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Healthcarehorserace - MSNBC: Twisting the News for a Racial Narrative 


CHQ - Remembering Robert Novak Chairman Richard Viguerie Remembers Robert Novak - In his tribute to conservative columnist Robert Novak, Richrd Viguerie writes that "Novak's skill, work ethic, ability and integrity are traits few other journalists possess today. He belonged to a rare breed of journalists seldom seen in the 21st Century, which is why his death will be a great loss to newsrooms, political institutions and America," Viguerie continues. [read the blog here]


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News From The Front:

Jacob Sullum: Astroturf and Sunlight

Seniors Cancelling AARP Membership Over Health Care Reform (Video)

BREITBART: George W. Bush-by-proxy syndrome

Daniel Allott: How Christian conservatives are losing the culture war

Find these articles and more at News From The Front


3rd Annual Manchester City Marathon/ Health Expo 10/31




Manchester, NH – August 18, 2009 - Registration is open for the 3rd Annual Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield Manchester City Marathon and Half Marathon. New this year is the Relay – a great way to participate in the fun but not having to run the full 26.2 miles. Applications for the marathon, half marathon, relay and kids race are available online at Runners can register online or print out an application and register by mail. Last year’s race reached capacity so register early!


The 2009 race will be run on Sunday, November 1st. The MCM is a challenging Boston Qualifier that takes runners on a scenic trip through the historic mill district of the Granite State's largest city. Runners in the full and half marathon will enjoy an exhilarating climb to one of the city's highest points for fabulous views of the Queen City, surrounding areas, and beautiful fall foliage.


Race weekend will be packed with fun events for the entire family. On Friday, October 30th and Saturday, October 31 the State Wide Health Expo will be held at the Radisson Hotel. Legendary Bill Rodgers will be attending the expo and will be presenting a unique sports clinic to attendees. Other local practitioners and vendors will be giving specialized clinics, too. Here, attendees can receive FREE blood pressure screenings, cholesterol screenings and other biometric tests. In addition, flu shots will be made available to those who come.


On Saturday, October 31, the 3nd annual Kids Marathon will be run at stadium, home of the NH Fisher Cats.


On Race day, Athlete’s Village will feature entertainment, live broadcasting from WZID, and many local restaurants will be competing for the title of Best Soup In Manchester. A sure treat for all to enjoy!


Located in southern, Manchester, NH, sites on the banks of the picturesque Merrimack River in Hillsborough County. Just 45 minutes from Boston, the city offers visitors an array of accommodations and dining, as well as activities that the whole family can enjoy! Set your calendars for Sunday, November 1, 2009 and join us for the 3rd Annual Manchester City Marathon and Half Marathon


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Daily News from the Veterans Today Network 

National Security

Ex-DHS Chief Links Politics to Terror Alerts, Commits Treason!

Advancing Political Agenda at dangerous expense of the public good and National Security is a criminal act

By Johnny Punish, Staff Writer
Former Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge claims in a new book "The Test of Our Times: America Under Siege...And How We Can Be Safe Again" that he was pressured by other members of President George W. Bush's Cabinet to raise the nation's terror alert level just before the 2004 presidential election.

Presssured? Is this a bad joke?
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Lamontagne Debuts Just Days After Kelly Ayotte’s Attacks On His Wealthy Upbringing



Today, as Ovide Lamontagne launches his U.S. Senate campaign website,, the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee has made some interesting “discoveries” about Ovide Lamontagne which the people of New Hampshire will be discovering soon as well. As Kelly Ayotte’s recent attacks on Ovide Lamontagne made clear, the former gubernatorial candidate has spent years advocating for policies that benefit only the wealthy, at the expense of the middle-class. Currently, Lamontagne is calling for an immediate, complete repeal of President Obama’s stimulus package, which has saved and created thousands of good paying jobs in New Hampshire. Lamontagne is staunchly anti-choice, opposed the nomination of Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, and doesn’t support health care reform. After the people of New Hampshire get a full view of Lamontagne’s record, they will find an extreme right-wing politician determined to bring New Hampshire back to the failed policies of George W. Bush.


“Once New Hampshire voters discover Ovide Lamontagne, they will find a candidate who has consistently advocated for policies that favor the very wealthy over the middle-class,” said Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee Communications Director Eric Schultz. “Whether it is his unqualified support for George W. Bush’s failed economic policies, his anti-choice stance, or his dismissal of Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, it is clear that Lamontagne wants to take New Hampshire backwards, not forwards, and it’s why he is unfit to serve in the United State Senate.”


Ayotte Criticized Lamontagne’s Allegedly Wealthier Upbringing. In August 2009, Ayotte introduced an attack on her GOP primary opponent Ovide Lamontagne contrasting his presumably wealthier upbringing to her middle class background. According to Red Hampshire, “While she mentioned Paul Hodes by name throughout her stump speech she did take the opportunity to fire one of her first shots across the bow of the GOP Primary. She also took her first slap at potential primary rival Ovide Lamontagne, contrasting her middle-class background and strong family connections in the state with Lamontagne’s (presumably large and fancy) farm.” [Red Hampshire Blog, 8/17/09]