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By John McAfee
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Jerry Gappens
Track owner Bruton Smith sees controversy swirling around NASCAR and has one question: What's the big deal?
The New Hampshire Motor Speedway will honor and welcome first responders from the Boston Marathon bombings and the Newtown school shootings at the July 14 New Hampshire 301.
"President Obama has officially decided I am NOT being deported." So tweets hoity-toity CNN host Piers Morgan, the centerpiece of a public White House petition calling for his deportation, British accent and all.
The Air Force chose a woman Saturday to lead its basic training unit at a Texas base where dozens of female recruits have alleged they were sexually assaulted or harassed by male instructors within the past year.
Robby Gordon believes Sunday's race at Sonoma will be his last one of the NASCAR season.
IndyCar racing won't be returning next year to the New Hampshire Motor Speedway.
Also on Friday, New Hampshire Motor Speedway general manager Jerry Gappens said the track has requested a night race for 2014.
"I haven't gotten a response back from NASCAR," he said. "I plan to address it with them this weekend."