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to their success”. One life skill that is arguably as rewarding as it is important is the mastery of kitchen basics. And so, with the support of Wolfeboro Inn General Manager Darrin Frowery and with the encouragement of Kingswood Youth Center Kitchen Facilitator Zach Porter, the

eight chef wannabes can rightfully claim at least a small measure of gustatory greatness. The program was conceived by the Wolf Pack, a group of the Wolfeboro Inn’s culinary team and ambassadors of goodwill. Their mission, as they define it, is to give back See chefs on 22

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Be at the Franklin Opera House on Saturday, November 9, at 7:30pm. for the Jandee Lee Porter band. The Jandee Lee Porter band features cover material and an arsenal of original music covering many generations, which will make you think you’ve heard it on the radio before. They continue to explore different original music all while playing current and older hits. In the past, they have opened for such renowned country music artists as the Zac Brown Band, Reba McIntyre, Jo Dee Messina, Leeann Rimes, and Kellie Pickler, and they will be opening this year for Montgomery Gentry. For tickets or information contact the Franklin Opera House at (603) 9341901 or visit the website at franklinoperahouse.org. Tickets are $18 for adults, $16 for seniors and $10 for children age 12 and under. Seating is reserved, so ordering in advance is advised.

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Belknap Mill, Laconia. M-F 9am-5pm. Over 100 images represent the best efforts of LRCC members. 340-2359

Thursday 31st Nosferatu – Silent Film Series

The flying Monkey, Plymouth. 6:30pm. $10pp. 536-2551

Bill Payne of Little Feat with Truffle

Rochester Opera House, 31 Wakefield Street, Rochester. Doors open 7pm. $23pp. 335-1992

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White Mountains Community College, Littleton. 9-11am. Seating is limited. 535-3222

NOV Friday 1st Rusty Moose Halloween Party

Rusty Moose Restaurant & Pub. 15 Homestead Place, Alton Traffic Circle, Alton. Costume prizes. Great selection of craft and local beers. 603-8552012.

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Hampton Beach Casino Ballroom, 169 Ocean Blvd., Hampton Beach. 9294100 or www.casinoballroom.com

Fri. 1st – Sat. 16th Monty Python’s Spamalot

The Palace Theatre, 80 Hanover Street, Manchester. A musical based on Monty Python and the Holy Grail. 668-5588 or www.palacetheatre.org

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Cheryl Wheeler & John Gorka

Capitol Center for the Arts, Concord. 225-1111 or www.ccanh.com

The Flying Monkey, 39 Main Street, Plymouth. 536-2551

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Goodfellas Pizzeria, 66 Washington Street, Rochester. Pub style eatery serving up thin crust brick oven pizza. 332-9842

St. John’s Methodist Church, 28 Cataract Ave, Dover. 8am-1pm. 7423046

Holiday Fair

Masonic Lodge, 410 West Main Street, Tilton. 8am-2pm. Proceeds aid in local charities.

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Laconia High School, Union Ave, Laconia. The Streetcar Company presents Frederick Knott’s suspensethriller. Fri. and Sat. 7pm. Sun. 2pm. www.streetcarcompany.com

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Bristol Baptist Church, 30 Summer Street, Bristol. 5-7pm. $8/adult, $4/ child or $22/family of 4. 744-3885

Snowman Craft Fair

Bow Mills United Methodist Church, 505 South Street, Bow. 9am-2pm. HHoliday crafts, handmade items, themed gift baskets, special gifts for pet owners, cookie walk and more. 224-0884

Paul Taylor 2 Dance Company

Hanaway Theatre, Plymouth State University, Plymouth. 8pm. 535-ARTS

Digestive Health & Wellness Class

Sunflower Natural Foods, 390 S. Main Street, Laconia. 10am-noon. Class if free but space is limited. Preregistration recommended. 524-6334

Gunstock Ski Club’s Ski & Snowboard Sale

Gunstock Main Lodge, Route 11A, Gilford. Over a million dollars of inventory spread over three floors from local area ski shops. Experts will be on hand to help you get booted and suited for the winter. 528-5553

Alternative Health & Wellness Fair

The Victoria Inn Bed & Breakfast, 430 High Street, Hampton. 11am-5pm. Free and open to the public. www. thevictoriainn.com 929-1437

Meredith Walks! – Historic Walking Tour of Meredith

Gather at the Community Park, Main Street, Meredith. 10am. Event is open to everyone and offers an opportunity to learn more about Meredith’s distinctive history and architectural heritage. 279-0142

St. Gabriel Holiday “Angel” Fair

Parish Center, 15 Elkins Street, Franklin. 8am-6pm. Crafts, jewelry, raffles, baked goods and more. Prize drawing at 6pm.

