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New Hampshire Public Radio: An Unemployment Carol

Christmas songs and an interpretation of Charles Dickens’ ‘A Christmas Carol’ could be heard at the statehouse today in Concord.

NHPR’s Dan Gorenstein reports the holiday cheer was laced with a political message.

“Deck the halls with fairer taxes, fa la la la la la la la la. Put away the budget axes, fa la la la la la la la la.”

Union members, social justice groups and unemployed workers held a more creative kind of political rally in Concord. The author of the skit, AFSC's Arnie Alpert, weighs in.

Charleston WV Gazette Op-Ed: Helping unemployed helps everyone

When Carte Goodwin was appointed to temporarily fill the seat held by the late Sen. Byrd, he had the good fortune of being able to cast a vote right away that made a real difference for millions of Americans.

West Virginia's newest senator, Joe Manchin, might have a similar chance in the lame duck session of Congress. Rick Wilson explains.

Now is the moment to cut the military budget

In our work for peace, there are pivotal moments we cannot let pass us by. For the first time in years, we have a real chance to make some significant cuts in the United States’ enormous military budget. Let’s seize the moment and reach out to Congress today.

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