Since the publication of “The FairTax Book” by a radio announcer (who is paid to recommend products on his radio show) there are people who believe all of its claims, perhaps because of its concocted name and its one-sided claims.
Federal regulators recently announced a move that could deprive millions of low-income Americans of one of modern life’s necessities — the telephone.
In 1777, the Commonwealth of Vermont became the first sovereign state in the world to abolish slavery. On May 26, 2011, Vermont became the first state in the U.S. to commit itself to establishing a truly universal single-payer healthcare plan.
While Americans have been busy getting and spending, the powers-that-be have erected a police/surveillance state around us.
In New Jersey, Highlands forests equal drinking water for over 5 million residents. In addition to the seven counties within the Highlands, nine counties entirely outside the region get at least some of their water from the Highlands.
What a vicious society we live in, were ability may not be the name of the game. How positively sick is the fact as to what’s been happening in certain areas? How many can remember when it was noted how many personal family members were employed by the county? Did it ever change? Now we have the same in another direction.
Memorial Day this year falls on May 30, the original date it was meant to be. As it now stands, the holiday to honor our war dead is whatever date the last Monday in May is.
There is nothing more frustrating than getting a telephone call and it’s someone soliciting a product or some type of service. This has been happening to me any number of times and I’ve had it.
Breastfeeding is a natural, ages-old practice that holds numerous benefits for both baby and mother.
One month ago, New Jersey celebrated the preservation of its 2,000th farm. It was a true milestone, because these preserved farms – totaling about 190,000 acres – literally keep New Jersey the Garden State.