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CHQ - Bad adults are doing bad things to our children and grandchildren 

Dear Fellow Conservative,


Are you dismayed, even angry, at the way pop culture seems to want to turn American children against their parents?


You're not alone.


My name is Richard A. Viguerie, and you may know me as an author, longtime conservative activist and chairman of


But I'm also something far more important: A parent of three children and a proud grandparent of six.


And as a parent or a grandparent yourself you know it's a real challenge to protect kids from pop culture pollution.


The television and music industries, Hollywood and other forces pollute your home through your television, your computer and your car radio.


Even schools can be places where kids learn bad language, bad attitudes, and even worse, a place where they're exposed to drugs and sex.


The radicals who dictate pop culture aren't just out to make a buck off your kids: They're intent on replacing the values you've taught your children with their values.


It's called the Culture War.


But I didn't send you this e-mail to complain. Because complaining about the problem won't protect your children from these predators.


I sent you this e-mail to tell you how to protect your children or grandchildren from these dangerous ideas and behaviors.


My good friend Rebecca Hagelin has just written a book called "30 Ways in 30 Days to Save Your Family." Rebecca Hagelin's book provides you with 30 concrete steps you can take to raise kids who will tower above the pop culture.


Click here to buy it now at a 30 percent discount off the cover price at


You may have heard of Rebecca or seen one of her many TV appearances. (In fact you'll be able to see her discussing her new book tonight (April 6th)on Fox TV with Sean Hannity at 9 pm Eastern.)


Rebecca is a mother of three teen-agers, a senior fellow at the conservative Heritage Foundation and a longtime pro-family advocate in Washington, DC.


You can read more about Rebecca and her family by visiting her website. And while you're there please sign up for free e-mails about how you can improve your family relationships.


In "30 Ways in 30 Days to Save Your Family," Rebecca Hagelin shares tips and stories to help you protect your children by taking practical steps like these:


Fight the culture, not your child


Protect your children from adults who seek to replace your values with theirs


Identify parents who share your vision for what childhood should look like - because you are not alone


Be your family's movie critic, and obtain a reliable Internet filter


Set clothing standards for your son and daughter that reflect they are to be respected and admired for who they truly are


Recognize when and how marketers target your children . . . so you can replace their messages with your own guidance


Let's face it: As a parent today you're struggling to raise your children to be strong, thoughtful adults of good character. But between work, and grocery shopping, and operating a taxi service to get the kids where they need to go, you simply can't monitor your kids every minute.


You need help. And this compelling, common-sense book provides you with all the help you'll need to raise kids who don't need Hollywood values because they've learned your values instead.


Click here to buy "30 Ways in 30 Days to Save Your Family" at a 30 percent discount of the cover price.


While raising her own three children Rebecca Hagelin devised hundreds of ways to protect her own children from pop culture pollution.


Then she narrowed the list down to just 30 simple things you can do - over the next 30 says - to protect your children as well.


This conservative thinker, author and mother has already done all the heavy lifting. All you have to do is click your mouse and this valuable parenting book will appear in your mailbox in a few days.


Since Rebecca's Hagelin's book is being released today you could be the first one in your neighborhood to have it - and the first to share it with other parents.


By the way, you can send Rebecca an e-mail when you visit her site. Just click here:


Rebecca's book is geared toward parents and grandparents, but it's also useful for friends and family members who are aunts, uncles, teachers, coaches, Sunday School instructors, etc.


By the way, if you haven't heard about Rebecca Hagelin's previous book, the title says it all: "Home Invasion: Protecting Your Family in a Culture That's Gone Stark Raving Mad."


The truth hurts: Our culture has gone stark-raving mad. But it's also true that you don't have to sit there and let your children be victimized by it.


No matter how helpless you might feel, there IS something you can do: Buy "30 Ways in 30 Days to Save Your Family" right now by clicking here:


If your kids are no longer at home, consider buying copies of this book as Mother's Day gifts and Father's Day gifts for relatives and friends. I'm sure you know parents who are concerned (or should be concerned) about what their kids are doing when they're not around.


They'llthank you for sending them "30 Ways in 30 Days to Save Your Family."


Please consider forwarding this e-mail to your friends, neighbors, church group, relatives, co-workers and anyone who has teen-agers.


They may desperately need help, and not know where to turn.


By sending them this book you'll be showing them the way.


NH DHHS - Immunization Awards Presented to Four Organizations and One Individual

New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services Celebrates National Public Health Week


Concord, NH – This year the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) presented Excellence in Immunization Awards to four organizations and one individual for outstanding achievement in immunization. The awards were presented at the first annual New Hampshire Immunization Conference.


“New Hampshire’s immunization system which allows all children to receive potentially life-saving vaccinations free of charge is a huge public health benefit for everyone in the State, and definitely something that should be celebrated,” said DHHS Commissioner Nicholas Toumpas.


This year’s award winners included: John Modlin, MD, of the Department of Pedicatrics at Dartmouth Medical School and Medical Director of the Children’s Hospital at Dartmouth Dartmouth Hitchcock in Lebanon who received the Excellence in Provider Education; New London Hospital Practices, Inc., which was recognized for Excellence in Clinical Staff Education; the Nashua Health Department, which was honored for Excellence in Patient Education; the Durham Health Center, which received the Excellence in VFC Award (Vaccines for Children – a federal program); and the New Hampshire Vaccine Association, which also received a standing ovation, for Extraordinary Service to the Children of New Hampshire. The New Hampshire Vaccine Association is made up of the health insurance companies doing business in the State of New Hampshire. They give to a State fund which, when combined with federal and state grants, purchases all vaccines for all children in the State.


