Last week Governor Christie announced his solution to replenish the dwindling Transportation Trust Fund (TTF), which is projected to be insolvent by June 2011.
The ongoing slump in the real estate market continues to plague the building materials industry in New Jersey.
Proposed Assembly Bill No. A2422 would allow a person whose license has been suspended for certain motor vehicle violations to apply for a restricted use license.
While you may be familiar with the HAP Autism Awareness campaign sponsored each year by Work Smarter Now, I am writing to you today as a member of the Holiday Express community.
In New Jersey, it’s “the shore,” not “the beach.” Going “down the shore” is one of our state’s most popular summer pastimes. But don’t think the salty surf is the only place to take a refreshing dip on a hot day.
PAUL FADER, state Sen. Richard Codey’s former chief counsel when Codey served as New Jersey’s governor, must believe that New Jersey taxpayers just fell off the back of some turnip truck.
Let me tell you about 56 men who risked everything—their fortunes and their lives—to take a stand for truth. These men laid everything on the line, pledged it all—”our Lives, our Fortunes, and our sacred Honor”—because they believed in a radical idea: that all people are created to be free.
As summer is officially underway we find ourselves as a nation about half-way through the process by which political parties select the candidates who will carry their banner into the fall General Election.
So Gen. Stanley McChrystal is out and Gen. David Petraeus is back at the helm in Afghanistan. I don’t like hackneyed phrases, but if this isn’t rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic, what is it?
The U.S. government has a history of commandeering military technology for use against Americans. We saw this happen with tear gas, tasers and sound cannons, all of which were first used on the battlefield before being deployed against civilians at home.