Daniel Weeks, president of Americans for Campaign Reform, argues that the Fair Elections Now Act would replace large donations from wealthy individuals and groups with broad-based small donations and matching public funds.
New Jersey’s food banks need our help! Although the holiday season has ended, when more people are compelled to make charitable contributions, we have to hold onto that giving spirit.
The new year brought a new governor: Chris Christie, the 55th elected governor of this state we’re in. Economic and fiscal challenges will no doubt grab headlines and absorb much of the Governor’s focus. Knowing that a healthy economy goes hand in hand with a healthy environment, here are some steps the new Governor can take to secure our state’s environmental and economic future.
As it stands now, leading Democrats in the House of Representatives plan to pass the Senate’s pro-abortion health care bill, with some alterations, using the controversial reconciliation process, according to an Associated Press report.
In the midst of the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression, the Bollwage Team snapped into action… they gave themselves a pay hike!
Last Wednesday night was certainly an interesting one for political observers in New Jersey. The evening began with the Garden State’s new chief executive, Chris Christie, appearing on New Jersey 101.5 to talk about what he would do in his first year.
America is the richest nation on the planet, but we cannot afford to betray the promise of equality, liberty, prosperity and justice for all.
To add insult to injury to working America, in came the earnings reports from Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan Chase. At these mega banks, balance sheets are healthy, profits are up and bonuses for top executives are bigger than ever.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service recently recommended a ban against the import of nine snake species commonly sold as pets. It’s about time.
I was disappointed earlier this month when I read Mayor Kennedy’s address to the city of Rahway. In the middle of economic uncertainty, many Rahway residents are struggling to pay high taxes, sewer, and water bills.