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Politics, Bourbon and Sleep Were All Blog Topics on Patch Last Week

We highlight some recent blog posts.

Our bloggers cover everything from politics to reviews of the best places to hang out for teens. Here are highlights of blog posts from last week.

by Michael Chapman. Negative campaign tactics are expected, and the majority of the population not only dislikes it, but would rather hear issue-based dialogue and proposed solutions as opposed to demonizing and slander.

by Will Ferraro. Want to run for elected office? Political junkie and campaign consultant Will Ferraro shares his 12 points of essential knowledge for the prospective political candidate.

by Richard Mora. Small batch and single barrel bourbons sip like cognac. Bourbon basics for the spirit newbie.

by Ed Teixeira. Good leadership skills are a requirement whether you're a small business owner or corporate executive. Here are five principles of leadership that are easy to follow.

by Congressman Tim Bishop. Just like John Behan crossed party lines to do what he thought was right for Suffolk County, I’m proud of my record of reaching across the aisle to deliver for our middle class families.

by Randy Altschuler. Unlike 2010 race, Altschuler vows to hold Bishop accountable for his record in rematch.

by Alexandria Hiam. Stop by the Comsewogue Public Library today to sign up for this year's Summer Reading Club. While your at it, pick up some books to start your READing and begin DREAMing.

by Jennifer J. Maertz, Esq. Legislation as well as social media helping to reduce bullying in schools and on the Internet.

by Don and Nicole Nenninger. Being in great physical shape is not a process that happens overnight. Through small shifts in your daily actions, you can become physically fit and vibrant.

by Brendan Duffy. Tips to help folks obtain better sleep and overcome some sleep difficulties they may face on a nightly basis.

by Scott A Mandia. I reduced my LIPA bill by more than half and so can you.

by Eric Robert Santiago. Health, wellness and healthy cholesterol levels.

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