America’s so-called war on terror, which it has relentlessly pursued for the past ten years, has forever altered the political and legal landscape of our country. It has chipped away at our freedoms and is unraveling our Constitution. Even now, with Osama bin Laden having been killed and Al-Qaeda dismantled by a series of high-profile assassinations, the war hawks continue to rattle their sabers.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The United States Postal Service announced Monday that it is moving forward with a cost-cutting plan that will largely eliminate the chance of first-class mail receiving next-day delivery.
TRENTON – The state’s black bear hunting season opened this morning just prior to sunrise and will continue through sunset on Saturday, Dec. 10, the Department of Environmental Protection announced today. The season runs concurrently with the six-day firearm deer-hunting season.
CLARK — The Northern New Jersey Affiliate of the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, a national organization dedicated to research, patient support, community outreach and advocacy for a cure, applauded community leaders in Clark for introducing proclamations recognizing November as National Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month.
The holiday season is upon us and for most people that means enjoying a festive dinner with family and friends. However, for more than one million New Jersey residents living in food insecure households, the holidays are a stark reminder of how hard it can be to put food on the kitchen table each day.
When U.S. special operations forces killed Osama bin Laden in a Pakistani hideout in May, they relied on night-vision goggles, devices that the Pentagon describes as valuable and sensitive national resources.
If you wonder why the health insurance industry has to set up front groups and secretly funnel cash to industry-funded coalitions to influence public policy, take a look at the most recent results of the Kaiser Family Foundation’s monthly Health Tracking Poll.
Iowa’s attorney general is suing a corn processing plant, alleging it has released more air pollution than allowed for at least the past 18 months. Filing of the lawsuit came a day after the Center for Public Integrity’s iWatch News highlighted the state environmental agency’s passivity in curbing emissions at the plant in the Mississippi River town of Muscatine.
Dave Esmay made a good life for his family as a construction superintendent in North Carolina, managing commercial projects worth $15 million to $30 million.
America is at a crossroads. Shall we be governed by people or by corporations?
If you thought we had already answered that question more than two centuries ago, you’re right. The framers of our Constitution were clear that we were to be a government of, for and by the people.