Opinion

Pardon Me, Mr. President

by Alan Grayson Today is Presidents Day (or, as we used to call it, Lincoln’s Birthday). That makes it a good time to talk about one of the great anomalies in Presidential history: the fact that President Abraham Lincoln, our…

A Call For Homestead Rebate Restoration

Governor Christopher Christie will present his Budget Address before a Joint Session of the State Senate and General Assembly on Tuesday, Feb. 21. This leaves little time to address the Legislature and the Governor to urge their support for full restoration of the Homestead Rebate and Senior Property Tax Freeze programs.

Hit New Jersey’s Trails This Spring!

This state we’re in often gets a bad rap. New Jersey is known more for hairspray and concrete than natural wonders. But, in truth, our state’s diverse terrain – from the Delaware to the Atlantic, from High Point to Cape May – offers an amazing variety of outdoor hiking experiences.

Welcome To America: An Economic Stimulus Plan

From the natural beauty of the Grand Canyon to the whimsical ingenuity of Disney World’s Magic Kingdom, the United States is a land of world-class attractions. But it isn’t always easy for foreign travelers to get here. Too often, a cumbersome U.S. visa process has encouraged travelers from countries such as Brazil and China to spend their money at other international destinations.

Remembering Two People Who Died Too Young

When Whitney Houston died last week, the world was shocked. One of the world’s best-selling artists from the mid-1980s to the late 1990s, Houston turned out such hits as “I Wanna Dance With Somebody,” ”How Will I Know,” ”The Greatest Love of All” and “I Will Always Love You.”