Holiday Fair

Eliot United Methodist Church, 238 Harold Dow Highway, Eliot, Maine. 9am-2pm. 207-439-6593

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Kingswood Regional High School, Wolfeboro. 9:30am-4:30pm. Free and open to the public. 630-2708

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Bayswater Book Co. to Host Author Edie Clark Bayswater Book Co. of Center Harbor is proud to welcome New Hampshire writer and editor, Edie Clark on Friday, November 1st, from 10am to Noon as she introduces her newest book, What There Was Not To Tell. When asked to describe her newest work, she writes: “This is a book about war, what war does to anyone it touches, how the loss of one man (the man my mother hoped to marry) affected not only my mother, his family, and her own family, but also my sister and myself as we grew up, aware of the loss of Tom but unable to understand it. Based on more than 2,000 letters left to me after my parents died, What There Was Not To Tell tells the specific story of our family’s loss which could be the story of any family who has lost a soldier in war, any war. The book took me 15 years to put together, starting with the massive task of reading through the letters and transcribing them into my computer and ending with an odyssey that took me to Camp Lejeune where my mother trained to be a Marine in an effort to look for Tom, to San Diego to see where she worked during the war and ultimately to Hawaii in search of Tom’s grave. The journey to find Tom took me many places, physical and emotional and was ultimately redemptive.” Can’t make the event? Give Bayswater a call at 603-2538858.

Three Distinguished Artists At Folk Festival in Plymouth On Saturday, November 2nd the Flying Monkey Performance Center in Plymouth welcomes Cheryl Wheeler and John Gorka. Arlo Guthrie returns to the Monkey stage with a full band and new show on Thursday, November 7th. All three performers are known as natural-born storytellers, weaving tales and anecdotes and humor into their performances, while simultaneously showcasing their accomplished musicianship and songwriting. Tickets to the Wheeler/Gorka concert are $29, and $35 for premier seating. Tickets for Arlo Guthrie and his band are $49, and $59 for premier seating. For tickets and more information on the concert and the Flying Monkey Performance Center, visit www.flyingmonkeyNH.com or call 603536-2551.

Paul Bergeron with Lakes Region Symphony Saturday, November 9, the Lakes Region Symphony Orchestra will perform at the InterLakes Auditorium in Meredith at 7:30pm. Featured is the 2013 Concerto Competition winner cellist Paul Bergeron performing LALO “Concerto for Cello in D minor - Prelude”. Also on the program are Rossini’s “William Tell Overture” and Mendelsshon”s Symphony #5 in D minor, Reformation”. Tickets are $15 for adults and $8 for students. More information at www. LRSO.org.

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Adults? To The Editor: Dick Devens, Jon Hoyt, Kate Miller, James Veverka, Ed Allard, and other radical leftists that believe politicians should control how you live and spend your hard earned money are rejoicing. The “adults”, President Obama, Nancy Pelosi, Harry Reid, other elected Democrats and Republicans who forgot their campaign promises, have “won” and can force Obamacare down our throats. But not everyone has to comply with Obamacare. President Obama exempts groups, like Congress, when it is politically expedient. Big business is exempted to delay the massive layoffs and/or losses of employee health insurance that get nation-wide publicity. Senators Cruz and Lee, the “wacko birds”, and Conservative House Republicans were unsuccessful in saving Americans from Obamacare. Did you, a family member, or friend lose your/ their health insurance? Did premiums increase? Have you lost access to, or insurance for, your doctor or hospital? Thank the adults! Have your work hours, or those of a family member or friend been cut below 30 hours to avoid Obamacare requirements? Has anyone lost a job? Thank the adults! Have you wasted hours

