The Golden Rule

As I look around the world today and see terror attacks, protests regarding houses of worship or the burning of sacred texts, I can understand both sides of the argument.

Conquering NJ’s Vertical Limit, 1,000 Feet At A Time

When it comes to mountains, New Jersey has peak envy. There just isn’t anything in this state we’re in that compares to the majesty – or climbing challenges – presented by iconic mountain ranges like the Rockies. But it’s not the size of the mountain that matters; it’s how you use them. And the advent of the New Jersey 1K Club proves it.

Voice of the People: Misinformation Matters

If you watch FOX news and feel informed then you might like to know that in several tests performed as part of survey research, FOX viewers are more likely to have their facts wrong. For example, Iraq had nothing to do with 9-11 but FOX viewers think it did.

Summer SWEEP Results In More Than 1,100 Arrests Statewide

TRENTON – A law enforcement initiative to apprehend high risk fugitives resulted in more than 1,100 arrests, Attorney General Paula T. Dow, the state’s 21 county prosecutors, the State Police, the State Parole Board and a task force of federal, state, county and local law enforcement agencies announced today.

NJ Receives Grant To Train Public Health Workers

NEW BRUNSWICK — U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius announced the award of $16.8 million to support 27 Public Health Training Centers (PHTC) at schools of public health and other public or non-profit institutions across the country on Monday.