Press Releases



Tea Parties - You are Invited to the WORLD PREMIERE: "Not Evil Just Wrong" 

Please join us for a screening of the film that Al Gore and Hollywood don't want you to see!

“Not Evil Just Wrong”

The feature-length documentary that reveals the true cost of Global Warming hysteria. 

Saturday, October 17th     7:00 p.m.

Hollis Depot Clubhouse

5 Cross Road

Hollis, NH


Admission is FREE

Space is limited – Please RSVP before Thursday, Oct. 15th

Refreshments will be served at minimal prices to cover costs.


RSVP to Mike Rogers


Join the Resistance . . .

against extreme environmentalism that threatens the lives and livelihoods of hundreds of millions of people in the developed and developing world; this is the new road to poverty in America.

Be a part of this record-setting, international Cinematic Tea Party!

Visit  to see the trailer and order the DVD.



NH Department of Corrections Announces New Director of Professional Standards

(Concord, NH) New Hampshire Department of Corrections Commissioner William L. Wrenn announced that Colon Forbes, a veteran state law enforcement official, has been sworn-in as the Director of Professional Standards.

Director Forbes began his law enforcement career with the New Hampshire State Police in 1976. During that time he worked as a Trooper, Detective, Major Crime Investigator, Commander of the Organized Crime Unit, Troop Commander, and Field Commander.  His extensive experience includes the areas of public safety, insurance, corporate security, and risk management.

Commissioner Wrenn said, “Director Forbes has a wide array of experience which will be important in this new position.  He is a focused leader adept at developing effective working relationships with senior management, staff, and members of the public.”

In his new capacity, Director Forbes will oversee all aspects the Department’s Investigations Bureau, Hearings Office, Polygraph Unit, and Audit section. He begins his new duties on October 9, 2009.



NH DHHS - Understanding Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Traumatic Brain Injury Training October 13th

Concord, NH – In response to the significant increase in mental health problems for service men and women, the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) and the Greater Nashua Mental Health Center will host a statewide training for 175 mental health professionals on Tuesday October 13th. The training will feature presentations by national experts in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI). The Director of the National Center for PTSD, Dr. Matthew J. Friedman, and Millennium Professor of Psychiatry at Dartmouth Medical School, Dr. Thomas McAllister will provide participants with an understanding of the psychological health stressors associated with deployment, combat and reintegration experiences. Major Roy Hunter will speak about his deployment experience in Afghanistan. As the New Hampshire National Guard prepares for its largest deployment in its history, this conference will help ensure that upon returning from service, veterans will have access to specially trained mental health professionals throughout the State.

WHAT: Understanding PTSD and TBI

WHERE: Nashua Country Club

                 25 Fairway Street
                Nashua, NH
WHEN: Tuesday, October 13, 2009
                8:30 – 4:00

For more information, please call 603-271-4051


ALG Video Release: RNC vs. GOP over ACORN 

October 9th, 2009, Fairfax, VA--In the following featured video release from ALG News, Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele finds himself pitted against Republican elected officials, whose policies he is supposed to represent.  Recently, he said ACORN CEO Bertha Lewis has done "a phenomal job" much to the chagrin of Republican lawmakers and Americans across the nation who believe ACORN is a corrupt organization that has no business receiving tax dollars:


Shea-Porter Secures More Than $26 Million in Projects for NH in National Defense Authorization Act  

WASHINGTON, DC – Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter today announced that more than $26 million in funding for local New Hampshire projects which she requested was authorized in the Fiscal Year 2010 National Defense Authorization Act.  

“I am pleased that this important funding was included in the National Defense Authorization Act,” said Congresswoman Shea-Porter. “I supported these projects because they will boost our local economy and help keep our country safe.”    

Shea-Porter successfully secured funding for the following projects in the Fiscal Year 2010 National Defense Authorization Act:

$10 million for Replacing Squadron Operations Facilities for the Air National Guard

This funding will enable the 157 Operations Group to consolidate its components into a single building thus improving its command communications and overall efficiency of operations. The fact that not all Operations Group components are co-located in a single facility impacts the efficiency of command communications and operational coordination.

$7.09 million for Gate 2 Security Improvements at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard

This funding will help implement anti-terrorism/force protection measures at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard (PNS).  These measures include constructing a new hardened guard house, active barriers, a permanent privately owned vehicle (POV) inspection shelter, an intrusion detection system, and other security upgrades at Gate 2. The gate/guard stations are the Shipyard’s first line of defense against terrorist attacks. 

$5 million for PolarTec in Hudson for the Multi-Climate Protection System

This funding will allow for the procurement of MCPS modular clothing system for Navy aircrews.  This clothing system provides total performance and protection to Navy aircrews by layering thermal protection and shell garments.  As Naval Air Systems Command required, MCPS offers modular protective clothing system with flame protection, thermal protection, wind and water resistance capabilities, and sufficient, non-bulky insulation.  

$2.25 million for the NHNG for the Joint Command Vehicle

This funding will allow the New Hampshire National Guard to acquire a Joint Command Vehicle with Interoperable Communications Suite. The National Guard lacks the IAA equipment to provide real-time situation awareness. The various natural disasters of the past several years—repeated severe floods, ice storms, and even a tornado—have highlighted the need for this capability.

$2 million for Albany Engineered Composites for the Robust Composite Structural Core for Army Helicopters

This funding will allow for the purchase of a robust structural core material to replace honeycomb parts on Army helicopters. The fragile nature of honeycomb parts is a major problem for DoD and commercial aircraft manufacturers/operators, resulting in extremely high maintenance costs and lost aircraft due to material failure.  The Navy has banned honeycomb on their aircraft, though the uniquely light weight and low production cost of honeycomb parts have left the Navy no other practical choice but to continue to use honeycomb in some applications because no other viable replacement exists.