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unsuccessfully trying to sign-up on the Obamcare exchange? Millions of people can thank the adults! Did you enjoy giving so much personal information to “navigators” knowing that some aren’t fully trained and some have criminal histories? Are you concerned that your personal information will be in a government database, accessible by many thousands of people, and very susceptible to public disclosure, identity theft, or misuse? Thank the adults! Obamacare costs three times what was promised. It will raise, not lower, healthcare costs. We will pay for Obamacare in higher taxes, in poorer quality care, or both. Thank the adults! Obamacare taxes and regulations are eliminating low value medical services, drugs, and devices and reducing investments to create new treatments that you might need sometime. Thank the adults! Your healthcare is now in the hands of the adults who can’t balance the budget, who won’t stop $125 billion in fraud and waste annually, who created our $17+ trillion national debt, who promised $90 trillion more future benefits than they funded, and let 11 million illegal aliens roam our country, victimizing Americans, increasing our taxes, and harming American workers by taking scarce jobs and

This newspaper was first published in 1883 by Mathew H. Calvert as Calvert’s Weirs Times and Tourists’ Gazette and continued until Mr. Calvert’s death in 1902. The new Weirs Times was re-established in 1992 and strives to maintain the patriotic spirit of its predecessor as well as his devotion to the interests of Lake Winnipesaukee and the Cocheco Valley area with the new Cocheco Times. Our newspaper’s masthead and the map of Lake Winnipesaukee in the center spread are elements in today’s paper which are taken from Calvert’s historic publication.

depressing wages. Considering the record of the “adults”, our country would be better off in the hands of the “wacko birds” and others who oppose what the “adults” have been doing. Don Ewing Meredith, NH

Support Homeless Vets To the Editor: Last year we asked residents in the Meredith area to donate coats, sleeping bags and other winter apparel to Liberty House, a shelter for homeless veterans in Manchester and you generously responded. With winter approaching, they need your help again. Please check your closets for any winter clothing, hats, gloves, etc. or sleeping bags you no longer use and drop them off at Village Canvas, 31 Foundry Ave. in Meredith by November 8th. and we will deliver them. We ask your help in continuing to support New Hampshire’s homeless veterans population, many of whom are combat veterans, by donating to Liberty House. Liz and Bev Lapham Meredith, NH.

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I was going to write my Halloween column last week, but the city I live in has decided that any stories about Halloween had to be written on Monday, October 28th, between the hours of 4 and 6pm. I knew that hours for trick-or-treating have, for the past several years, been regulated, letting kids have a lot of fun, but only for a little while, but I was quite surprised to find out about this other restriction as well. I didn’t even think twice about it this year. Seeing Halloween was on a Thursday, I couldn’t imagine that having trick-or-treating on a different night would make any difference. But, I was sad to learn, that some cities and towns were, for whatever reason, only letting kids trick or treat on the night before Halloween. After all, they know best. It was quite a shock to find out about the “Designated Hours for Writing About Trick or Treating� rule. Even though the powers that be in my city were sane enough to have decided that trick or treating would happen on Halloween itself, they have still put in this restriction on writing about it. Needless to say, it has caused a great disruption in my routine. If I had known, I would have

tackled this Halloween column a week early. I did go to City Hall to quietly protest that, since this paper is on a certain publishing schedule, that I should exempt from “Designated Hours for Writing About Trick or Treating� rule. I explained that since most copies the Weirs Times and Cocheco Times hit the street on Halloween itself, and that a majority of the readers would pick it up even later than that, that I should be allowed to write my Halloween column earlier and have it appear a week before Halloween. The kind lady behind the desk listened patiently and then said: “I’m sorry, it is out of my hands. If we do it for you than we will have to do it for everyone. NEXT!!� So, now I sit here, with all of these great ideas that have been rolling around in my brain for a Halloween story, finally able to write them, knowing that most of the people who read it will find it all a bit dated. So why bother? If you are one of the few who happened to pick up this paper before Halloween, you would have been in for a treat. If you didn’t get a chance to pick it up until the weekend, then I’m sure you were expecting some witty and insightful column about something totally different and I apologize. If you are having it mailed to you, I understand your confusion at this point since you might be sharing this around the Thanksgiving dinner table. It’s also possible that some of you may even be reading this after your own local and state elections are over, so I have decided to leave out some of my ideas for Halloween costumes

that pertain to this. I admit that these may have been some of the funniest ideas I have had in years, but I don’t want, at this point, to throw any more gas on the fire of the losers. I did have one costume idea that I thought might be even more popular next year. All you have to do is wear your normal clothes and when someone asks you what you are dressed as you can say you are a doctor who forced to leave his/ her practice because of Obamacare. It’s sure to get lots of laughs. Of course, I was going to write about the whole designated hours for trick or treating debacle and how it was different since I was a kid and yadda, yadda, yadda. But, all of this had made that point moot. Well, I was going to say more, but it is now 5:59 and I have to finish up so as not to be fined. I could argue that this column isn’t really about trick or treating and take my time. Still, I have seen what they do to little kids who are caught trick or treating five minutes past the designated final hour, so I’m not going to take any chances. Starting tomorrow I plan to begin calling and writing letters to my city councilors so as to make sure that I don’t find myself in this situation again. Happy Halloween or Thanksgiving!! Brendan Smith welcomes your comments at brendan@weirs.com.

