I know nobody here is crazy about censorship, but where do you draw the line? Should we let known Neo-Nazis and Stormfront recruiters post here?
Internet Gambling in New Jersey Upstages Obama's 'AFFRONT-ABLE' Healthcare: BOOM!
Young people reject Obama’s gamble with their future; they prefer online casinos.
DECEMBER 5, 2013 12:15 PM
By John Fund
President Obama is back selling his health-care law with the manic intensity of a late-night-infomercial pitchman who knows that if he doesn’t move the product, it could be discontinued.
Dayna Morales Taken Off Restaurant Schedule; Colleagues Say She’s a Liar
After a couple came forward with evidence that they had not stiffed Bridgewater, N.J. waitress Dayna Morales on her tip or left her an anti-gay note, the Gallop Asian Bistro restaurant has reported that Morales is not working at the restaurant, pending the completion of an investigation.
Now they just need to sit a few key judges in strategic circuits...
So much for the virtuous "democracy" they use as an excuse to undermine the republic.
The New Jersey Assembly Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee voted 4-1 in favor of Assembly Bill 2415. This legislation would legalize the licensed cultivation of industrial hemp. Members of NORML New Jersey were present to testify in favor of this legislation.
Military Update: Veterans could see benefits cut in effort to reduce federal deficit
By For The Times of Trenton
on November 18, 2013 at 7:30 AM, updated November 18, 2013 at 7:34 AM
by Tom Philpott
Military members, retirees and veterans have a few more reasons to be wary of politicians who say their top priority is to cut federal spending.
Tea Party Event ~ Election Night 2013 ~ Southern New Jersey
The interview (if you can call it that) starts @ :40
Alright my fellow NJ DPers, the election day is near and once again I have to ask... what are you going to do?
For me, Buono is out of the picture entirely at this point. Though Christie is far from terrible, I don't know if he's done enough to really earn my vote again (I voted for him last election). So it's probably the LP candidate (third on the ballot this year) for me.
What about you?
New York City councilmen voted Wednesday to raise the legal age for purchasing tobacco from 18 to 21, a measure that will go into effect six months after it's signed into law by Mayor Michael Bloomberg, a zealous anti-smoking advocate.
The Big Apple measure – which soared 35-10 through the city council – is part of a nationwide effort that seeks to make illegal the sale of tobacco to young adults.
In New Jersey, legislators are likely to debate a bill soon that would raise that state's age limit to 21. New Jersey is currently tied for the highest statewide tobacco age limit, at 19.
CGI Federal, one of the companies behind the troubled healthcare.gov website, also has a multimillion-dollar contract with the state of New Jersey to build and operate a Web-based computer system for the efficient disbursement of Hurricane Sandy relief funds.
The little-known system is unknown even to some members of the state department slated to use it, as New Jersey officials commemorate the one-year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy sweeping ashore.
Every American who values the rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, every American who enjoys the right to be different and the right to be left alone, and every American who believes that the government works for us and we don’t work for the government should thank Edward Snowden for his courageous and heroic revelations of the National Security Agency’s gargantuan spying operations. Without Snowden’s revelations, we would be ignorant children to a paternalistic government and completely in the dark about what the government sees of us and knows about us.
Yesterday the last person I thought was a leader for liberty showed his true colors and bleated all the way to the baseball game.
Yes we do eat our own
Liberty is pure It is hard to talk about a middle ground for something that is a fundamental right.
I'm going to go meditate
“Compromise is a word found only in the vocabulary of those who have no will to fight.”
“Still it might be nice, once in a while, not to have to choose between evils. Just once, couldn't I choose the lesser good?”
I may return
When the mayor of Newark can get elected to the federal senate.
Its so damn preposterous I can't think of anything to compare it to.
Last one out of New Jersey don't forget the flag !