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NetRight Daily: Walpin-gate, IMF and Audit the Fed 

Walpin-gate: From the Washington Times comes this story: Congress ought to open an investigation, New York Times editorialists should be in a state of apoplexy, and MSNBC hosts ought to be frothing at the mouth. Without appropriate documentation or good reason, President Obama has fired a federal investigator who was on the case against a political ally of the president's. Mr. Obama's move has the stench of scandal.


$100 Billion IMF Credit Line on the Fast Track, or Off the Track?:Late last week, House and Senate negotiators agreed to language for what is now a nearly $106 billion war supplemental, bringing to the floor of both bodies legislation that has been delayed for nearly 2 weeks.


Interview with Ron Paul on "Audit the Fed" Tomorrow: Post your questions in the comments section until midnight tonight and I'll be sure to include them in the interview. The video will go up as soon as we get it edited tomorrow afternoon.


VIDEO: Five Reasons to Reject Class-Warfare Tax Policy: Kudos to Dan Mitchell at Center for Freedom and Prosperity Foundation for making this video.


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Daily News from the Veterans Today Network 

Covering a Lie with Another Lie
Punishing "Phonies" and Honor "Heroes"
A Circus Sideshow for Special Interest Groups
by Gordon Duff, Staff Writer

When I was a Marine in Vietnam, yes a combat infantryman, medals were handed out to "rear eschelon" non-combatants like candy but almost never to the men who fought and died in combat. In fact, our unit had two old mimeograph sheets, one for the Bronze Star and one for the Silver Star hang on nails in the S-3 hooch. The same story, a lie, was used to give out each medal, changing the name and the date.
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Manchester Mayor Frank Guinta's Public Schedule (June 13-21, 2009) 

Monday, June 15, 2009

6:30 p.m. – Manchester School of Technology adult learning graduation ceremony; Manchester Central High School; 207 Lowell St.; Manchester


Tuesday, June 16, 2009

10:00 a.m. – Jolicoeur School graduation celebration; 200 Zachary Road; Manchester

6:00 p.m. – Special meeting of the Board and Mayor and Aldermen (Manchester Transit Authority discussions); Aldermanic Chambers; One City Hall Plaza; Manchester


Wednesday, June 17, 2009

7:00 p.m. – Manchester Moves public presentation; University of New Hampshire-Manchester; 400 Commercial St.; Manchester


Thursday, June 18, 2009

8:00 a.m. – Memorial High School Awards Day celebration; Memorial High School; One Crusader Way; Manchester

3:00 p.m. – New England Brace ribbon-cutting; 15 Nelson St. (former Zyla’s); Manchester


Friday, June 19, 2009

12:00 p.m. – Mayor’s senior luncheon; Center of New Hampshire; 700 Elm St.; Manchester


Saturday, June 20, 2009 (HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION DAY)

All events at the Verizon Wireless Arena; 555 Elm St.; Manchester

9:30 a.m. – Manchester Central High School

2:00 p.m. – Manchester Memorial High School

6:30 p.m. – Manchester West High School


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




NetRight Daily: Audit the Fed Update 

Audit the Fed Update: Over the past week, a number of new signers have joined in the efforts of supporting H.R. 1207, the Audit the Fed bill sponsored by Ron Paul. The total number of cosponsors that are now on the bill has surpassed a majority of the members of congress and currently has 223 co-sponsors!


Keep FDA Away From Tobacco:The Senate passed legislation earlier today that would place Tobacco under the control of the FDA. See how your Congressman or Senator voted. Also, be sure to read this great article on the problems this regulation will bring.


"Mr. Brown's" Brown Shirts: I have decided to write an open letter to the Democrat members of Congress. And I'm sharing it with you, dear reader, since it helps illustrate anew why Mark Twain called Congress "America's only truly criminal class."


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Shea-Porter Announces Nearly $2 Million for UNH 

WASHINGTON D.C. – Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter today announced that the University of New Hampshire (UNH) will receive a $1,776,000 grant to improve their fixed route service (UNH’s transportation shuttle service). This funding is awarded through the Federal Transit Administration of the Department of Transportation and made possible by the passage of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act.


“This grant is great news for UNH students,” said Congresswoman She-Porter. “UNH students use the campus shuttle every day, and it is important that it runs smoothly.”