Property Taxes Must Be Addressed

Recently, in an interview with the Star Ledger’s Tom Maron, Governor Christie said, “New Jersey has one of the most progressive income taxes in the country. Forty-one percent is paid by one percent of the people.”

Costly Work Ahead For F-22

Two F-22 Raptors fly a Northern Edge 2008 training mission over Alaska May 8, 2008. The aircraft are from the 3rd Wing at Elmendorf Air Force Base, Alaska. (U.S. Air Force photo/Tech. Sgt. Mikal Canfield)

When officials told reporters Monday that they had deployed F-22 fighter jets in the Middle East for the first time, it was downplayed as “a very normal deployment.” But when it comes to the F-22, there’s very little “normal” about it.

What You Know Depends On What You Watch, Survey Says

STATE — NPR and Sunday morning political talk shows are the most informative broadcast news outlets, according to a new survey by Fairleigh Dickinson University’s PublicMind TM, while exposure to partisan sources, such as Fox News and MSNBC, has a negative impact on people’s current events knowledge.

“Posters For The People” Exhibit To Showcase Depression-Era Art

Artist: Vera Bock, New York, NY ca. 1936-41

RAHWAY — Social Impact Studios is teaming up with the Rahway Arts District to present “Posters For The People: Art of the WPA” this spring. This traveling exhibit, unveiled at the National Constitution Center in 2009, explores the social landscape of America during the Great Depression through posters created by the Works Progress Administration (WPA).

Photo: Clark Second Graders Welcome Spring

Spring Flowers

CLARK – Each week one student in Mary Jo Baker’s second grade class at Frank K. Hehnly School is selected as “Student of the Week”. As part of that recognition, the selected student may invite one person into school to spend time with the students.