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From The State House Get an Attitude Adjustment! There is an excellent treatise on our current “Administrative State” in the Heritage Foundation’s Center for Policy Innovaby Rep. Jane tion lecture in Cormier Belknap District 8 March. This is a very involved read but it was eyeopening as to the amount of success the Federal government has attained in its progression toward an administrative state. Never before has the Federal government become so powerful. I believe Obamacare has shifted the power balance even further as Americans will now need to bow to the HHS and the IRS for our healthcare. Agencies like the EPA, HUD, DOT have shifted everything

in our lives toward Washington. The lecture comes with a conclusion – American’s need to GET AN ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT! I could not agree more. The balance between states’ rights vs. federal government has never been so out of sync. We don’t question this balance near enough. In our founding documents, it was clear our Founding Fathers understood a concentration of power would ruin our form of government. Checks and balances, not only in the Federal government, but between states and federal government was crucial. Alexander Hamilton - “This balance between the national and state governments ought to be dwelt on with peculiar attention, as it is of the utmost importance. It forms a double security to the people. If one encroaches

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Don’t Forget Obamacare’s Electronic Medical Records Wreck

Dr. Nicholas DiNubile, a Philadelphia orthopedic surgeon, has a timely reminder for everyone encountering the federal by Michelle Malkin h e a l t h c a r e Syndicated Columnist exchange meltdown: “If you think signing up for Obamacare is a nightmare, ask your doctor how the EMR mandate is going.” Bingo. The White House finally acknowledged the spectacular public disaster of Obamacare’s Internet exchange infrastructure during Monday’s Rose Garden infomercial. But President Shamwow and his sales team are AWOL on the bureaucratic ravages of the federal electronic medical records mandate. Modernized data collection is a worthy goal, of course. But distracted doctors are seeing “more pixels than patients,” Dr. DiNubile observes, and the EMR edict is foisting “dangerous userunfriendly technology” on physicians and patients. Instead of concentrating on care, doctors face exhausting regulatory battles over the definition of “meaningful use” of technology, skyrocketing costs and unwarranted Big Brother intrusions on the practice of medicine. As I reported last year, Obamacare’s top-down, tax-subsidized, job-killing, privacy-undermining electronic record-sharing scheme has been a big fat bust. More than $4 billion in “incentives” has been doled out to force doctors and hospitals to convert

and upgrade by 2015. But favored EMR vendors, including Obama bundler Judy Faulkner’s Epic Systems, have undermined rather than enhanced interoperability. Oversight remains lax. And after hyping the alleged benefits for nearly a decade, the RAND Corporation finally ‘fessed up that its cost-savings predictions of $81 billion a year -- used repeatedly to support the Obama EMR mandate -- were (like every other Obamacare promise) vastly overstated. In June, the Annals of Emergency Medicine published a study warning that the “rush to capitalize on the huge federal investment of $30 billion for the adoption of electronic medical records led to some unfortunate and unintended consequences” tied to “communication failure, poor data display, wrong order/wrong patient errors and alert fatigue.” Also this summer, Massachusetts reported that 60 percent of doctors could not meet the EMR mandate and face potential loss of their licenses in 2015. And a few weeks ago, the American College of Physicians pleaded with the feds to delay the mandate’s data collection, certification and reporting requirements. Dr. Hayward K. Zwerling, an internal medicine physician in Massachusetts who is also president of ComChart Medical Software, blasted the Obamacare EMR mandate in a recent open letter: “As the developer of an EMR, I sincerely believe that a well-designed EMR is a useful tool for many practices. However, the federal and state government’s misguided obsession to stipulate which features must be in the EMRs, and how the

