(9-25-13) Should New Jersey Judge Be Forced To Quit His Day Job? - When it comes to Vincent Sicari’s comedy act, the New Jersey Supreme Court did not get the joke.Read More >
(9-18-13) “Jersey Strong” is Just a Slogan - The tragic fire in Seaside Park brought public attention once again to the disconnect between the sad plight of the residents of the Jersey Shore communities and the taxpayer-paid marketing campaign.Read More >
9-4-13 Behind the Buzz: Text Sender Claims Will Be Difficult to Prove - While efforts to deter distracted driving should be encouraged, the enormous buzz surrounding a New Jersey court decision regarding text sender liability leaves out a very important consideration.Read More >
(8-28-13) Will Football Kill the American Dream? - Football may be America’s pastime, but the New York Jets and New York Giants are fighting hard to derail the American Dream project.Read More >
(8-21-13) Taking Politics Out of the NJ Judicial Nomination Process - While Gov. Chris Christie may have broken with tradition (twice) by failing to nominate state Supreme Court justices for tenure, there is no evidence that his actions were “political” or that there is any impact on the strong independent judiciary in New Jersey.Read More >
In a closed-door meeting with the Republican National Committee in Boston on August 15, Chris Christie laid out the template of how the Republicans can capture the White House in 2016. According to the Wall Street Journal, Christie made the case for “a pragmatic form of conservatism.”Read More >
Despite losing to perennial candidate Steve Lonegan in the Republican United States Senate primary on August 13, first-time candidate Dr. Alieta Eck garnered 21% of the vote. With virtually no statewide name recognition and a paltry campaign war chest, Alieta received nearly 30,000 votes.Read More >
(8-14-13) Should Twitter Be Liable for Hate Speech? - Twitter recently announced a new policy designed to combat threatening and abusive content.Read More >
(8-6-13) Let Them Drink Booze: New Jersey Starts to Unwind Complex Alcohol Prohibitions - The New Jersey legislature continues to make steps towards relaxing restrictions on small businesses that want to make and sell their own beer, wine, and spirits.Read More >
Out in Aspen last week, Governor Chris Christie praised President Obama for continuing some of the policies of President Bush. Christie said: “President Obama has done nothing to change the policies of the Bush administration in the war on terrorism. And I mean practically nothing… And you know why? Cause they work.”Read More >
In 2009, the late John Sheridan, CEO of Cooper University Hospital in Camden, testified at a hearing regarding how to strengthen employer-based health care.Read More >
Bergen County Freeholder forum mostly convivial, but at times confrontational TEANECK - The Bergen County freeholder forum on Tuesday night was a relatively collegial affair until the final two minutes on the 90-minute event. Republican freeholder candidate Robert Avery, flanked by fellow GOP freeholder candidate Bernadette Coghlan-Walsh, referred to...
By JEFF BRINDLE It is critical that the Legislature soon enact a pending bill that would ensure the state’s Gubernatorial Public Financing Program is available in the event of a special election for governor. Not only is there no current legal... Read More >
"I see Loretta Weinberg in the back of the room. Loretta, you have my eternal admiration for what you did to rid the Democratic Party of a certain political boss. However, not everyone shares that distinction." - Bergen County Republican Freeholder candidate Robert Avery- PolitickerNJ
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