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Alan Arnett lost his mother to Alzheimer's disease. He is a mountain climber, who will climb the 7 tallest mountains on earth to create awareness, and raise money for Alzheimer's research. It is a noble undertaking, and I admire this man and his mission.  Visit the website here:

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Posted: Mar 14, 2011 10:34am
Mar 13, 2011

The 112th Congress, campaigning on jobs, the economy and reducing the deficit, instead are advancing an agenda of reducing women's access to healthcare, reversing EPA oversight, and gutting programs that benefit the poor, the disabled, elderly and children.

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Posted: Mar 13, 2011 10:23pm


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