5 Blogs on Patch: Bishop vs Altschuler; Dry Mouth; 240-Mile Kayaking Trip

Top blogs posted during the week of Sept. 17.

1. 12 Things I Learned While Kayaking Over 270 Miles highly recommends that everyone complete an adventure such as kayacking over 270 miles in their life and if kayaking is not your thing, try a long walk.

2. October Is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month ask residents to help make a difference in your community’s fight against breast cancer.

3. Why is my Mouth So Dry? says a dry mouth can be caused by multiple medications and health conditions. In his blog he lists causes and treatment options.

4. The Truth about Randy Altschuler's OfficeTiger
Congressman Tim Bishop says Altschuler may be “offended” by increased scrutiny on his outsourcing past, but the middle class families he put out of work deserve much more than his feigned outrage.

5. Tim Bishop Is In Deep Trouble
Randy Altschuler said a non-partisan group rates Tim Bishop among "Top Most Corrupt Politicians in DC."

Be sure to also check out blogs posted by T.J. Clemente, Jill Brown and the  NYLCV.

If you are interested in blogging on Patch, email southampton@patch.com.

Jesika Mery May 15, 2013 at 02:02 PM
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