“We are very fortunate in New Hampshire to have a program such as Vaccines for Children,” said Dr. José Montero, Director of Public Health at DHHS, “but we are just as fortunate to have such wonderful providers as the Immunization Award recipients honored this year. The New Hampshire Immunization Program could not do all that it does without them.” The New Hampshire Immunization Program at DHHS received the 2009 National Immunization Survey award for the highest estimated vaccination coverage for the childhood series of vaccines of all the 50 states this year. The State also came in second for percentage of children aged 6-23 months who were fully vaccinated against influenza during the 2006-07 season.


Immunization is one of the topics DHHS is focusing on this week in recognition of National Public Health Week. For more information about the NH Immunization Program, visit the DHHS website at or call 603-271-4482.


For more information about National Public Health Week visit


Manchester Mayor Frank Guinta's Public Schedule (April 4-12, 2009)

Monday, April 6, 2009

12:30 p.m. – Manchester Rotary (keynote speaker); Chateau Restaurant; 201 Hanover St.; Manchester


Tuesday, March 7, 2009

2:00 pm. – Meeting with Lord and Lady Provost of Glasgow, Scotland; Mayor’s Office; One City Hall Plaza; Manchester

3:00 p.m. – Fisher Cats Day at the Boys and Girls Club of Manchester; 555 Union St.; Manchester

6:30 p.m. – Special meeting of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen (public hearing – zoning ordinance); Aldermanic Chambers; One City Hall Plaza; Manchester

7:00 p.m. – Regular meeting of the Board of Mayor and Aldermen; Aldermanic Chambers; One City Hall Plaza; Manchester


Thursday, April 9, 2009

8:00 a.m. – Queen City Rotary (keynote speaker); Chateau Restaurant; 201 Hanover St.; Manchester


Please contact Mark Laliberte at (603) 624-6500 or for more information about any of these events.



“The Bud Martin camp has deployed a ruthless ‘hired gun’ — a campaign manager who once posed an opposing candidate in Nazi regalia — to eviscerate Republican opponent Jeb Bradley in the race for state Senate...”


-Conway Daily Sun On The Martin Campaign’s Politics Of Personal Destruction (4/3/09)



Top Martin aide canned from 2006 Democratic campaign after Nazi flap

Conway Daily Sun

Nate Giarnese

April 3, 2009



The Bud Martin camp has deployed a ruthless “hired gun” — a campaign manager who once posed an opposing candidate in Nazi regalia — to eviscerate Republican opponent Jeb Bradley in the race for state Senate, the GOP is complaining.

“They brought in a specialist in campaigns based on personal attacks and distortion instead of discussion of the issues,” party chair John E. [sic] Sununu said in a release this week attacking Martin campaign guru, Joe Elcock.

Elcock was fired from the 2006 Coleen Rowley campaign for Congress in Minnesota after the campaign doctored a photo of GOP opponent John Kline to look like Nazi Col. Klink from "Hogan's Heroes," the GOP revealed this week.

Elcock, who did not return a phone call Thursday, has attempted to blame a lower-level staffer. The Rowley campaign meant it as a humorous stunt, but it fueled outrage and an apology from Rowley, conservative Web site Granite Grok reported.

“In a bizarre and contradictory statement, Elcock also said, 'It wasn't the intention of the campaign to make John Kline look like a Nazi,'" Granite Grok reported.



NH GOP - ICYMI: Martin (D) Refuses To Tell District 3 Voters Where He Stands On Major Issues 

“The Sandwich Democrat in a weekend TV interview declined to weigh in on bids to repeal the death penalty and legalize same sex marriage, two bills that passed the Democrat-controlled House last week.”


-Conway Daily Sun On Willard “Bud” Martin’s Refusal To Discuss His Campaign Platform (4/3/09)




GOP: Martin Hiding From Death Penalty And Gay Marriage

Conway Daily Sun

Nate Giarnese

April 3, 2009



Republicans are pouncing on a refusal by Willard “Bud” Martin to take sides on controversial gay marriage and death penalty legislation, less than a month before a special election could make him the deciding vote in the state Senate.

The Sandwich Democrat in a weekend TV interview declined to weigh in on bids to repeal the death penalty and legalize same sex marriage, two bills that passed the Democrat-controlled House last week.

Martin told WMUR in the interview aired Sunday he didn't want to send a “postcard” telegraphing how he'd cast votes, noting he'd first grant “hearings” to constituents.

He also said taxes had become a “pejorative” and that voters should first consider if they want to “fix the potholes” and then figure out how to pay for services.

The state arm of the GOP blasted Martin for “praising higher taxes” and tiptoeing around hot-button social issues to hide his liberal bent.
“Bud Martin needs to stop dodging the issues and answer questions about his support for the radical bills coming through the Legislature,” said New Hampshire Republican State Committee communications director, Ryan Williams.

“Working families simply can’t afford Bud Martin’s disastrous tax and spend agenda,” he added.


But Martin, who was not gentle attacking Denley's record as a one-term state representative, has walked into a new level of combat with Bradley. The battle-scarred heavyweight, fighting for his political life after two tough losses, has seized on two polarizing social issues that are even splitting some Democrats.

Gov. John Lynch, who has campaigned in person for Martin, Thursday said at an appearance in Hale's Location he still believed marriage was "between a man and a woman."