The bedrock of the American republic is fracturing. The Constitution is being eviscerated by government leaders and their corporate allies. The system of checks and balances embodied in that document, the mechanism which prevents the United States from sliding into tyranny, is eroding.
In March 1981, pollsters tucked the first question about global climate change into a national poll, asking 1,000 adults if they had “heard or read about the ‘greenhouse effect.'”
EDISON — An art exhibit titled “Self: Scape” will be displayed in the Studio Theatre Art Gallery at Middlesex County College through March 8. At the opening reception, from left, artist Mayumi Hamanaka talks with Nicole Cosentino (Metuchen) and curator Jen Blazina.
TRENTON – New Jersey State Librarian Norma Blake announced that she plans to retire this July, closing the book on a distinguished career that has served New Jersey libraries for more than 36 years, including 10 years as the New Jersey State Librarian.
TRENTON – Legislation that would crack down on criminal impersonation committed by electronic communications or the Internet was released Monday by an Assembly panel.
MADISON— Calling all New Jersey high school students with bright ideas. Fairleigh Dickinson University is holding a competition to find New Jersey’s best, commercially feasible business ideas.
STATE – Last week, the state Department of Health and Senior Services launched a website that allows the public to examine inspection reports for 260 licensed or certified ambulatory surgery centers. In the future, the website will include inspection reports and quality data for other licensed health care facilities such as hospitals, nursing homes and assisted living facilities.
Feb. 1 at 10:09 a.m. – In the vicinity of Broadway, Officer Christopher Tuccio arrested Newark resident Barry Masker, 35, and charged him with possession of CDS and possession of CDS paraphernalia. He was subsequently released pending a court date.
The national economy is gradually starting to improve, and now is the time for Union County to act swiftly in order to keep those gains and build a better future. The 2012 Chairman’s Initiatives, called “Putting People First,” does just that, by helping Union County residents and business owners connect with the resources they need to do their best.