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Thursday
May142009

NH Council Of Churches - Rally to Abolish the Death Penalty May 19 

Abolish the Death Penalty Rally

State House Plaza, Concord

5:00 to 6:00 PM May 19, 2009

 

Now is the time to abolish the death penalty in New Hampshire and the U.S.

 

On Tuesday, May 19, 2009, Amnesty International and the New Hampshire Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty will be holding a rally as part of the Global Day of Action for Troy Davis.

 

Background: Troy Davis was convicted of murdering a Georgia police officer in 1991. Nearly two decades later, Davis remains on death row - even though the case against him has completely fallen apart.

 

Learn more about Troy Davis

 

On May 19, 2009, groups and individuals all around the world will be organizing demonstrations, vigils, teach-ins, or other public events to show the State of Georgia that the execution of Troy Davis would be an unacceptable travesty of justice.No physical evidence. No murder weapon. Another man implicated. No court willing to hear the new evidence.

 

The execution date of Troy Davis could be set at any time!

 

Speakers and Music by State Radio's Chad Stoke

Join the NH Coalition Against the Death Penalty at

 

www.NoDeathPenaltyNH.org

 

Wednesday
May132009

NH DHHS - Tuesday, May 12, 2009 H1N1 Update

Concord, NH – The New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) Division of Public Health Services (DPHS) announced this afternoon another New Hampshire resident has been diagnosed with H1N1 (swine) influenza. The newly confirmed case is a 7-year-old from the Upper Valley. The child is doing well and recovering at home. DPHS has conducted an investigation and anyone who may have been exposed to the illness has been identified.

 

Summary of New Hampshire Cases as of May 12, 2009

 

Seventeen cases of H1N1 Confirmed in New Hampshire

 

Concord Hospital employee

Second Concord Hospital employee

Upper Valley resident

3-year-old from greater Nashua area

18-year-old Kearsarge High School student

15-year-old New Hampton student

13-year-old Nashua resident (attends school in Massachusetts)

19-year-old Kearsarge High School student

Second 13-year-old Nashua resident

Derry resident

Rochester resident

10-year-old Bedford resident

Nashua resident

Hudson resident

11-year-old Keene resident

12-year-old Nashua resident (attends school out of state)

7-year-old Upper Valley resident


Samples tested

Through Tuesday afternoon, the DHHS Public Health Labs completed testing on 709 samples. Of these, 671 tested negative for seasonal flu and H1N1, 21samples tested positive for seasonal flu, and 17 tested positive for H1N1.

 

DHHS wants to remind everyone to stay home from work or school if you feel sick; cover your mouth and nose with your sleeve when you cough or sneeze; and wash your hands. These steps can help prevent the spread of illness.

 

For questions about H1N1, possible symptoms, travel information, or other issues related to this illness residents can call 1-888-330-6764 between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. daily. For more information on H1N1 flu, visit www.dhhs.nh.gov or the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) at www.cdc.gov/H1N1flu.

Wednesday
May132009

Daily Grind - ALG in the News: American Spectator

A Neutral Net, or Prior Restraint?
Julius Genachowski is a threat to the freedom of information in the Information Age.

 

The Uncheerful Balloon
$54 trillion owed is not what the next generation envisioned as the American Dream.

 

ALG in the News: American Spectator
ALG's own Don Todd and Nathan Mehrens expose an Obama program to give Big Labor a free pass.

 

Wednesday
May132009

CHQ Poll: How Do You Define Obama? 

Vote in the CHQ Poll to Describe Obama's Political Philosophy


CHQ Poll -After the poll is closed, we'll quickly send the results to all major news organizations, including many overseas media, as well as national reporters, talk show hosts, and syndicated columnists. [vote here]

 

Daily Lickskillet: Read today's Lickskillet comic here to find out KERNEL's "three steps" to voter fraud.

In case you missed it, be sure to check out Richard Viguerie's editorial in the L.A. Times about the need for new management, but old principles, within the Republican Party!

Articles in News From The Front:

Conservatives May Buck Crist

Wanted: A Fighting Party

GOP Revival Tour?

Republicans Need Washingtons, Not Specters

Is A 2010 Republican Comeback Really Impossible?


All of these articles and many others can be accessed through www.ConservativeHQ.com.

Wednesday
May132009

WNO - Sen. David Vitter: Exclusive Video Interview on ACORN 

SOUNDBITE BILLBOARD

Who: Senator David Vitter (R-LA)

What: Exclusive interview regarding ACORN

When: May 12th, 2009

Where: Senator David Vitter's office

 

Soundbite 1:

Length: 00:30 seconds

Vitter quote in-cue: "I've offered two different..

Vitter quote out-cue: ...fraud case in Pennsylvania"

Click here to watch the clip: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6iCQedz0vmk

 

Soundbite 2:

Length: 00:36 seconds

V itter quote in-cue: "We're talking about taxpayer...

Vitter quote out-cue: ...millions of taxpayer dollars"

Click here to watch the clip: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iMicfcfeeS8

 

Soundbite 3:

Length: 00:28 seconds

Vitter quote in-cue: "ACORN is a huge political ally...

Vitter quote out-cue: ...voter fraud and voter registration fraud"

Click here to watch the clip: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1t7WO4OqkOs

 

Soundbite 4:

Length: 00:35 seconds

Vitter quote in-cue: "I think that's really obvious...

Vitter quote out-cue: ... in that year alone"

Click here to watch the clip: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zfBAocF2UPQ