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If you live in Bow, Candia, Dunbarton, Hooksett or Manchester Wards 1, 2, and 12 tax fighter David Boutin needs your vote tomorrow.
Given that it may snow tomorrow, David will have teams of volunteers willing to drive voters to the polls.
If you need a ride please call (603)225-9341. Your vote is critically important and David wants to make sure you can get to the polls.
Thank You Very Much.

Jeb Bradley


Ayotte For US Senate - Special Election

Dear Friend,

The Special Election for State Senate is tomorrow and if you live in Bow, Candia, Dunbarton, Hooksett, or Manchester Wards 1, 2, or 12 - don't forget to vote for David Boutin!

This weekend, I went door to door with Representative David Boutin and the response from voters was very encouraging. Let's keep the momentum going! To ensure there's a strong turnout for tomorrow's Special Election, we'll need your help. If you're not able to make it to Concord to help in person - you can still help ensure a Republican victory. Just visit this page to contribute or contact BJ Perry at the New Hampshire Republican State Party to find out how you can make calls from home.

Getting Boutin voters to the polls tomorrow will be critical. Your support will help ensure that there is a strong turnout for Republican David Boutin.

Thank you for your continued support.

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Phone Bank Today and Tomorrow at the NHGOP or Phone From Home

• Contact BJ Perry with the New Hampshire Republican State Party for more information at (603)- 225-9341 or


NetRight Daily: Global Warming, State Bailouts and More 

States Should Get No More Bailouts:When Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid released his so-called "jobs bill" in the midst of some of the highest unemployment in recent memory -- for January U-3 would have risen to 10.6 percent and U-6 to 18 percent if not for annual, Census-based population estimates adjustments -- one item that was curiously missing, that was included in the House's $154 billion version: over $71.3 billion for assistance to state governments.

Climategate Scientist Admits No Warming Since 1995:  Professor Phil Jones of Britain's University of East Anglia has admitted in an interview with the BBC that there has been no statistically significant warming in the earth's atmospheric temperatures since 1995, according to London's Daily Mail. (H/T Washington Examiner)

Green Groups Continue "Cap and Trade" Push Despite Junk Science:  Over 3,000 emails and other documents from the University of East Anglia's Climate Research Unit (CRU) that have found their way to the Internet exposing the junk science that has given rise to manmade global warming theories. CRU is the incubator for many of those researchers who have authored the United Nations' global warming reports and fueled the political movement to regulate carbon. 

An Annual Ritual We Can Do Without:  This is the time of year most Americans receive their W-2 and 1099 forms, putting into motion the annual process of calculating the maximum amount they can get back from Uncle Sam.

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CHQ - A Majority Want To Let States Opt Out of Federal Programs 

  59% Favor Letting States Opt Out of Federal Programs
Rasmussen Reports - "Voters strongly believe that a state should have the right to avoid federal programs it doesn't like, but they draw the line at states seceding from the union."

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Other Articles at News From The Front: 

How a grassroots Tea Party rebellion might grow
Forbes - Far from a movement of the far right, the Tea Parties reflect a complex and combustible mix of sentiments from the right and the left, from a hatred of bureaucrats to a hatred of bankers. Just as the early anti-war protests grew, one gets the strong impression that the Tea Party movement is poised to do the same.

Granger facing two grassroots conservative challengers in GOP congressional primary
Fort Worth Star Telegram - Despite Texas' delegation being one of the most conservative in Congress, nearly a dozen of those members -- including Rep. Kay Granger, R-Fort Worth -- are among those being targeted by grassroots activists who are part of the conservative movement.

Poll shows 75% are angry at government
Rasmussen Reports - Voters are madder than ever at the current policies of the federal government. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey shows that 75% of likely voters now say they are at least somewhat angry at the government's current policies, up four points from late November and up nine points since September.  

Why J.D. Hayworth will beat John McCain
Intellectual Conservative - Rachel Alexander writes on the Arizona GOP U.S. Senate contest between Sen. John McCain and challenger JD Hayworth - and articulates the reasons why she believes Hayworth will emerge as the eventual victor.

Texas Poll: Perry has yet to seal deal with GOP voters
Houston Chronicle - A new poll in Texas shows that "Governor Rick Perry holds a commanding lead over his two Republican opponents in a new Houston Chronicle poll, but he still hasn't closed the deal with Republican voters to avoid a runoff with U.S. Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison."

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Gordon Duff


Nearly a Decade Later and We have Nothing
Was the Entire "War on Terror" as ruse?

It is 2010 and we know less about 9/11 each day.  One "fact" after another comes into question until there are now none remaining.  Same thing with the invasion of Iraq.  No weapons of mass destruction existed, no "mobile bio-labs," no nuclear program, no ties to Al Qaida, nothing.  It was all invented, we have proven that much in 7 years of looking and not one piece of paper, not one shred of evidence.

We have been in Afghanistan even longer.  We have never found those magical "training camps" we were looking for.  We never found Usama bin Laden.  In fact, we have found nothing at all.  What should we have found?  If 9/11 was planned in Afghanistan find otu what should have been there..

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