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Saudi Arabia’s Security Council Snub UNITED NATIONS —Recent

elections for the new non-permanent members of the UN Security Council went off with a predictable by John J. Metzler yawn. CounSyndicated Columnist tries representing regional groups gained the coveted two year rotating membership without opposition and basically by acclimation. A secret ballot was set; vote for one out of one. So when the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia won a coveted seat for the Asian group, there was polite applause, wry smiles, and then later political shock and awe when the Saudi’s rejected the seat and renounced the Council’s role in the Syrian war. The Saudi sidestep was as shocking as it was totally unprecedented, especially from one of the UN’s founding members. It’s one of the ultimate achievements in international diplomatic circles, getting your country elected to a two year stint on the powerful decision making Security Council. Countries lobby, cajole and charm to gain membership on the fifteen member Council so that they may showcase both their own international standing as well as try to steer events in their favor. The Saudis have been major benefactors to the Syrian rebels of many stripes. From the prism of Riyadh’s arcane policies, neither the Security Council nor the United States are doing enough to topple the Assad regime or solve the perpetual Palestinian question. Equally the Saudis are nervous about the Obama Administration’s cool stance to Egypt’s secular military rulers as well as Washington’s possible thaw in relations with arch- enemy Iran. The Saudis now view the U.S. as a less reliable ally. Saudi diplomacy is reclusive by nature and reflects the arcane machinations of the Kingdom’s own decision making as well as the frustrated political pique of not being able to control the Middle East game board as in the past. Also the move reflects domestic fissures in the Kingdom especially among a restive and educated younger generation. Yet, the Saudis doth protested

too much. But why then lobby for a Council seat only to almost peevishly reject it? Some argue that the plan was to allow another “brother Arab state” a chance to get back to the Council. Qatar a recent member is possible, but Kuwait is more probable. What of the other non-Permanent Council members just elected? For the African group Chad and Nigeria shall be replacing the Kingdom of Morocco and Togo for the two year tenure. Chad, a country with serious human rights problems, and Nigeria, oil rich but with massive income inequality, represent French and English speaking Africa respectively. Chile replaces Guatemala for the Latin American group. This is a positive gain as Chile is both a working democracy and a relatively prosperous land. Her diplomacy is first rate. Good news too from Europe. Lithuania replaces Azerbaijan for the two year tenure. A member of both the European Union and NATO, Lithuania is an ex-Soviet state who cherishes freedom and is a strong proponent of human rights. Lithuania only regained its sovereignty from the Soviets back in 1991. This is an especially big year for the Vilnius government, as Lithuania is also President of the European Union for a six month stint. Turning to the Asian group, Saudi Arabia was slated to replace Pakistan for the Council seat. The new members will serve alongside the powerful veto-wielding Permanent Five: China, France, Russia, the United Kingdom and the United States. The Council is responsible for the maintenance of peace and security. Looking at the new class starting their membership in January 2014, we may ask how does this help or hinder U.S. diplomacy at the UN? Chad to Togo , no move. Nigeria from Morocco; good but not to forget the Kingdom of Morocco is one of America’s oldest allies dating from 1786 and thus closer. From Guatemala to Chile, good to likely better. Azerbaijan to Lithuania poses a very positive gain. Now we return to mysterious Saudi Arabia. Some diplomats claim that the Saudi’s may yet do a diplomatic turnaround and accept the seat after all. If not, another

country, likely an Arab state will get the nod to run in the very near future. But is there something amiss in Riyadh?

John J. Metzler is a United Nations correspondent covering diplomatic and defense issues. He is the author of Transatlantic Divide; USA/ Euroland Rift? (University Press, 2010).

Race-Hustling Results Years ago, someone said that, according to the laws of aerodynamics, bumblebees cannot fly. But the bumblebees, not knowing the laws of by Thomas Sowell a e r o d y n a m Syndicated Columnist ics, go ahead and fly anyway. Something like that happens among people. There have been many ponderous academic writings and dour editorials in the mainstream media, lamenting that most people born poor cannot rise in American society any more. Meanwhile, many poor immigrants arrive here from various parts of Asia, and rise on up the ladder anyway. Often these Asian immigrants arrive not only with very little money, but also very little knowledge of English. They start out working at low-paid jobs but working so many hours, often at more than one job, that they are

