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Forward Op-Ed: Co-founder of Iran's Revolutionary Guard Talks about Past Islamic Republic's Complicity and Future Danger
The Forward, America's most influential Jewish weekly newspaper, is publishing a startling Op-Ed this week by a co- founder of Iran's Revolutionary Guard, Mohsen Sazegara. The op-ed (www.forward.com/articles/what-was-once-a-revolutionary-guard-is-now-just-a/) coincides with a Bill introduced last week by Congressman Tom Lantos (D-CA), the Iran Counter-Proliferation Act of 2007, calling for the Revolutionary Guard to be declared a terrorist organization.

Original Audio Production of "Edges, O Israel, Palestine" Starring Tovah Feldshuh
"Edges", starring Tovah Feldshuh, Audio Production Available June 1, downloadable at audible.com and amazon.com. "Edges" is also on development to be shot in location in West and East Jerusalem. The author will be siigning books April 29th at 12pm-1pm at the LA Times Festval of the Book, UCLA campus, Booth 610. An interview with the author on TALKSBOOKS with Connie Martinson, on April 26th, airing to be announced.

Discount Real Estate Services Expanded to Terre Haute, Kokomo and 11 Indiana Counties
"Fee for Services" real estate business now offers reduced commissions to sellers in over 41 counties.

The Little-Known Speechwriting Secrets That Won George W Bush The US Election
He's been accused of "mangling the language, destroying its meaning by avoiding the use of verbs, twisting nouns into verbs, and endlessly repeating phrases until they become zombified" (Source:'Bush and Blair accused of mangling English' by Kate Kelland, Reuters.com.

Music Artist and Runner-Up for Miss World - Nazanin - Presents Riveting Documentary Outlining Heroic Efforts to Save Life of Iranian Woman Who Shares
Bodog Music artist and former Miss Canada Nazanin hosts a documentary to save the life of an 18 year old girl of the same name. It will be shown on Bodog.TV.

Maryland Merchandising Company Shares the American Spirit in Iraq


Lanham, MD (PRWeb) February 24, 2007 -- Maryland-based G&G Outfitters, Inc., specializing in merchandise solutions for large corporate clients, has joined the efforts of our troops in Iraq in spreading America's spirit of giving by providing American baseball caps to troops for distribution to children in Iraqi orphanages.

"Caps for Kids" is a program created by Army Lieutenant Colonel William Devine who realized that he could lift the spirits of the young children in Iraqi orphanages, some of whom have sustained serious injuries during the War, by giving them American baseball caps. He then decided to enlist the help of his friends and family in America to provide more caps for distribution to children in the orphanages, as well as to other Iraqi citizens.

LTC Devine contacted Al McCormick of the Maryland-based coaching organization Most Valuable Player, to be the facilitator of "Caps for Kids" donations. LTC Devine is the father of one of the Most Valuable Player alumni and who has a close relationship with the organization, which provides developmental programs for baseball athletes.

Keeping it all in the "family" the senior McCormick passed the opportunity to his son who works for G&G Outfitters, one of the industry's leading providers of corporate apparel and promotional products. The owners of G&G, Rich Gergar and Doug Gardner, were happy to join the efforts and promptly sent off a shipment of caps overseas.

Anyone is encouraged to donate to the cause. Visit http://www.mostvaluableplayer.biz for more information on how to help.

Based in Lanham, Maryland G&G Outfitters is a national high-volume provider of full-service merchandise solutions . Along with satellite sales office in Wilmington, Delaware and Kansas City, Missouri, G&G's full-service overseas procurement division, G&G International, is located just outside of Denver, Colorado.

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