By Darryl R. Isherwood
The first thing I noticed was the smell.
It wasn't a sickening smell of death and destruction that some of the more graphic accounts had described. It was the smell of burning wires magnified 100 fold. From the first breath, it stuck in your throat and made your voice raspy.Read More >
By Assemblyman Troy Singleton (D-Burlington)
When Rutgers University’s Board of Governors voted last month to raise tuition 3.3 percent amidst student outcry, the university’s vice president for budgeting, Nancy Winterbauer, said, “I know lots of them are struggling.Read More >
By Bill Castner
Last night New Jersey lost a legend. Alan Rosenthal will never be replaced, never be forgotten and -- by his beautiful wife Lynda, his family, his colleagues at Eagleton, his students, and hundreds of Democratic and Republican officeholders and nonpartisan staffers throughout the country to be sure -- will be missed forever.Read More >
By Joshua Henne
Today, Chris Christie is keynoting the Governor’s Conference For Women in Trenton. Perhaps he should do more listening and less talking. Because while folks might say that Christie is a fighter, he’s made it painfully clear he’s not fighting for New Jersey’s women. In fact, he’s the one holding them back when it comes to both their health and fiscal well-being.Read More >
On July 22, 1928, humorist Will Rogers landed in a plane on the drill field at the Sea Girt National Guard Camp, according to the New Jersey State Society.Read More >
Union County Sheriff Ralph Froehlich has died Union County today mourns the loss of the longest-serving sheriff in New Jersey history, who died last night at the age of 83. (Editor/PolitickerNJ) http://www.politickernj.com/77506/union-county-sheriff-ralph-froehlich-has-died Cryan serving as acting Union County sheriff, poised to run in November ...
By JEFF BRINDLE Much has been written about the magnitude of campaign spending by independent special interest groups. But until now, there has been little discussion about the impact. During the 2012 Presidential and Congressional contests,... Read More >
"As soon as you step into the lake on foot or in a boat, you're in the state's domain. I feel bad for the snake, and I hope it gets rescued before it dies when it gets cold. It didn't mean to get let out there. This snake should be one thing we can get together on and not worry about party affiliation. Unless the snake's a Democrat." - Republican Mount Arlington Mayor Arthur Ondish- PolitickerNJ
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