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'Top 25 Cities & Towns' May 2009

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You Can Find 'It's a Wonderful Life' in
America's Best 25 Cities &Towns

Remember Jimmy Stewart in the classic movie "It's a Wonderful Life"?

Well, Newsmax magazine went out to discover the towns and cities that are modern-day "Bedford Falls" — the fictional town that made George Bailey (played by Stewart) such a great American.

Is your town or city one of America's best with American values? Or is it a Pottersville — the bad town Bedford Falls almost became.

Now, Newsmax magazine's special report, "The Cities & Towns With the Best American Values," answers that question for you.

Now you can find out the cities and towns that best embody America's traditional, core values — great places for you and your family to live in as well as wonderful places to visit.

This special Newsmax ranking of cities and towns was compiled with the help of Peter Greenberg, Travel Editor of NBC's "Today" show and a New York Times best-selling travel author.

Greenberg helped ferret out the best 25 locales in America.

In assembling his list, Greenberg focused on a town's public spaces, civic events, proximity to medical care, churches, and school curricula, and ranked the locales in categories including hospitality, wholesomeness, culture, scenic beauty, family-friendliness, devotion to religion, and education.

Each of his selections is indisputably great and uniquely American.

Guess which is No. 1?

Included in this special Newsmax report:

  • America's most recession-proof city
  • The town with the "best Old West spirit"
  • The port dubbed "American's most patriotic town"
  • Why Duluth, Ga., won the Great Community Place Award
  • The safest city in the U.S. — just outside New York
  • Bon Appetit magazine's "foodiest small town in America"
  • The Western communities with a "perfect 10" for scenic beauty
  • The surprising reasons why Milwaukee belongs on this list
  • Seneca Falls, N.Y.'s connection to "It's a Wonderful Life"
  • Why the "Air Capital of the World" is a great place to find a job
  • The small community with a top 20 opera company
  • The community called the "unofficial home of the U.S. Military"
  • The home of the world's tallest living Christmas tree
  • Why Ripley, Tenn., ranks highest for hospitality
  • Tooele City, Utah — 123 percent job growth in seven years
  • The original home of "Uncle Sam"
  • The New York suburb with a primeval forest
  • And more

This edition of Newsmax magazine is not to be missed.

In addition to hard-hitting investigative reports and special commentary from George Will, Michael Reagan, Ben Stein, Dr. Laura Schlessinger, David Limbaugh, Christopher Ruddy and others, you get much more in Newsmax magazine, including:

  • Support for union "card check" is waning
  • Rev. Wright lives . . . in Obama's policies
  • Why GOP lawmakers are quitting in droves
  • Shelby Steele: Why minorities don't connect with the GOP
  • Exclusive profile: MSNBC's Mika spars with "Morning Joe"
  • Why Mexican illegals are heading back home
  • Gore still busy inventing the Internet
  • Picture gallery: The new hard-times America
  • Somali pirates adjust their tactics
  • FBI probed Jack Valenti for Mob ties
  • Obama & Co. stepping out in D.C.
  • Inflation fears are driving investors to gold
  • Seven health keys to a longer life
  • Persecuted Iraqi Christians fleeing the country
  • Where have all the John Waynes gone?
  • Blood test predicts dementia risk
  • Rahm Emanuel is the D.C. lifesaver
  • Singer Sting defends British computer hacker
  • Job-seeking graduates find opportunities overseas
  • S.E. Cupp: Young Republicans' job No. 1
  • U.S. on "brink of wireless nirvana"
  • Ruddy: Where has Milton Friedman gone?
  • Soy and your sexual health

Again, there is so much more in Newsmax magazine, which won a Gold Eddie Award in the News/Commentary category of Folio magazine's prestigious journalism awards, the Eddies.

Dr. Ben Carson, best-selling author and commentator, tells America: "Each month I look for Newsmax magazine to give me the news I can't get elsewhere, you should too."

Ben Stein says Newsmax reveals the "unafraid, uncomplicated, bare-knuckles truth about today's dangerous world."

And nationally syndicated radio host Michael Reagan, son of the late President Reagan, says: "I guarantee that you'll love Newsmax magazine. The liberal media moguls hate Newsmax."

Find out why more than half a million people read Newsmax magazine each month.

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