and use of such drugs.”

WHAT: Hearing on HB 1373, a bill creating a study committee to evaluate the effects of state and federal drug policies

WHO: Advocates expected to speak include:

  •  Rep. Joel Winters (D-Manchester), prime sponsor of HB 1373
  •  John Tommasi, former Salem police sergeant who spent two years working undercover as part of the New Hampshire Drug Task Force, currently Senior Lecturer in Economics at Bentley University
  •  Matt Simon, executive director for the NH Coalition for Common Sense Marijuana Policy

WHEN: Wednesday, April 28 at 1:30 p.m.

WHERE: State House Room 103



NRN - Must Reads for April 27, 2010

Americans for Limited Government President Bill Wilson's quote of the day urging the Senate to get the Financial Bill done right: "The only solution for Senators is to demand a completely new bill that actually addresses the root, government causes of the crisis.  In this instance, there is much to be said for starting over and getting it done right… The alternative is to deal with a bill that seeks to micromanage the unintended consequences of the excessive risks taken through government policies, which will not be repealed.  The American people will be more than livid with Senators that adopt an approach that expands government powers when the essential cause of the financial crisis was a government that was (and remains) unaccountable to the risks it was (and is) taking."

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