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Texans March for Peace on Fourth Anniversary of Invasion of Iraq
As part of a national effort on the fourth anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, Texans from all walks of life will join the Million Musician March for Peace, this Saturday, March 17th, in a regional event which begins at noon, at the State Capitol.

Ric Smith Ready for General Election
Ric Smith (D-Finley Point), candidate for Senate District 5 in Flathead and Lake Counties, Montana is prepared for the general election.

Are Iraq Vets Losing Healthcare Fight?
The recent conflicts in Iraq have produced many injured and disabled vets. 22,600 and counting vets have been wounded in the conflicts in Iraq or surrounding areas such as Afghanistan. The most common injury sustained is from blasts. Fifty-nine percent of those injured by blasts are diagnosed as traumatic brain injury or ?TBI?, the signature wound of this war. This coupled with other issues of the war may be overwhelming the veteran?s healthcare system.

Live Internet Webcast of Michigan Mock Elections through Michigan Live November 2nd, 2006 at Leland School -- will Host Candidates for Stat
At 9:00 AM EST the service in association with Absolute Michigan will broadcast the entire event live over the internet at and at For the past twenty years, northern Michigan's Leland High School government class has been hosting a rally and mock election. Between the first day of school and the day of the election, students in Leland's government class work diligently on completing the project, managing their work through student-directed committees that handle everything from signs and decorations to creating video ...

Rabbi Eckstein Attends Rev. Falwell's Funeral In Dual Role -- Longtime Friend And Official Representative Of Israel
Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein, president of the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews, will attend Rev. Jerry Falwell's Funeral from Jerusalem, Israel, May 22 at 1 PM Eastern. He will honor Rev. Falwell as friend of 30 years and as an official representative of Israel.

Indianapolis Company Develops the Warning Watchdog, an Anti-Theft System for Condensing Units

Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) June 5, 2007 -- Jackson Systems announces the Warning WatchdogTM, an alarm system that monitors individual condensing units and immediately detects voltage interruption and refrigerant loss. When activated, the Warning WatchdogTM sounds an extremely loud siren and can also trigger an alarm, phone dialer or any other security device.

"The warm season has just begun and there is already a rise in condensing unit theft," said Tom Jackson, C.E.O. of Jackson Systems. "The Warning WatchdogTM is a good solution to securing your condensing unit, and ultimately, saving you thousands of dollars if you would have to replace a unit."

"One of our customers has purchased about 20 systems and have had very good response to selling the product as a preventative measure to their commercial customers," said Ron Jackson, President.

Key features to the product include the following:
Can be used with split systems and packaged units
Available for wireless or hardwired models that can monitor up to four condensing units
Alarms if refrigerants lines or any wires are cut
Alarms if the disconnect is pulled
Extra loud 112 dB sounder/siren
Complete system with logic module, adjustable alarm silence timer and key-operated silence switch
Easy to wire
Can be tied to any central alarm system or other security device
Affordable, reliable and very contractor-friendly

For more information on the Warning WatchdogTM please visit us online at

Jackson Systems, LLC is an award-winning HVAC company specializing in zone control. We design, manufacture and distribute controls for the heating and air conditioning industry. Our other areas of expertise include commercial zone control, thermostats and indoor air quality. Our headquarters are located in Indianapolis, Indiana. Jackson Systems serves both contractor and wholesale markets throughout the world.



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