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Scott Brown Is So Phony, Even His Ads Are Faked

Accidental Sen. Scott Brown (R-Elsewhere) has always struck us as a manufactured item, and his latest ad in the 2014 New Hampshire Senate rumpus only cements that impression. 146 more words

Perry: NH Should Be Embarrassed By Shaheen

BOSTON (AP) - Texas Gov. Rick Perry says New Hampshire voters should be embarrassed by Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen’s record on border security.

The Republican governor weighed in on New Hampshire’s Senate race on Tuesday in a conference call with reporters. 196 more words

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Perry takes border push to New Hampshire

(CNN) — In a move with both 2014 and 2016 implications, Texas Gov. Rick Perry will weigh in Tuesday on the U.S. Senate battle in New Hampshire. 801 more words

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U.S. Senate candidate Andy Martin smokes out “Slippery Scott” Brown; both candidates appear in Epping, NH

Republican U. S. Senate candidate Andy Martin accomplished something Sunday, July 27th that local Republican committees had been unable to accomplish for weeks: Andy smoked out “Slippery Scott” Brown and forced Brown to face Andy in a candidate forum where all of the party’s candidates were welcome to participate. 1,078 more words

Border crisis front and center in important Senate race

(CNN) — The border crisis is moving from the headlines to the campaign air wars.

Senate candidate Scott Brown is going up with a new television commercial that links Democratic Sen. 636 more words

New Hampshire

Small, quirky and fun: "Gutenberg! The Musical!" at the Theater Barn

Gutenberg! The Musical! at the Theater Barn
Theatre Review by Gail M. Burns and Larry Murray

Gail M. Burns: Gutenberg! The Musical! is the kind of small, quirky musical that the Theater Barn does extremely well, and that their audience just loves. 953 more words

Theatre

SCOTT BROWN SHOULD BE CHALLENGING JEAN SHAHEEN FOR THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINATION

I watched the news the other night and was amazed as Scott Brown, a paid consultant for Fox News, had a good 15-minute one-on-one with Brett Baier.  521 more words