Sanders for Congress - Keep Hope Alive!

Indiana Uniersity of Pennsylvania's Dr. Botelho Engages in Competitive Fencing
Dr. Botelho is a faculty member at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, a core professor for the Robert E Cook Honors College, and a competitive fencer.

A New Strategy for the War in Iraq is Critical for the USA and the Rest of the World for Many Years to Come
With our country at a very critical point for a new strategy on the war in Iraq and on the war against terror, Dr. P. Kikareas, President and CEO of the World Foundation For Peace & Security, a division of Hellenic Aspis & Associates, Inc., presents some of his thoughts as an expert on crisis management issues.

Buying Homeowners Insurance In Indiana
Did you know that according to the Indiana Department of Insurance (IDI), the insurance industry is one of Indiana's largest employers. That being said, that means there are many insurance options for homeowners in Indiana. Because the insurance industry is so large, there must be tough regulation to ensure the protection of the consumer.

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.

Minister Urges Illinois Senator Barack H. Obama to Seek the U.S. Presidency
Rev. Talbert W. Swan, II, an author, radio talk show host and community activist wrote an open letter to the United States' only African American Senator, Barack Obama, urging him to enter the race for President of the United States.

CRG Reaches out to Troops in Iraq


Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) June 30, 2007 -- In response to the situation in Iraq, Contracting Resources Group joined forces with M and A Supply, DAV, LLC, Morand and More Marketing and Seaboard Asphalt to send care packages to the troops. Mike Morand of M and A Supply called upon Marty Horn, President of Any Soldier Inc. Horn's website AnySoldier.com makes it easy for anyone to send a care package to a soldier in harm's way. The service prioritizes those soldiers who will receive little to no mail.

Due in part to the efforts of Contracting Resources Group, seven care packages were sent to the troops in the summer of 2005. The Jacksonville, Maryland Senior Center packed the boxes with personal items for the troops including books, magazines, disposable cameras, deodorant, pencils, candy, postage stamps, facial tissue, stationary, flashlights, toothbrushes, chap stick, safety razors, handheld games, moist wipes, shaving gel, after shave lotion, shampoo, snacks, chewing gum, tea bags, toothpaste, odor eaters, pocket combs and quart size zip lock bags for storage.

Please visit www.AnySoldier.com to learn how to join CRG in the effort to support the troops in Iraq.

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