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Hippocrates •Drink at least once said, “All diseight 8 oz glassease begins in the es of water daily gut.” Scientists reto facilitate the fer to the gut as body’s ability to the body’s ‘second detoxify brain’ as more than I recommend half of the body’s digestive ennerve cells are lozymes as they cated in the gut. aid in the com70% of the immune plete breakdown system is located of food and asin the gastrointessimilation of nutinal or GI tract. trients. Once we GI Inflammation in digest food to its the form of Gastro base nutrients, esophageal reflux optimal digesdisease, inflammation is achieved tory bowel disease which encour(IBD) and peptic ulages healthy cer affect more that inflammatory 13 million Ameriresponses. For cans. Celiac dis- Dr. Charles Fink of Fink Chiropractic and a s s i s t a n c e i n ease, food allergies Natural Improvement Center. choosing which and intolerances digestive enzymes and irritable bowel may be best for syndrome (IBS) are you and for reclikely to account for ommendations millions more cases of for diet and nutritional GI inflammation. The supplements that will causes for these diseases help to bring you to or range from eating prokeep you at your best, cessed food, not getting call Dr. Fink @ Fink enough exercise and copChiropractic and Natuing with stress just to ral Health Improvement name a few. Center 603-524-4555 or Steps you can take check us out online at www.finkchiro.net. are: •Remove all inflammatory foods-sugar, wheat, corn, dairy, night shade veg., alcohol & caffeine. (after a period of healing &your s y s t e m h a s i m p r o v e d  you can slowly add 1 at a  time back into your diet    if tolerated.)       •Avoid all processed  and refined foods  •Remove chemical addi tives such as High fructose corn syrup, trans  fats, artificial sweeten  ers, artificial colors & dyes & MSG  •Increase consumption of anti-inflammatory foods such as salmon, walnuts, olive oil, avocados & dark green veg   etables (if tolerable)

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Fall, with a blast of crisp air, is upon us. This is easily my favorite season of the year. Autumn trappings like foliage, corn mazes, apple picking and of course football. The highlight of the fall for my kids is Halloween. Costumes, trick or treat, and just for a moment everyone likes to be a little scared or do a little scaring. Being scared or having a little fear moment is fun occasionally , thus the popularity of scary movies, haunted houses and hayrack rides. Obviously, that’s all silly scariness and fun. When it comes to the real fear people experience the spectrum ranges from very serious stuff like death to stuff maybe you don’t need to be so scared of like spiders. One thing you should have less fear of is disease and sickness. I say this for two reasons: 1) some people become so scared of their health that they actually avoid their doctor and 2) the most common killers today are lifestyle related, so you have some degree of control. First if you have health concerns, seriously it is better to know than to stay in the dark. If you really do have an issue that needs to be dealt with, the longer you wait to get a check up, the more difficult things typically are to deal with. So truly don’t wait, get proactive. Better yet, view your health through the lens of prevention instead of reaction. As far as lifestyle disease

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Obama:Busy With Press Conferences, Re-Writing History, Unisex Marine Caps, Fundraising Yes, it was an interesting two hours last Thursday being the “moderator” at the Weirs Action by Niel Young Advocates Columnist Committee Candidates Forum. Candidates for mayor and city council were questioned by me, and the public later on in the program. Move over Candy Crowley I’m really into this moderator thing! Difference is, I did not favor any one candidate, and a couple may have been uncomfortable with my questions. ******** Obama shill HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius says the failures of Obama Care are in her department. He has a lot on his plate, really important you know. Enough so he only has time for those “press conferences” where he re-writes history. You know like when he would NOT support raising the debt ceiling in 2007. Or when he stated that with Obamacare you would keep your doctor and your health insurance. As I pen this column Obama our USeless leader is with Nancy Pelosi in New York raising money to help keep Senators and Congress Critters voting against America. ******** What will bring the Obama Zombies out of the fog? We acknowledge the USMC birthday as November 10, and Armistice Day and Veterans Day on November 11. Not to worry, the Commander-in-Chief is working on ANOTHER slap in the face to our military with the following from NY

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Franklin Opera House, Franklin. 7:30pm. 934-1901

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Ignore it. That person might just be trying to goad you into doing something you might later regret. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) The early part of the week is open to spontaneity. Then it’s time to settle into your usual routine to get all your tasks done. A personal situation could require more attention from you. LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) A meeting of the minds on a workplace project might well develop into something more personal for Librans looking for romance. Aspects are also favorable for platonic relationships. SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21) A more-positive mood might be difficult to assume in light of a recent problem involving the health of someone special. But by week’s end, your emotional barometer should start to rise. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) Look for a changed attitude from a former adversary once he or she realizes you have your colleagues’ full support. Now

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