Much commotion in Trenton about the fate of Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver. Will she or won't she have the votes to serve another term as Speaker? She is reportedly facing a couple of serious challengers. But, after all the tumult and the shouting, this is a laugher.
There's a striking similarity between the woes of former Governor Jon Corzine's big corporate bust and the Rutgers Football Program. According to experts, Corzine bet the whole farm on one roll of the corporate dice and lost
This story just to cheer you up. In Camden yesterday, Nicodemo S Scarfo, son of the former head of the Philadelphia-South Jersey Mob, appeared in court on Federal charges that he and racketeering homies had looted a Texas Mortgage company of some $12 million dollars
One way to prepare your kids for the future is to teach them geography. Someday it'll come in handy when they have to decide where to move when the tax tsunami comes rolling in about 2018. That's when the piper has to be paid for the token pension reform enacted this year
Once upon a time, when he was governor, Jon Corzine was feeling the barbs of political criticism and setback. As he sat next to me in our studio, he seemed unusually subdued and distracted. During a News and Commercial break,
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