BY JEFF TITTEL COMMENTARY While most people are preparing for the holiday season, the builders in New Jersey are busy trying to undermine the protection of our water supplies. Jeff Tittel Two bills that will be up for a vote…
Thirty-nine percent of Americans are less “in the mood” to celebrate the holidays this season than they were last year, nearly twice as many as say they are more in the mood (21%), a new Zogby Interactive poll shows.
Governor-elect Chris Christie earned fame by slapping handcuffs on dozens of corrupt politicians but now Assemblyman Joseph Cryan is trying to shackle the new governor by preventing him from reorganizing the government.
Gov.-elect Chris Christie has made some very good decisions as the incoming chief executive of New Jersey. The outgoing governor has seen fit to promote, appoint and generally impair the plans, which Gov.-elect Christie set forth in his campaign.
If there is a wave of crime sweeping over Rahway, there has been precious little said about it, but I can devise a number of ways to curb fraud without encroaching on the right of the people to peaceably assemble and petition for the redress of grievances.
If you were deep in debt, would you give away a steady source of income that requires no effort? I doubt you would!
To get the 60 votes needed to pass their bill, Democrats scrapped the idea of health insurance reform and replaced it with a proposal for guaranteed private insurance company profits.
For most of us, the holidays represent a treasured time of year, and we work hard to make it special for the people we care about most. We decorate our homes with great thought and detail, and entertain friends and family by hosting parties and cooking elaborate meals and treats.
As the prime sponsor of the bill that would create an elected Office of the Comptroller, I am encouraged by Governor-elect Chris Christie’s support for creating a comptroller that is independent, apolitical and empowered to hold all levels of government fiscally accountable.
As a college student, research has become part of my daily routine. I am continually seeking information for my next report, preparing for next semester’s classes or learning about job opportunities following graduation.