Opinion

Alzheimer’s Association President Thanks Christie

On behalf of the 350,000 New Jersey individuals and families coping with the devastating effects of Alzheimer’s disease, I would like to thank Governor Chris Christie, who on June 22, 2011 signed legislation intended to help New Jersey address the long-term needs of its individuals and families affected by Alzheimer’s by creating a 15-member Alzheimer’s Disease Study Commission.

Time For A Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty

July 16 marks the 66th anniversary of the first nuclear weapons test explosion. The United States’ test, code-named “Trinity,” was exploded in the desert of New Mexico and ignited the nuclear age. The bombing of Hiroshima on August 6 and Nagasaki on August 9 were followed by some 2,050 nuclear tests worldwide, with over half (1030) conducted by the United States.

A Way Back To Prosperity

The current depression is the worst in over seventy years. It is a man-made disaster, unlike an earthquake, hurricane, or tornado. It originated in the abolition of the New Deal laws over the last three decades (like the Glass-Steagal Act, etc.). The correct action is to resurrect these New Deal laws with the following policy changes.

Shredding The U. S. Constitution

Has it really come to this? Time magazine, one of our most respected magazines, seriously posing the question, “Does It Still Matter?” over the backdrop of the U. S. Constitution partially shredded as their cover page for their 10th Annual History and Fourth of July Issue.