“Why is it so important to return to gold-dollar convertibility now?” his letter asked the unsuspecting Republican voters of New Jersey. “Things have gone too far for limited half measures to work” [overemphasis in the original]. A return to the gold standard, he concedes, would of course result in higher interest rates, as the dollar sought its own level of value without direction from the Fed.
New Jersey man celebrates 101st birthday ... at work
A 101-year-old man from New Jersey celebrated his birthday with colleagues on Monday after 73 years in the same job.
By AP2:58PM BST 19 Aug 2014
Herman "Hy" Goldman works four days a week at light fixtures company Capitol Lighting in New Jersey.
Apart from a brief absence to serve in the US Army in World War Two, Mr Goldman has worked at Capitol Lighting since 1941.
The Cyclical Nature of Tyranny (Hunger Games observations) and removing potential threats from within our ranks (DP discussion)Submitted by daniel9913 on Sun, 08/10/2014 - 08:45
I'm still in school (got married during year one, had child in year two, on year 7... should be graduating in December. Yes, Tommy Boy quotes come to mind), and I like to spend my summers reading fiction literature just to refresh my mind.
Toward the end of the summer I lined up a reading list without realizing the thread of commonality between them all:
COP: ‘If Obama Doesn’t Follow The Constitution, We Don’t Have To’ "I Don't Give A Damn" (VIDEO)
by PAUL JOSEPH WATSON | AUGUST 6, 2014
A shocking video shows a New Jersey cop responding to a complaint about corruption by asserting that law enforcement officers no longer need to follow the Constitution because it has already been decimated by President Obama.
Those of you with Facebook account, check out publicity picture posted by Somerset County, New Jersey police on Facebook here:
It displays in grand fascist fashion, their NAZI looking military SWAT vehicles as backdrop for photograph of children's youth academy.
OK I will vote for him in the primaries and even the general if he makes it that far.
However I do not have that 08 - 12 spirit that I had with his father.
Dr Ron Paul to me is more then a man or a movement.
He is the idea of the true republic.
He is 1775
He is that time before the flint struck the powder at Lexington green
He is that street protest
He is the RevolUTION and we will not see another like him in this lifetime.
You Rand people need to understand that about us Ron People
He is not his father ...
I will give Rand my support but I can't forget 2008 and 2012
In Newark ... The devil you say !!!
This just happened a few days ago about 15 minutes from where I live. A rookie cop got shot responding to a call about a robbery in a walgreens. Obviously this lady is a scumbag for saying this and her husband deserved what he got, but I think police should think about what makes people think of them this way.
A bank executive from London shot his wife dead before turning the gun on himself.
Julian Knott, 45, an executive director for JP Morgan, shot 47-year-old Alita repeatedly, police said.
The father-of-three was found dead alongside her in their home in Jefferson Township, New Jersey, on Sunday. He had worked in the City for almost 20 years before moving to the US in December 2012.
Fate that Awaits? Lakewood NJ Tent City USA, Pop.100+: New Voting-Bloc Corporatism, "Working Homeless," Failures of War/Welfare!Submitted by AnCapMercenary on Tue, 07/08/2014 - 20:20
Tent City: Making a career out of homelessness (RT Documentary)
Published on Jul 8, 2014
The real world exists right now, while potential worlds exist in the future. In order to achieve a higher state of civilization, it is not enough to imagine it, the society at large must take steps to get from here to there. Equality is a fine ideal, but how do we get from inequality to equality without forceful redistribution? Violent revolutions are attempts to perfect society without the forethought necessary to finesse a society into a better future. A violent revolution is like hammering a screw into a board: it won't be pretty, but it will get there!
Below the Mos Def story:
Misha takes his girl out for free
He don't need cash to eat
He pays with EBT, oh da.
People get so jealous and mad
Americans make fuss
Cause their taxes go to us, it's bad.
We got our Lexus
In parking lot
It does not make a difference if it's legal or hot
Some people have jobs, but we do not
WE DRINK AND SMOKE POT
It's so unfair
Living on welfare
We don't pay tax
And we really don't care
Christie's Foreign Policy Speech Criticized By NJ Republican Senator: He Sounds Like A Woodrow Wilson ProgressiveSubmitted by emalvini on Mon, 05/19/2014 - 22:15
Christie's Foreign Policy Speech Criticized By NJ Republican Senator: He Sounds Like A Woodrow Wilson Progressive
By Matt Friedman/The Star-Ledger
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on May 19, 2014 at 12:20 PM, updated May 19, 2014 at 4:02 PM
TRENTON — Gov. Chris Christie’s foreign policy speech Sunday night is facing some criticism at home — from a fellow Republican.
State Sen. Michael Doherty (R-Warren), one of the most conservative New Jersey lawmakers, said Christie’s vision for America’s role in the world is unsustainable.