Labor Day is a celebration of the efforts of America’s workers. However, the celebration is hollow for millions of American workers because of compulsory unionism.
With the weather still warm and potential shoppers back from summer vacations, fall yard sales are upon us. They’re a great way to recycle unwanted items instead of tossing them in the trash. But if you don’t want to commit a whole day to a yard sale or just have a few things to get rid of… check out the Freecycle Network™!
U.S. farm income will drop 38 percent this year due to global economic woes and because “demand for exports has tailed off, with few options available to expand marketing elsewhere,” according to a Department of Agriculture report issued last month.
America’s public schools are failing. From the smallest towns to the biggest cities, our schools aren’t delivering the tools that young people need in today’s economy. Many kids simply aren’t finishing school. And too many who do graduate are unprepared for college and the working world.
The citizens are complaining once again about cut-through streets, speeding traffic in their area of Clark endangering their children’s lives. A meeting is planned by the mayor and restricted to residents from the Campbell Place area only. This location is the centerpiece of the administration’s new ‘Down Town Shopping’ area.
The human body is estimated to be made up of between 60 to 70 percent water, and drinking some every day is an easy, but crucial way to maintain good health. Water not only keeps our bodies hydrated, but helps us transport vitamins and minerals and eliminate waste.
If ever any intelligent, objective citizen needed proof that the American media is a bunch of impotent, corporatized, weak-kneed shills—emasculated by and terrified of the right wing—you need only watch the television news or read a daily paper.
After reading the letter by Helen Philpot in the August 28-September 3, 2009 issue of The Atom Tabloid titled “I really mean it”, I feel strongly compelled to respond.
In the race to save New Jersey’s remaining open and natural lands, it’s easy to forget that this state we’re in already has an abundance of amazing public lands that belong to us all.
As a senior citizen living on a fixed income, the past eight years of McGreevey and Corzine have taken its toll on my ability to live comfortably. My property taxes keep going up, food and clothing cost more, and just making ends meet gets more and more difficult. Democrats in Trenton keep raising taxes and spending money we don’t have, and driving businesses out of the state.