Opinion

The Golden Rule

As I look around the world today and see terror attacks, protests regarding houses of worship or the burning of sacred texts, I can understand both sides of the argument.

Conquering NJ’s Vertical Limit, 1,000 Feet At A Time

When it comes to mountains, New Jersey has peak envy. There just isn’t anything in this state we’re in that compares to the majesty – or climbing challenges – presented by iconic mountain ranges like the Rockies. But it’s not the size of the mountain that matters; it’s how you use them. And the advent of the New Jersey 1K Club proves it.

Time To Move On From “Killer” Coal

A report by the Clean Air Task Force, which was released last week, is a devastating indictment of the coal industry and its impact to the public health. The report, “The Toll from Coal,” shows that across the nation, people are being hospitalized and dying due to the impacts of air pollution from dirty coal.

Voice of the People: al Qaeda’s Victory

Since Sept. 11, 2001, Americans have delivered al Qaeda just about all it sought when it launched its murderous attack. We have bankrupted much of our economy, inspired worldwide hatred by recklessly using our military and greatly curtailed freedom in the name of ‘security’ without actually making ourselves any safer.

New Pioneers

Americans are facing a troubling reality. The economic recovery they were promised has not materialized. There’s growing talk about a “new normal”—a new way of life to take us through a long period of failed recoveries.