TRENTON – Federal aid has been made available to the State of New Jersey to supplement the state and local emergency response efforts resulting from Hurricane Sandy, Gov. Chris Christie announced today.
As we go into the final days of a dismal presidential campaign where too many issues have been fudged or eluded — and the media only want to talk about is who’s up and who’s down — the biggest issue on which the candidates have given us the clearest choice is whether the rich should pay more in taxes.
Hurricane Sandy has begun to make its presence felt in New Jersey today. Send us your photos and observations, and we’ll post them online. Email firstname.lastname@example.org and remember to include the phrase “ok to publish.”
STATE – On World Stroke Day, Oct. 29, the American Stroke Association, a division of the American Heart Association, is urging people globally to reduce the threat of stroke in their lives and in the lives of loved ones.
As someone who advocates for thousands of small businesses, I know they want fact, not spin. Unfortunately too often we hear inaccuracies and misinformation about how government policies affect small businesses. Ending the Bush-era tax cuts for the richest 2 percent of Americans is one policy where small business has been caught up in a whirlwind of spin.
With each passing year and new wave of technology, it’s harder than ever to imagine what human life was like thousands of years ago. Most kids today can barely fathom the idea of families gathered around the radio in the first half of the last century, let alone a life with nature and the outdoors as the main source of entertainment.