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.
Now that H1N1 vaccine is plentiful in New Jersey, everyone who can should protect themselves and their families by getting vaccinated. Vaccination is our safest and most effective tool to prevent influenza and stay healthy.
Why have prosecutors refused to return Karen Golding’s computers and blackberry, which were seized at the time of her arrest in February 2006? Golding contends that her computer contains evidence of a three-year long sexual relationship between her and Joe…
Last week’s news was dominated by the pomp and ceremony of Governor Chris Christie’s inauguration.
Less noticed was the flurry of activity by former Governor Jon Corzine in his final days in office.
Consumers’ chronic pain at the pump is returning with gas prices 67 percent higher than a year ago and probably heading back toward $3 a gallon soon.
The recent election for US Senator in Massachusetts has some lessons. Andrew Jackson was the first President to say “rotation in office” is the mark of democracy. Inheriting a political position or keeping it for life is a mark of aristocracy, which is anti-democratic.